Truck training Edmonton, Class 1 pre-trip inspection, Truck training Alberta

DAILY PRE-TRIP INSPECTIONS

While a thorough pre-trip inspection may seem like an inconvenience, here are a few reasons why they are a vital part of your daily routine:

  1. To meet equipment safety standards
  2. To help prevent up-coming breakdowns
  3. Reduce accidents due to equipment failure
  4. To better prepare you for roadside inspections
  5. To help you adhere to rules of the road
  6. To help make you aware of your responsibilities as a driver
  7. To make you a more efficient driver
  8. To make safety a habit

If your pre-trip needs work, or if you would like a refresher for you or your drivers, give us a call today!


I have my license ….  what now?

We understand your frustrations as many new employers will ask for proof of driving experience.  Although it is more difficult to find a job as a new driver, the jobs are there!  As with any new career, you may have to start lower on the corporate ladder (local P & D, courier, etc).

Posted by: administratorON Sat, May 21, 2016 at 10:27:44 am MDT    Comments (0)

Recognize the special hazards of winter driving and know the techniques needed to drive safely in spite of them.  The facts are here, the rest is up to you.

Posted by: administratorON Sun, Nov 8, 2015 at 1:00:00 pm MST    Comments (0)

When winter is upon us, we must put our SAFETY CAPS on and our best foot forward.

Posted by: administratorON Wed, Nov 4, 2015 at 1:00:00 pm MST    Comments (0)

PREPARE NOW FOR THE WINTER TRUCK DRIVING SEASON!

Posted by: administratorON Sat, Oct 17, 2015 at 11:30:00 pm MDT    Comments (0)

Jack-knifing your trailer is something you need to avoid as a truck driver, whether you’re slowly backing up or driving down the highway at a high rate of speed. Even if you’re moving slowly, you can still cause damage to your equipment—and if you’re on the highway, you can cause a major collision.

Posted by: administratorON Sun, Apr 5, 2015 at 7:30:00 am MDT    Comments (0)

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Please Note

* Students must be at least 18 years of age and hold a minimum (valid) Alberta Class 5 (non GDL) driver's licence.

* Knowledge Exam required PRIOR to in-vehicle training or testing

* Medical Exam required before Class 1 licence will be granted

* Road tests = Examination Fees (knowledge and/or road) + hours of truck rental

* Book ahead with a group and receive a discount

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AB RoadSafe Safety and Driver Training

26526 TWP Rd 543

Sturgeon County, Alberta

(780) 668-9799

corri@abroadsafe.com