PrePass Press Releases

December 18th, 2019
New PrePass® Sites Announced in Nine States

PrePass-approved trucks are receiving green lights to bypass more weigh stations in a number of new locations. Over the past year, PrePass Safety Alliance’s Board of Directors has approved 47 new bypassing sites in Illinois, Michigan, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, New Jersey, Ohio, Texas and Wisconsin, plus the Canadian province of British Columbia.

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August 19th, 2019
PrePass Expands to British Columbia through Weigh2GoBC Service

A new agreement between PrePass Safety Alliance and British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure allows PrePass users to bypass weigh stations in British Columbia, adding 11 locations to PrePass bypass sites.

Press Release
August 16th, 2019
PrePass Introduces Mobile Driver Alerts for Truck Brake Check/Chain-up Sites, Runaway Truck Ramps

The alerts notify truck drivers of steep grades ahead from a distance of approximately five miles away, and also notify them as they approach any of five runaway truck ramps along the route. Drivers will also receive alerts for seven sites along I-70 where they can perform brake checks and/or during winter, complete truck tire chain-ups or removals.

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January 23rd, 2020
Economic and Regulatory Experts Outline What 2020 May Have in Store for Trucking

Economist Donald Broughton takes an overview of where the economy is now, where it’s headed in 2020, and what it means for trucking companies. Former FMCSA Deputy Administrator Warren Hoemann details the status of trucking rules in the pipeline, how they may turn out and what new rules the federal government has in store for trucking.

Blog
January 20th, 2020
Living on the Edge. Do you Know the Top Three Truck Crash Causes?

Advertising and entertainment often show us people living on the edge. The very fact that dangerous stunts so commonly appear on our TV and movie screens suggests that just maybe a little living on the edge is societally acceptable. In the world of highway safety, however, going out to the edge can lead to injury and death.

Blog, Safety
January 15th, 2020
Why Does Empire Warehouse Stick with PrePass? It’s About Saving Time and Money.

For any trucking company, the more time saved during a pickup or delivery can easily translate into making more money. But when a carrier is smaller with a little more than a dozen trucks, time is even more crucial because each truck represents a greater percentage of their total fleet. That’s why Empire Warehouse has remained a PrePass customer for more than 25 years.

Blog, Business

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For media inquires, image request and interview coordination, please contact Andrew Johnson, PrePass Safety Alliance. Chief Marking Officer at 602.412.2090, andrew@prepassalliance.org, or fill out the form below.

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