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Volvo Trucks Launches Comprehensive Volvo Blue Service Contract to North American Customers 

Volvo Trucks North America announced today that the Volvo Blue service contract — its adaptive, dealer managed service plan, which is paired with enhanced...

BC Confirms Federal ELD Mandate Enforcement Effective January 1, 2023

Effective January 1, 2023, Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement (CVSE) officers will begin enforcing the federal Electronic Logging Device (ELD) mandate for federally regulated carriers,...

Driving When the Days get Shorter

Shorter days don’t just mean cooler temperatures and colourful leaves. They also mean more time driving in the dark. Whether you’re setting out at sunrise...

Michigan to Test Roads with Underground Coils for EV Charging

By: Desi Trucking Staff A Detroit roadway where electric cars and trucks can recharge via a wireless device while traveling or parked is planned as...

Will Carlisle Promoted to Executive VP – South

Dobbs Truck Group announced the promotion of Will Carlisle to Dobbs Truck Group Executive Vice President - South. Will has 23 years of industry...

What to Look Forward to in 2023

By: G. Ray Gompf, CD The year 2023 could become the transition year for many in the trucking industry. MELT is proving to be the...

Tim Hortons to offer free hot beverages to veterans and Canadian Armed Forces members in recognition of Remembrance Day

Tim Hortons is proud to announce that Tims restaurant owners across Canada will offer free hot beverages to veterans and Canadian Armed Forces members on Nov. 11 in...

Ocean Trailer’s New Mission Branch Grand Opening

Ocean Trailer, Western Canada’s premier trailer specialist, officially opened its newest location in Mission, BC in October of this year. As with all their...

Canada Removes Covid-19 Border Restrictions

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Canadian government has taken a layered approach to border management to protect the health and safety of...

Death of Cyclist Causes Vancouver City to Pass New Truck Requirements

By: Jag Dhatt Weeks after a tragic accident that left a cyclist dead, the City of Vancouver is now requiring all trucks owned or contracted...

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