Sign up today for your free Shell ROTELLA SuperRigs 2006 calendar and Shell Canada Products are offering visitors to the blog a free Shell ROTELLA SuperRigs 2006 Calendar.
While it may already be March, this calendar is a true collector’s item. It features some of the snazziest work trucks from across North America. The images will truly blow you away. The trucks featured in the calendar were participants in the ROTELLA SuperRigs competition, held at the 75 Chrome Shop in Wildwood, Fla. The calendar features 14 stunning photographs of the trucks, which were shot on location in the Sunshine State.
While the calendar is highly sought after – even with a retail price of $10.95 – Shell Canada Products has made a number of these calendars available for free to visitors to the blog!
If you would like to receive one, be one of the first 150 people to send your mailing address to me at Please enter ‘Calendar Offer’ in the subject line. We’ll take care of the rest and Shell will send you this collector’s item.

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James Menzies is editor of Today's Trucking. He has been covering the Canadian trucking industry for more than 20 years and holds a CDL. Reach him at or follow him on Twitter at @JamesMenzies.

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  • Great magazine luv reading it every month
    especially the story on the trucker who got lost in the blizzard

  • Employed each year as a security patrol officer on the Ice Road in the Northwest Territories and enjoy your magazine on up to date trucking issues. Recently retired from the RCMP and obtained my Class 1 lic and looked foreward to doing some trucking, however, all companys want a min of 2 years experience. If you can’t get into a truck to gain the experience, how do companys plan on filling the voids of retiring drivers with all the expericence. They seem to forget that their drivers with all the experience hauled their first load sometime !

  • *in responce to ken muray,your best chance to get a job as a biginer whod be to work for a smal compagnie start by doing local driving or if you can get gouverment authorise school diploma it whod incraesed your chance to get what you whant.good luck

  • Hey guys you doing a great job all of U updating us with fantastice truck news and i will glad to see Truck Calander 2006. Keep up the good jobs. Thank You