Wednesday, February 19, 2020
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...
Commercial insurance is a popular topic among those in the trucking industry and other commercial sectors in the economy. In response to the increasing attention pertaining to commercial insurance, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has formed the National...
With only weeks staying until the U.S. Spot's CDL Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse rule produces results, enlistment numbers for the online framework armadas and drivers must utilize are likely not where they should be for a smooth progress, which...
(Dec. 13, 2019) -- Ontario’s Auditor General has highlighted the lack of drug and alcohol testing for commercial truck drivers. The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) continues to push the federal government for a mandatory drug and alcohol testing program...
(Dec. 8, 2019) -- The Auditor General of Ontario has highlighted several key areas to advance road safety and improve trucking industry compliance in the Annual Auditor General’s report, namely increased oversight and effective enforcement on the small contingent of...
DID YOU REALIZE THAT THE TRUCKING BUSINESS ENCOUNTERED ITS FIRST BLAST IN CANADA BY TAKING AN INTEREST IN THE WAR EXERTION? THIS PART, WHICH CURRENTLY SHIP 70% OF THE MERCHANDISE IN NORTH AMERICA, WAS TO BE SURE LIABLE FOR...
Four reviews declared in November by Daimler Trucks North America, Volvo Trucks and Paccar influence in excess of 6,500 Western Star, Volvo and Peterbilt tractors, as per National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports. DTNA gave two separate reviews of Western...
A noteworthy number of short-haul armadas will quit utilizing electronic logging gadgets if the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration makes proposed changes to the long periods of-administration (HOS) rule, as indicated by a review by EROAD. The organization's HOS...
The level of transporters as yet running programmed locally available account gadgets (AOBRDs) has dropped to only 3 percent in the U.S., as indicated by a FreightWaves study led related to EROAD and CarrierLists. This number has stayed under...
Self-driving trucks may have once appeared to be a cutting edge vision. In any case, as of late, they've started taking to the street — and their suggestions for the work showcase, and long stretch truck drivers specifically, could be...

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