Inspect2go offers mobile applications and custom software development services for vehicle and inspection processes. Contact inspect2go to discuss your specific needs.
This video demonstrates our simple Vehicle2GO app for iPad, offered on iTunes for $9.99/month. The app walks a mechanic through a set of checklist items common to many auto repair shops and vehicle service departments. The users can record issues, enter notes, take pictures, and submit a PDF report directly from the iPad. This app does NOT have most of the advanced, custom features listed below. Contact Inspect2GO directly for advanced features. See app disclaimer on website, app and app description.
• Engine Bay
• Under Vehicle
OTHER/CUSTOM VEHCILE APPS AND SOFTWARE
In addition to the Vehicle2GO program above, Inspect2GO develops a wide range of custom solutions related to vehicles. These are custom solutions that are NOT part of the Vehicle2GO iTunes app. Contact Inspect2GO to discuss your specific needs.
• VIN — Vehicle Identification Number database interface to auto-populate make, model, etc.
• Vehicle Manufacturing/Production line inspection, paint defects, inspection checklists…
• Custom inspection checklists for aviation, boating, shipping, transportation, etc.
• Custom checklists tailored to match clients’ unique needs
• Web-based administrative control panel
• Draw on photos to indicate issues
• Cloud/Database data storage
• Fleet management software
• Graphs/Trending over time
• Vehicle rental forms
• Signature capture
• Custom reporting
• Statistical analysis
• Insurance — Send multiple reports from a single inspection such as
–Repair cost estimate
–Work order form
If you have ever had a roof that leaked you might be curious to see who we solved the leaks on an old 18 wheel trailer that is used for storage. Not just water was a problem but also the ever curious pack rat and if you have had one of those varmints invade you know the mess and damage they can cause. We went to an 18 wheel trailer repair shop and for a reasonable price bought rolled aluminum, $18 per linear foot, and have completely sealed off the roof. Can you say thank you silicon and expanding spray foam? And it actually looks nice. Check out 3:56 to see the finished product. Lot’s of fun working on this. Some good old farmer ingenuity. If you have any questions or comments please leave them and I will get back with you. Daniel
Oh shit, i must repai the wheel from the RC K-700. Thisd is a self made model from a Kirovets. And the strong 20 t jack is good. with the electric engines goes so good. see this cool video and original scene
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HOW TO Install Chains on $60.000 Extreme Tyre – Video showing how to install Pewag tyre chains on a giant caterpillar wheel loader.
Pewag is an Austrian company founded in the 1800s and specialized in the manufacturing of tyre chains. With 200 years of experience, it is one of the leading companies in its sector. The company provides individuals, companies but also armies. Pewag supplies its products in a wide range of countries.
HOW TO Install Chains on $60.000 Extreme Tyre.
Video credit: Pewag, Sector of activity: Tyre chains manufacturer
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Rainy day at work, excavating a back alley, and using the material we excavate to build a road going into the snow dump. Didn’t look bad from the pavement, but when he turned in it was real greasy. Tried to turn around and then with the slicks we got on our tractors he just spun and then slid off the road a bit. Went out with the grader to get him unstuck. Just got him to dump his load and i just spread it away from him to try and get him as light as we could to make it easier to pull out.
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Changing out the air dryer cartage on a M923 military truck. In this I also put in a new air blow-down control valve.
I originally looked into this to help with a long whistling dryer blow down. It seemed like it had no effect but some youtube friends told me to give it some time before opening the dryer to work on the internal valving. 200 miles later and they were right. All of a sudden the whistling and long blow just stops and pops normally again. Guess it just took some time to work its way out of the system. Thanks guys, I was not looking forward to pulling that thing apart.