VMRS Lookup

This is the Fleet Group, Inc new one of a kind VMRS Lookup Portal. This portal is intended to stream line the search process for VMRS coding.  This Portal is subject to continuous improvement and development.

The first Lookup we developed for this portal is for the Part Component Code or VMRS Code Key 33. We are giving the user two ways to look the part up. The first is using key word searches for System, Assembly, and Component. The Second way is to access a limited but growing parts number database with a part number search. If the part number is in our database, it will return the nine digit VMRS Component Code to the user.

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VMRS Lookup

 

How to Access the VMRS Lookup Tool

VMRS CODING
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Introducing the easy way to assign VMRS codes to Parts. The new Fleet VMRS Lookup Portal by Fleet Group, Inc. The VMRS Portal allows the user to zero in on the correct Code so that if you are using the first three, the first six or all nine digits to identify the correct system, assembly and component code. Instead of searching through the spreadsheet or list in your computer software you can narrow the choice using the information you know about the part and the VMRS codes and/or Keywords. You can quickly narrow the code selection for thousands of codes to just a few.

See Example Above

  • You can use the numerical coded (#1) in conjunction with key words (#1) to quickly narrow the selection from 32077 to 66 (#3). And if you add more detail to the search you can make that number even smaller.
  • You can search our ever-growing parts data base by putting the part number (less spaces and special characters) in the Part Number Search Box (#2) and if it is on our data base it will instantly list it in the results window.
  • Once you select a component code in the results window you will be able to see what parts are in our database that are associated (#4) to that code. This will be helpful if you are having trouble determining the system or assemble code for any particular part.
  • Once you have decided the code you can you can Add (#5) your part number to the database for future reference. This will help speed up the process in the future and we will verify that the coding is correct and notify you if it is not.
  • Once a code or part is selected in the results window you will get a detailed breakdown of the codding (#6)
  • When you are satisfied you can copy the code and description (#7) to the clipboard with the push of a button and paste it where it is needed.
  • And when you are ready to search a new part you can clear the from all at once with the Clear Search button (#8) and start you next search.

TMC's VMRS Codes

VMRS stands for Vehicle Maintenance Reporting Standards. Developed by and for equipment users under the auspices of the American Trucking Associations (ATA) Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC). These standards were established in 1970 as a universal language for fleets to develop a uniform record-keeping practice for equipment maintenance.

 

The three most frequently cited advantages of the VMRS program are:

  1. Provides a uniform method for recording data in a computerized system.
  2. Provides a means for identifying and establishing warranty claims.
  3. Gives fleet managers a standard code for reporting.

 

VMRS can also be used to track labor related costs, make budget writing easier, maximizing vehicle utilization, and in general, help fleet managers run their maintenance and repair facilities more efficiently.

 

VMRS Codes are endorsed by the TMC (Technology and Maintenance Council) as an industry recommended practice. If you are not familiar with TMC, we subject you look them up and consider becoming a member and have a voice in the industry.