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The Driver’s Seat videos now available individually on

TORONTO, Ont. -- Videos from The Driver's Seat online information video series are now available for indi...

TORONTO, Ont. — Videos from The Driver’s Seat online information video series are now available for individual sale on

The videos: CSA2010; Coupling/Uncoupling; Pre-Trip Underhood; Pre-Trip Exterior; and Pre-Trip In-Cab are now each available for $14.95. Just visit, select Online Store from the menu bar on the top and then choose Webinars from the drop-down menu. Or you can simply visit: You can then purchase the video of your choice using your credit card.

The informational videos feature Truck News personality Adam Ledlow learning how to safely perform truck-related tasks in an entertaining manner. They serve as a good refresher course for experienced drivers as well as a tutorial for entry-level drivers, and feature the expertise of trainers from KRTS Transportation Specialists.

The CSA2010 video features a full-length presentation by Truckload Carriers Association representative Jeff Davis, who presented at a recent Driving for Profit seminar.

The videos are also available on a subscription basis via CarriersEdge. Individual subscriptions cost just $7.99/month with volume discounts available to fleets that wish to incorporate the videos into their driver training programs. To sign up for a the subscription service, contact CarriersEdge at 905-530-2430.

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  1. Ron Buckingham Dispatcher for Jardine Transport says:

    I would like to comment on the use of CB radios . This is a true story . I was traveling west on TCH near Perth ,NB in the early hours of a cool fall morning in 1999
    when I heard someone call out on my CB . “hey west bound you got a copy?” . When I returned and said yes go ahead . He informed me that there was something on the road ahead of me and watch out it was large but he could’nt tell me what it was for he only seen it for a second . So to my suprise 3 or 4 kms west of that conversation I came across a large
    generator that was in my lane dead center . It was so large it had its own axle and hitch right there on the road and Of course I made a call to local law enforcement after I went by it. I cant help but wonder If my radio was not working or I just had it off what would have happened .
    I have been saved many times over the years by the radio just being on and not even talking on it just “keeping an ear on”as they say . CB radios have got to stay for SAFETY
    SAKE !

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