April 2nd, 2020
Podcast #39: 5 Trucking Trends for Drivers and Fleets to Watch

Listen to this episode of the “Eyes on the Road” podcast, presented by PrePass, as host Evan Lockridge talks with Kelly Frey with PrePass about five trends that will shape trucking in 2020 and beyond. They talk about the effects of marijuana legalization and changing driver demographics in trucking as well as autonomy, data security and the internet of things.

Blog, Podcasts
March 31st, 2020
Feds Issue COVID-19 Guidance, Give Relief on Trucking Regulations

COVID-19 has moved government agencies to issue emergency declarations, as well as change and delay government programs and regulations that impact the trucking industry. In addition to the expanded FMCSA waiver on driver hours of service and increased weight allowances by states for vehicles delivering essential supplies, here are some other related updates.

Blog, Regulations
March 27th, 2020
Resources for Trucking-related Coronavirus and COVID-19 Information

The coronavirus outbreak is affecting both the trucking industry and the entire U.S. economy in many different ways. With new developments and announcements occurring at least daily, this information can be overwhelming, so we have compiled a list of resources for trucking-related coronavirus and COVID-19 updates and information.

March 25th, 2020
New Data Shows Critical Truck Deliveries Continue Despite COVID-19

New data released March 24 by the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) shows that trucks are continuing to move – in many cases, faster than usual – to respond to the demands placed on the industry by the COVID-19 pandemic.

March 19th, 2020
A Message from PrePass Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We know you may be facing operational challenges as you work to resupply grocery stores, pharmacies, hospitals, fuel stations and other essential elements of the supply chain. Here’s one aspect of your operation you can continue to count on: PrePass weigh station bypass and electronic toll payment services are running normally overall.

March 18th, 2020
FMCSA Seeks Approval for Truck Driver Harassment, Assaults Study

FMCSA says it seeks to evaluate the breadth and frequency of harassment and violence so that it may develop materials and training to educate truckers, specifically minority and female drivers, on “how to protect themselves from being stalked, harassed, assaulted or robbed.” FMCSA may also reach out to truck driver training schools to incorporate such materials in their courses.

Blog, Trucking Community