Starting Monday March 18th, 2019 Manitoba Spring Road Restrictions take effect. As always, we want our fleet to be in full compliance at all times.
The sheer amount of driving we do as truck drivers necessitate that we practice safe driving habits for the safety of everyone on the road.
Even if you’re not the “make a New Year’s Resolution” type – you have things you want to achieve this year. The first step to reaching your goals is to define them, and then, make a plan.
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The advancement of smartphones is one of the best things that has happened to trucking! There’s now so much information at our fingertips it’s hard to imagine we did our jobs without them
Picking the right gift can be a time consuming and difficult task. Let us help you find the perfect gift for the trucker on your list with these great gift ideas. Toaster Oven A toaster oven is a perfect gift for any trucker. It's a great way not only to heat up meals [...]
For Canadian truck drivers working south of the border, November 22nd is just another day at the office, but for our American friends, it's Thanksgiving. This is most likely going to delay your week in one form or another. First off, many shippers and receivers will be closed for the holiday, so getting deliveries done [...]
Life on the road shouldn’t eat into your wallet more than it needs to. After all, you work hard and sacrifice a lot to get the job done, so why should your lifestyle eat into your hard-earned dollars?
Trucking in the Winter Winter trucking is challenging. Between storms, unpredictable road surface conditions, mountains, and just the effect that the extreme cold has on the equipment - this job can kinda suck in the winter months. It's important to plan. Trip planning is, which includes checking weather conditions, is vital for getting there on time [...]
In this example, the failure at the end of the trip is a direct result of the very beginning of the trip. He needed an earlier start. An hour to hour and a half late start in Winnipeg two days earlier affected the last mile 2000 miles away.