Body & Curtains

An overview
Internal Inspection
Cab Exterior Body
Cab Exterior Paintwork
Body & Curtains
Windscreen Lens and Lights

Body & Curtains

Curtains should be free of any un-repaired holes, splits or other damage, run freely and be of tidy appearance

All straps and tensioners should be present, of the correct type and operate correctly

Repairs to curtains should be carried out to a professional standard with patches of a similar material and colour to the original hot welded, preferably to the inside

A large number of repairs or a single split in excess of two metres would normally justify replacement of the panel or complete curtain

The removal of a logo on curtains should be as agreed with the leasing company

Any internal load restraining straps originally supplied with the vehicle should be present at return

Pelmets should be complete and substantially free of

damage other than very minor splits. Patches should not be applied but complete pelmets replaced when necessary

Tracks and runners should be free of distortion and run freely, catches should all be operational

Not acceptable
 
Body & Curtains

Split between straps repaired behind

Not acceptable
 
Body & Curtains

Poor quality of repair

Not acceptable
 
Body & Curtains

Repair cover buckle

Not acceptable
 
Body & Curtains

Corner knocked in