The next Inspection Blitz is quickly approaching

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  1. Moving Forward

    Moving Forward Medium Load Member

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  3. armo

    armo Light Load Member

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    soon every second week there will be inspection blitz ...
     
  4. Moving Forward

    Moving Forward Medium Load Member

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    Yes, I thought it was just one per year.
     
  5. buzzarddriver

    buzzarddriver Road Train Member

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    There shouldn't have to be Safety Blitz's. They should be out stopping and inspecting every truck on the road 24/7/365. Every scalehouse should have hundred's of inspectors waiting for the next truck. And parking for the thousand's that are put out of service.
    That 500 mile load should take at least 3 days to deliver. And cross country loads at least 14 days.

    It's all for SAFETY, right???????
     
  6. Magoo1968

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    They should be on the road looking for the junk they NEVER see cross a scale then do a company audit on the worst offenders they catch..
     
  7. Brettj3876

    Brettj3876 Road Train Member

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    Then who would move all those containers. Lots of those guys around the ports are local and never see a coop, 10, 20, 30 miles then back to grab another. Lines of them will be doing 50mph on the turnpike....... probably because they're afraid to go any faster Lol.

    Passing them I see some of them holding on to the wheel like their life depends on it. You can tell it's just a shaking
     
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  8. nredfor88

    nredfor88 Road Train Member

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    Income week coming, in the quise of safety.
     
  9. Accidental Trucker

    Accidental Trucker Road Train Member

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  10. Another Canadian driver

    Another Canadian driver Road Train Member

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    Is the container work considered 'the bottom of the barrel' in the trucking industry?
    I did dry van and reefer only.
    Cross border, of course.
     
  11. FearTheCorn

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    I kinda like safety blitzes. It seems to me after one of them is done, it seems a lot of the coops are closed for a week. I suppose they are worn out for awhile from a bit of work, and stay home. Or I am dreaming.
     
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