TORONTO, Ont. — The Canadian Trucking Alliance has prepared an Hours of Service reference book to assist drivers, trainers and managers understand the new Canadian rules, which come into affect Jan. 1. The book incorporates the interpretation guidelines that will be used by enforcement officers, and also includes explanations of the US rules and tips for fatigue management together with the detailed regulations for both Canada and the US.
The handbook will be available from the Ontario Trucking Association for $15 (plus tax) for members and $17 (plus tax) for non-members starting Nov. 16. The book can be purchased by calling 416-249-7401 ext. 223, e-mailing email@example.com. or at the online OTA Store www.ontruck.org/store.
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