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Licence testers keep on flunking

TORONTO –- Ontario commercial drivers waiting for the strike to end at the province's 93 DriveTest sites will have to just keep on waiting.

ATA gets Newspaper of Record to correct the record

ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- The American Trucking Associations is asking a major newspaper to correct several factual errors in articles that skewed the trucking industry's crash record and portrayed it to be against highway safety.

Truck aftermarket comes to NA from Down Under

MELBOURNE, Australia -- General Pneumatics of Australia is rolling out its contamination removal products to the North American heavy-duty truck aftermarket.

Alberta truckers urged to vote on WCB pricing options

CALGARY -- The WCB has offered general trucking employers in Alberta the ability to determine the pricing structure for its industry.

Haldex merges business units

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Haldex Commercial Vehicle Systems will combine its Brake Controls and Air Management Business divisions into a new Air Controls Business unit.

A $10-million ferry tale

NORTH SYDNEY, N.S. –- By this time next year, all double-decker ferries in North Sydney will be able to load and unload upper and lower decks simultaneously.


In This Issue

A look at Ontario's mandatory out-of-service quotas (Yup. They exist.), by Rolf Lockwood. Plus, a special focus on drivers, from retention to training — including the best fleets to drive for. And Jim Park explains how to choose the engine displacement that's best for you. That and much more in the April issue of Today's Trucking.


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