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Need to Be More Competitive? Then Don’t Go Another Minute Without These Seven Things

With so many technologies available to help you run your trucking operation, it’s difficult to know which of them will be most effective at helping you move freight more safely and efficiently. Fortunately, Fleet Owner magazine, has recently published a feature that can help take the guesswork out of determining which ones you really need….

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HDT Features Drivewyze in Year-Long Trucking in the 21st Century Series

Over the last year, several members of Heavy Duty Trucking’s editorial staff have continued their year-long 10-part series look at trucking in the 21st Century. The series reports on the various transformative technologies sweeping through the North American trucking industry. That series began with editor-in-chief Deborah Lockridge’s cover story of the same name – and…

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Oracle of Omaha Says Don’t Lose Any Sleep Over Autonomous Trucks

If you’ve been reading the latest news about autonomous trucks, Warren Buffett doesn’t think you should lose any sleep over the self-driving rigs. In fact, the Oracle of Omaha is counting on you and a great many others to pilot your trucks and to keep a good portion of America’s freight movin’ for some time…

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Hey Cummins – Is Your Electric Truck the One That I Want?

The appearance of what engine manufacturer Cummins touts as the first of its kind zero-emissions truck powered by electricity has certainly created quite a charge. Cummins unveiled its electric truck at the company’s technology center in Columbus, Indiana, on Sept. 26. Now, if you happened to have been in Atlanta late last month for the…

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An Alberta Based Success in the U.S

Drivewyze is honored to have recently been featured in the Edmonton Journal and Calgary Herald Business section with a spotlight on how Drivewyze has been able to achieve success in the US and Canadian transportation industry. Read more about it here – http://edmontonjournal.com/business/local-business/city-trucking-technology-company-revs-up-alberta-plans-after-success-in-u-s

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Load One and Drivewyze Featured in Fleet Owner Magazine

Read about how this fleet was able to use weigh station bypass on their Omnitracs in-cab devices. They were able to not only save time and money but als able to leverage Drivewyze to help recruit drivers to the organization. Read more about it here – http://fleetowner.com/telematics/less-time-lost-weigh-stations-keeps-drivers-happy-saves-money-expediter-finds

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Arizona Adds Drivewyze Weigh Station Bypass Service

Bypass Service Improves Transportation Safety and Efficiency at Eight Ports of Entry DALLAS – The Arizona Department of Transportation has added Drivewyze weigh station bypass service at eight ports of entry near the state’s borders with California, New Mexico and Utah. “With Drivewyze now live in Arizona and California, drivers traveling east from Long Beach…

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Drivewyze Expands its Weigh Station Service in the Buckeye State

Drivewyze Now Active at 10 Sites in Ohio and Nearly 700 in the U.S. and Canada DALLAS, July 26, 2017 – Drivewyze is continuing to expand its weigh station bypass service in existing states with Ohio activating Drivewyze PreClear at six additional weigh stations this month. Drivewyze now offers bypasses at 10 active locations in…

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Drivewyze Named Company of the Year

Based on a recent analysis of the weigh station bypass systems market, Frost & Sullivan has recognized Drivewyze Inc. with the 2017 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Company of the Year. “Drivewyze aptly addressed the short-comings of existing transponder-based weigh station bypass systems, which require high up-front costs and heavy infrastructure investment, with a nimbler and more cost-efficient weigh station bypass…

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