Whether you’re talking EOBRs, cell phones or CB laws, some regulations are just itching to be broken, writes Rolf Lockwood.
The BCGEU campaign has taken data out of context and presented it to the public with only one conclusion: trucks are bad.
Are we losing respect for each other on the road? Spot Canuck talks driving etiquette amongst drivers.
There are advantages to having a speed limiter, blogs Guy Broderick.
Fuel is one of the biggest costs in trucking. Blogger Dan Dickey shares some tricks on how to conserve fuel and save money.
Just last week, my wife Helena and I found ourselves in the produce aisle of a major grocery store located within walking and smelling distance of the Ontario Food Terminal. And we couldn’t find any fresh tomatoes. None. We found […]
Our new blogger Dan Dickey explains why keeping an eye on your fuel percentage can make or break you.
The powers that be aren’t perfect, but why so many repeat offenders?
A few tips to help you save some money, downtime and aggravation in a tow situation.
Blogger Dave MacNevin tells us what the trucking needs to promote and sell to the general public. If you love this industry, you will understand, writes Dave.
Winnipeg St. Boniface Councillor Dan Vandal has inspired me with his recent campaign to ban trucks from Provencher Blvd.
Warranty can be one of the most difficult issues for anyone – drivers, owners, fleet managers, and, honestly, it can be difficult for dealers, too.
Broken down on the side of Highway 400, Steve Rock decided to conduct a quick survey to see who moved over.