Drivewyze recently added 12 new locations in Montana and Illinois, expanding the company’s weigh station services in both states with more bypass opportunities: Montana now has 12 sites, Illinois has 17.
“Not having to stop for inspections saves both time and money — weigh station bypass is the low-hanging fruit for fleets and owner operators to keep on the move,” said Brian Heath, president and CEO of Drivewyze.
In Montana, new weigh station bypass locations will help truckers through Clearwater Junction, a popular truck corridor about 30 miles east of Missoula, and through Lima, a route that connects Montana, Idaho, and Utah.
In Illinois, the new locations include Carlock, which is on the main route between Peoria and Bloomington; Brownstown, the main thoroughfare between St. Louis and Indianapolis; and Peotone, which takes drivers into Chicago.
“But the big ‘win’ for our customers is they can now bypass up to nine inspection sites going from Chicago to the Kentucky border; five sites from Indiana to Missouri, and four sites from Chicago to St. Louis,” added Heath.
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