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Editor’s Note / sMpwdkI


Jag Dhatt

inally, the warmer days are here. Across our nation, there were unseasonal days that made us think, “Will fair weather not grace us soon?” Just a couple of weeks ago, while attending Truck World, we were (not) blessed with an unseasonable ice storm. Not what we were looking forward to – now, however, the clouds have begun to clear, bringing sunny skies, dry roads, and warmer weather. And for truckers, this is a definite welcome. Last month, a tragedy rocked Canada, when the team bus of the Humboldt Broncos collided with a semi truck. Many people lost their lives, while those who survived will have physical and emotional injuries to deal with. One victim that gets neglected is the driver of the semi truck, who, we have learned, has been devastated by the accident. There has been no conclusion of what caused this terrible accident, but regardless, our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families. In addition to our coverage of lubricants as our feature article, there are many other topics that are on the forefront of the transport industry. One of these is ELDs, which at this time, is crucial as its implementation comes to the USA before Canada. We would encourage you to send us your thoughts, views, and experiences with ELDs so that we can share these concerns with our readers through our various platforms. For all of our readers and supporters, be safe on the road. And of course, enjoy the warmer days. Aw^r grmIAW dI rùq Awx hI phuMcI hY[ pUry dyS ‘c mOsm dy imzwz vyK ky lgdw sI ik, kI swfw TMF qoN Cutkwrw nhIN hovygw? Ajy do ku hPqy pihlW dI g`l hY jdoN AsIN Truck World ‘c gey sI qW swnUM bymOsmI AweIs stOrm dw swhmxw krnw ipAw sI[ ieh ies qrHW dw mOsm vyiKAw ijs dw swnUM ic`q cyqw vI nhIN sI[ pr hux Asmwn swP ho irhw hY , AkwS ‘c vwhvw sUrj cmkxw SurU ho igAw hY[ sVkW qoN vI ig`l glOVw swP ho irhw hY Aqy mOsm ‘c vI grmI Aw rhI hY[ ij`QoN q`k tr`kW vwiLAW dI g`l hY aunHW leI qW ieh bhuq hI vDIAw SurUAwq hY[ ipCly hPqy ie`k duKWq ny knyfw nUM ihlw ky r`K id`qw[ieh duKdweI Gtnw aus smyN vwprI jdoN Humboldt Broncos kMpnI dI tIm b`s ie`k sYmI tr`k nwL jw tkrweI[ bhuq swry lokW dIAW jwnW AjWeIN cly geIAW[ ijhVy ies durGtnw ‘coN bcy bhuiqAW dy kwPI s`tW cotW vI l`gIAW Aqy ies iBAwnk hwdsy dw sihm aunHW dy mnW ‘c hnyrI vWg Cw igAw[ suxn ‘c AwieAw hY ik ies hwdsy dw iSkwr sYmI tr`k dw fRweIvr dw jIvn qihs nihs ho igAw hY[ Ajy ieh g`l swhmxy nhIN AweI ik hwdsw ikvyN Aqy iks dI glqI kwrn vwpirAw[pr kùJ vI hovy AsIN pIVq Aqy aunHW dy pirvwrW dI BlweI leI idloN Ardws krdy hW[ ies AMk ‘c AsIN lubrIkYNt vrgw mh`qvpUrn lyK ilAWdw hY[ ies qrHW dy hor vI bhuq swry msly hn ijnHW nwL ies ieMfstrI do cwr hoxw pYNdw hY[ ienHW sbMDI vI Awx vwLy smyN ‘c zrUr crcw krWgy[ sB qoN v`D mh`qvpUrn mslw hY ELDs dw[ ieh AmrIkw ‘c knyfw qoN pihlW cwlU ho rhIAW hn[AsIN cwhuMdy hW ik qusIN vI ELDs sbMDI Awpxy ivcwr Aqy Awpxy qzrby swfy nwL sWJy kro[ qW ik AsIN ienHW nUM Awpxy pwTkW nwL sWJy kr skIey[ Awpxy swry pwTkW Aqy mddgwrW nUM iehI bynqI hY ik sVk ‘qy c`lx smyN sur`iKAw Aqy Awpxy bcwA dw zrUr iKAwl r`Ko[ swfI kwmnw hY ik qusIN ienHW grmI dy idnW dw BrpUr AnMd mwxo!

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e get asked many times the question about transmissions, each with their own lubrication needs. The standards for engine oil have been in existence a relatively short time. proper lubrication for your truck. Should The standard in the industry is the Society of Automotive I use an economical lubricant? Should I Engineers (SAE) standards. change the oil more or less frequent? Should I get service from a dealer or independent SAE Number 20 through 50 are defined by their minimum shop? Do different lubricants really make a difference? and maximum cSt taken at 98.8°C. SAE 5W, 10W, 15W and 20W are “winter” service numbers and are described by their To really get to the heart of the matter, it’s better to understand the minimum and maximum centipoise at -18°C as determined by the science and history of lubricants. Only then, can an owner make the cold crank simulator. The “15W” number is the newest addition best decision for his or her truck for his or her purposes. Each lubricant has a specific task. Each crude oil from which to the system, being added by SAE at the request of some diesel the lubricant is refined has its own properties. It is as critically engine manufacturers and European automobile manufacturers. These companies found 10W too low in viscosity important to know the source of the crude for its for many engines and the heavy end of 20W too properties as it is to know the lubricant you use for - G. Ray Gompf, CD viscous for low temperature cranking. its particular task. It does no good to just grab a lubricant from the In 1947, The American Petroleum Institute (API) - Jag Dhatt adopted a system that divided motor oils into three shelf and expect that lubricant is going to solve the classes, depending on the properties of the oil. In problem. this system, the oils were classified as: When we think lubricants, we think engine oil, but there are other lubricant needs: Fifth wheel, wheel bearings, differentials, • Regular Type - a straight mineral oil 8

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hY[ ikauN ik ienHW kMpnIAW dw kihxw hY ik bhuq swrIAW vhIklW leI 15W bhuq G`t Aqyy 20 W bhuq v`D hY[ies leI ivckwr dw nMbr r`iKAw igAw hY[ 1947 ‘c AmYirkn pYtrolIAm ieMstIicaut jo ey pI AweI dy Coty nWA nwL jwxI jWdI hY v`loN ie`k ies qrHW dw isstm ApxwieAw igAw, ijs ‘c ieh iqMn SRyxIAW bxweIAW geIAW: · Regular Type - a straight mineral oil · Premium Type - contained oxidation inhibitors · Heavy Duty Type - contained oxidation inhibitors plus detergent/dispersant additive. · rYgUlr tweIp- ie`k is`Dw imnrl Awiel · pRImIAm- AwksIfySn ienihbtrz vwLw (ies dw mqlb hY ik AwksIjn dw qyl ‘qy pRqIkrm nw hovy) · hYvI ifautI iksm- ies ‘c AwksIfySn ienihbtrz dy nwL nwL iftrjYNt/ ifsprsYNt (DUMAW rihq pdwrQ) vI huMdw hY[ pihly isstm ‘c gYsolIn Aqy fIzl ieMjx sbMDI koeI AMqr nhIN sI huMdw[ nw hI ieh iKAwl r`iKAw jWdw sI TMFy Aqy grm mOsm dw[ pr API (ey pI AweI) v`loN 1952 ‘c ie`k nvW isstm ilAWdw igAw[ies ‘c gYsolIn vwLy ieMjxW dIAW iqMn SRyxIAw sn: ML, MM Aqy MS[ ies qrHW hI fIzl dIAW iqMn SRyxIAW sn DG, DM Aqy




