Driver Vehicle Inspection Reporting
Driver Vehicle Inspection Reporting (DVIR) is mandated effective June 30, 2010, as defined in Sections 396.11-12, Part 390 of the final “Roadability” regulations issued under Docket No. FMCSA-2005-23315.
In response to the “Roadability” regulations, IANA has developed Driver Vehicle Inspection Report processing capabilities to assist Motor Carriers, Intermodal Equipment Providers (IEPs), Facility Operators and Maintenance & Repair vendors with regulatory compliance and identification of damaged equipment.
Motor Carriers, IEPs, Facility Operators and Maintenance & Repair Vendors may begin registering for IANA DVIR Processing on June 14, 2010 by visiting this site.
In the meantime, IEPs may begin the process by submitting a signed DVIR Processing Agreement. Motor Carriers and IEPs are encouraged to download the EDI toolkit and follow the instructions in order to set up connectivity with IANA.
National User Training Webinars will be scheduled during June 7-14, 2010. Please return to this site for more information about how to access the sessions.
Although differing systems exist within the industry to provide DVIR reporting, IANA has developed a standard industry system for DVIR reporting using IANA’s DVIR Web Portal, Interactive Voice Response (IVR), EDI, XML, fixed format file transfers.
IANA has created interfaces between the Global Intermodal Equipment Registry, IANA’s Intermodal Driver Database (IDD) and Uniform Intermodal Interchange and Facilities Access Agreement (UIIA) database in order to provide efficient access to the data needed for DVIR reporting. This includes the provision of an electronic driver’s signature.
Click on the panel below for links to important documents and forms to help you get started with IANA's Global Intermodal Equipment Registry and our Driver Vehicle Inspection Reporting Services: