||Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment
- Clean and polish vehicle windows.
- Scrub, scrape, or spray machine parts, equipment, or vehicles, using scrapers, brushes, clothes, cleaners, disinfectants, insecticides, acid, abrasives, vacuums, or hoses.
- Rinse objects and place them on drying racks or use cloth, squeegees, or air compressors to dry surfaces.
- Clean the plastic work inside cars, using paintbrushes.
- Pre-soak or rinse machine parts, equipment, or vehicles by immersing objects in cleaning solutions or water, manually or using hoists.
- Lubricate machinery, vehicles, or equipment or perform minor repairs or adjustments, using hand tools.
||Automotive and Watercraft Service Attendants
- Check tire pressure and levels of fuel, motor oil, transmission, radiator, battery, or other fluids, adding air or fluids as required.
- Perform minor repairs, such as adjusting brakes, replacing spark plugs, or changing engine oil or filters.
- Rotate, test, and repair or replace tires.
- Clean windshields.
- Test and charge batteries.
||Ambulance Drivers and Attendants, Except Emergency Medical Technicians
- Remove and replace soiled linens or equipment to maintain sanitary conditions.
- Perform minor maintenance on emergency medical services vehicles, such as ambulances.
- Clean and wash rigs, ambulances, or equipment.
||Parking Lot Attendants
- Perform maintenance on cars in storage to protect tires, batteries, or exteriors from deterioration.
- Service vehicles with gas, oil, and water.
||Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers
- Inspect and maintain vehicle supplies and equipment, such as gas, oil, water, tires, lights, or brakes, to ensure that vehicles are in proper working condition.
- Perform emergency repairs, such as changing tires or installing light bulbs, fuses, tire chains, or spark plugs.