If you operate a large truck on a commercial basis, you will need to try and maximise each payload so that you can be as efficient as possible. It can often be tempting to add extra goods to the vehicle to try and squeeze a little bit more out of your day, and while this may feel as if it is acceptable, it may nevertheless cause issues on the road. What problems could this generate, and how can you overcome them?
Hi all! I'm Gary and I run a non-profit which teaches defensive driving skills. Of course, most of my students are in their teens, but I did have one gentleman who had received his license at sixty-two! We use an old speedway track to teach drivers what to do when obstacles are on the road and generally how to react in emergencies. I love what I do! Many companies see the benefit of this program and donate generously. My biggest expense by far is maintaining and repairing the cars we use in training. Not all students gain skills quickly! Even though I'm a driving instructor and not a mechanic, I now know an awful lot about car parts and where to find them. My students are often quite impressed by my broad knowledge base, so I thought I would share it with the world. Thank you and stay safe.