Drivewyze Service Returns to Missouri With Two Stations and New WIM System on I-44

Drivers using the Drivewyze weigh station bypass service can once again receive bypasses in Missouri, starting at two weigh stations near Joplin on U.S. Interstate 44. Drivewyze service was re-activated on Thursday, May 3, with more sites to go live soon in the Show Me State. Reactivation followed the installation of a new weigh-in-motion system and the resolution of third party controversies exposed in an a report released by the Missouri State Auditor on April 26.  

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Drivewyze Trucker Alerts Improve Safe Driving on PA Turnpike

The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission and Drivewyze recently announced results from a six-month pilot program that offered in-cab safety alerts to commercial drivers as they approached high-risk curves and ramps on the Turnpike. During the first six months, the program,which was operated in partnership with Drivewyze, issued more than 70,000 alerts to truck drivers on electronic logging devices equipped with active Drivewyze service. In September, the program saw truckers who received the alerts reduce their speed by 7 percent over those who did not receive the alerts.

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Frost & Sullivan Names Drivewyze Company of the Year

Frost & Sullivan Names Drivewyze Company of the Year

 
Leading market research company Frost & Sullivan recently awarded Drivewyze with its Company of the Year award for delivering North America’s largest and most technologically advanced weigh station bypass service.

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Drivewyze Debuts Weigh Station Bypass Service in Canada

Drivewyze Debuts Weigh Station Bypass Service in Canada

Drivers with carriers involved in the Alberta Motor Transport Association’s Partners in Compliance program can now receive weigh station bypass through Drivewyze at 23 weigh stations and 23 mobile sites in Alberta. With the pending addition of a weigh station at Atmore, Drivewyze will be available for the first time in Canada at a total of 48 sites located on several key provincial and Trans-Canada routes throughout Alberta.

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Drivewyze Offers Cargo Transporters Huge Savings, Delivers More Bypass Opportunities

Drivewyze Offers Cargo Transporters Huge Savings, Delivers More Bypass Opportunities

Claremont, North Carolina-based Cargo Transporters, a 525-truck fleet providing just-in-time/expedited truckload service, finds the Omnitracs Weigh Station Bypass Service significantly contributes to its high driver retention rate as well as its bottom line. Cargo Transporters recently switched from transponder-based weigh station bypass to the weigh station bypass provided by Drivewyze PreClear.

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Drivewyze Adds Bypass Service to Seven More Locations in Michigan

Drivewyze Adds Bypass Service to Seven More Locations in Michigan

Truck fleets and operators will have more bypass opportunities in Michigan starting in the new year as the state is adding Drivewyze mobile-based weigh station bypass to seven additional weigh stations on major transportation corridors to and from Michigan’s two busiest international crossings for commercial vehicles – the Ambassador Bridge and the Blue Water Bridge. Bypass requests made through Drivewyze will incorporate Weigh In Motion readings as part of the screening process.

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ITS America Names Drivewyze Driver Safety Notifications as Finalist for Award

ITS America Names Drivewyze Driver Safety Notifications as Finalist for Award

Intelligent Transportation Society of America, an organization of transportation-related public agencies, private sector companies, and researchers, recently named Drivewyze as a finalist for its national “infrastructure of Things” award. The award recognized Drivewyze for the development and deployment of real-time in-cab safety alerts called Driver Safety Notifications to truck drivers as they travel in high-risk areas on interstates and freeways across six states.

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Drivewyze Survey Spotlights Value of Weigh Station Bypass For Driver Retention

According to a recent survey conducted by Drivewyze with 600 respondents, drivers are three times more likely to work for a company that offers company-paid bypass service. And while almost half of those respondents say they’ve never worked for a company that offers company-paid bypass service, 65 percent said they would be more likely to stay if they did.

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