Drivewyze expands automated e-Inspection initiative

Drivewyze expands e-Inspection initiative: Seven states now using automation

Drivewyze, operator of a large public-private weigh station bypass network in North America, announced expansion of its e-Inspection program, with seven states now offering pilots to expedite In-Station Inspections. Vermont now joins Kansas, Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire, Virginia, and Utah in allowing Drivewyze e-Inspection technology to automate time-consuming elements of traditional In-Station Inspections at select weigh stations.

Carriers are participating in this initiative to modernize roadside inspections, including Western Express, J.B. Hunt, and Schneider. For a limited time, Drivewyze is allowing carriers to enroll in the pilot program at no cost. Fleets are encouraged to contact Drivewyze, or their telematics provider, to ensure participation.

Drivewyze has leveraged integrations with over 2.5 million ELD devices to bring e-Inspection as a new offering to fleets through its ELD partner ecosystem. Currently, fleets using Platform Science or the Geotab platforms can access and utilize Expedited Inspections, with Trimble currently in the process of integration. Other Drivewyze ELD partners will be coming on board shortly.

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