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• Premium Type - contained oxidation inhibitors • Heavy Duty Type - contained oxidation inhibitors plus detergent/dispersant additive. This early system did not allow for the differences between gasoline and diesel engines, nor did it allow for different driving conditions such as cold weather “start and stop” operation. Consequently, API developed a new system in 1952. It included three classifications for gasoline engines: ML, MM and MS; and three classifications for diesel engines: DG, DM and DS. In 1969 and 1970, a joint effort by SAE, API and the ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) developed the presently used API Classification System. This system set test criteria using standardized laboratory engine testing and allows for future changes in motor oil requirements by offering an “open-ended” system. This system was formally adopted in 1970. It provided four gasoline classification: SA, SB, SC and SC; and four diesel classifications: CA, CB, CC and CD. In late 1970, classification SE was added to the system. As the result of severity problems in field service, the latest classification, SF, was added to the system in 1980. A few years ago, the CE classification for diesel engine oils was added. In 1955, the Caterpillar Tractor Company established their own specification called “Series 3”. This specification qualified an engine oil for severe diesel service. The US Military added one gasoline engine test to the “Series 3” requirements and established MIL-L45199B. This is equivalent to API Service Classification CD. In November 1970, two new military specifications were issued and all previous specifications became obsolete. These are the basic current military specifications: • MIL-L-46152 required the diesel engine testing of the old MIL-L=2104B specification plus the gasoline engine testing required of API Service SE engine oil. The addition of multi-viscosity grades of oil and the new SF requirements have been added to the current specification MIL-L-46152B. This specification is designed for non-tactical “post” vehicles. It is equivalent to API Service Classifications SF and CC. • MIL-L-2104D requires the diesel engine testing of the old MIL-L-45199B (Series 3) plus some gasoline engine testing that places the gasoline engine service of the oil somewhere between API Service SC and SD. The MIL-L-2104D oil is designated for tactical “combat” vehicles. Since it is basically a diesel engine oil it is usually thought of as equivalent to API Service Classification CD. Caterpillar Tractor Company and General Motors were the first engine builders to approve compounded oils on the basis of satisfactory performance in laboratory engine tests, dating back to 1939. Caterpillar developed its Caterpillar Superior Lubricants Series 1 and Series 2 specifications. In 1955, Caterpillar issued the well-known Series 3


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specification. This specification was adopted by the Department of the Army for incorporation into their military specification for diesel engine oil. Caterpillar discontinued the practice of issuing formal specifications in October 1972, opting to recommend MIL-L-2104C motor oils for their engines. Caterpillar uses API Service Classification system as the basis for their engines as do the other major diesel engine manufacturers, except Mack Trucks. Because Caterpillar recommends API Service CD motor oils for their power shift transmissions, they also require this oil to pass their T-3 friction test. Detroit Diesel recommends the use of API Service CC motor oil when operation is with fuels containing less than 0.5% sulfur. When continued use of fuels which contain over 0.5% sulfur is unavoidable, API Service CD motor oils are recommended. Detroit Diesel further stipulates the API Service CC motor oil should contain a maximum of 1.65% sulfated ash. All motor oils recommended by Detroit Diesel will have a minimum of 0.07% zinc. Detroit Diesel would not recommend multi-grade oils in their engines until September 1978. At that time, they revised their 7SE 270 specification to allow for a multi-graded oil. This technical bulletin states very clearly the only multi-grade recommended is an SAE 15W40 which is API Service SE.CD and which conforms to the sulfated ash and zinc requirement outlined above. Cummins Engine Company recommends API Service CD, CC for their turbocharged engine and API Service CC for their naturally aspirated engines. For either type engine used in “Stop and go” service, Cummins recommends API Service SC/CC (SD or SE may replace the SC) Cummins also recommends that the engine oils have a maximum of 1.85% sulfated ash. Mack Trucks prefers to specify motor oils in terms of their own engine test performance. The Mack EO-J performance specification issued in October 1976, based on performance in the Mack T-5 engine test allows the use of an SAE 15W40 multigrade oil. EO-J specifies a maximum of 1.85% sulphated ash. In addition, Mack has issued the EO-K specification based upon the T-6 engine test. The EO-K specification has superseded EO-J. The current market trend appears to be toward multi-graded diesel engine oils which afford the consumer the same convenience expected from multi-graded gasoline engine oils. Most diesel engine manufacturers recommend SAE 10W30 or SAE 20W40


