PrePass surpasses 400,000-truck enrollment

June 1, 2007
PrePass growth topped 400,000 trucks in January 2007 with the enrollment of a truck by Bennett International Group in McDonough GA. The PrePass system

PrePass growth topped 400,000 trucks in January 2007 with the enrollment of a truck by Bennett International Group in McDonough GA. The PrePass system grid of participating weigh stations has also continued to grow with the recent addition of 22 new sites in Georgia, Maryland, and Utah.

A coast-to-coast system, PrePass enables qualified motor carriers to comply electronically with state weight, safety, and credential requirements while traveling at normal highway speeds rather than stopping at state truck inspection facilities. Motor carrier participation is strictly voluntary, and carrier eligibility is subject to state safety qualifications.

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