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  1. fraying, cuts, cracking, and gouges
  2. same
  3. • scratched paint that may be the result of contact with an object or
    intentional damage
    • dents that are more obvious signs of contact with another object, perhaps a vehicle
    • missing or broken light covers that can present a hazard to other drivers and may
    be a traffic violation
    damaged emergency equipment such as a siren, light bar, or other emergency lights that could prevent
    an officer from operating the vehicle in emergency mode—an officer should be aware of malfunctioning
    equipment so it can be repaired before use.
    • broken or cracked glass that could injure the officer and impair vision
    • broken or cracked mirrors that could impair vision
    • a dirty windshield that could impair observation ability
    • foreign objects, such as tree limbs and road debris trapped under the vehicle, which could cause serious
    problems if they strike one of the vehicle's moving parts
    • foreign objects on the undercarriage other than natural objects or road debris, which means a
    potentially harmful device such as an explosive (In the event an explosive or other harmful device
    is detected, an officer should back away from the vehicle and contact the appropriate personnel as
    designated by the agency's policies and procedures.)
    • fluid leaks visible on the ground under the vehicle
  4. tires/rims
  5. before
  6. width of the trunk
  7. Pounds per square inch
  8. fraying, corrosion, cracked or missing insulation, and exposure
  9. quarts
  10. require officers to complete a report detailing the problem. Others may require officers to handle some
    problems themselves, such as changing a tire or a bulb or adding fluids, or to notify a particular shop that will repair the vehicle.
  11. liability
  12. leaks that may not be apparent when the vehicle is off.
  13. not
  14. assigned vehicle
  15. fraying and binding and to make sure the clasp locks properly
  16. tires are inflated at or above the manufacturer's
    recommended PSI (pounds per square inch).
  17. a blowout and should be observed and addressed.
  18. checking the proper fluid levels, electrical wiring, belts, hoses, and tires.
  19. agency policy
  20. steering, feel vibration in
    the steering wheel, and feel the vehicle pulling in the direction of the affected tire
  21. radio transmissions can be made and received.
  22. interior/exterior
  23. battery
  24. dry rot, cracking, holes, bulges, and leaks
  25. hood
  26. seats
  27. deflate or blow out a tire.
  28. weapons/contrabands
  29. rear
  30. operate normally
  31. dents, cracks, or damage to the bead
  32. remember what equipment must be inspected and allows them to report failing equipment.
  33. unlike
  34. form
  35. not guarantee
  36. • engine oil (measured in quarts)
    • transmission fluid (measured in pints)
    • brake fluid • power steering fluid
    • coolant reservoir • windshield washer fluid
  37. uneven wear that may result from improper balance or alignment, over inflation, or under inflation
  38. pints
  39. proper operation. The inspection should include terminal connections, water level (if applicable), and signs of damage to the battery's exterior.
  40. on
  41. visible damage and see if they react properly to input
  42. safe operation of the vehicle and should be inspected each day before operating the vehicle
  43. securely attached or if it is cracked or broken.
  44. doorjam
  45. severe hazard
  46. safety hazards
  47. spare tire, vehicle jack, tire tool, and assorted equipment for use on duty (usually issued by the
    agency).
  48. before and after
  49. not dissipate fluids
  50. front