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qoN v`D slPr nUM roikAw nw jw skdw hovy qW API Service CD motor oils dI isPwrS kIqI jWdI hY[aunHW dw ieh vI kihxw hY ik ies ‘c slPytf AYS dI v`D qoN v`D mwqrw 1.65% hoxI cwhIdI hY[ fYtroiet fIzl v`loN ijnHW AwielW dI isPwrS kIqI jWdI hY aunHW ‘c izMk dI mwqrw G`to G`t 0.07% hoxI cwhIdI hY[fYtroiet vwLy 1978 qoN pihlW kdy vI mltI gRyf Awiel dI isPwrS nhIN sn krdy[aus smyN aunHW ny Awpxy 7SE 270 dIAW spYsIiPkySnW nUM ies leI soiDAw sI qW ik mltI gryff Awiel dI vrqoN kIqI jw sky[aus qknIkI builtn ‘c d`isAw igAw sI ik isrP qy isrP ijs mltI gRyf Awiel dI isPwrS kIqI jWdI hY auh hY SAE 15W40 ijhVw ik API Service SE.CD hY jo ik aùpr d`sIAW slPytf AYS qy izMk dIAW SrqW pUrIAW krdw hY[ Cummins Engine Company Awpxy trbocwrjf ieMjx leI API Service CD, CC dI isPwrS krdI hY[Aqy Awpxy nycrlI eyspIrytf ieMjxW leIAPI Service CC dI[hor ienHW ‘coN koeI vI jo “Top and Go Service” leI vriqAw jWdw hY aus leI kimaunz API Service SC/CC ( Sd jW SE, SC dI QW lY skdy hn) mYk tr`k Awpxy ieMjx tYst dy Anuswr hI motr Awiel d`sdy hn[Mack EO-J prPOrmYNs spYsIiPkySn ijhVI 1976 ‘c jwrI kIqI geI sI Aqy mYk tI-5 ieMjx dy tYst dI sI, Anuswr SAE 15W40 multi-grade oil d`isAw sI, ijs ‘c EO-J dI v`D qoN v`D 1.85% slPytf AYS sI[ies qoN ibnw mYk vwiLAW v`loN T-6 ieMjx tYst dy Anuswr EO-K specification vI jwrI kIqIAW sn[ieh EO-K specification, EO-J qoN vwDU sn[ jo Ajokw mwrikt dw ruJwn hY auh mltI gryff fIzl ieMjx Awiel vwlw hY[ ieh vrqx vwly nUM auhI shUlq pRdwn krdw hY ijhVI mltI gryff Awiel gYsolIn ieMjxW qoN imldI hY[pr bhuq swrIAW ieMjx bxwaux vwLIAW kMpnIAW mltI gryf fIzl ieMjx Awiel leI SAE 10W30 jW SAE 20W40 dI hI isPwrS krdIAW hn pr auh shI mltI gRyf nMbrW dI bhuqI prvwh nhIN krdIAW ijhVy pRdrSn dIAW ivSysqwvW leI loVINdy hn[Mack Aqy Detroit Diesel dw bhuqw JukwA SAE 15W40 v`l hY[ kwrn ieh hY ik bhuq swry tr`k mwlkW kol ie`k qrHW dy ieMjx vwLy tr`k nhIN sgoN v`K v`K qrHW dy ieMjxW vwLy tr`k hn[ ienHW ‘coN bhuq swry qW Awpxy swry fIzl ieMjxW leI SAE 15W40 dI hI vrqoN krdy hn[ ieh g`l vI iDAwn ‘c r`Kx gocry hY ik bhuq swry fIzl ieMjx bxwaux vwLy ieMjx Awiel dy AYS kMtYNt dI mwqrw sbMDI vI icMqq hn[slPytf AYS hI mYtwilk AYS dw pYmwnw hY, ijhVw ik Awiel vwLy mYYtl AYfIitv dy kMbsSn ieMjx cYNbr ‘c blx nwL bxdw hY[kùJ auqpwdkW nUM AYS dy jmwvVy, ijhVw ik vwlv Pys ‘qy bxdw hYYy aus dI sm`isAw hY[ 1% slPytf AYS p`Dr qkrIbn swry ieMjx bxwaux vwiLAW nUM shI lgdw hY[pr kYtriplr vwLy cwhuMdy hn ik ieh p`Dr 1% qoN 1.5 % dw hoxw cwhIdw hY[jdoN ik AYlIsn vwLy G`to G`t 1.5% slPytf AYS nUM qrjIh idMdy hn[





for multi-grades diesel engine oils, but they are not as concerned about the exact multi-grade numbers as the required performance characteristics. Mack and Detroit Diesel feel very strongly toward SAE 15W40. Because many diesel truck operators own a variety of engine, many of the are using SAE 15W40 in all their diesel engines. It should be noted that several diesel engine manufacturers are concerned about the ash content of engine oil. Sulfated ash is the measure of the metallic ash that will be formed when an oil containing metal additives is burned in the combustion chamber of an engine. Some manufacturers have a problem with ash deposits forming on the exhaust valve face. These deposits tend to chip off forming a gutter through which hot exhaust gasses escape. A 1% sulfated ash level seems to satisfy most manufacturers; however, Caterpillar prefers a 1% to 1.5% level and Allison Chalmers prefers a 1.5% sulfated ash minimum. In the end, what is the best lubricant for your truck? There really isn’t an easy answer to this question because it depends a variety of factors, some of which include driving environment, truck make, Hours of Service requirements, climate, manufacturer requirements, and yes, even driving habits. Speak with your dealer, service manager or even professionals who have been in the industry for some time. With the availability of the Internet, there is lots of information available at your fingertips. One thing to keep in mind, of course, is to keep up with regular maintenance, for all lubrication requirements for your truck. Proper and regular lubrication is vital for the longevity of your vehicle. Your truck puts food on your table, so don’t mess with the requirements.

