Motor Carrier Reporting of Chassis Defects
Motor Carriers are required to report to the Pool any defects discovered while operating a chassis. This report, known as the Driver Vehicle Inspection Report (“DVIR”) is accepted by the Pool via an internet site www.chassis.com as well as IANA”s Bad Order Equipment Status Service.
Motor carriers roadside inspections
Motor carriers are required to provide copies of a Driver Vehicle Examination Report (“DVER” or roadside inspection) to the Pool on any pool chassis that receives an inspection report. The DVER should be emailed to DVER@ccmpool.com.
CCM also receives the DVER electronically through IANA. Any DVER issued by any state authority will go into the IANA database and get pushed to CCM electronically.
CCM still requests motor carriers send in the signed DVER to DVER@ccmpool.com if they have it or do a repair to the unit.
The following is the CCM M&R Procedures Manual. It details the policies, procedures and requirements of M&R Vendors and CCM staff.
The Pool will reimburse Users for normal wear & tear or component failure when not due to negligence of the chassis user. Please refer to the CCM Over the Road Policies below for each pool.
The motor carrier operating a chassis is subject to the terms of its interchange agreement with the Pool User.