Vermont is joining Kansas, Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire, Virginia, and Utah among states piloting expedited inspections with Drivewyze – making it possible to directly transmit electronic logging device (ELD) data when a truck is selected for an inspection.
According to Brian Heath, President, and CEO of Drivewyze, interest and now participation—is creating a new era in roadside inspection throughput, accuracy, and productivity. “We are on a mission to revolutionize roadside inspections for the trucking industry,” said Heath. “Drivewyze e-Inspection technology is automating critical elements of traditional time-intensive manual roadside inspections. The technology is here, and it’s proven. Drivers and fleets can save up to 30 minutes or more when traditional in-station inspections are accelerated using e-Inspection technology. Designed with industry and agency needs in mind, e-Inspection leverages existing ELD partnerships and the Drivewyze platform to deliver accurate and secure automation to FMCSA-approved Level I, II, and III roadside inspections. This saves a tremendous amount of time and eliminates data quality errors.”
Western Express, J.B. Hunt and Schneider are currently participating in the initiative, and for a limited time other carriers can enroll in the program through Drivewyze or telematics providers.
Drivewyze has leveraged integrations with over 2.5 million ELD devices to bring e-Inspection as a new offering to fleets through its ELD partner ecosystem.
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