Minnesota Trucking Association

Fill out the form or call 1-866-228-1424 with promo code "MNTA" for a FREE month of bypassing.

Commercial trucks are essential to the everyday economy of Minnesota, and safety is a top priority.

That’s why the Minnesota Trucking Association (MTA) partners with several providers to promote safety and efficiency on the road. PrePass, the most reliable weigh station bypass service in North America, is an Allied Member of the MTA. Trucks in compliance with safety regulations may be able to avoid roadside inspections, which also reduces the risk of highway collisions stemming from slowing and merging to exit and re-enter the roadway.

  • 8,284,107 Hours Saved

    Based on a minimum of 5 minutes saved per screening bypass.

  • 39,763,714 gallons of fuel saved

    Based on .4 gallons per pull-in.

  • $716,309,784 operational cost savings

    Benefits based on studies by the Iowa State University Center for Transportation Research and Education and the FMCSA.

PrePass benefits safe carriers by saving time, money and fuel.

California has been part of the PrePass system since 1997 and currently has PrePass deployed at 35 sites. Across California and the nation, PrePass helps facilitate freight movement by allowing prequalified* trucks to be electronically screened and then safely bypass weigh stations at highway speeds. There are 15,378 PrePass qualified fleets based in California with 56,099 qualified trucks.

Your membership in the Minnesota Transport Association entitles you to an exclusive discount for PrePass.

Complete the form above to receive one free month of PrePass weigh station bypass service.

For more information and detail, call PrePass at 1-866-228-1424. Mention the code “MNTA” to receive this special offer.


National PrePass benefits since 1997*

  • 63,061,592 Hours Saved

    Based on a minimum of 5 minutes saved per screening bypass.

  • 302,695,640 gallons of fuel saved

    Based on .4 gallons per pull-in.

  • $5,584,797,698 operational cost savings

    Based on studies by the Iowa State University Center for Transportation Research and Education and the FMCSA.