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Staying informed of the changes and news that affect the trucking industry helps you be a more professional truck driver. Here are some of the articles we found over the past couple of weeks that we think you should take a look at. Manitoba trucking industry wants higher mandatory standards for driver training The province [...]
Trucking is fast paced and if you blink you will miss something. We keep an eye on industry news and these are the things we thought were important and you should know.
The trucking industry provides a robust and secure career path for just about anyone who can put themselves through the training to obtain a Class 1 license. In the grand scheme of professional careers, the training is relatively short-lived with approximately 244 hours of schooling and an investment of between $9,000 and $12,000. You become a [...]
The season's change and so does trucking. Our fast-paced industry changes every day with new technology and regulations. Not everything changes – some of the same issues continue to be consistent challenges to trucking
The province of Manitoba is enacting new stiffer penalties for drivers using handheld devices while driving on November 1, 2018. Most jurisdictions have been increasing penalties for the past decade.
Every day there is some piece of new information that can help make our lives easier over the road, or complicate things more. As a professional truck driver, it's important that you stay up-to-date with everything that is going on, even if it's just a point of interest regarding the industry. We've put together a [...]
There is never a dull moment in the trucking industry. Here are a few things that you should check out if you haven't already. Researchers Developing Drowsy Driving Blood Test A recent study conducted at The Sleep Research Centre at the University of Surrey in England identified a subset of 68 genes in blood samples [...]