California and Nevada are the latest jurisdictions to sign on to Drivewyze’s electronic inspections pilot program, to help expedite trips through weigh stations.
The states join Kansas, Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Virginia, and Utah, where it is now possible to automate many aspects of traditional inspections at select weigh stations.
Combined with new weigh stations set up for the e-Inspections in Vermont and New Hampshire, Drivewyze says the number of weigh stations accepting electronic inspections has increased more than 60% in the past month.
Through the e-Inspection Expedited Inspection pilot project, enforcement officers no longer need to manually collect and enter every piece of information into multiple screening and inspection systems. Drivewyze says that can save up to 30 minutes or more when comparing e-Inspections to traditional methods.
Any fleets subscribed to Drivewyze PreClear weigh station bypass service can request to participate in the e-Inspection pilot project. Those using Platform Science and Geotab platforms can access and utilize e-Inspections, while Trimble is in the midst of being integrated.
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