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October 30, 2018 2:15 PM, EDT

Drivewyze Adds Data Reporting Service, Expands Weigh-Station Bypass Network

A truck travels through a bypass With the expansion into Oregon, drivers will be able to receive approval to bypass weigh stations at 21 sites in the state. (Drivewyze Inc.)

AUSTIN, Texas — Drivewyze Inc., provider of the PreClear weigh-station bypass service, has launched an analytics and reporting tool aimed at helping fleets better understand their safety and inspection data.

The new service, named Drivewyze Insights, will generate monthly reports on safety and inspection data to help fleet managers identify opportunities to improve safety and profitability.

“We want to provide our customers with not only full transparency on the value of our bypass service, but to help them better understand how to convert their safety and compliance investments into keeping their trucks and freight moving efficiently,” Drivewyze CEO Brian Heath said.

Drivewyze Insights compiles inspection and violation data across all 50 states as much as four weeks earlier than it appears in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s safety measurement portal, the company said.

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Drivewyze also announced it is expanding its PreClear service into Oregon and the province of Ontario.

With the expansion into Oregon, drivers will be able to receive approval to bypass weigh stations at 21 sites in the state. The company said it will launch weigh-station bypass service at 32 locations in Ontario by the end of the year.

Drivewyze said its PreClear service now is available at more than 700 locations in 43 states and provinces.

The company also continues to expand its integration partnerships, with Orbcomm Inc. recently announcing that it will offer the PreClear service through its in-cab telematics platform.