Bestpass Launches Toll Solution for Trailer Rental & Leasing Companies



Bestpass, a company that provides single-source payment and streamlined toll management services to commercial fleets, announced a new trailer pay-by-plate solution to help trailer rental and leasing companies avoid costly and time-consuming violations while also facilitating the seamless management of incurred toll costs, including the built-in capability to rebill toll to their customers.

“For companies that rent or lease trailers to commercial carriers, processing violations and other toll charges on behalf of their customers is time consuming and can cost them money,” said John Andrews, president and CEO of Bestpass. “We designed this new trailer plate solution, coupled with Bestpass Rebilling capability, to ensure that toll transactions are assigned to the right vehicle and company while also mitigating the impact and cost of violations and unmanaged toll.”

Rental and leasing companies that sign up for the Bestpass trailer plate solution will be able to upload and manage a complete record of all of their trailer plates, as well as be able to rebill toll from across the U.S. to their customers, thereby creating a solution that removes costs and accurately allocates toll expense.

Traditionally providing single-source payment and streamlined national toll management service to commercial trucking fleets, Bestpass launched its Leased Equipment Toll Solution (LETS) in March 2017 as a transponder-based solution for leased equipment providers, including not only tractors, but also other vehicles. This new toll-by-plate solution further extends the company’s reach, adding rented and leased trailers to the more than 450,000 Bestpass transponders already on the road.

Founded in 2001 by the Trucking Association of New York, Bestpass provides nationwide streamlined toll management services, including consolidated billing, volume discounts, violation processing and a single service compatible with more than 40 tolling groups and all transponder-based weigh station bypass networks.

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