Perspectives from Walt Keeney, President, Food Express, Arcadia, CA and Past HELP Chairman of the Board

Date posted: December 17, 2013 | Categories: Blog

The Chicken and the Egg.  Mike Walton did a good job in his blog of talking about the history of HELP Inc. and the financial and administrative challenges that preceded PrePass. There were many challenges in the first chapter of HELP … Continue reading



Dave Huneryager Honored As Top State Trucking Association Leader

Date posted: November 13, 2013 | Categories: News and Events, Press Releases, Uncategorized

(November 15, 2013) – Tennessee Trucking Association President and CEO Dave Huneryager was named the winner of the American Trucking Associations (ATA) President’s Trucking Association Executives Council (TAEC) Leadership Award during the group’s annual Management Conference & Exhibition. “On behalf … Continue reading



Perspectives on HELP’s First Chapter

Date posted: November 6, 2013 | Categories: Blog

by Dr. Mike Walton, University of Texas-Austin and Advisor to HELP Inc. HELP’s 20th Anniversary celebration in August 2013 was a significant milestone in the life of what was arguably the nation’s first public-private transportation partnership. Looking back, I had … Continue reading



HELP/PrePass Recognized For Environmental Accomplishments Truck Safety Technology Also Boosts Safety and Industry Efficiency

Date posted: October 28, 2013 | Categories: News and Events, Press Releases

Phoenix (October 28, 2013) – HELP Inc. (HELP) was selected by Denver’s Regional Air Quality Council and the Colorado Motor Carriers Association (CMCA) as the Green Organization of the year for its PrePass truck safety technology. The award was presented … Continue reading



Missouri Commits to Highway Safety with HELP

Date posted: October 21, 2013 | Categories: Blog

Transportation has always played an important role in Missouri, even when it was a western territory. Missouri was the point of departure for Lewis and Clark’s expedition to the Pacific Northwest. It was also where the Pony Express originated and … Continue reading



HELP INC. Announces New PrePass Carrier Portal – Providing one-stop access to company safety data, inspection activity and PrePass reports

Date posted: October 18, 2013 | Categories: News and Events, Press Releases

PHOENIX, ARIZ.: OCTOBER 18, 2013 – HELP, Inc. announced the launch of the PrePass Carrier Portal, a new service that provides PrePass customers with a one-stop access point to view their current safety data, near real-time inspection activity and PrePass … Continue reading



HELP Inc. Congratulates LEAD ATA Inaugural Class

Date posted: September 25, 2013 | Categories: News and Events, Press Releases

HELP Inc. Congratulates LEAD ATA Inaugural Class Phoenix (September 25, 2013) – HELP Inc. recognizes the critical importance of educating and engaging future trucking industry leaders and applauds the American Trucking Associations’ selection of 17 industry executives for its inaugural … Continue reading



HELP Elects New Leadership

Date posted: September 4, 2013 | Categories: News and Events, Press Releases

Phoenix (September 4, 2013) — HELP Incorporated, the public-private partnership that provides PrePass® and other truck safety services throughout North America, elected new officers and executive committee members during its 20th Annual Meeting in Park City, Utah last week. New officers … Continue reading



The Silver State: Dynamic Contributor to HELP

Date posted: August 16, 2013 | Tags: , , , , | Categories: Blog

Colorado stakes its claim on many “firsts.” World’s largest rodeo.  Highest paved road in North America.  And, invention of the cheeseburger, to name a few. The state’s relationship with HELP and the PrePass program is no different.  Colorado was the … Continue reading



PrePass Carriers Score Well Above Average — Perspectives from Doug Donscheski, Nebraska State Patrol and Chairman HELP Safety Committee

Date posted: August 16, 2013 | Tags: , , , | Categories: Blog

It has long been claimed that PrePass carriers have better Out-Of-Service rates (OOS) than the national averages. Now a new study shows the claim is true. Based on a comparison of OOS safety records, carriers pre-qualified to bypass weigh stations … Continue reading