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The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is considering a plan that would require all trucks in interstate commerce to be equipped with devices that electronically transmit the identity of trucks to law enforcement. However, the proposal has raised several questions, including privacy concerns, and how this information would be used.
Listen to this new episode of the “Eyes on the Road” trucking podcast as we explore what’s in this plan to require electronic IDs for trucks, if there are any benefits to it, how this would affect truck inspections and more. Joining host Evan Lockridge is Steve Vaughn, director of field operations for PrePass Safety Alliance, and a former commercial law enforcement chief.
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“Eyes on the Road” is the official podcast from PrePass Safety Alliance, the provider of PrePass, the most expansive weigh station bypass and toll payment platform available. Other services include INFORM™ software for improving safety scores and analyzing toll costs.
The PrePass blog and podcasts are published as a public service of PrePass®, the most reliable and technologically advanced weigh station bypass and electronic trucking toll payment platform in North America. PrePass also includes INFORM™ Safety and Tolling software for improving truck safety scores and lowering toll costs.
Evan Lockridge is a veteran broadcaster and award-winning trucking journalist. "Eyes on the Road" discusses trucking industry hot topics for drivers and fleet managers. The series is presented by PrePass, providers of weigh station bypass, toll payment services and trucking technology.