ATA adds weigh station bypass device to featured products
Drivewyze PreClear provides commercial vehicles with bypass opportunities at over 180 fixed weigh stations and mobile inspection sites.
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ARLINGTON, Va. — The American Trucking Associations Wednesday announced it has added Drivewyze PreClear to its group of featured products for the trucking industry.
Drivewyze PreClear provides commercial vehicles with bypass opportunities at over 180 fixed weigh stations and mobile inspection sites using the GPS technology of tablets, smartphones and other in-cab devices.
“Safety, efficiency and profitability are all vitally important issues for motor carriers,” said ATA President and CEO Bill Graves. “Electronic pre-clearance systems, such as Drivewyze PreClear can help the trucking industry move our nation’s freight more efficiently while improving safety.”
Drivewyze can be downloaded to a wide variety of tablets, smartphones or select EOBRs, giving them transponder-like capability and eliminating the need for dedicated transponders in each truck. Hands-free and compliant with federal and state distracted driving regulations, the service uses simple visual and audible instructions allowing the driver time to safely maneuver the vehicle.
To mark the occasion, Drivewyze is offering an exclusive, time limited discount to ATA members.
All ATA members who sign up by March 1 are eligible for a discounted monthly rate.
“Drivewyze is extremely pleased to be partnering with the American Trucking Associations,” said Brian Heath, president of Drivewyze. “ATA is committed to promoting safety and security on the nation’s highways, while advancing the trucking industry’s efficiency and profitability, goals that Drivewyze PreClear can help fleets achieve.”
For more about Drivewyze or ATA’s other featured products, visit www.atabusinesssolutions.com or call (866) 821-3468.
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