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kI qusIN ie`k ivrwsq C`f ky jwxw cwhuMdy ho Aqy cwhuMdy ho ik o you want to leave a legacy and substantially quhwfI jwiedwd vDdI jwvy[ieh ho skdw hY! jy qusIN ieMSorYNs nUM increase your estate? It can be done! It is srmwey vjoN vrqo qW ieh sMBv hY[ bhuq swry lok qW ieMSorYNs nUM ivqI done using insurance as an investment. Many vhIkl smJdy hI nhIN, Aqy jy ies nUM shI FMg nwL vriqAw jwvy don’t realize that life insurance is a financial qW ieh ies qrHW dw swDn bx skdw hY ijhVw ik quhwfy AwpixAW vehicle that when used correctly, can leave a leI quhwfy bwAd ie`k srmwieAw bx jwvygw Aqy ijMny pYsy qusIN ies lasting legacy for loved one’s and gives a great return on your ‘qy lwey hn aunHW nUM aus nwloN ikqy v`D imlxgy[ investment. ijs nUM quhwfy bImy dw lwB imlxw hY aus nUM imlx vwLI rkm Proceeds of a life insurance policy are received tax free to ‘qy koeI tYks nhIN lgdw[ qusIN TIk hI suixAw hY: nw koeI ktOqI your beneficiary. You read that correctly; NO TAX and no Aqy nw koeI tYks[ probate fees. tr`ikMg dw kMm KqirAW BrpUr hY[ ies nUM ivrwsq ‘c C`f ky Trucking is dangerous work and regardless of leaving a jwx dy nwl nwl hr tr`k vwLy nUM cwhIdw hY ik r`b nw kry jy jIvn legacy, every trucker should have a policy to cover their families dw by aumIdy smyN AMq ho jWdw hY qW bImw hI ie`k ieho ijhw swDn hY in case of their unexpected death, but insurance can be a great ijhVw ik pirvwr leI PwiedymMd ho inbVygw[ vehicle as an investment. qusIN iksy Kws rkm Aqy Kws smyN leI koeI bImy dI rwSI lY You can purchase a policy for a set amount for a set number skdy ho[ imswl vjoN ie`k mrd ijs dI aumr 35 swl hY Aqy auh of years. For example a male age 35 non smoker purchases a isgrt bIVI nhIN pINdw, 20 swl dI trm dI ie`k imlIAwn bImy term 20 policy for $1 million. I will give approximate numbers dI pwilsI lY skdw hY[ AMdwzn aus nUM mhIny dI 65 qoN 80 fwlr ranging from $65-80/month for the payment. Over the 20 years, dI ikSq dyxI pvygI[ 20 swlW ‘c ieh rkm bx jwvygI 15,600 $15,600-$19,200 is put in the plan. If the person passes away fwlr qoN lY ky 19,200 fwlr[ r`b nw kry ik sbMDq ivAkqI dI during that twenty year span, your beneficiary will receive $1 ienHW 20 swlW ‘c mOq ho jWdI hY, aus dy bImw imlx vwLy nUM ie`k million tax free. That is a great return on the investment, however imlIAn dI rwSI imlygI ijs ‘qy koeI tYks vI nhIN l`gygw[ jy there is risk associated with term insurance. If the person does vyiKAw jwvy qw ijMny pYsy Krc kIqy hn aus qoN ieh ikqy v`D hn[ pr not pass away during that 20 year span, the insurance company trm ieMSorYNs nwl Kqrw juiVAw hoieAw huMdw hY[ jy ivAkqI keeps your premiums and pays nothing out. You can ies smyN q`k ijauNdw rihMdw hY qW kMpnI quhwfy ikSqW dy renew a term insurance policy and pay the new rate at the id`qy hoey swry pYsy r`K lYNdI hY Aqy quhwnMU ie`k Dylw vI nhIN current age of renewal, but it is not renewable after age imLdw[ pr jy quhwfI aumr 85 swl qoN v`D nhIN (keI kysW 85 or even sooner in some cases. I call term insurance ‘c ies qoN G`t) hoeI qW qusIN aus pwilsI nUM nvyN ryt ‘qy a roll of the dice. Either the insurance company keeps rIinaU krvw skdy ho [ mYN qW ies nUM SqrMj dw pwsw hI your money, or your beneficiary gets a payout. This smJdI hW[ jy ie`k pwsy pY jwvy qW quhwfy pirvwr vwiLAW is a good option for those with a limited budget for a nUM pYsw iml jWdw hY nhIN qW ieMSorYNs kMpnI dy Kwqy ‘c cly potentially substantial investment for your beneficiary. jWdw hY[ ieh aunHW leI bhuq vDIAw hY ijnHW dw bjt sImq However term insurance is not certain unless bought to hY[ pr trm ieMSorYNs qW hI p`kw hY jy ieh sO swl dI aumr Pash Brar age 100. q`k ilAw jwvy[ keI vwr KricAW nUM vyK ky bhuq swry lok bImy dI - Pash Brar B.A. pwilsI lYx qoN iJjkdy rihMdy hn[ ie`k g`loN qW ieh mihMgI kih Pash is a mobile leasing representative with Auto One Leasing LP in Vancouver. She skdy hW ikauN ik ies ‘qy Krc krnw pYNdw hY[ bImw kMpnI nUM ies has a banking, collections and accounting background. She specializes in importing dy lwB pwqrI nUM ies dy pYsy zrur dyxy bxdy hn[ mYN iPr auhI 35 vehicles and trailers from the USA. swl vwLy isgrt bIVI nw pIx vwLy dI audwhrx duhrWdI hW[ 14

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Whole life is often an insurance type people shy away from because of the price. It is expensive for one reason; It HAS to pay. The insurance company MUST pay your beneficiary the amount of the policy. I will use the same example of the 35 year old non smoking male. For a $1 million whole life policy which pays off in 20 years, so a whole life 20 policy; the payments will be approximately $1,000 a month. That seems like a huge sum and that is why people often decline it due to affordability. However, if you pay in the whole $240,000 over 20 years the policy becomes paid in full and no further payment is made. The insured person is now covered for life. We all die so the insurance company will pay your beneficiary $1 million tax free. So what investment out there will quadruple your money? Whole life insurance! With certain types of life insurance policies, the death benefit can increase in value over time. Participating life is one of these types. Participating life insurance is a policy that pays annual dividends from the profits of the insurance company. These dividends are not guaranteed but based on statistics from the last 100 years, historically insurance companies have issued a dividend even in the worst of economic times. There are a few options for payment of these dividends, but we will choose a 3 month old female baby for $250,000 of coverage as an example and a 20 year payment term. Again the policy will be paid in full after 20 years to cover the baby for the rest of her life, and for a dividend option we will choose paid up additions. A paid up addition means the dividend paid is used to get more insurance coverage, so the $250,000 you started with will increase over time. Payments will be approximately $250 a month. Over the 20 years you will put in about $60,000 and the policy is paid in full. So you’re thinking that’s not bad, put in $60,000 and my child’s beneficiary will receive $250,000. That is a great return, but the return will potentially be much greater. Those dividends are buying more and more insurance each year, so say the child passes away at age 80. The approximate amount that will be paid to their beneficiary has amounted to about $1.9 million. That is based on data going back to about the last 100 years, so this should be fairly accurate. It can be more or less, but should be in the approximate ball park. So putting in $60,000 to cover your child when it is born, will be a great investment for that child’s future heirs and create a legacy. Another type of insurance where your death benefit can potentially increase is with a universal life insurance policy. This is a very popular product due to the low price for permanent coverage. It’s sometimes called an all in one policy because it combines life insurance and savings in to one product. The premise behind this is if you pay in excess of the minimum amount to cover the insurance, the excess cash will accumulate in an savings investment and eventually pay your premiums and increase the value of the insurance. For a 35 year old non smoking male for $1 Million in coverage and a 20 year term, payments are only about $65 a month. If you pay only the $65, nothing is 16

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accumulating to increase your investment, so you must pay MORE than the minimum and up to the maximum allowed without tax repercussions to get the benefit. Once the 20 year term is done, the policy is renewable and will increase in price each year with your age annually until age 100 or you die. There are a lot of people out there that think this policy will pay itself off after 20 years and have been told that, but for that to occur, you must over pay the policy more than just the $65 a month and receive some very high rates (double digits) on your investment savings portion. It could be possible, however very unlikely. This type of policy is not guaranteed to increase your insurance coverage amount, but will still pay at least the $1 million coverage. So this is still a good investment but be careful of the payments in later years which keep increasing each year and can become unaffordable. Critical illness coverage is coverage which pays a tax free lump sum to a person who suffers a critical illness. These illnesses will be listed in your policy, but examples are heart attack and stroke. So if you suffer a heart attack, after 30 days, you will be paid the lump sum of coverage you chose. This is a living benefit because you must be alive to receive it. This again can be done as an investment, because if you pay in, and get ill, the policy pays out. So our 35 year old non smoking male pays about $180 a month for $100,000 of this coverage for 20 years. So about $43,200 is paid and the policy is paid up for life. If you get sick you get $100,000 back, so doubled your investment, if you die and did not use the policy, the amount of premiums paid can be refunded to your beneficiary, so it was a free policy, or after 20 years you have the option to get all the money back in a refund and cancel the policy, so again the policy was free. You must specify these refund options at the time of purchase, but it is another profitable option for investment. Trucking is dangerous and living a life on the road can be unhealthy. I encourage everyone in trucking to get some type of insurance coverage for yourself and your family. It may look like a lot of money to pay, but you need to look at it as an investment. No bank will pay the returns that insurance


