January Newsletter 2014

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Drivewyze Now at 252 Sites, Including 13 in Colorado

Drivewyze mobile-based bypass services are now available at 13 fixed locations in Colorado, including the southbound Monument Port of Entry near Exit 11 on U.S. Interstate 25 and the eastbound Loma Port of Entry near Exit 15 on U.S. Interstate 70. The service officially went live shortly before the New Year.

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Download, Start the App, Drive and Win $1,200!

Starting the week of January 26th, Drivewyze will be launching an update to the app, as well as a cash giveaway contest where one lucky driver will win $1,200! Stay tuned for more information.

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Heavy Duty Trucking’s Look at Tomorrow’s Truck Technology Includes Drivewyze

Drivewyze president Brian Heath joins in the discussion, offering a look at how mobile technology will allow vehicle inspectors to weigh trucks in motion and to examine hours of service information wirelessly. He also explains how the Drivewyze PreClear subscription service works.

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Transport Topics Article Identifies New Option for Weigh Station Bypass

The December 2013/January 2014 iTech supplement in the Dec. 16 issue of Transport Topics features a look at how weigh station bypass using mobile-based communication technology is challenging the more traditional approach using transponder-based technology.

The story offers a balanced look at the two technologies and presents information from Drivewyze president Brian Heath about how Drivewyze addresses the needs of regional and short-haul carriers and owner-operators for weigh station bypass opportunities.

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Spanish Language Magazine Transporte Latino Features Drivewyze

Spanish-speaking fleet and truck operators learned more about how the mobile technology available from Drivewyze provides weigh station bypass opportunities for those with good safety scores. And how those weigh station bypasses can translate into some big savings in avoided fuel costs and lost time.

Transporte Latino featured Drivewyze and owner-operator Mike Shatney on pages 48-50 in the December 2013 issue. Mike’s comments about being rewarded for keeping up maintenance and repairs on his truck can resonate with fellow hard-working safety-conscious truckers in any language.

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American Trucking Associations Business Solutions Newsletter Features Drivewyze

Remember when dispatchers and truck drivers relied on hard-wired phones and CB radios to stay in touch? How times have changed with the advent of mobile phones over the last 20 years.

Drivewyze president Brian Heath offered American Trucking Associations members a look at how mobile phone technology has also changed weigh station bypass in the December 2013 American Trucking Associations Business of Trucking newsletter.

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