And the other solutions it might enable.
The collaboration will support on the rollout of a Drivewyze toll trip report, providing GPS-based toll event data.
Truck technology advancements hold a multitude of opportunities and one major, common challenge: Change. What sounds great in theory takes a lot of time and energy to turn into a reality. Consider electronic inspections for trucks at weigh stations. Certainly digital vehicle inspection reports are well known to fleets, but when a truck pulls into
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
Drivewyze Inc. has announced the addition of weigh stations in Iowa for bypass opportunities. With seven Drivewyze-enabled weigh stations in Iowa, Drivewyze PreClear is now available in 49 states and provinces – providing bypass opportunities at more than 800 locations. The new sites in Iowa include: • I-80 WB in Avoca, near Omaha, Neb. •
Drivewyze and the Texas Department of Public Safety announced that Texas has added Drivewyze PreClear bypass service to the state’s six busiest commercial vehicle weigh stations. The six stations are: Queen City Weigh Station on U.S. Highway 59 northbound (about 23 miles south of Texarkana near the Texas/Arkansas border); Penwell weigh stations on U.S. Interstate