Drivewyze has announced that it has been awarded the contract to operate its Drivewyze PreClear weigh station bypass service in California.
The company is working to install its service with existing weigh-in-motion scales, underway at 37 locations where the state has chosen to operate bypass services. Drivewyze expects the service to be fully operational in the state within 60 days.
The 37 sites supporting PreClear are located on many of the state’s major transportation routes, according to Drivewyze, adding to the company’s 650 service sites in 42 states and provinces throughout North America.
“Carriers want more bypasses and they demand the best customer service. Our partnership with California helps deliver on these points,” said Brian Heath, president and CEO of Drivewyze. “Our expansion into California is welcome news to fleets and drivers that operate in that state. We’re looking forward to helping ease congestion in and around California weigh stations, improving freight flow throughout the state and making the highways safer.”
The PreClear weigh station bypass application is available pre-loaded on many popular in-cab telematics and ELD devices and can also be downloaded from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store for Apple and Android devices.
“We are excited to introduce transponder-free bypass services in California,” said Heath. “Local fleets have been demanding more choice, and our national and regional customers have long awaited the opportunity to receive bypass services in the state.”