Saturday, October 19, 2019
Snap-on is adding to its family of cordless tools, which includes ratchets, drills, wrenches, saws and screwdrivers. All include variable speed triggers for better control and many feature MicroLithium batteries that are lightweight, long-lasting and interchangeable between all matching-voltage...
Temperature swings are hard on rubber components and when added with the kind of pressure and tension found on a truck’s belts and hoses, even a minor nick or slice can lead to major problems. Alliance Truck Parts Manager...
With the pending legalization of cannabis just around the corner, CTA has conducted an impact analysis of potential issues Canadian carriers and truck drivers could face when cannabis legalization occurs on October 17. The legal memo, produced in partnership with...
Starting Oct. 1, the majority of B.C. highways, particularly mountain passes, require truck drivers to carry chains, while passenger vehicles must have winter tires. WorkSafeBC is a member of the WDA, and Darrin McCaskill, director of programs, projects, and initiatives,...
Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) president Chris Nash trusts organizations that don't grasp assorted variety and comprehensiveness will before long battle to discover ability. "Assorted variety will bring more thoughts and movement," Nash said amid the Women Building Futures...
The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) says it's satisfied Canada and the U.S. achieved another exchange settlement, and will keep evaluating how the understanding will influence the trucking business. "CTA immovably trusts the Government of Canada conveyed the most ideal arrangement....
Fleets went further between roadside breakdowns in the second quarter, yet encountered an expansion in tire disappointments because of sweltering climate. Those were two or three discoveries from a FleetNet America benchmarking study finished with the Technology and Maintenance...
Does Canada perceive the U.S. Branch of Transportation, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) individual movement direction for drivers working a business engine vehicle (CMV) in Canada? No. The individual transport direction issued by FMCSA just applies when a business...
The U.S. Division of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) reported a last administer reconsidering government directions allowing people with a steady insulin regimen and appropriately controlled insulin-treated diabetes mellitus (ITDM) to be fit the bill to work...
The FMCSA has started a rulemaking procedure that conceivably could change current long periods of-benefit controls, as per Fleet Owner. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration reported a month ago that it has started a rulemaking procedure that conceivably could...

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