TORONTO, Ont. -- There is a whole subset of truck drivers who don’t work directly for a fleet, but enjoy steady work with flexible hours and generally a little more freedom. Still others are hooked up with prime companies that offer top pay and great benefits. They fall under the umbrella of driver services.
TORONTO, Ont. — Steering hasn’t been considered a chore since “armstrong” steering went the way of the Caterpillar truck engine. Before hydraulic power steering became commonplace in the 1980s, drivers had to plant their feet firmly on the floor and […]
TORONTO, Ont. -- American truckers often rely on fuel additives to address poor-quality diesel. But is there a need for fuel additives in Canada?