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PrePass Plus Expands to Include All Fleets

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — PrePass Plus has been expanded to include all fleets, the service’s nonprofit partner Help Inc., announced March 29. The firm formally issued its announcement at the Mid-America Trucking Show here.

“In an industry like trucking where every minute equates to dollars, owner-operators and small fleets can now enjoy consolidated invoices for both bypassing services and tolls, saving them time and money like never before,” Help Inc. CEO Karen Rasmussen said.

Additionally, PrePass customers have 24-hour access to toll transactions. That way, toll costs can be billed to shippers in real time. “When you are traveling across country or through numerous states and utilizing numerous tolling systems along the way, it’s nice to have a team behind you that can handle violations and disputes in all jurisdictions,” Rasmussen said.

PrePass Plus incorporates tolling locations in nearly two dozen states, and along truck lanes. Help Inc. provides PrePass weigh station bypass and other truck safety services.

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