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Bruce Outridge President Artist, Author, Consultant, Speaker Over the years I have been telling people especially those in the trucking industry that keeping up with technology should be of the utmost importance. With the pandemic in full swing the need has become...

Covid-19 Chaos

Covid-19 Chaos There is no doubt that we are at the beginning of a worldwide crisis that hasn't been seen since WW2. Th ere aren't that many alive now who were adults in those years so for the majority of...
On his first day in office United States President Joe Biden revoked the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. This project was designed to pump 830,000 barrels of Alberta tar sands oil daily to refineries on the Gulf Coast...
Don't be the victim of a scammer   The email started innocent enough. The question from the CEO asked if the employee had a moment to “get a task done.” The sender asked the reader to purchase eight eBay gift cards...
Canadian economy would be "negatively impacted" by a policy requiring all international truckers to self-isolate, regardless of their reason for travelling abroad. Organizations has been working with the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety to draft resources and...
The image of the Trucking Industry is one of those topics that have been discussed by those inside the industry as long as I can remember. When I first started driving 28 years ago the CB chatter was full...
President Grover Cleveland created the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) in 1887 to prohibit rate discrimination for customers of the railroad.  In 1906 the ICC was authorized to set maximum railroad rates and to oversee bridges, terminals, ferries and oil...
COLUMBUS, IN – In the release of its Commercial Vehicle Dealer Digest, ACT Research reported that the new low NOx Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) will impact the US commercial vehicle market, citing past regulatory examples. The report, which combines ACT’s...
As of February 21st, 2021, at 11:59:59 PM, it will be required for all travellers to submit their information electronically before or when entering Canada. Commercial transporters will continue to be able to submit the mandatory information before or...
Each spring since 1988, the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (“CVSA”) and its partner enforcement agencies engage in a seventy-two-hour inspection blitz where upwards of fifteen commercial motor vehicles are inspected each minute. To bring awareness to inspection categories, each...

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