June 6th, 2024
5 Things PrePass Does NOT Do

To set the record straight and clear up any misconceptions, we’ve put together a list of five things that PrePass doesn’t do, based on what we’ve heard the most often.

Blog, Business
May 8th, 2024
NYC Congestion Tolls Begin June 30

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), which supports a 5,000-square-mile travel area including New York City, has announced that Congestion Tolls […]

Blog, Tolling, Trucking Community
May 6th, 2024
How to Upload Truck Images to your PrePass Account

Minnesota, New Jersey, and North Carolina require a representative photo of every truck on file with the State in order […]

How To Guides
March 13th, 2024
Learn How Weigh Station Bypass Adds Up to Big Savings

In a new PrePass whitepaper “Learn How Weigh Station Bypass Adds Up to Big Savings on Time, Fuel, and Money,” we look at five typical interstate truck routes. With each route, you will see the exact weigh stations that allow trucks to bypass using either the PrePass transponder or the PrePass app and the corresponding savings in time, fuel, and dollars that quickly accumulate, even with a single truck.

Blog, Safety, Technology
March 7th, 2024
FMCSA Proposes Streamlined CDL Testing

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration issued several waivers to allow continued testing and skill evaluation of applicants for commercial driver’s licenses despite the closure of some state driver licensing offices and the temporary absence of state employees. Now, at the urging of the trucking industry, FMCSA has evaluated which of those waiver measures improved the efficiency and flexibility of the CDL process and has publishing a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to codify them into federal regulations.

Blog, Regulations, Safety
March 4th, 2024
Now is the Time to Prepare: CVSA Truck Inspection Events for 2024

Each year the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance organizes three major truck inspection events across North America. CVSA is a non-profit association of commercial motor vehicle safety officials in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, with participation by trucking industry representatives. The truck inspection events provide an annual snapshot of trucking safety and compliance, helping commercial law enforcement, motor carriers and professional drivers work on areas needing improvement. Here are details about the three events in 2024.

Blog, Regulations, Safety, Trucking Community