California Road Charge Pilot Program Update
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California Road Charge Pilot Program Update

Here’s the latest in California Road Charge news:
  • Pilot Program Update
  • Pilot Program in the News
  • Participant Testimonials
  • Upcoming Public Meeting

Pilot Program Update

As we begin the third month of the California Road Charge Pilot Program, we are proud to announce the launch of a new Pilot Status web page. This page provides information about how the pilot is progressing. Click HERE to check it out.
Since the launch of pilot on July 1, 2016, we have been providing general information on the pilot’s progress to our interest list, working to streamline the pilot process for participants and keeping a positive flow of pilot operations. By now most participants have received their first ‘mock’ invoice. The monthly participant invoices provide detailed information that includes the following: chargeable miles and non-chargeable miles, fuel usage, fuel tax credit and the road charge total for the month. In these monthly snapshots, participants can review and analyze their own California Road Charge Pilot Program experience on a continual basis.

At the next big pilot milestone (November 1-15, 2016), participants will have the opportunity to switch their Account Manager and/or reporting method. This will allow participants to explore what added benefits and different reporting methods that the Account Managers have to offer.

Pilot Program in the News

Click HERE to read all about our pilot in the news on our website!

Did You Know?

There are six out-of-state vehicles enrolled in the California Road Charge Pilot Program. These participants will provide us with valuable information about the interoperability of a road charge with other states. Here is the out-of-state vehicle breakdown represented in the pilot:

Participant Testimonials

When asked, “What is your favorite Account Manager reporting method feature?”, two participants answered:
I love that Azuga has made me a more conscientious driver. I check my online dashboard weekly to see the progress I’ve made towards improving my driving score.”  
“The DriveSync App is convenient and fun to use. I like having the option to see where I rank amongst the top drivers in my area.”  

Upcoming Public Meetings

The next Technical Advisory Committee public meeting will take place in San Diego, CA on September 16, 2016. For more information on this meeting, click HERE.
We will be sending another pilot program update in early October — thank you for your continued participation in the California Road Charge Pilot Program!
California Road Charge Pilot Program Team
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