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Enables fleet customers to increase efficiency, improve safety and retain drivers
The Drivewyze PreClear service is a Cloud-based fleet management application that eliminates the need for traditional transponders, enabling seamless integration into in-cab systems. Using GPS technology, Drivewyze has set up geofences around more than 700 temporary and permanent weigh stations across
By providing bypass opportunities as reward for building and managing a safe fleet, ORBCOMM’s trucking customers do not need to stop or slow down at scales, saving fuel, maintenance costs and driver hours of service for maximum efficiency. Bypassing weigh stations also keeps drivers on the highway so they can haul more loads and get home faster, which increases driver productivity and retention. While Drivewyze continues to grow, and is in 43 states and provinces, it also helps with notifications at other weigh stations. The Drivewyze Heads-up notifications provide drivers with 2-mile and 1-mile alerts of upcoming weigh stations and inspections to give drivers ample time to slow down, change lanes in traffic and prepare for an inspection, reducing driver stress and improving safety.
“Through our partnership with Drivewyze,
“Our award-winning PreClear service seamlessly integrates with ORBCOMM’s in-cab telematics solution, offering a convenient and cost-effective way for their customers to keep drivers out of scale lineups and spend more time on the road,” said
To learn more about ORBCOMM’s weigh station bypass solution through Drivewyze, please schedule a meeting with
Drivewyze is the leader in connected truck services, and is on a mission to revolutionize transportation safety and efficiency. Drivewyze serves commercial drivers and fleets with innovative trucking services such as the Drivewyze PreClear bypass service. Learn more about Drivewyze at www.drivewyze.com.
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