Arlington, Va. – Today, American Trucking Associations announced it is reaffirming HELP Inc.’s PrePass services as an Endorsed ATA Featured Product, further strengthening the relationship between the two groups. In addition, HELP Inc. has been named an ATA Corporate Partner.
“ATA and HELP have a common purpose of creating an environment for the trucking industry that is both efficient and safe,” said ATA President and CEO Bill Graves. “HELP’s PrePass services are a perfect example of the type of innovation that the industry needs in order to save time and streamline the many important safety and regulatory processes.”
HELP’s PrePass electronic pre-screening and bypass system has more than 300 sites in 32 states. PrePass electronically screens carriers’ safety records and credentials before they go out on the road, utilizing only the most current, accurate data available. Information used to screen and determine whether carriers qualify for bypass is subject to stringent security and privacy requirements adopted by HELP’s public-private board of directors.
“With more than 660 million successful bypasses, or green lights, by qualified and enrolled motor carriers, HELP’s PrePass has saved carriers more than 54 million man-hours and 260 million gallons of fuel since we began compiling data in 1997,” said HELP President and CEO Karen Rasmussen. “Our reach, combined with our decades of reliable service, are testament to why we have been named both an ATA Featured Product and an ATA Corporate Partner.”
In addition, HELP offers PrePass Plus interoperable electronic toll payment and toll management services for commercial vehicles coast-to-coast and border-to-border. For more information visit www.prepassnow.com.
About HELP Inc. Innovative trucking company leaders, enforcement agencies and state DOTs founded HELP Inc. in 1993 to improve highway safety and efficiency. As North America’s most successful non-profit public/private partnership serving the trucking industry and commercial enforcement, HELP has invested more than $600 million to deploy PrePass weigh station bypassing, PrePass Plus electronic toll payment and other truck safety technologies to improve safety, reduce truck-related emissions and preserve highway infrastructure. To ensure HELP’s investments benefit both its public sector partners and its private sector customers, HELP’s policies are developed by a board of directors with an equal number of representatives from each sector. For more information, visit us at www.prepassalliance.org or prepassnow.com.