We hope everyone had a fun and safe new year. With the ever-changing road conditions, sometimes the speed we drove last week is now too dangerous this week. It can be difficult for some drivers to correctly gauge which speed is the safest for current road conditions, but it just got a little bit easier!
With the ELD deadline approaching on December 18th of this year, we are happy that our early efforts find a supportive ELD provider has paid off. Without having to deal with device shortages and a waiting list, T&P Trucking is happy to announce that we will be utilizing the full support of Switchboard Inc for their electronic logging, GPS, IFTA, safety and document management services!
Whether you have been driving truck for the past 30 years or you have recently started to drive truck 6 months ago, we are all about to enter into a whole new world of trucking. Unless you have been living in a cave, you have seen the non stop flow of news articles, Facebook posts, and YouTube videos all discussing the facts and opinions about the implementation of the ELDs and the coming December 18, 2017 deadline. Since we are so close to this EL’D-day’ what can we expect from traffic authorities and their handling of truck drivers and their respective companies?
This year’s golf tournament at Tall Timbers Golf Course set a new standard for what a golf tournament was truly capable of. From ripped shirts and team rivalries to free-wheeling golf carts and shirtless players, everyone went home with plenty of new stories they were no doubt eager to chat about come Monday morning. We once again had our cheerful T&P crew scattered throughout the golf course in order to assist in the tournament’s success. Keep reading to see some of the photo highlights from the tournament.
We will be mostly closed on Monday July 1st in observance of Canada Day. If you require any assistance you can still reach us as there will be some support staff available.
We have all experienced it.
You’re cruising through traffic, everything seems to be going fine. Out of no where someone cuts in front of you, causing you to slam on your breaks and barely escape ramming them. While in this scenario no one was hurt, the next time you may not be as fortunate.
Is there anything you can do to stop these idiot drivers?
The only thing better than a 4 day work week is a 3 day weekend!
We will be completely closed on Friday April 14th, 2017 in observance of Good Friday.
Does your morning commute or travels into the surrounding GVRD cities seem to be taking longer than normal? Well you are not alone. Almost everyone travelling to any of the Fraser Valley communities is feeling the annoyance of constant congestion and delays in their drive. Many say they just try to avoid this part of the highway whenever they can. What can be done to repair this mess?