With this latest PrePass integration, fleets will experience increased driver satisfaction and fewer stops at weigh stations while enjoying an award-winning fleet management system, providing everything motor carriers need for a safe, compliant, and efficient operation. In addition, fleets receive real-time driver safety ALERTS™ for work zones, traffic congestion, dangerous slowdowns, available truck parking, traffic incidents, rest areas, gusty winds, steep grades, truck parking, and no commercial vehicle areas.Press Release
PrePass Safety Alliance acquired the technology firm that Murray will lead in June 2022. Since its inception 30 years ago, the connected vehicle organization acted as the primary vendor for the Alliance and has been held by a succession of commercial giants, including Lockheed Martin, Xerox, and Conduent. In 2018, it was spun off as a stand-alone company named CVO, which has been rebranded as PrePass.Press Release
PrePass Safety Alliance, the non-profit provider of PrePass weigh station bypass and other advanced truck safety and toll payment technologies has announced the acquisition of CVO Holding Company LLC. “The Alliance views this strategic acquisition as an exciting opportunity to better serve its state and industry partners while fulfilling our non-profit mission to make highways safer and more efficient through innovative, data-driven solutions.”Press Release
Why the delay? To begin with, the speed limiter proposal generated 15,600 comments. FMCSA reads and catalogs each and every rulemaking comment. Even “form letters” are tallied. But rulemakings amount to more than vote counts. FMCSA must also consider the content of the comments received. Effective comments use facts, data, and direct personal experience or cite relevant studies.Blog, Regulations, Trucking Community
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) unanimously approved its Advanced Clean Fleet (ACF) rules in late April, setting the stage for the state to completely ban the use of diesel-powered trucks. The CARB goal is that all fleets operating in that state will be 100% electric by 2035, 2040 or 2045, based on the size or type of truck.Blog, Regulations
“Flags” are flying at the FMCSA. The agency is “flagging” motor carriers which have not updated their MCS-150 forms within the past two-years. Those motor carriers will receive closer scrutiny from the federal government and its law enforcement partners. Closer scrutiny is not always a good thing. Read why is FMCSA so concerned about a paperwork requirement.Blog, Regulations
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