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Tips for Starting Your Job Search for a Trucking Job as a New Driver

Tips for Starting Your Job Search for a Trucking Job as a New Driver Female-Truck-Driver

Are you in a truck driving school right now wondering where you will find a job when you finish your course? Many students are wondering about that fact and I often find students take a lazy daisy approach to finding a job. In fact not only do many take a wait and see attitude but […]

PMTC and TTSAO disappointed with Ontario’s decision to delay implementation of the Manual Restriction

PMTC and TTSAO disappointed with Ontario’s decision to delay implementation of the Manual Restriction Striving for Excellence in Training

The Province of Ontario is currently the only jurisdiction in all of Canada and the United Statesthat allows someone to take their class A road test in an automatic or automated manualtransmission, and if passed, provide them with a fully unrestricted license. This allows them todrive a standard truck, with possibly as many as 18 […]

Truck Driver Training is an Investment

Truck Driver Training is an Investment New-driver-Picture

If you can’t back up here, you won’t be able to back up in New Jersey! Since Mandatory Entry Level Training came into effect a few years ago it was meant to make our roads safer by ensuring that the drivers on the road had a certain amount of training. Unfortunately people are always trying […]

Why Must I Take Entry Level Training to Become a Truck Driver?

Why Must I Take Entry Level Training to Become a Truck Driver? Students-in-class

Why must I take “Entry Level Training” (E.L.T.) to become a truck driver when I have someone who can teach me at home? That’s a question we get often at the Truck Training School Association of Ontario. Having a parent or other family member train you to get your licence was common practice in previous […]

Are You Creating Fraudulent Activity Without Even Knowing It?

Are You Creating Fraudulent Activity Without Even Knowing It? Foreign Workers

School fraud comes in many different forms and often goes unnoticed if a school is small or not keeping close records. School fraud can come from funnelling money through a specific area without good records as to where the money went. Fraud can also come in the form of dummy invoices for expenses or supplies […]

Manual Transmissions-The Additional Question for Your School

Manual Transmissions-The Additional Question for Your School Driver-shifting-gears

As if there wasn’t enough questions to ask that school that you are looking at taking your training with you now have to ask about the type of trucks they have in the fleet. A new person investigating training may not even know or care about the trucks in a fleet for a training facility […]

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