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Introduction: The trucking industry is the backbone of commerce, yet it is fraught with risks. Safety is not just a regulatory requirement but a moral imperative. While statistics on collisions are readily available and easy to comprehend, the silent guardians...
Milton, ON:  The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada and Benchmark Sponsor, Ontario Truck Driving School, have announced that the 8th annual PMTC Canadian Private Fleet benchmarking survey instrument is live as of today, February 5th.  This study is open...
We all agree that safety in trucking is job #1 for everyone and every company, no matter what part you play. Recently, an ATA report helped underline the industry efforts and investment in Truck Safety. The American Trucking Association reports...
A year for change to mandatory entry-level training The question is, “How much?” By Mike Millian, President of the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada 2024 promises new and positive steps regarding mandatory entry-level training (MELT) in Canada. For starters, Newfoundland officially...
Optimizing Safety and Profitability: The Crucial Role of Vehicle Maintenance in Canadian Trucking Companies In the dynamic landscape of the trucking industry in Canada, where long-haul routes and diverse terrains present constant challenges, vehicle maintenance stands as the bedrock of...

Braking safety

The Science Behind Truck Braking Safety: A Driver’s Guide to Navigating the Roads Safely In the world of trucking, where the rubber meets the road, brake safety is not just a matter of pressing the pedal – it’s a...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Better Together Group Strengthens Position with Acquisition of Driver Force Inc. Orlando, FL: Revolution Staffing, a proud member of the Better Together Group, is delighted to announce its recent acquisition of Driver Force Inc. based in Birmingham,...
The Professional Truck Training Alliance of Canada becomes national ally for transportation industry January 11, 2024 – Winnipeg, MB – The Professional Truck Training Alliance of Canada (PTTAC) is pleased to announce its commitment to the transportation industry. Founded by...
On December 6th I attended the Annual meeting of the Task Force on Vehicle Weights and Dimensions in Montreal. The purpose of the meeting is to receive updates from Provincial, Territorial, and federal governments on their status with complying...
Construction zones on our highways are frequent sights, but they can also be danger zones for drivers and construction workers. Safety in these areas isn't merely a suggestion; it's a moral and legal imperative. To highlight the critical significance...

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