Bestpass expands coverage to all U.S. toll roads

Bestpass expands coverage to all U.S. toll roads

Bestpass Inc. announced several new services at the Mid-America Trucking Show, which include:

    • Bestpass Complete, available now, which gives customers a single solution for national toll coverage in one device, with optional weigh station bypass compatibility and comprehensive reporting for all major U.S. toll roads. Fleet managers will benefit from a single shipment, single installation and single report for each truck, as opposed to simultaneously navigating dozens of different accounts without the Bestpass service, the company said.
    • The Freedom Service, which expands the company’s single solution by offering coast-to-coast violation, video and out-of-Bestpass network toll statement processing, facilitating seamless travel beyond the major toll roads in the United States and Canada, wherever there is toll. Bestpass will process violations and submit corrections on behalf of its customers, and customers can submit toll bills from outside of the Bestpass network to be paid and included in their monthly invoice and comprehensive toll data reporting.

Bestpass also announced that it is in an active technical testing phase to provide its customers with full tolling coverage in Oklahoma, with the expectation of going live for all customers by the end of April. The addition of Oklahoma expands the company’s toll coverage network to include 100% of all major U.S. toll roads.

In celebration of the company’s 15th anniversary, Bestpass is enhancing its customer service offerings. All Bestpass customers now receive: free standard shipping in the continental United States, free protective transponder cases, and enhanced implementation services, including labeling each transponder before shipping according to customer specifications.

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