The October edition of Today’s Trucking is on the street, as are federal politicians. The Canadian Trucking Alliance knows what it wants you to ask them, and we’ve profiled their wish list in our Dispatches section. Equipment editor Jim Park discusses the steps needed to finance unusual equipment and reefers alike. He’ll also take you on a test drive of Hino’s Baby 8, while editorial director John G. Smith offers insights into mobile concrete pumps, Navistar’s Vision for the future, and Daimler’s bid to improve the customer experience. The entire reading experience is just a click away!
The latest digital edition of Today’s Trucking is now live, and it’s only appropriate that a digital edition would discuss virtual trucking. Editorial director John G. Smith explores the emerging role of simulators and VR devices in driver training. Equipment editor Jim Park discusses differences in Canadian and U.S. ELD rules, as well as operations that prefer (significantly) older trucks. There are insights into new accessibility laws for federally regulated fleets, Link Mfg.’s smarter suspension, and news of a national insurance review. All this and more are just a click away.
The August edition of Today’s Trucking is ready just in time, delivering the latest news on Canada’s pending mandate for electronic logging devices (ELDs). Editorial director John G. Smith explores this issue, as well as the way data can generate real-world safety improvements. Equipment editor Jim Park keeps things rolling with a focus on wheel maintenance and the steps to avoid wheel end fires. There’s a profile of Andy Transport’s Andreea Crisan, an exclusive interview with Michelin’s Laurent Bourrut, and a peek at innovation by ZF. All this and more is just a click away.