There are many different ways safety is measured in trucking, but one gauge is particularly important. It is called an Inspection Selection System score, or ISS score for short. It deeply effects whether a truck will be inspected by safety enforcement officers or not and whether you get a green light or a red light from your weigh station bypass service provider.

Download this PrePass whitepaper, "What's an ISS Score and Why It's Important" and learn about the factors that make up an ISS score and what truck fleets and owner operators need to know about it.

This whitepaper will also help you understand:

  • What is a good and bad ISS score
  • Tools motor carriers can use to monitor and improve their ISS score
  • How ISS scores are used to target motor carriers for enforcement
  • Why ISS scores are used to determine which trucks can bypass weigh stations
  • How carrier ratings in the FMCSA's Compliance Safety and Accountability (CSA) program effects an ISS score
Download this whitepaper today so your trucking operation can save time and money by having a better ISS score.