Drivewyze Transflo User Guide
How It Works: At Drivewyze Sites
Over 700 sites participate in the Drivewyze Bypass Program. You will receive 2-mile and 1-mile heads up notifications, indicated by a blue banner, at these sites. At these Drivewyze sites you will receive one of three instructions:
Bypass Granted You may bypass the site
Bypass Not Granted Pull into site unless closed
Follow Road Sign Bypass instruction given on electronic sign
At Non-Drivewyze Sites
Sites not participating in the Drivewyze Bypass Program give the following notifications.
2-mile and 1-mile heads up notifications with no blue banner.
You will then receive a follow road signs instruction.
Recall Last Notification
If you are ever requested to show your most recent Drivewyze instruction, navigate to the Drivewyze menu via the menu and tap on the history icon.
Florida Ag Inspection Station
If your fleet has opted into the Florida Ag bypass program, you may receive a conditional bypass. You can bypass unless you are hauling: agriculture, aquaculture, horticulture, livestock, or refrigerated units.
To learn more about how Drivewyze works, watch the video below.
Drivers must always follow safe driver practices and never follow in cab signals if doing so poses a risk to safe driving.
Always be prepared to report to inspection sites; this includes moving safely into the lane nearest the eventual weigh station exit. If a driving instruction is delayed, always choose to exit safely rather than wait for an instruction.
Bypass requests only submit license plate, VIN, and USDOT. Driver information is NOT shared. Bypass event logs are not certified for speed enforcement and cannot be used to issue speeding tickets.
Where can you receive bypasses?
Please be aware, some states have specific bypass restrictions. In this case, drivers must ignore bypass commands and pull in.