-  Image: Transflo

Image: Transflo

Transflo has partnered with American Trucking Associations on the Driver Assist Task Force platform and mobile app, a suite of free digital tools that offer truck drivers and fleets health and safety information to help keep supply chains moving during situations like the recent COVID-19 pandemic.

ATA will contribute content and updates to the platform, which can be accessed either within the Transflo Mobile+ app or through a free stand-alone app available in the Google Play and Apple stores.

Driver Assist has three main resources for drivers and fleets:

  • Task Force: An online resource center where drivers and fleets can ask questions and get detailed answers about how to limit the potential spread of the virus, keep freight flowing, and streamline business processes without disruption.
  • Social Sharing Platform: A social channel where drivers can engage with one another and share advice from the road, free from advertising and driver recruiting.
  • Driver Assist Mobile App: The Driver Assist mobile app integrates health tips, industry news, a messaging platform for drivers and fleets, details about document scanning, and truck stop locations onto your mobile device.

“We have a responsibility to help carriers and drivers during this time,” said Adelman, “so Driver Assist is free of advertising and exists solely to help with information and resources for industry professionals.”

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