What’s New in Trucking – Trucking News from April 2024

As we enjoy some our wet spring, a much needed wet spring, lets take a look at what's new in trucking from April. If you missed important industry news, fear not, we got you covered! Grab a coffee and see the headlines we thought were important.

What’s New in Trucking – From March 2024 Trucking News

Let’s take a look at the industry news from a busy March with news about truck parking, regulation enforcement, and more.

2024 CVSA International Roadcheck

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Administration (CVSA) will hold Roadcheck 2024 on May 14-16, 2024. This year, Roadcheck will focus on two priorities - tractor protection systems and alcohol and controlled substance possession.

Tasty and Quick – Meatloaf Singles

Do you love meatloaf? Who doesn’t? It’s easy to make, easy to store, and reheats well, which makes it perfect for a truck driver's schedule. Not to mention, ground beef is a wonderful source of protein.

What’s New in Trucking – January 2024 Trucking News

As the new year unfolds, the regulatory landscape continues to evolve, impacting operations across the board.

What’s New in Trucking – From December Trucking News

Let's look at the trucking news that we think are the most compelling news stories shaping the trucking industry from December. From parking issues, to predatory towing, to infrastructure announcements - December was a busy time in trucking!

CVSA 2024 Enforcement Blitzes

The CVSA has its 2024 schedule for its major safety enforcement initiatives. These initiatives include the International Roadcheck, Operation Safe Driver, and Brake Safety Week.

Snowflakes and Wrenches: Revving Up for Winter Maintenance

You may or may not know that our Maintenance Manager Alex Downey publishes a quarterly article in Western Canada Highway News magazine. Below is an excerpt from his article that was just published in the Winter Edition beginning on page 76.

What’s New in Trucking – September 2023 Trucking News

The autumn colours are here, winter is around the corner, and we’re heading into a busier time of year. So, it’s understandable of you missed some trucking news.

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