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November 30th, 2020
Minnesota Trucking Association

January 26 – 28, 2021 Virtual Safety Conference Click here for more information

Current Events
November 30th, 2020
Is Your Truck Fleet Satisfactory, Conditional or Unsatisfactory?

What are the top reasons for a motor carrier to earn an unsatisfactory rating? FMCSA records show that it’s not just one thing… it’s usually a bundle of violations. That bundle of violations often triggers the compliance review in the first place. A CR is the only way a safety rating can be issued.

Blog, Safety
November 24th, 2020
New Whitepaper Helps Truck Fleets Improve Hazardous Materials Safety Scores and Compliance

The second in a series of PrePass whitepapers about how motor carriers can improve their safety records tackles the technical and dauntingly complex world of hazardous materials regulations. “BASICs – Improving Hazardous Materials Compliance” explains how the different Behavior Analysis and Safety Improvement Categories (BASICs) work in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Compliance, Safety, Accountability program.

Blog, Regulations
November 20th, 2020
Missouri Trucking Association

Postponed – Date TBD Safety Conference & Awards Banquet Click for more information

Current Events
November 20th, 2020
California Trucking Association-Membership Conference

January 20-22, 2021 Virtual Membership Conference Click here for more information  

Current Events
November 19th, 2020
What Trucking Fleets Can Do to Combat Increasing Insurance Costs

Watch the PrePass webinar, “Why Truck Insurance Costs Are Increasing and What Fleets Can Do to Save Money.” Learn from an insurance industry expert who explores the problem and presents solutions you can apply with your trucking business.

November 16th, 2020
Deadline Approaching for FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse Queries

The FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse began operation on Jan. 6, 2020. By regulation, motor carriers (or their designed testing consortium/third party administrator) must check the clearinghouse for information on currently-employed driversannually. That means motor carriers or consortia/third party administrators must check the clearinghouse no later than Jan. 5, 2021 for drivers hired as of Jan. 6, 2020.

Blog, Regulations
November 10th, 2020
New Whitepaper Helps Motor Carriers Improve BASIC Maintenance Scores

In this whitepaper you will learn about the BASICs, the ISS calculation, and what an “alert” means in any category. In particular, the whitepaper reveals four key aspects of ISS score calculation you need to understand – aspects that offer the potential to improve your score in any BASIC.

Blog, Regulations
November 4th, 2020
Wanted: Nominations for Prominent Truck Driver Award Sponsored by PrePass

Time is running out to nominate the nation’s truly outstanding truck drivers for one of the industry’s highest honors. The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance is accepting nominations for the 2021 International Driver Excellence Award, sponsored by PrePass Safety Alliance.

November 2nd, 2020
PrePass Grows ALERTS™ to Nearly 2,800 Roadway Safety Notifications in 48 States

PrePass Safety Alliance recently completed work extending the PrePass safety ALERTS™ across all 48 contiguous states. Motor carriers and commercial vehicle compliance agencies now benefit from nearly 2,800 ALERTS that appear in-cab on the PrePass MOTION weigh station bypass application.

Press Release
October 29th, 2020
Podcast #47: Increasing Use of Onboard Truck Cameras and What’s Next?

An increasing number of fleets and owner operators are equipping their trucks with on-board video cameras. Listen to this episode of the “Eyes on the Road” trucking podcast as host Evan Lockridge speaks with Seth Clevenger, host of the RoadSigns podcast and managing editor for features with Transport Topics, about why this is happening.

Blog, Podcasts
October 26th, 2020
Sports and Trucking: Adjusting to the COVID World

The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted many aspects of our lives. Take professional sports, for example. Who anticipated games taking place outside their standard seasons, in nearly empty stadiums and arenas? At the same time, the adjustments made by sports teams offers some guidance on the safety adjustments motor carriers can continue to make in the new world of COVID-19.

Blog, Safety