TORONTO, Ont. – Most surveyed members of Canada’s trucking industry feel supported by their coworkers and are relatively happy with their jobs. Their feelings about regulatory burdens are another story. In the latest monthly Pulse survey of Today’s Trucking readers, […]
TORONTO, Ont. – Surveyed members of Canada’s trucking industry are confident that emerging technology will make trucks safer than they are today – but lean toward thinking that differences are more likely to be realized in select situations than across […]
TORONTO, Ont. – About 72% of surveyed Today’s Trucking readers believe a truck’s entertainment options can be a valuable recruiting or retention tool – but they’re still looking for better options in the cab. Forty-four percent of the sample group […]
TORONTO, Ont. — Canada’s trucking industry appears to be bullish about the state of the economy this year, findings of the monthly Today’s Trucking Pulse Survey show. Still, people remain aware about potential threats. The driver shortage was cited by […]
TORONTO, Ont. — There are some unspoken rules of the road, the common courtesy that makes every drive a little more bearable, but is that sense of etiquette declining? Today’s Trucking readers who participated in this month’s Pulse Survey seem to believe so.
TORONTO, Ont. – Recent events are shining a light on driver training standards, with concerns that more needs to be done to ensure Class 1/A licence holders can operate safely. In this month’s reader survey, Today’s Trucking asked for opinions […]
TORONTO, Ont. — Safety is the key to running an efficient business. Accidents and injuries can cost time and money in insurance claims and lost productivity. In this month’s Pulse survey, we asked readers how they feel about safety in […]
TORONTO, Ont. — The economy is booming, truck capacity is tightening, and analysts are predicting a strong year for 2018. So is this the right time to expand your business? In March’s Pulse reader survey, we asked readers for their […]
TORONTO, ON — A lot of people make New Year’s resolutions to hit the gym and eat more vegetables, but it takes effort throughout the year to remain healthy — especially when it comes to life on the road. In this month’s Pulse Survey, Today’s Trucking asked for thoughts on health and wellness.