DALLAS — Drivewyze and KeepTruckin have partnered to provide easy integrated access to Drivewyze’s weigh-station bypass services through KeepTruckin’s app platform.
By enabling Drivewyze PreClear, KeepTruckin customers can bypass inspection sites across the U.S. using the Vehicle Gateway electronic logging device (ELD) already installed in their vehicle. As an added bonus, Drivewyze is offering KeepTruckin customers a special introductory free trial offer for the PreClear app.
“In today’s landscape, fleet efficiency has never been more important,” said Charles Julius, head of product for KeepTruckin’s App Marketplace.
“By providing weigh-station bypass availability from Drivewyze directly within our KeepTruckin platform, we’re helping customers and their drivers stay on the road longer to generate more income and ultimately grow their businesses,” he said. “The free trial will give a risk-free opportunity to see how trucks can take advantage of this benefit.”
With the Drivewyze PreClear weigh-station bypass service, KeepTruckin customers can receive bypass opportunities at more than 800 locations in 47 states and provinces. The service requires no transponders to be installed in the vehicle and leverages KeepTruckin’s installed Vehicle Gateway. The integrated service streamlines onboarding and activation of Drivewyze services for fleet managers using the KeepTruckin App Marketplace. It also improves the driver experience over standard mobile applications.
“KeepTruckin has a loyal customer base due to its innovative platform,” said Gavin Henry, vice president of business development for Drivewyze.
“We share a similar mindset in offering our customers best-in-class solutions that leverage technology to run more efficient fleet operations,” Henry continued. “We’re thrilled to have them as a partner and to maximize the value customers receive on KeepTruckin’s platform.”
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