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Deadline nearing for PMTC award entries

OAKVILLE, Ont. -- The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada is seeking out flashy rigs, safe fleets and established...

OAKVILLE, Ont. — The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada is seeking out flashy rigs, safe fleets and established professionals to be honoured for the 2006 PMTC Awards. Entries are being accepted up until May 1 for the three main categories.

PMTC & 3M Vehicle Graphics Design Awards Competition
Co-sponsored by 3M Canada’s Commercial Graphics Division, the Vehicle Graphics Design Awards recognize fleet operators and graphic design companies who graphically enhance their vehicles. The competition is open to all Canadian fleet operators and awards are presented in six categories: Tractor Trailer Combination; Straight Truck; Special Events/Promotion; Night-Time Safety, Light Duty Commercial Truck and Identity Fleet Graphics.

PMTC & Cancom Hall of Fame for Professional Drivers
Sponsored by Cancom Tracking, the Driver Hall of Fame was established to recognize superior over the road performance of drivers employed by members of the PMTC. Candidates for the Hall of Fame must be nominated.

PMTC & Zurich Private Fleet Safety Award
The Private Fleet Safety Awards program was created by Zurich and the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada to encourage improved road safety for the general public and promote best practices in private fleet safety management. The awards recognize the private truck fleets most committed to safety improvement, especially where they exceed National Safety Code requirements. This year’s competition is open to all Canadian private truck fleets, PMTC membership is not a requirement.

All entry forms can be submitted electronically on the PMTC Web site at Further information or questions can be directed to the PMTC office at 905-827-0587 or

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