January 2011 News Archive

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that nearly 300,000 truck driving positions are expected to become available between 2008 and 2018.

In light of recent winter storms, some commercial vehicle operators are offering their advice on dealing with inclement weather to other members of their industry.

Many professional truck drivers are more focused on doing their jobs than preserving their own well-being.

Truck drivers are often tasked with carrying cargo all over the country.

As part of an increased focus on trucker health and eco-friendliness, many companies are beginning to examine the possibilities that may be afforded by hybrid vehicles.

Drivers honored for truck driving safety

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

Safety directors who wish to ensure their employees' well-being on the road may want to consider enrolling them in compliance safety training for truck drivers.

Transportation professionals who wish to rise up in their industry may benefit from compliance training for truck drivers.

In recent months, legislators have paid a great deal of attention to truck driving safety.

Since CSA 2010 was implemented, many members of the transportation industry have been searching for ways to ensure that they are complying with these and other forthcoming regulations.

CSA 2010 addresses tire maintenance

Friday, January 21st, 2011

Many truck drivers are so focused on delivering their loads on time that they sometimes forget to make routine safety checks on their vehicles.

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