TORONTO, Ont. - Truck World organizers have released program details for the show, to be held Apr. 15-17 at the International Centre in Toronto. On Apr. 15, a seminar will be held on 'Meeting the Mode...
TORONTO, Ont. –Truck World organizers have released program details for the show, to be held Apr. 15-17 at the International Centre in Toronto. On Apr. 15, a seminar will be held on ‘Meeting the Modern Challenge of the Vocational Truck.’ The seminar will focus on key areas beyond the basic performance requirements that need to be addressed while spec’ing, organizers say.
On Apr. 16 a fleet forum will be held on ‘Sleep Issues: the Coming Regulatory Regime.’ The session will take a look at impending testing requirements for sleep disorders and how they will impact fleets.
On Apr. 17, a seminar will be offered for owner/operators on how to calculate your cost-per-mile. There will also be a seminar on ‘The Road Ahead: Not Your Grandfather’s Driving Job’ on the same day, which will explore the way the professional driving career is evolving. For a complete schedule and to register for the show, visit www.truckworld.ca.
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