Personal Safety By Guy Broderick

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“What you can really do to prevent winter mishaps” It is normal at this time of the year for drivers, mechanics and other transportation worker to really study the rubber on their equipment. Yeah drivers do inspect tires daily but do they inspect their own footwear. All you have to do is ask any JHSC […]

Ticket Tip-By Guy Broderick

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This month’s tip is on saving you and your company money by avoiding a ticket from your local law enforcement agency.   Every driver has been in this situation “you just made a delivery and you next call is just down the street.  You decide you are going the leave your barn doors open until […]

Giving Back-Why drivers feel the need to give back to their communities.

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It is the time of the year when people from all walks of life like to help in their communities – including drivers and the companies they work for. From helping at charity food drives with their company’s equipment to sponsoring a local sports team with their driver as a coach or manager, there is […]

The new Peterbilt 579 Daycab-This new world truck is put to a real world test.

A full week and almost 2300 km Later this driver gives this unit a thumbs up. It was just last October in Las Vegas Nevada the American Truck Dealers Commercial Truck of the Year Awards announced the new Peterbilt 579 was in the running for the truck of the year.  Coming from a professional driver […]

Picking the Right Truck Driving School -They are all not created equal

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I have been involved with the trucking industry for almost thirty years and during that time have been conducting road test and training for various companies I have been employed with during my career. Driving today is quite different than it was only 20 years ago here in Ontario.  Back then Hwy 5 was a […]

Hockey, Snowmobiling, and Skiing Are the Joys of a Canadian Winter.

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Driving on snow covered icy roads, not so much. We can be either victims of our harsh Canadian winters slipping sliding out of control or we can master our roadways and be professionals in every sense of the word. These are just some tips I have picked up during my 28 years driving career. First […]

Guy H.Broderick-Biography

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I was exposed to the world of transportation while working my first summer job for a private fleet at the age of 16 years old.   During that time I started to learn how to operate equipment of a variety of sizes. At the age of 18 years old I obtain my first commercial licence […]