Even a cold winter day doesn’t stop dedicated truckers nationwide from working hard to deliver essential goods to the most remote places. Our Marketing Specialist, Duane Sahadat, had the chance to catch up with the professional truck driver, Lisa Kelly, to talk about the holidays, Alaska, and, of course, trucking!
October 21, 2021
I was asked by a major client to confirm what is the difference between a driver operating a commercial vehicle during an emergency vs driving in adverse conditions in Canada.
With the winter’s arrival, knowing how to drive safely on ice or with snow requires drivers to be better prepared than perhaps they need to be at any other time of year.
With that goal in mind, I have included some common sense safe winter driving tips that you should consider adopting.
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Truck driving is one of the most accident-prone professions in the U.S. Furthermore, in winter, the risks and dangers intensify, as snow, ice, and freezing temperatures reduce tire traction and visibility on the road. Even the most experienced truck drivers can struggle with icy roads. Unfortunately, winter is unavoidable. This is why it is vital to implement preventative safety measures to stay safe in snowy conditions. Below are nine ways you can prepare for winter as a truck driver and winterize your equipment to minimize weather risks.Read More »9 Ways to Winterize Your Trucking Fleet
It’s no secret that winter weather creates many hazards for everyone on the road…especially commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers. You never know what to expect when driving in the winter; the roads are covered in snow, you’re driving through icy conditions, and the weather changes fast. It’s important for drivers to be prepared for anything.