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Jul

2 Things To Know About Upgrading From An A to An AZ Licence

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Many people assume that once they have gotten their truck and trailer leasing, they can now drive anything they want. It would be quite simple if that were the case, but unfortunately, also quite dangerous. Many people start out with a class A licence and then graduate onto other classes. Each time you get a new licence, there are new educational and experience requirements that go along with them. If you are thinking about upgrading from an A to an AZ licence and would like to know what that entails, below are four things you should know before attempting to upgrade. Restricted Class A Licence The Restricted Class A licence (condition R) is specifically meant for drivers who are operating smaller truck-trailer combos. These include recreational, horse or utility trailers. If you have this licence you are also permitted to drive a car or a light truck covered by a…

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7
Jan

Five Safety Tips for Hauling Heavy Loads

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Safety Tips For Heavy Loads

When it comes to hauling heavy loads, there’s little room for mistakes. This is an extremely dangerous job that takes the right driver and the right safety measures. One small slip-up could cause you to lose your license or even worse, cause a fatality. Before you set off on the open road to transport your goods, here are five safety tips for hauling heavy loads. Know the rules Familiarize yourself with the regulatory requirements in each province or state you will travel through. Regulations may vary geographically, and you don’t want to incur any unnecessary tickets or brushes with authority…

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Jan

Seven Benefits to Renting VS Buying Trucks

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Renting VS Buying Trucks

Although many who work in the trucking industry prefer to own their vehicle, it may be hard to purchase your truck outright. Instead of rushing to obtain a loan, you may want to think about renting a rig. Renting a truck is akin to renting a place to live. When you rent an apartment, you pay your landlord monthly and in return you’re given somewhere to call home. Your landlord will take care of any maintenance issues like broken heaters and leaky faucets, and should you need to move out, will provide you with a reference. When you rent a…

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