Today I want to talk about something completely different: our roads and the damage they do to our health and our trucks.
Isn’t it sad that we think we have things so bad, when we have all the essentials of life like food, clothing and shelter, and most of us have a job to go to even if we don’t love it?
Most transport operators are aware of the perceived disparity between heavy vehicle drivers and the rest of the motoring community across a multitude of issues all motorists confront.
Shaping a stronger future for transport workers is the shared responsibility of the industry and the clients who use the industry.
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A great question and it will come with an answer that every operator should consider very carefully. Uninsured losses are many are varied and with every business, the loss circumstances are different.
As we move through February and try to maintain our optimism for 2021 it has been made difficult by states still not cooperating on COVID-19 and closing borders with little warning, throwing plans into chaos, and separating families once again.
If you have ever wanted to make change within our industry or make your views heard, now is the time to do it.
After 12 months of disruption to the Victorian Transport Association’s typically busy events, professional development, and networking calendar, I am thrilled to be able to confirm our annual state conference will be going ahead – in person – in March.
The busy season has passed with the wheels still rolling after the most turbulent year in all our memories.