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Capacity is Up, Despite ELD Being Enforced


hen the electronic logging device mandate went into effect last December and the grace period ended April 1, many were concerned about whether there would be enough truck drivers still on the road; in other words, there was a concern about capacity. According to a new DAT Solutions survey, the opposite has taken place. Capacity has increased 11% on the spot market since April 1. However, according to DAT, owner-operators are still being negatively affected by the regulation because they must buy and run their own ELD solution. DAT recently surveyed its carrier customers about ELDs and detention, the majority of which were owner-operators, and found the ELDs were negatively affecting profitability. Most survey respondents were running ELDs, but more Incorporation Registration IFTA Registration than 70% reported that they were earning less money and IRP Registration & Revenue C.V.O.R. Registration driving less miles than they U.S. D.O.T. & MC Registration C-TPAT Drug Testing were prior to implementation. Canada Customs & US Customs Bond Their survey also indicated shippers are not considering HOS regulations during loading and offloading. More than 77% report wait times of more than two hours on one out of every five loads. Parking has also become an issue. 87% of them are having a harder time finding parking post-ELD mandate. Bay 6-9, 2456, 7050 Telford Way, Unit 13, DAT also reports only 23 Ave. NE, Calgary, AB Mississauga, ON L5S 1V7 2.8% of those surveyed said they were likely to leave the trucking industry, despite fears Fax: 403-455-4261 Fax: 905-696-6825 over the last year that nearly all .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. owner-operators would leave I E: the trucking industry.

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PIT Group’s Expertise for its Independent Verification Services


IT Group, a research and engineering group for the North American transportation industry, announced today that another company has benefited from its Electronic Logging Device (ELD) testing and verification services. Saucon Technologies, an innovative company in the motor coach industry, has used PIT Group’s independent and impartial verification services to comply with the new FMCSA requirements. PIT Group, a neutral testing organization, offers numerous independent technology and product verification solutions for companies that want to stand out in the marketplace. Thanks to PIT Group’s highly qualified experts who conduct tests according to established industry standards, companies obtain indisputable results that provide them with additional assurance that the technology in which they are investing meets industry standards, thereby creating added value over their competitors. “Some of the largest suppliers who have carried out their own self-verifications have failed in implementing their solution, thereby putting their clients in trouble,” pointed out Yves Provencher, Director, Market and Business Development – Transportation. “Saucon, like some of our other clients, has relied on independent validation, providing its clients with additional safety. In fact, PIT Group offers stringent and impartial testing that meets the latest requirements in ELD regulations. PIT Group’s expertise can therefore help transport companies ensure that drivers and owner-operators use only properly verified systems.” Saucon’s recent tests were conducted in accordance with the test plans and procedures issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). Under these requirements, fleets had until December 2017 to implement self-certified ELD systems or, in the case of carriers already using Automatic on-board recording device AOBRD systems, until December 2019 to validate compliance with ELD regulations. “Saucon is pleased to have collaborated with PIT Group for an independent validation of its ELD solutions,” mentioned Bill French, President of Saucon Technologies. “Compliance with FMCSA regulations is of extreme importance to our customers, and the rigorous 22

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and unbiased verification performed by the PIT Group provides additional assurance to both Saucon Technologies and its customers that our products comply with the stringent regulations.” In October 2016, EROAD, a provider of electronic tax, compliance and commercial services, including electronic IFTA, Oregon Weight Mile Tax, driver and vehicle analytics, and real-time fleet tracking, was the first provider to submit its ELD solution to PIT Group for independent verification and testing. More recently, PIT Group was selected by International Trucks to test the fuel efficiency of its new LT Series 625 Class 8 tractor and A26 engine against competitive tractors with similar specifications. These two companies now use the certification obtained following their independent tests as a tool to promote the quality of their technologies, demonstrating the professionalism and reputation acquired by PIT Group within the North American transportation industry. Many other companies have also used PIT Group’s professional and impartial services within its Energotest campaigns in order to certify and prove the value of their products and technologies.

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Hiway Refrigeration Acquires Eskimo

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iway Refrigeration announced it has reached an agreement to acquire Calgary-based Eskimo Refrigeration. Eskimo provides sales and aftermarket support in Western Canada for the transport of refrigeration, air conditioning, and heating. In business for 52 years, Eskimo sells and services Carrier Transicold truck and trailer refrigeration and heating units, Red DOT’s complete product line, Webasto diesel fired engine and cab heaters, Proheat coolant heaters, and Arctic Fox fluid warmers. In addition to Calgary, the company has locations in Edmonton and Lethbridge, as well as associate dealers throughout Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan. “This acquisition is a major step towards our goal of being Western Canada’s premier provider of temperature-controlled transportation equipment and service,” said Kevin Johnson, president of Hiway Refrigeration. “The move will provide our customers with an enhanced service offering throughout Western Canada.” Eskimo president Robbie Fleming added, “By combining the Eskimo and Hiway teams, it allows us to grow a strong, consistent customer-focused business that continues the Eskimo/Hiway legacies.” Hiway Refrigeration has provided sales and aftermarket parts and service support of temperature-managed equipment in the transportation industry and other industrial and specialty equipment applications since 1968.



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new resource on the Ministry of Labour website went live April 30, in advance of the federal government’s proposed legalization of recreational cannabis (date of which is still to be decided — Bill C-45 is still in the Senate). The publication (www.labour. php ) provides information regarding impairment and workplace health and safety issues generally (not just related to cannabis), including links to other resources.

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Luber-finer Introduces the New LFP9001XL Extended Life Oil Filter


esigned for the popular Cummins ISX engine, the new LFP9001XL Extended Life full flow oil filter features a 100% synthetic filter media that helps protect engines over a longer time period. When combined with regular oil testing, the LFP9001XL can reduce the frequency of filter replacements as well as total service and filter spend while increasing vehicle uptime. Available now from distributors throughout Canada, the LFP9001XL is engineered for industry-leading performance in three key areas: Enhanced Efficiency – A filter’s efficiency rating is the most important factor in determining how well it can protect your engine from damage caused by foreign matter. The higher a filter media’s efficiency rating, the greater percentage of particulate it is proven to capture and prevent from entering your vehicle’s vital lubrication systems. As calculated from ISO4548-12 in-house testing versus competitive filters, the LFP9001XL is 100% more 26

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efficient at removing particulate at 5 microns. High Capacity – Not all filters are engineered to effectively capture the same amount of particulate. Once a filter’s media reaches its capacity limit, the filter’s ability to protect an engine is severely compromised. This can result in reduced flow of oil to critical engine components and abrasive particulate flowing freely into an engine’s core components. As calculated from ISO4548-12 inhouse testing, the LFP9001XL offers 45% greater capacity than competitive filters. Reduced Oil Restriction – The true test of any filter is its ability to withstand extreme conditions. The LFP9001XL is engineered to perform as optimally as possible in cold weather, or when oil has become viscous due to extended service life. Using ISO4548-1 in-house testing under harsh conditions versus competitive filters, the LFP9001XL shows 8% less restriction on an engine’s oil flow at a 25-gallons-per-minute flow rate. Please visit to learn more about the new LFP9001XL Extended Life full flow oil filter.

