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Tafcan Devices Reduces Wheel-Offs By Taffy Davies The significant costs of potentially catastrophic runaway wheels and wheel-end damage resulting from lug nuts loosening continue to be concerns for the trucking industry. Best practices include strict procedures and calibrated tools for wheel changes and ensuring re-torques are completed on an ongoing basis. Relatively new products are…

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Prepare for Winter Running By Marek Krasuski For all of us September is a wakeup call. Cooler temperatures and the changing colours and smells of foliage remind us that winter lies ahead. We have the choice to ignore the inevitable warning signs and forge ahead into the first winter storm completely unprepared, or take measures…

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Winter Fleet Maintenance By Robert MacKay Like it or lump it, it’s time to begin winter maintenance planning and scheduling. Although I must admit, even thinking about winter right now takes some motivation. Given the harsh environment of winter operations, winter fleet maintenance planning and scheduling is a key component of your equipment maintenance log…

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Special Report By George Fullerton Southern New Brunswick got rain on August 19th following a very dry summer which resulted in lowering water tables and parched crops, forests and lawns. The weather event rained on the Convoy of Hope-Atlantic parade, but did little to dampen the enthusiasm of participants, volunteers and public who all came…

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