Thank you driver, we all need to work together!!

I want to start of by saying I hope everyone is healthy in these trying and unprecedented times, both physically and mentally. Times like this, that none of us...

Let’s talk S.M.A.R.T.E.R. Goals for the year 2020

Everyone has heard of SMART Goals but what are SMARTER  Goals? By this time of year the New Years Resolutions or Goals have wore off for many and have lost...

Trucking Network Kicks Off 2020 Job Fair Season

The trucking event season has kicked off with the first Trucking Network Job Fair launching in March 2020. The Brampton job fair held at the Pearson Convention Centre was...

Money & Self-Worth

Few subjects strain our personal self-worth more than financial problemsespecially as we experience manifestations and symptoms of those problems. The least problematic is embarrassment.Theincreased financial cost (fees & penalties),...

Companies need Protection from high, unregulated tow fees in emergency situations

On a stormy late afternoon in the Greater Toronto Area late in February, a truck came around a bend in the road and saw the road blocked in front...

Drivers

Drivers`In this article, it is important as a driver to know what to look for when applying for work for a commercial driver.  Drivers should know what they. Want...

Deductible Buydown Insurance. Is it Really Worth the Investment?

Accidents can happen anywhere, anytime, and more fleets have been forced to raise their deductible to help maintain affordable premiums. Deductible buydown insurance has become a popular solution to...

Keep On Trucking Through COVID-19 Pandemic

The world is changing. We have seen the icebergs melting causing our water levels to rise significantly from Global Warming. The ups and downs of the new Trans Mountain...

COVID-19 with ongoing Truck Driver Shortage is a threat to Food Supply Chain

Supermarket customers keep on packing their carts in light of the coronavirus pandemic, driving chains like Loblaws, Fortinos and Walmart to set early closing times to restock their racks....

Humboldt Crash Driver Sued by Injured Humboldt Player and Province of Alberta

On April 6, 2018, sixteen people were killed and thirteen injured when a northbound coach bus struck a westbound semi-trailer truck near Armley, Saskatchewan, Canada. The driver of the...