Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Occupied driving accidents increment by almost 50 percent, as per another investigation by Ohio State University's Risk Institute.  The investigation found diverted driving-related crashes are up to 49% in significant urban areas in the state and are increasingly extreme...
The Saskatchewan government reported it will execute compulsory section level driver preparing (MELT) gazing March 15 for anybody hoping to obtain a Class 1 business permit. "Saskatchewan has been attempting to enhance principles for preparing educational modules and driver...
The downfall of NAFTA was a stressing background for Fernando Paez, proprietor and CEO of Olympic Transport, which has manufactured an effective business out of trucking from Mexico to the U.S. what's more, Canada. Be that as it may, he's...
U.S. for-hire truck tonnage spiked 6.3% in October, posting a year-over-year increase of 9.5%. “After slowing at the end of the third quarter, truck freight surged in October,” said ATA chief economist Bob Costello. “Last month’s strength was due, at...
Preliminary Class 8 truck orders in North America totaled 27,500 in November, according to FTR, with the market winding down after five consecutive months topping 40,000 orders. Novembers order total was the lowest of the year and the lowest since September 2017,...
Class 8 orders fell pointedly in November, to 27,500 units, denoting the finish of five successive months surpassing 40,000 units, as indicated by primer information from FTR. November denoted the most minimal aggregate this year, and the weakest month...
Volvo Trucks this week reported another spec alternative, the "Payload Plus" bundle, for the Volvo VNR and VNL arrangement. Volvo says these new bundles give noteworthy weight reserve funds, amplifying payload and eco-friendliness in weight-delicate tanker, mass pull and...
Saskatchewan is blending its wide-base single tires (WBST) program with Ontario as part of a recent commitment between the provinces to improve internal trade.  In addition, the program is being expanded and made permanent. Saskatchewan Premier Scott...
The Ontario Trucking Association says it is satisfied the Ford Government was tuning in to the trucking business as it drafted its Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan. In the arrangement, reported today by Rod Phillips, Minister of Environment,...
Unless GDP growth stalls or declines, “we’re going to continue to see pressure on driver pay and rates into 2019,” says Gordon Klemp, president of the National Transportation Institute. Ongoing pay increases would follow a year of multiple wage jumps that Klemp projects will culminate...

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