Drivewyze announced that its PreClear bypass service was added in North Carolina, making it the 30th state to offer the mobile weigh station bypass service.
PreClear will work at three locations, which include the Halifax weigh station on Interstate 95, the Lumberton weigh station on Interstate 95 and the Asheville weigh station on Interstate 40. Currently, service is only available at Asheville, but the other two are scheduled to go live in the next two weeks, says Drivewyze.
By offering truck and fleet operators the opportunity to earn bypasses through the strength of their safety records, North Carolina state officials can reduce congestion in and around weigh stations, allowing the freight to move more quickly,” said Brian Heath, president of Drivewyze.
Drivewyze uses cell radios to add transponder functionality to electronic logging devices, smartphones and tablets. The service works with both Android and iOS software and subscriptions to the service start at 15.75 per vehicle per month. The Drivewyze heads-up service is free.
“It’s clear that safety officials and fleet and truck operators see the benefit of using Drivewyze PreClear as it has become the fastest growing bypass service in the industry,” said Heath.