weigh stations

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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PrePass expanding weigh station bypass services in North Carolina

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol says it has seen success at the existing PrePass sites at the Hillsborough weigh stations along I-40 and wants to expand the service.

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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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PrePass, Bestpass partner to allow drivers to use one transponder for both services

The goal of the agreement is to help Bestpass trucking customers of all sizes, including owner-operators, save more time and money, according to John Andrews, Bestpass president and CEO.

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PrePass bypass service expanding into North Dakota

PrePass says weigh stations at Mooreton along I-29 and Williston along U.S. Highway 2 will be the first sites that truck will be getting bypass signals.

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Idaho adds weigh-in-motion system at I-15 weigh station

The new systems will allow trucks that meet size and weight requirements to bypass the scale. The Idaho Transportation Department estimates approximately 50-60 percent of trucks that pass through the area will get a bypass signal.

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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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AP: Gotcha! Traffic cams’ massive data piles create privacy issues

Truckers by now have become familiar with the increasingly detailed electronic trail they create. Certainly any driver who’s been through the log book wringer by an ambulance chaser following a wreck knows all the time stamps out there. Pro drivers are also more aware of traffic cameras than most four-wheelers, though many motorists are doing some catching up, thanks to a report released Wednesday by the American Civil Liberties Union. It sheds light on how extensive ...

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