When driving, space is a very important variable when it comes to the safety of you and other road users. Maintaining a safe distance from smaller vehicles and other trucks allows you to manage the risks and help keep everyone on the road safe. Driving is all about cooperation so here are some tips when it comes to keeping maintaining a safe distance and the laws that accompany these practices: According to the Highway Traffic Act in Ontario following too closely is seen as “
Are you looking to receive your DZ certification? We will be holding a DZ Class Starting June 26th! The class includes: 4 Days of in-class 1 day of yard work 40 hours in-cab 88 total hours of training! Virtual reality Simulator training is included in the in-class portion! You will learn 10, 13 and 18-speed transmissions. Cost of program is $3500 +HST. Click here to sign up today!
Steve said it right: “Relax – don’t do it.” He must have been a driving instructor in a different life because relaxing can be a very dangerous thing while driving especially when we are dealing with fatigue. Did you know that your vehicle travels over 100m (350 ft.) during a 4 second micro sleep if you are going 100 km/h? Those few seconds of micro sleep prevent us from performing a critical task such as turning the wheel, obeying a stop sign, slowing down behind another veh
Good day DriveWise Nation and welcome to the warmer weather! It’s been a long time coming and if you’re anything like us you’re more than excited for the summer ahead. We wanted to remind you that even though the winter is behind us it is still very important that your vehicle, and you, are prepared for any situation that may arise. Summer is the time for road trips, day trips, camping adventures, concerts and many other events that may have you travelling some distance. Play