Truck News


  • Harry Rudolfs

    Travels With Lucas, and cool bike want to ride a cool bicycle?

    November 26, 2014 3:55PM by Harry Rudolfs

    When are two wheels better than eighteen? When you’re parked in some forsaken industrial park and your truck is going to be tied up in the dock for hours if not until tomorrow, and you want to get something to

  • Earl Galavan

    Reversing – Serious Business

    November 24, 2014 4:30PM by Earl Galavan

    It’s not every day you take a call from the Coroner’s office, and it is certainly not one I expected. It did, however, start an interesting chain of events. The story was tragic, and completely preventable – an elderly pedestrian

  • Tibor Shanto

    Perfection Is Overrated

    November 23, 2014 5:25PM by Tibor Shanto

    By Tibor Shanto –  While I am sure that this is not limited to sales people, they are the group I get to observe most, thousands to date in fact. One thing I see over and over again is the amount of

  • Kevin Snobel


    November 20, 2014 7:43PM by Kevin Snobel

    So Poor Buffalo received over 6 feet of snow yesterday and are receiving more today. I have been speaking with a lot of drivers that were stranded in the mess. Here is my little take on the EMERGENCY. 1) I

  • Tibor Shanto

    What’s Your Recovery Period?

    November 16, 2014 6:26PM by Tibor Shanto

    By Tibor Shanto –  No one likes rejection, and I would argue few professions have to put up with as much rejection as sales people do. We face rejection throughout the sale, from the time we try to prospect and engage with

  • Lee Palmer

    I love fresh thinking

    November 13, 2014 1:01PM by Lee Palmer

    We’ve been doing a little reorganizing at our office and made space for a treat table of sorts. Often people bring in donuts or muffins and now we have a designated place to share these snacks, healthy and not so

  • Tibor Shanto

    The Best Day To Prospect Is Not Someday!

    November 11, 2014 8:02PM by Tibor Shanto

    By Tibor Shanto –  I was talking to a rep the other day, he was telling me about his approach to structuring his week to help him succeed. He set certain activities to specific days, and filled in the rest of the

  • Roger McKnight

    What “direction” are crude, diesel and gasoline prices going?

    November 11, 2014 3:55PM by Roger McKnight

    I may have overstepped the mark last week when I dropped the Goldman Sachs crystal ball, which exploded and broke into pieces on all of their corporate toes – call it oil’s form of road rage. We have all experienced

  • Lee Palmer

    A Good Start to the Day

    November 10, 2014 4:43PM by Lee Palmer

    On my way in to work each morning, I typically start my day with a drive thru coffee at Tim Hortons. I have 2 potential spots on my drive from the Kipling Queensway area in Toronto to the airport area.

  • Ray Haight

    Making Progress

    November 10, 2014 11:28AM by Ray Haight

    As some of you may recall I have been working with a fifty-driver carrier who contacted me for some consulting services for their growing company. I have called this company Freight Haulers Express (FHE) for the purposes of their anonymity

  • Carolina Billings

    I know why the caged tiger paces

    November 7, 2014 9:41AM by Carolina Billings

    I meet several people in my every day journey with different personalities and different competencies. We all know them, we are all one of them – we all play a role in the production that is life. There is an

  • Mike McCarron

    The Bottom Line: Spam is dead. Long live spam.

    November 6, 2014 8:00AM by Mike McCarron

    Canadian Anti-Spam Law lightens inbox

  • Doug Marcello

    Punitive Damages in Corporate Liability Claims

    November 2, 2014 6:48PM by Doug Marcello

    Punitive damages are often asserted in transportation lawsuits based upon the claims we discussed last week—hiring, training, supervision, entrustment and retention. Claims for punitive damages require more than mere “negligence” and are brought for various reasons. While “punitive damages” is

  • Tibor Shanto

    3 Signs Of Bad Phone Breath

    November 2, 2014 6:19PM by Tibor Shanto

    By Tibor Shanto –  No one likes cold calling, well most don’t, so you can stop writing that e-mail telling me that you’re the exception that proves the rule. I don’t like it, I know it is god’s punishment to sales people,

  • Dan Goodwill

    Some Takeaways from the 2014 Surface Transportation Summit – Economic and Trucking Trends

    October 30, 2014 2:43PM by Dan Goodwill

    A sold out crowd attended the 2014 Surface Transportation Summit at the Mississauga Convention Centre on October 15. This year’s conference had 30 speakers and panelists and two networking tracks. While I was not able to attend all of the