We believe that commercial truck drivers know the most about parking, so we are inviting all drivers who use Southern Ontario highways to complete our survey (including drivers who are based outside Ontario, including the U.S.A.).
Is driving a truck or a trailer the occupation of yours? If it is such then you have chosen a very risk occupation. This is said based on the facts that US Department of Labor has published. But there is nothing to worry about as because following these safety tips can turn your hazardous occupation to be the one which is the safest and enjoyable. The tips that will ensure your safety There are certain...
Apart from the fact that the truck is well equipped with advanced instruments, it is extremely important to look into some winter upgrades to get good travel experience. When it comes to choosing the winter upgrades, there are a lot of truck accessories out there. From handling the tires to pulling the car, these winter upgrades will be much more beneficial during winter days. So, just spend quality time to research about these accessories. Be...
The grass is always greener... This may be true sometimes but make sure to look before you leap. Your work history is very important!
Is it against regulations to operate a truck with an oil leak? Can you legally refuse to drive a truck with an oil leak?
The advent of ELDs has put focus on another issue that has long vexed truckers – problems with the hours of service.
Enjoy this collection of older model trucks, from the 1990's era. Cabovers, flat-tops, long hoods, Freightliners, Peterbilts, Kenworths and more. A trip down memory lane.
I’ve been writing/living/advocating for/loving and hating trucking for more than five years now, and I feel like I’ve aged about 25. Ha ha, I exaggerate, it’s only 15 years – truckers age three years for every one they spend on the road. Yes they do. You can tell by counting the rings in their trunk. It’s true.
While few people love trucking so much so they’ll drive your truck for free, there’s more to any job than a paycheck. And that’s where how you train your drivers, and how you communicate with them overall, comes into play.
From ELDs to the EPA and a long-awaited infrastructure plan there is plenty happening in D.C.
For truckers, it’s the Holy Grail of regulatory reform. Who would not want to see the Hours of Service rules more closely reflect the real world of driving trucks? And what if a more realistic set of regs further improved safety not only for truck drivers, but also the motorists sharing the road with them?
Daimler Trucks North America recently announced a pilot program to produce plastic parts using 3D printing. “The mission of this program is to embrace new technologies as a way to deliver service to our customers through better parts availability,” said Angela Timmen, aftersales purchasing manager for interior/exterior cab and major components for DTNA.