Truck operators and fleets using the Norpass weigh station screening service in seven states and two provinces can soon add mobile-based weigh station bypass opportunities in 15 more states following the announcement of a partnership reached between Drivewyze and Norpass.
The partnership between Drivewyze, a mobile-based inspection site bypass service, and Norpass also includes a special offer for Norpass users who sign up for the Drivewyze PreClear weigh station bypass service.
Any Norpass user can sign up and receive 60 days of free Drivewyze PreClear bypass, plus an additional 50% discount for the next two months.
Norpass members can sign up at www.drivewyze.com/norpass/ to take advantage of the special offer, which expires on Dec. 31, 2014. The special offer will allow Norpass users to access Drivewyze services on a variety of supported mobile tablets and smartphones. It is available to any Norpass member or user for new Drivewyze PreClear subscriptions.
Drivewyze PreClear currently serves 16 states and 225 inspection sites across the United States, with more added each month.
Drivewyze PreClear adds transponder-like functionality to mobile tablets and smartphones. Drivewyze provides truck operators and local and long-haul carriers with bypass opportunities at both fixed stations and roadside mobile inspection sites. Drivewyze PreClear offers simple visual and audible instructions for drivers to either bypass weigh stations and inspection sites, or to safely pull-in.
Drivewyze PreClear currently serves Arkansas, Connecticut, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia. More states will be added in the coming months.
Norpass serves members in Alaska, Connecticut, Idaho, New York, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, British Columbia and Quebec.
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