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Bestpass launches national pay-by-plate toll solution for trailer rental, leasing companies

Bestpass, a company that provides single-source payment and streamlined toll management services to commercial fleets, has announced a new trailer pay-by-plate solution to help trailer rental and leasing companies avoid costly and time-consuming violations while also facilitating the seamless management of incurred toll costs, including the built-in capability to rebill toll to their customers. Rental and

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Bestpass surpasses 400,000 active transponders, 200,000 daily transactions

Bestpass announced that it recently surpassed 400,000 active transponders on the road, facilitating more than 200,000 transactions each day for customers on the company’s nationwide toll coverage network. “We’ve been able to increase our transponder count by more than 100,000 each of the past two years,” said John Andrews, president and chief executive officer of

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Bestpass partners with Idealease

Bestpass recently partnered with Idealease, a prominent commercial truck leasing and rental company, to provide Idealease’s customers with its Leased Equipment Toll Solution, a toll management service, that includes seamless re-billing, nationwide toll coverage and single-source payment. According to Bestpass, Idealease locations will be able to manage and re-bill toll transactions to customers without reviewing and processing

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Bestpass, Central Florida Expressway partner

Bestpass and the Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) announced a partnership to enhance toll management services for commercial fleets and drivers. “While we have provided toll coverage in Florida for a few years, this new partnership helps us make sure that we are providing the best possible service to our commercial customers, no matter where

Toll management platform can lead to bottom line savings

Leonard’s Express was faced not just with significant toll costs. An effective means of consolidating toll data and payments, notes Kyle Johnson, chief information officer, would ensure adherence with cost effective routes and reduce administrative expenses by streamlining business processes. Compounding the challenge for the Farmington, N.Y.-based, family owned transportation services provider was that its

RFID technology is improving fleet efficiency, productivity

In some ways, radio frequency identification (RFID) is an inadequate name, says Ernie Betancourt, president of QuikQ, the developer and provider of fuel transaction processing solutions for motor carriers and truck stops.