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Phoenix, AZ – Fleets of all sizes can now take advantage of the nation’s only one-stop-shop for bypassing and tolls -- PrePass Plus. HELP Inc., the non-profit public/private partnership that provides PrePass® weigh station bypass and other truck safety services, announced today it is expanding its money- and time-saving PrePass Plus service to all fleets. Formed in 1993, HELP Inc. is the only provider of one-device bypassing for qualified fleets, along with electronic toll payments. Today, over half...

Ralph Garcia, of Rio Rancho, New Mexico, is an outstanding example of the best of the best in the trucking industry. As a driver for ABF Freight System for 23 years, Garcia has been recognized for the work he’s done both for his company and for the industry. He’s one of the elite America’s Road Team Captains for the American Trucking Association and recently was honored with ATA’s Mike Russell Trucking Image Award. He’s been a professional...

March 5, 2015 – Over a half million trucks from nearly 41,000 trucking fleets are now enrolled in PrePass and qualified to bypass weigh stations and ports of entry in 31 states. HELP Inc., the only non-profit public/private partnership serving the commercial vehicle safety sector, has provided PrePass electronic screening and weigh station bypass, along with other truck safety services, since 1993. Under HELP’s strict screening rules, only carriers with good safety records and all necessary credentials can...

GROENDYKE'S HUTCHINSON TERMINAL REACHES SAFETY MILESTONE Groendyke Transport’s Hutchinson terminal recently set a company record for consecutive miles without an at-fault accident. Between July 2014, and February 2016, drivers at the Hutchinson terminal combined to accumulate 11,905,472 consecutive safe miles, eclipsing the previous company record set by the same terminal in 2001. During that run, Hutchinson’s drivers amassed more than 10 million miles between September 1997 and April 2001. “This is an impressive accomplishment for our drivers. Considering the...