Vehicles Checklists

These allow drivers to simply swipe their way through their daily checklists to complete them. If there are any defects, they can swipe left and be able to take photos and write a description. If any errors are recorded, Fleet Managers will get a notification via email so the issue can be dealt with promptly. Replacing the paper defect book, the checklist is stored on the driver’s phone so they can produce it for inspectors if they are required to.

The checklists can also be customised to have specific checklists for specific vehicle types by adding, deleting or renaming fields. And all checklists are tamperproof once complete for a compliant, paperless audit trail.

Vehicle Management

Fleet Managers are given access to a centralised online dashboard that allows them to manage their fleet in real-time. It shows how many vehicles are on the road at any one time, how many checklists were completed that day, the number of live defects and upcoming service bookings.

From here, they can mark that any defects have been resolved and take a look at the full history of each vehicle to spot any reoccurring issues.

Service bookings

Fleet Managers can book any service or workshop appointments where needed and enter the details into FleetPulse. The system will automatically send the details of the booking (date, time, location and any accompanying notes) to the driver of that vehicle. They can then share those notes with the mechanic or Maintenance Manager to ensure that the defect is dealt with effectively.

The system also allows you to see how many services you have booked in, so you can ensure that you don’t have too many vehicles off the road at the same time.


Our Tyre Pressure Monitoring System is an additional service that allows drivers to automatically take tyre pressure as they complete their daily walkarounds. It’s a completely wireless system using Tirematics sensing technology and will alert drivers if their tyre pressure is outside the optimum range, so they know to inflate their tyres at the earliest opportunity. Fleet Managers will also receive an alert. As low tyre pressure is one of the major causes of breakdown, excessive fuel consumption and tyre incidents, it can dramatically reduce these overheads.

To use TPMS, you’ll need to buy FleetPulse tyre sensors and dongles. These will soon be available to buy online and at selected dealers but if you would like to buy them now, please contact us here.