Why do Truckers Do That?

Trucks need lots of space to maneuver. As the man said, give me forty-acres, and I’ll turn this rig around. While that’s a slight exaggeration, it sometimes feels like an understatement.

September Trucking News

September was a busy month in trucking. We celebrated National Trucking Week, the numbers were released from the CVSA Roadcheck, and some more news about new potential ELD regulations.

What Do Successful Owner Operators Do?

Trucking is a tough business, but owning your own truck can be a great move forward in your trucking career. Truck ownership has plenty of financial potential. Plus, there’s nothing like the freedom of entrepreneurship!

CVSA Brake Safety Week 2022

Brake Safety Week is just around the corner taking place from August 21 to August 27, 2022. During Brake Safety Week, commercial motor vehicle inspectors conduct brake system inspections and their usual Level I & V inspections on large trucks and buses throughout North America to identify brake-system violations.

Trucking News February 2022

We can't say much about the weather in February but there was a lot happening in the industry news. So, if you've been too busy to catch all the industry news, don't worry - we have you covered!

Expanding our Fleet with Owner Operators

Expanding our Fleet with Owner Operators: Run your Business Like a Pro with Len Dubois As an Owner Operator, we know and understand the struggle when it comes to finding a company that will help build your business and maximize your earning potential. But for over 30 years, Len Dubois Trucking has been committed to [...]

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Canada Only Owner Operators

We are growing and have opportunities for Canadian-Only Owner-Operators. These lanes are Canadian runs that go from coast to coast. Typical runs last 10 -12 days providing owner-operators with an average of over 10,000 miles per month.

3 Myths Some Truckers Believe

Myths that some of us in trucking believe have unfortunate consequences and achieve the exact opposite of what we’d like to happen. Some trucking myths will cost money when we act on unfounded beliefs. Some misconceptions lead to significant safety hazards.

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