Category Archives: Auto Shipping

Appreciate the Truck Driver in Charge of Delivering Your Freight

One of the most dynamic jobs in the world is driving a transport truck. There are about 350,000 truck drivers presently in Canada, but how much do we know about the difficulties faced by them to serve us better? Many people not familiar with the industry assume that the job is just about driving from point A to B. While that is a big part of the job, that isn’t all there is to it. Trucking Means Loving the Freedom of the Road People who like the open highways and navigating the city streets Read more [...]

How to Prepare Your Car before Shipping

If you’re moving to a new city or to a new country, you have two options if you want to take your car with you. You can either drive it to your new destination or ship it through a reputed auto shipping company. If you decide to go for the second option, then there are a few things to do to prepare your car before shipping. Opting for a car shipping service may seem complex if it’s your first time doing so; because you aren’t sure what to expect from the process. Here are a few tips on how Read more [...]

Self-Driving Vehicles: Reshaping the Auto Industry

Gone are the days where self-driving vehicles exist only in movies. With technological advancement, self-driving vehicles are a reality. Automated vehicles will soon replace their human-operated counterparts. Even Ontario is part of this change, as a pilot project to monitor their performance is already underway. Safety and transportation have been the key factors for the need to advance driverless technology. Safer for Everyone on the Road According to the Canadian Motor Vehicle Traffic Read more [...]

Shortage of Canadian Drivers Could Lead to Looming Shipping Troubles

Shipping and transportation may soon become more difficult in Canada, due to a looming shortage of drivers. According to the Canadian Trucking Alliance, the shortage is set to reach 48,000 drivers in about a decade. According to the data, around 30% of Canada’s truck drivers are 55 or over. The average age of a driver is over 47. It’s no surprise then that the trucking and shipping industry is has amongst the oldest workforces in the country. The Problem Isn’t Only in Canada The situation Read more [...]

How to Reduce Pollution and Vehicle Emissions in Canada

Increasing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles are leading to an alarming situation in Canada and other parts of the world. Canada’s estimated GHG emission has increased by 33% from 1990 to 2005. With the increasing number of cars and trucks on the road, it is important to consider environmental concerns, before it’s too late. There are few steps which you can take to reduce pollution and carbon emission made by your vehicle. Maintain Your Vehicle Your car is regularly Read more [...]