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Celadon Suspends Trading


he New York Stock Exchange suspended trading the stock of trucking company Celadon Group Inc. on Tuesday and moved to remove the company’s stock listing after Celadon said an internal investigation had identified accounting


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errors that will require it to restate financial results dating back to 2014. The Indianapolis-based firm, one of North America’s largest truckload carriers, has been under scrutiny over a joint venture involving its leasing division. The company has closed its leasing division and Celadon says it’s focused on improving its core truckload business. Celadon hasn’t publicly reported earnings results since last year, and has been negotiating with its lenders to pursue a refinancing plan. The stock, which reached close to $30 a share just more than three years ago, closed at $3.45 per share on Monday. Chief Executive Paul Svindland, who joined the company last year, said in an interview Tuesday he was “disappointed” to learn the accounting problems extended back further than previously thought, but said the company was committed to accurate and transparent financial reporting. Over the past year, Celadon has scaled back its domestic truckload division’s fleet by about 20% and it is reducing the number of lanes it serves from nearly 5,000 a year ago to about 1,000, said Thom Albrecht, Celadon’s chief financial and strategy officer.

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Let’s Not Forget the Other Victim of Humboldt


ast month, there was a horrible crash in Saskatchewan between the bus they were riding and a tractor trailer unit hauling peat moss killing 15 members of the Humboldt Broncos. This violent crash was not the first crash affecting a sports team and won’t be the last. While much of the news reported on this crash from all sorts of media outlets, the glaring lack of information about the truck driver other than he was taken into custody for a time and released. All we need to understand at this point, not only do we need to mourn the loss of this team, and need to support those injured and maimed in this incident, we need to consider this truck driver has the entire weight of this wreck on his shoulders and needs our support. This support doesn’t need to consider fault or not. That’s the job of the investigators to find the answers and we need to be confident in their investigative skills. It will be a court that will determine punishment, if punishment is to be meted out, at a much later date. Suffice to say the truck driver is now in his own prison, going over all the what if’s and if only’s. That truck driver will be living the horrible event everyday for the rest of his life. We know this kind of incident is a career ender. While prayers and good wishes are flowing for the team, prayers and good wishes must extend to that truck driver. Every truck driver is saying today “there but by the Grace of God, go I”.


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lberta Transport Minister Brian Mason confirmed the suspension for Calgary-based Adesh Deol Trucking, which includes one truck in addition to the one involved in the April 6 crash. The ministry called the practice standard in the case of a high-profile incident. Although the identity of the driver has not yet been released, the owner says he was only with the trucking company for about a month. The company’s two trucks will be off the road until after the Alberta Ministry of Transportation finishes its investigation. That won’t begin until after both the Saskatchewan Ministry of Transportation and the RCMP complete their investigations. The Alberta investigation shouldn’t take more than three days once it gets going according to the Minister. The tragic crash at the Saskatchewan intersection of highways 35 and 335 saw the truck hit a bus carrying the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League team the Humboldt Broncos. The crash resulted in the 15 fatalities and 14 injuries among the bus passengers. The truck driver suffered no reported physical injuries.

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Women in Trucking Association Announces Canadian Image Team


anada has its first all-female Image Team. Team,” said Ellen Voie, WIT president and CEO. “With the help Women in Trucking Association (WIT) made of our Canadian members and colleagues, the initiative is now the announcement of the 2018 Canadian a reality.” Image Team at the Salute to Women Behind Two of the Canadian women who were instrumental in the the Wheel at Truck World in Mississauga, implementation of the initiative in Canada were Joanne Ritchie, Ontario on Saturday. executive director, OBAC and Andreea Crisan, COO, Andy The event is organized by WIT to honour female commercial Transport, Inc. drivers. The Owner-Operator’s Business Association of “WIT’s goals are shared by many organizations in Canada, Canada (OBAC) is a hosting partner of the event. There were and we need to support each others’ efforts to break down barriers approximately 100 people in attendance to celebrate these and create interest in trucking careers,” said Ritchie. “If we want women and recognize their years of service to the industry. women to get excited about transportation as a career choice, we The mission of WIT is to encourage the employment of women in the trucking industry, promote their accomplishments, and minimize obstacles faced by women in the industry. The purpose of the Image Team is to represent these goals, and to heighten awareness of the need for more female in the trucking industry and the challenges they face working in a male-dominated environment. Members of the Image Team will be the face of WIT, demonstrating by example the wideranging and diverse careers that are L to R: Treana Moniz, Susie De Ridder, Bernedette Wilson, Joanne Millen Mackenzie, Michele Joslin. available in trucking. Not pictured: Barb Duncan, Erin Tallieu, Jo-Anne Phillips, Margaret Levesque They will be attending Photo by Jim Park trucking industry events, giving media interviews, serving as speakers or panelists, and conducting ride-alongs. They will have to show them women out there working and succeeding in inspire and encourage the next generation to join the trucking the industry, and that’s what WIT’s Image Team is all about.” industry and provide a deeper understanding of the obstacles Candidates for the Image Team went through a rigorous they face on the road or generally, in the industry. These women multi-step selection process and were chosen as much for their will also serve as mentors for future Image Team members. fresh and enthusiastic voices as for the breadth and depth of their “We are excited for the newly formed WIT Canadian Image experience and passion for the trucking industry. 34

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To qualify for the WIT Image Team, the applicant must be a member of WIT and submit an application, including an essay from the nominator and the nominee to explain why she should be chosen for the Image Team. Questions regarding their safety records, previous awards or recognition, volunteer service, and community involvement were included in the selection process. Women working in all positions in the trucking industry were considered. Top scoring applicants advanced to the next round of the selection process, which required an interview with the judging panel. The panel was comprised of five independent judges from the Canadian transportation industry. The 2018 Canadian WIT Image Team is: • Barb Duncan, Alliston, ON, professional driver and trainer with Warren Gibson Ltd. • Bernedette Wilson, Brantford, ON, vice president and professional driver with Hood Motor Freight • Erin Tallieu, Nanaimo, BC, managing partner of Motherload Transport • Joanne Millen Mackenzie, Brockville, ON, professional driver with Highland Transport • Jo-Anne Phillips, Irishtown, NB, operations director of Jeramand Trucking • Margaret Levesque, Bothwell, ON, professional driver with SM Freight • Michele Joslin, Alliston, ON, director of training and compliance with Justified Diligence Inc. Susie De Ridder, Fredericton, NB, professional driver with Armour Transport • Treana Moniz, Kitchener, ON, professional driver with Bison Transport The newly formed Image Team will begin training over the next few weeks. Once training is complete, they will be ready to accept assignments. Requests for Image Team opportunities can be made through wit@womenintrucking. org or by calling 1-888-464-9482.

