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Tuesday, July 5, 2022
The due date to submit grant applications to the OTA Education Foundation has been reached out to July 20. Specialized issues with the site that candidates incited the establishment to expand application entries. "It just appeared to be reasonable that understudies...
  Commercial vehicle wheel systems usually fail in one of three ways. The first is the wheel nuts not being tightened or “torqued” to specification… we’ll get to that in a bit, the second wheel bearings failing (lack of lubricant/improper...
With heavy hearts, staff and members of the Ontario Trucking Association are mourning the passing of Vernon Erb, who passed away Wednesday morning at the age of 84. OTA sent its heartfelt condolences to OTA Vice-Chair, Wendell Erb and the...
OTA was formally notified by the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) today that effective May 17, 2021, individuals completing the Class A road test in a vehicle with an automatic transmission, including automated-manual transmissions, will be restricted from operating a...
U.S. trucking organizations are riding a flood in load request from customers storing fundamental products, however it likely won't keep going long. Transportation has gotten pace as the remainder of the nation closes down to help control the spread of...
We are moving quickly through 2020 and approaching the first job fair from the Trucking Network. March 7th brings us to the Brampton Job Fair at the Pearson Convention Centre and the busiest job fair of the year. I...
Windsor Ontario Police have taken action this morning on the protests that have closed the Ambassador Bridge from Detroit. The Windsor Police tweeted at 8:15 am Sunday, "Enforcement actions continue at the demonstration area with arrests being made, vehicles...
The Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) announced today regulations which mandate third-party certified electronic logging devices (ELD) for all carriers operating in Ontario by June 12, 2022. MTO’s release indicates applying ELDs for all drivers and carriers who are required...
The Ontario Trucking Association (OTA) has been the voice of the Ontario trucking industry since 1926. OTA believes that the industry’s concerns should be voiced in a responsible and professional manner that does not risk or threaten public safety. Ontario’s...
The trucking business in Canada alludes to organizations which are occupied with the vehicle of merchandise by means of truck. This incorporates the two associations who possess and work a private truck armada to move products they produce themselves,...

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