Transportation & Logistics

Running a trucking and transportation company is an all-day every-day sort of business. As an owner/operator you don't have much time left for your bookkeeping and taxes.
Over the last several months, many Canadian small business owners and independent contractors - including farmers and truck drivers - have likely noticed that the nation seems to be in a bit of economic distress right now. 
The following are some of truckers' more commonly overlooked tax deductions.
The following are a few tips for how to develop a reliable and efficient bookkeeping system that truck drivers can take on the road.
The following recommendations can help trucking firms adequately prepare for tax season.
With winter weather being what it is in Canada - several months of often bitterly cold temperatures, accompanied by frozen precipitation - it can make for treacherous driving. Yet despite the season being relatively young, there has been a high number of accidents involving commercial truckers in Ontario, raising the alarm of traffic safety officials.
The Ontario Trucking Association recently applauded the provincial government for attempting to make entry-level training mandatory.
Automated manual transmissions are growing in popularity within the North American trucking industry.
Most of the provinces in Canada have agreed to allow full-sized trailer tails on the road.
When you operate a transportation business, whether as an owner operator or with a fleet of drivers, the costs associated with driving truck  can pile up quickly.
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