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Drivewyze adds North Dakota to weigh station bypass service

Truck drivers now have bypass opportunities at 13 approaches to seven fixed weigh stations, as well as eight mobile sites, for a total of 21 locations in the state.

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Drivewyze adds six new weigh station bypass locations in Ohio

The six new sites are located on U.S. Route 30 and Interstates 70, 74, 75 and 80.

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Arizona DOT to add weigh station bypass sensors at seven port of entry locations

Truckers will be required to use the Drivewyze mobile app or ELD app to get a bypass. ADOT says some trucks will be selected at random for inspections, and registered trucks that are overweight or have paperwork issues will be instructed to stop for inspection.

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Drivewyze adding 13 weigh station bypass locations in North Carolina

The 13 new sites in the Tar Heel State are located along Interstates 26, 40, 77, 85 and 95. These additional sites bring Drivewyze’s nationwide total to nearly 700 locations.

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Drivewyze expanding bypass service into California

The company says installation is underway at 37 locations throughout the state where there are existing weigh-in-motion scales, and the service is expected to be fully operational within the next 60 days.

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Drivewyze road-safety alerts come to Penn. turnpike

Weigh-station bypass service Drivewyze is rolling out a rollover-zone and other safety-notifications feature to its PreClear product later this year after a pilot test. Pennsylvania Turnpike is the latest jurisdiction/route to participate to enable safety alerts along routes.

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Drivewyze brings bypass service to South Carolina

The 11 South Carolina sites, which are both permanent and mobile, are located on Interstates 20, 26, 77 and 95, as well as U.S. Highway 17.

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Drivewyze adds two bypass locations in Ohio

Drivers can now bypass the weigh stations in Guernsey on I-70 westbound near milemarker 173 and in Clinton on I-71 northbound near milemarker 49.

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Are small carriers singled out for inspection? Short answer: Yes

FMCSA routinely bumps the Inspection Selection System scores of "data-insufficient" carriers -- i.e. those who haven't been inspected enough to product CSA SMS scores -- to 99, making bypass systems virtually useless and ensuring more inspections.

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Drivewyze to add seven bypass locations in Michigan

The seven new bypass sites are located at weigh stations along I-69, I-75, I-94 and I-96, all major corridors to and from the state’s busiest international crossings, the Ambassador Bridge and the Blue Water Bridge, according to Drivewyze.

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