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Drivewyze is Frost & Sullivan’s company of the year

July 18, 2017 by elizabeth

Frost & Sullivan has recognized Drivewyze as its company of the year.

Chandramowli Kailasam, team leader at Frost & Sullivan’s Global Commercial Vehicles Research, said in a July 18 release that the company “addressed the shortcomings of existing transponder-based weigh station bypass systems, which require high up-front costs and heavy infrastructure investment, with a nimbler and more cost-efficient weigh station bypass solution.”

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BestPass transponders integrate with PrePass

May 23, 2017 by John Smith

Bestpass toll payment transponders can now be enroled in PrePass’ weigh station bypass system, combining capabilities into a single transponder.

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IN PRINT: Hwy. 407’s twisted paper trail

May 31, 2016 by Dave Nesseth

Cassie Burdeney has been running Highway Toll Services for seven years, and she still wonders if double billing linked to one of the world’s most expensive highways will ever end. Her business has recorded about $2 million in credits and adjustments relating to Ontario’s 407 Express Toll Route (ETR), and most of those had to be paid to trucking companies because the tollway tracks the transponder mounted on a truck’s windshield and scans the trailer’s licence plate.

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Streamlined Toll Management

April 1, 2015 by Rolf Lockwood

Bestpass has introduced the new Horizon transponder and expanded its tolling network to include Kansas and Florida, and it’s coming to Canada

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OPP Use High Tech To Crack Down On 407 Cheats

October 30, 2014 by Martin Smith

TORONTO – The OPP has started using new tools to reduce the number of people evading the 407 tolls.

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Cross-border technology finally has a home on the Internet

August 1, 2014 by Martin Smith

OTTAWA — The online system for the purchase, update and renewal of transponders, is now up and running after a lengthy delay.

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DTOPS contingency plan in place to avoid border delays: CTA

August 1, 2014 by Martin Smith

OTTAWA — The Canadian Trucking Alliance says it’s struck a deal with U.S. Customs that would avoid any major border delays caused by carriers trying to renew transponder technology used to pay for US border crossing fees.