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Drivewyze Demonstrates the New Weigh Station e-Inspection Experience at CVSA Conference

WILMINGTON, Delaware, Aug. 30, 2021 – Drivewyze, the leader in connected truck services and operator of the largest public-private weigh station bypass network in North America, today demonstrated how automated electronic roadside inspections can save time and money, while improving highway safety.     The demonstration took place at the CVSA conference in Wilmington, Delaware,…

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Drivewyze Continues to Grow: Names Shiraz Hasan as New Chief Revenue Officer

DALLAS, Aug. 24, 2021 – Drivewyze, the leader in connected truck services and operator of the largest public-private weigh station bypass network in North America, has announced the hiring of Shiraz Hasan as its new Chief Revenue Officer. Hasan will oversee Drivewyze’s sales, marketing, and business development business units. Hasan comes from AT&T where he…

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Inspections, News, Trucking Industry

Drivewyze Announces Open Enrollment for e-Inspections at Weigh Stations

In a major move to improve speed, efficiency and accuracy at weigh station inspection sites, Drivewyze has announced open enrollment for automated electronic e-Inspections at weigh stations in three participating states. Software activation is free for Drivewyze PreClear customers, and available through participating Drivewyze ELD partners. “This is the beginning of streamlining inspections, which is…

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Safety Pioneer Steve Bryan Joins Drivewyze as Senior Advisor – Safety

DALLAS, Nov. 19, 2020 – Drivewyze, the leader in connected truck services, has announced the addition of Steve Bryan as a senior advisor. Bryan will assist the company in furthering the scope of Drivewyze’s safety products and services, which includes Drivewyze Safety+ — the industry’s first customizable, proactive and content-based safety platform. Prior to joining…

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News, Trucking Tech

Drivewyze Safety+: Proactive Driver Alerts Welcome in a New Era in Safety

DALLAS, Oct. 14, 2020 – Drivewyze Inc., the leader in connected truck services, introduces Safety+, a new safety service that brings the industry’s first customizable “proactive” driving alerts and “context-based” driver coaching features to commercial truck drivers and fleets. Drivewyze Safety+ requires no additional in-cab hardware and is delivered through the Drivewyze software platform available…

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Pedigree Technologies Teams with Drivewyze to Offer Weigh Station Bypass

DALLAS, Sept. 30, 2020 – Pedigree Technologies, a leading provider of ELD solutions and complete Fleet Management systems, was named as Drivewyze’s newest partner today at the virtual McLeod User Conference. Pedigree Technologies will deliver an integrated service offering of OneView ELD Chrome, integrated with Drivewyze PreClear Weigh Station Bypass and Drivewyze Safety Notifications. With…

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News, Trucking Industry

Bypass weigh stations with KeepTruckin and Drivewyze PreClear

We know that nobody likes to wait in lines. For truck drivers, the cost of waiting at weigh stations and inspection sites is especially painful. The U.S. Department of Transportation estimates it costs a carrier, on average, $8.68 every time a truck gets pulled into a weigh station. This is based on industry average hourly operating costs but…

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News, Trucking Industry

Drivewyze PreClear Weigh Station Bypass Now Available to KeepTruckin Customers to Improve Efficiency

DALLAS, Sept., 29, 2020 – Drivewyze, a leader in connected truck services, today announced a partnership with KeepTruckin, the leader in fleet management technology, to provide KeepTruckin customers with integrated access to Drivewyze weigh station bypass services. Drivewyze is now available through KeepTruckin’s App Marketplace, where KeepTruckin customers can easily start the activation of Drivewyze…

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News, Trucking Industry

Transportation Agencies Share their Response to COVID-19

It’s been more than 100 years since the world last experienced a viral pandemic of this magnitude. During the Spanish Flu of 1918, automobiles were for the elitists and the commercial trucking industry was just in its infancy. Back then, the majority of truck manufacturers that produce today’s trucks hadn’t been founded yet. When COVID-19…

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