Drive AWD/4WD on Unsealed Roads – SISODRV201A

Course Contents – SISODRV201A

Determine vehicle characteristics.

  • Determine the structural, handling and operational features and characteristics of the vehicle
  • Determine the purpose and use of front wheel hubs.
  • Identify factors affecting tyre size, fitment, rating, and pressure.
  • Identify recovery points, tie down points and mounting features of the vehicle.
  • Identify hazards associated with incorrect use of vehicle features or equipment.

Perform pre operational checks

  • Perform pre start checks according to organisational policies and procedures, relevant legislation andmanufacturer’s specifications.
  • Check and adjust tyre pressure according to expected terrain and manufacturer’s recommendations.
  • Make required adjustments to establish appropriate driving position.
  • Secure loads as required according to organisational policies and procedures relevant legislation.

Operate vehicle

  • Select and engage gear and devices appropriate to the terrain and any identified hazards.
  • Maintain traction according to the features of the vehicle and requirements of the terrain.
  • Apply appropriate braking techniques to maintain traction according to the features of the vehicle and requirements of the terrain.
  • Inspect water crossings for depth, flow rate and solidity of base prior to making crossings.
  • Negotiate water crossings using appropriate speed, gear selection and device engagement while maintaining safety of vehicle, personnel and environment.

Change wheels

  • Locate jack and position according to manufacturer’s specifications, organisational policies and procedures and relevant legislation.
  • Remove and replace wheel according to manufacturer’s specifications, organisational policies and procedures and relevant legislation
  • Report or repair flat tyre according to manufacturer’s specifications, organisational policies and procedures and relevant legislation

Complete operations

  • Park and shut down vehicle according to manufacturer’s specifications, organisational policies and procedures and relevant legislation
  • Report faults and malfunctions according to organisational policies and procedures.
  • Clean and store vehicle and equipment according to organisational policies and procedures.
  • Complete and submit documentation according to organisational policies and procedures.

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