Drivers’ Health

Drivers’ Health – Risks   Like other careers, truck driving is not without its risks. Owing to the number of miles truckers drive, the obvious danger is being involved in Read more…

Specialty Trucks

Trucks modified to haul anything from logs to oversized equipment adorn our roads. We live in a world that relies on machines and in many cases those machines have to Read more…

Dump Trucks

Dump Trucks are used almost exclusively for short-haul work. A Class 3 licence is required for most dump truck driving, but more and more dump trucks pull a pups. These Read more…

Refrigerated trailers – Refrigeration Units

Refrigerated trailers tend to be used less in long haul and more so in short haul work. If temperature sensitive product is shipped long haul, it is often not in Read more…

Flat Deck

Operating flat deck trailers and trucks often requires a great deal more work for the driver, than hauling a van trailer. Loads have to be strapped down, tarped and checked Read more…

Hauling Vans

When driving trucks, vans comprise the largest number of trailers. Most freight that is carried on trailers is not temperature sensitive, thus vans can be loaded with anything from dog Read more…

Short Haul Trucking

  Short haul truck driving can be defined as operating within 200-300 kilometres of the driver’s home terminal. Drivers operate a day cab unit and for the most part, are Read more…

Long Haul Trucking

Long haul truck driving can be defined as farther than 200-300 kilometres from the driver’s home terminal. Drivers operate a truck with a sleeper unit and in many instances, are Read more…