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Great Dane Joins Blockchain in Transport Alliance MANAGE THE WESTERN RUN


reat Dane announced today that it has joined the Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA). BiTA is a coalition of industry leaders dedicated to the development of blockchain standards, education and solutions for the freight industry. “As a transportation solutions leader, it is Great Dane’s mission to stay on the cutting edge of new technology and innovation,” said Dean Engelage, Great Dane’s president. “To accomplish this, we collaborate with industry stakeholders in both the transportation industry and other industries with which we share a vested interest in improving the future of goods mobility, which is why we are excited to join BiTA. As a member of this forward-thinking organization, we have the ability to stay up-to-date on the evolving open data standards, while also working to ensure that the framework for how this transformational technology will be utilized by the global transportation industry is inclusive of the trailer and truck body space.” Great Dane will collaborate with the other members of BiTA, including 36

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Research Group to Study Autonomous Trucks, Cannabis Testing, and CDL Testing Problems


he American Transportation Research Institute Board of Directors has decided on the organization’s 2018 Top Research Priorities. The research topics will cover a wide array of critical industry issues.

The 2018 ATRI top research priorities are: Urban Planning and Smart City Design for Trucks – examining how and where truck freight delivery can be effectively incorporated into urban planning and smart city design approaches. Assessing the Consistency and Accuracy of CMV Crash Data – will identify ways to improve commercial motor vehicle crash data collection, quality review, data management and data submission at the local and state levels. Role and Impact of Government Regulations on Autonomous Vehicles – research will assess the positive and negative impact of regulations being promulgated at the statelevel for identification of model legislation on how autonomous technologies and vehicles should be deployed. Inconsistencies in CDL Testing – will review the range of requirements for CDL testing across states and identify best practices to develop an effective set of testing requirements. Autonomous Impacts on the Truck Driver – a detailed analysis of how autonomous truck technologies will change the operational environment and driving requirements for commercial drivers. Best Practices for Cannabis Intoxication Testing – exploring best practices in the U.S. and abroad, the research will benchmark recommended maximum intoxication levels and identify recommendations for driver sobriety testing.

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Truckers Who Don’t Carry and Use Chains Will be Fined More


. C. Transportation Minister Claire Trevena announced today that several changes will be going into effect for the next winter driving season, including increasing fines for commercial vehicles that don’t carry chains or don’t chainup when required, extending winter tire requirements on certain routes prone to late season snowfall, and increasing roadmaintenance contractor requirements. “I have heard from people and communities throughout the province that we need to take action to improve safety on our highways. With that in mind, our government is moving quickly to implement changes that will ensure people are able to get where they need to go more safely through the winter months.” Stricter commercial vehicle chain-up requirements are the priority named by the government, and the ministry says it will enforce higher fines for commercial vehicle operators not carrying chains, or who don’t chain up when mandatory. Currently, the fine in B.C. is $121, while in other North American jurisdictions the fine is up to $1,200 for similar violations, ten times higher. The exact fine amounts are yet to be determined.


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The government will also roll out a pilot program limiting which lanes commercial vehicles can use on certain corridors, which will reduce the risk of collisions, and blockages due to spun-out trucks. On key three-lane highway sections during winter, commercial vehicles will be restricted from using the farleft lane, to ensure more reliable and safe access for the traveling public. When all lanes are blocked, the ability for emergency crews and maintenance equipment to move along the highway is eliminated, compounding the closure. Ministry staff will also be expanding monitoring and auditing of road-maintenance contractors, including 24/7 compliance checks during winter storms. Snowplows will also be getting GPS tracking. The current regulations requiring drivers to fit winter tires or chains from October 1st to March 31 will also be extended in certain areas of B.C. The ministry will expand the date range through to April 30th on select highways and mountain passes to account for potential early spring snowfall events which occur regularly in the Northern regions of the province. The exact routes where the winter tire rules will be extended has not yet been determined. Another small change announced today that could have a big impact in this part of B.C. is a reduction in the highway abrasive standard size. The government said that the standard size of grit used on roads will be decreased from 12.5 to 9.5 millimetres to reduce potential windshield damage. Across the entire province, road crews apply 750,000 tonnes of winter abrasives over 1.2-million kilometres on average every winter.

Trucking Education Program Donates $12,500 to Schools in Need


rucker Buddy International, a nonprofit organization some say is the number one trucking image campaign in North America having helped educate schoolchildren and introduce educators to the trucking industry, along with PeopleNet Communications, has ensured that 25 classes have been granted $500 each for school supplies and equipment needs. The Trucker Buddy program helps to educate and mentor schoolchildren via a pen pal relationship between professional truck drivers and children in grades K-8 as supervised by their teachers. After an extensive screening process, the professional truck drivers are matched with a class and as directed by the teacher, drivers share news about their travels with their class. Students write letters and send pictures to their drivers. Students’ skills in reading, writing, geography, mathematics, social studies, and history are enhanced and learning is made fun. The School Supply Grant Program requires teachers complete

an application to qualify for grant consideration. Schools with funding needs and creative proposals played a major part in the selection process. Open to only current Trucker Buddies and their Trucker Buddy classes, some teachers use the grant application for class projects to enable students to be involved in the process. This became not only a request for funds but also a learning experience for the students. “PeopleNet is excited to be part of this scholarship program,” said PeopleNet VP of Sales for North America John Krumheuer. “We are a strong supporter of education, and these grants will help deserving students pursue advanced education and careers in transportation.” “Trucker Buddy, with the funding from PeopleNet is thrilled to offer these grants to these deserving schools. Many teachers and drivers donate not only their time but also their own funds to help their classrooms, so this is a great opportunity to help their community,” said Alan Welborn, Executive Director.

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Trucker Sent to Prison for Life


federal judge is ordering a Kentucky trucker to spend the rest of his life in prison for the driver’s role in transporting dozens of undocumented immigrants who died in a horrific tractor-trailer ride from Laredo, Texas,

to San Antonio. James M. Bradley Jr., 61, received two life sentences without parole after pleading guilty to two counts of conspiracy to transport undocumented immigrants for profit, resulting in death. The sentences will be served concurrently. On July 23, 2017, the San Antonio Police Department was sent to a Walmart store off of Interstate 35 upon receiving a call about a tractor-trailer parked in the lot. Officers found nearly 40 undocumented individuals at the scene, including many lying in the trailer. Bradley was sitting in the cab, where officers found a Cobra CB 38 Derringer .38-caliber pistol. Ten of the individuals died because of the conditions inside the trailer. Anywhere from 70 to 200 people were inside the trailer during the transport, testimony from some of the passengers reveals. The immigrants paid varying fees for the transport. As part of a plea agreement, Bradley admitted he was transporting the trailer from Schaller, Iowa, to Brownsville, Texas. He denied knowing there were people in the trailer and said he discovered them only when he exited the vehicle to relieve himself. He said he attempted to administer aid to them. Law enforcement officers from SAPD reported they found eight deceased persons and 30-40 others, all undocumented. Bradley was taken into custody. Two more later died at area hospitals.

