April News 2015

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Six States Join the Drivewyze Network

Montana, North Carolina, New York, Massachusetts, South Dakota, Louisiana (out of breath yet?) have all joined the Drivewyze network!

All drivers using the Drivewyze app can now receive bypasses in 96 sites throughout NC, NY, MA, SD and LA.

Additionally, drivers using the Android version of Drivewyze can now receive bypasses at 1 site in Montana.

This brings the total number of Drivewyze sites up to 567 in 35 states, officially making Drivewyze the nation’s largest weigh station bypass service!

Click here to see the new sites!

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Bypasses Now available at Florida Agriculture Sites

Not hauling agriculture products? Or only hauling agriculture occasionally?

If so, you’ll be happy to hear that Drivewyze is now providing bypasses at 22 Florida Agriculture inspection sites!

Our new agriculture program was also featured in The Trucker newspaper – take a look.

Learn More About the Florida Agriculture Program

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J.B. Hunt Chooses Drivewyze

J.B. Hunt has chosen to adopt Drivewyze as their weigh station bypass service, which will run on
in-cab PeopleNet devices.

Greer Woodruff, J.B. Hunt’s senior vice president of safety, security and driver personnel, said the fleet’s drivers will see more bypasses and time savings with Drivewyze, while eliminating the management of transponders.

Read the Press Release


Driver of the Month: Mike Shatney

“Being safe and operating safe equipment is an important part of my business,” Mike explains. “Without a strong reputation for safety, it’s difficult for me to see how you could be successful in trucking.”

Click below to read more about Mike, or to nominate yourself to be our next driver of the month!

Read More About Mike


Heavy Duty Trucking Takes a Look at Tomorrow’s Truck Technology

HDT’s story offers a wide-ranging view of the future of trucking in the United States and Canada, including vehicle-to-infrastructure communications. Drivewyze president Brian Heath joins in the discussion, examining the possibilities of mobile technology in trucking.

Read the Article

Drivewyze COO Leo Jolicoeur Featured in Fleet Maintenance Magazine

Our very own Leo Jolicoeur talks about the fleet benefits of using mobile-based bypass technology.
Increased productivity, improved safety, fuel savings – just to name a few.

Read the Full Article in PDF


Drivewyze Receives Growth Capital Investment from Kayne Partners

Kayne Partners has invested in Drivewyze, to support the growth of mobile-based weigh station bypass service for the trucking industry.

“Kayne Partners targets industries which are typically underserved from a technological perspective, and the commercial vehicle and trucking industries currently rely on outdated tracking and monitoring methods,” said Doyl Burkett, Partner, Kayne Partners.

Read the Press Release