NRR Transportation - Canadian East Indian company

Discussion in 'Canadian Truckers Forum' started by Cree trucker, Feb 5, 2017.

  1. canadian

    canadian Light Load Member

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    If we could get the speed limiters removed from trucking in Ontario, drivers would be able to pull the trailers out of their precarious slides and jacknifes they get into. The problem with Ontario is the high winds, Moose, and slippery conditions. Combine that with a governed truck with only the brake pedal and steering at your disposal and your up #### creek without a paddle trying to re-balance the weight and grip between truck and trailer front to back and side to side. Without an ability to stay ahead of the trailer (governed truck, remember) a jackknife and a nap in the ditch is surely imminent.
     
  2. canadian

    canadian Light Load Member

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    I'll take that as a compliment. Let's take our profession back. Make trucking great again.

    But seriously you prove nothing by attacking me, add nothing to the conversation, are just attacking me Ad hominem .

    If you got a point, state it.
     
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  3. Jazz1

    Jazz1 Road Train Member

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    You obviously cant drive worth a fiddlers ####. Stay the heck out of Ontario if that's your excuse for not being able to maintain control of a truck.
     
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  4. not4hire

    not4hire Road Train Member

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    Umm... no.
     
  5. Cree trucker

    Cree trucker Bobtail Member

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    Who would have the balls?
    On another note, if I'm sitting for 1,2,3, days 2 pick up 2 pickups, every day I sit I potential lose $350 per day, not a layover pay.
     
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  6. Jazz1

    Jazz1 Road Train Member

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    Time to change employers. Its costing you money to work there. Good Luck
     
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  7. canadian

    canadian Light Load Member

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    If you're sitting unpaid for days then it's time to change up who you work for. Your employer needs to take the loads and not cherry-pick the loads at your expense. You're entitled to severance pay and an ROE.
     
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