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Indiana, Alabama add Drivewyze bypass spots

| May 21, 2014

Indiana and Alabama have added Drivewyze PreClear bypass service with the activation of the mobile-based weigh station bypass service at 10 new locations. 

Drivewyze PreClear bypass service has gone live at nine locations in Indiana and one in Alabama. It also has been added to 12 more sites in Texas, bringing the total number of locations in the state to 18. 

A map with all of the currently active weigh stations across the country is available on the Drivewyze web site:

An FMCSA study showed a single bypass made can save $8.68 in lost time and fuel costs. Also, Drivewyze offers a complimentary loss reporting tool on Drivewyze-enabled electronic logging devices (ELDs) that calculate how much fleets can save with the Drivewyze weigh station bypass service activated.

Drivewyze leverages cellular networks and the Internet to add transponder-like functionality to tablets, smartphones and select electronic on-board recorders. Unlike traditional methods that use dedicated short-range communication transponders in every truck, Drivewyze doesn’t require the installation of additional equipment.The Drivewyze PreClear weigh station bypass application can be used on Android and iOS-based tablets or smartphones, and is integrated into PeopleNet Blu.2 and Tablet devices, and the Zonar 2020.

While the Drivewyze PreClear heads-up service is free, the bypass service is subscription-based and starts at $15.75 per vehicle per month with free trial offers and volume discounts available. 

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  • guest

    Drivewyze is the Orwellian Nightmare for truckers…it is capable of telling
    the GOON in the Chicken House….WHO the driver is, his CSA profile, his CURRENT hours of service…….this piece of crap is the MOST intrusive and Privacy invasive of ALL the Bypass Devices…there was a big article here in Overdrive with Anne Ferro cheering in extacy at the Demonstration of its MASSIVE data capability at the push of a button about the DRIVER.

  • Drivewyze

    Drivewyze doesn’t share driver info with the weigh station or anyone else. Drivewyze doesn’t capture or share hours of service, CSA profile or anything else related to the driver.
    We don’t do it now, and we don’t support any mandatory programs that would make drivers have to provide this information in the future. Drivewyze uses your carrier DOT # to look up your carrier’s safety score (not any driver info) when you approach a weigh station, and then grants a bypass or not based on whatever bypass rates the state has established, depending on your carrier’s safety score.
    You can read more about our commitment to privacy here:

  • guest

    Overdrive posted an article here telling of all the capabilities of DriveWyze..and showed the “demonstration” where Anne Goose Step Ferro had tears in her eyes hearing all the wonderful DATA about the DRIVER and his “safety record” could be instantly reviewed by the GOONS in the chicken house…and the driver could be RED LIGHTED instantly as they also read his Hours Of Service…..why do you come on here and LIE???

  • guest

    Drivewyze capability to transmit DATA about who is driving the truck, his “safety record”, his current hours of service etc etc etc…is already established……they are the NSA of the pre pass world……they have developed these capabilities to compete as this Hitler program unfolds and COPS dominate our every movement. TODAY they might NOT transmit ALL this data….but as this BULLCRAP unfolds they will certainly be in LOCKSTEP…with Goose Step Anne Ferro…..and be the Favored pre pass company…and get RICH in the process.

  • guest

    Articles have ALREADY been posted of the Enormous capability of the Drivewyze pre pass devices…..NOW they come on here and comment that they would NEVER do suck a thing to TRUCKERS??? ahahahaha……nice try drive UNWISE……I would NEVER purchase your Intrusive service…try it in RUSSIA…they will LOVE YOU!!! lol strives to maintain an open forum for reader opinions. Click here to read our comment policy.