Bradley told authorities he was traveling from Laredo to San Antonio, after having the tractor-trailer washed and detailed at a truck stop near Laredo. Bradley said he intended to take the trailer to Brownsville to deliver it to someone who had purchased it. He stopped at the Wal-Mart and heard banging and shaking in the trailer. He was surprised when “he was run over by ‘Spanish’ people and knocked to the ground,” according to the affidavit. He realized that at least one person was dead. He said he knew the trailer refrigeration system did not work and that the four vent holes probably were clogged. He said he called his wife but did not call 911.

Per Carlsson Appointed Acting President of Volvo Trucks North America


er Carlsson, currently the global Senior Vice President of Strategy & Transformation Office for Volvo Trucks, has been appointed Acting President of Volvo Trucks North America. He will on an interim basis succeed Göran Nyberg, who has decided to take a position outside the Volvo Group. Per Carlsson has held several senior management positions in the Volvo Group over the last 33 years, including serving as President of Volvo Trucks North America from 2008-2009 and as Chief Operating Officer of the Group’s North American truck operations from 2010-2011. The recruitment process to identify a new North American president is underway.


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Challenger’s Truck Driving Career Advice Choose a First Class Carrier


ith rebirth in the air, positivity in the streets and a sense of endless possibilities, Spring is a great time of the year to get a new job. If you’re a professional truck driver looking to turn over a new leaf, this Spring is an especially good time to check out your options. You have the power to be picky; you should be driving for a First Class company like Challenger. A First Class carrier will value you as an integral part of their team and treat you First Class, from pay, safety and support, to modern equipment and excellent training. Here are some tips as you begin your search: Look for a Leading Pay Package… This Spring, Challenger unveiled new First Class driver pay packages and higher rates across all our divisions. Naturally, our drivers are thrilled with the raise! And so are we. It is awesome to see their reaction, as our drivers share with us how happy they are to be part of our team and enjoy better pay. • Our new pay packages allow our drivers to earn significantly more. • Drivers get all the perks that come with driving for a First Class carrier, like safety bonuses, an Employee Assistance Plan and benefits (from day one for experienced drivers). • With drivers who are new to Challenger, but not to the industry, we recognize previous experience in their pay packages. • To encourage women to experience the benefits of working in this industry, Challenger progressively offers their female


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drivers one-year company paid membership to the Women’s Trucking Federation of Canada. …and look for an understanding that You Have Needs. At Challenger, we’ll value you as a driver. But we’ll value you as a person too. And we’ll prove it with First Class efforts to accommodate you so that you can shine in your role. Our divisions are a good example, which offer different roles for different lifestyles. If you want to be home almost every day, you can join our Bulk Division. If you’re more of a “long term road warrior”, we can give you 2,000–2,500 miles a week, or up to 5,000 miles for a team. Another good example are the trucks themselves. Our fleet consists of late model (most are less than three years old) Peterbilt, Kenworth, Freightliner and Volvo trucks. They’re built for your comfort. They’re also decked out with technology to make the drive easier, from free SiriusXM Satellite Radio for your listening pleasure to satellite communication technology. We know that there is a life outside of work and we want to help you enjoy it. We work with our drivers to find driving roles that suite his or her lifestyle. We understand that personal emergencies can happen and we do our best to accommodate them. Some drivers have four-legged friends and would like to bring them along on the adventure –at Challenger, your dog is welcome! You should seek out First Class Training… Whether you’re a recent grad or a seasoned vet, Challenger’s large team of road and yard instructors are there to assist you -

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making your job safer and helping to keep your skills sharp. At Challenger, we recognize that we all benefit when your skills are at their best, so we pay you to train. For new drivers, our programs pick up where the driving schools left off. We teach you the tricks of the trade that the seasoned vets pick up over the years ensuring you are road-ready and feel confident! As an added bonus, for a more peer-to-peer learning experience, we offer our First Class Driver Mentorship and Driver Connection programs. …First Class Support… At Challenger, that starts with a driver Welcome Kit that has everything you’ll need to get rolling, and contacts for the whole team backing you up. Help 24/7 is a phone call or satellite message away. Our Driver Coordinators get to know you, your preferences and your style and vice versa. They’ll be there to guide and assist you with your route, customs and compliance and more. Our First Class maintenance teams are also committed to helping you should you experience equipment troubles. …and a First Class Commitment to Safety. We have that commitment. We own it. We teach it. We model it. And we expect it from everyone who works for Challenger. And our drivers know that we put their safety first. Period. Safety is the topic most covered in both our initial training and our quarterly training programs. It’s the focus of our Mission Zero program that teaches and celebrates the reduction of accidents, and this focus on safety has led to impressive stats: over 100 Challenger drivers have driven over 1 million miles

without a preventable accident; and last year over 590 Challenger drivers were awarded for Safe Driving. Safety is bigger than just keeping drivers safe, hence the Challenger Angel program we kicked off this past year to recognize Challenger drivers who go above and beyond to help people on the road. And Most Importantly, Choose a Carrier You Can Feel Good About. Challenger started in 1975 as one truck, one driver and one vision to be a top transportation company. That one driver was Dan Einwechter, and he’s still here as our CEO and Chairman. Today, we’re one of Canada’s largest privately owned fleets, and we keep trucking at our core. We’re also one of 2018’s Best Fleets To Drive For, one of 2018’s Top Fleet Employers, and one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies (an accomplishment held for 17 years, earning us Platinum Membership). Being a First Class Driver Starts With Driving for a First Class Fleet. At Challenger, you’ll feel valued and supported. You’ll have the pull of a successful, people-first company driving you forward. Ready to be treated First Class? We’re looking for AZ / Class 1 Drivers. Also seeking Owner Operators. Learn more and apply online by going to www.challenger. com/firstclass Or contact us at 1 800 334 5142 or Our Terminals are located in Cambridge ON, London ON, Dorval QC, Abbotsford BC

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* Based on averaging the third-party testing results for fuel economy comparing the International LT with A26 engine against the (a) 2018 Freightliner Cascadia CA126SLP with DD13, (b) 2018 Kenworth T680 with Paccar MX-13 and (c) 2018 Volvo VNL670 with Volvo D13. Actual customer results for fuel economy may vary. The “category” tested consisted of Class 8 trucks with North American 12-13L engines.

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