PrePass comes to four new states, adds 116 sites

PrePass comes to four new states, adds 116 sites

With this expansion, the PrePass Safety Alliance says fleets with the PrePass app now have 20 percent more bypass sites nationwide.

PrePass Safety Alliance expanded its PrePass weigh station bypass system into four new states and added 116 new sites to its network. PrePass enrolled trucks now have the opportunity to bypass at more than 75 sites in Rhode Island, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts. Additionally, the Alliance is deploying 40 new sites in the current PrePass states of Michigan, Texas, California, Iowa, South Carolina, Utah, Wyoming, Mississippi, and North Carolina. With these additions, PrePass says its network spans over 550 sites in 44 states.

“Our expansion into these four new states and the addition of 116 new sites underscore the Alliance mission to enhance the safe and efficient movement of freight on America’s highways,” said Mark Doughty, president and chief executive officer of PrePass Safety Alliance. “But this is only the beginning. Expect further announcements regarding new states and enhancements to our services as we strive to provide our customers with innovative solutions that streamline their operations and help them maximize their time on the road.”

PrePass says its weigh station bypass service rewards safe, qualified fleets with the opportunity to bypass weigh stations and ports of entry, saving them time, money, and fuel. To leverage the new bypass sites, fleets will need to equip their trucks with the recently updated PrePass app, which unlocks access to more than 20% more bypass locations and delivers real-time driver safety alerts, including work zones, dangerous slowdowns, hazardous weather conditions, available parking slots, and many more.

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