Is automating HoS a smart investment? Watch our informative webinar available now
TORONTO, Ont. — Hours of service , and how each fleet handles this critical issue, will be one of the most important differentiators in the Canadian marketplace in the years to come.
As the economy improves and demand for trucking services grows, drivers will once again become a limited resource that can have a negative effect on fleet growth plans.
How can we deal with this limited resource in a more efficient, more effective and perhaps less costly manner?
Join us for an informative webinar as we explore how three Canadian fleets have automated their hours of service using Shaw Tracking’s solution. The folks you will be hearing from were directly involved in the implementation with their companies and will share valuable insights on both the challenges and benefits.
The webinar is now available on demand starting on trucknews.com. Simply scroll down to our “Learning Centre” video module and click on the webinar to watch.
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Ive been trying to figur out exactly how does electronic log book work, & how do I go about/where to go, to get started in this field.
my understanding is we can use a laptop/home PC , if so, WHERE can I get a CD driver to install this program onto my computer in order to get started