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North Carolina Adds More PrePass® Weigh Station Bypass Locations

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol recently approved the deployment of truck pre-clearance and weigh station bypass at 10 new locations throughout the state. North Carolina became a PrePass state in 2015 when the service was deployed at the Hillsborough weigh stations on I-40.

The following locations will be able to process PrePass qualified trucks within the next 60 days:

  • I-95 northbound near Lumberton
  • I-95 southbound in Halifax County
  • I-85 northbound in Gaston County
  • I-85 southbound near Charlotte
  • I-77 southbound near Mount Airy
  • I-77 northbound near Mount Airy
  • I-40 eastbound near Asheville
  • I-26 westbound near Hendersonville
  • I-40 eastbound near Statesville
  • I-40 westbound near Statesville

“On behalf of the North Carolina State Highway Patrol, we are pleased to see the expansion of PrePass in our state,” said Lt. Terry Robinson, head of NCSHP’s commercial vehicle enforcement programs. “Building on the success of the original integration of PrePass with NCPass at Hillsborough, we look forward to providing increased efficiencies to facilitate safe freight movement in North Carolina,” he said.

“We are pleased to have the opportunity to expand HELP’s safety investment in North Carolina,” said HELP Inc. President & CEO Karen Rasmussen. “The State just deployed PrePass only two years ago, but officials have already experienced the benefits of our reliable transponder technology and the fact that PrePass helps keep traffic moving safely while saving time and money for carriers.”

HELP Inc. President and CEO Karen Rasmussen said the company is pleased to have the opportunity to expand HELP’s safety investment in North Carolina. “The State just deployed PrePass only two years ago, but officials have already experienced the benefits of our reliable transponder technology and the fact that PrePass helps keep traffic moving safely while saving time and money for carriers,” said Rasmussen.

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