There are many different ways safety is measured in trucking, but one gauge is particularly important in determining whether you get a green light or a red light from your truck weigh station bypass service. It’s called an Inspection Selection System score, or ISS score, and it also has a deep effect on the number of times a truck is inspected by safety enforcement officers.

Drew Anderson, director of carrier relations for PrePass and a well-known subject matter expert on the Inspection Selection System, recently spoke with freelance trucking journalist Evan Lockridge regarding what factors make up an ISS score and what truck fleets and owner operators need to know about it.

Read the article What’s an ISS Score and Why It’s So Important here, and feel free to share it with your colleagues.