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    Moncion-Marc

    Marc Moncion

    Marc is the Head of Safety. Compliance & Regulatory Affairs for Fleet Complete. Marc is an author and industry subject matter expert that has worked in numerous senior transportation management roles for over 25 years, including an Inspector for the MTO. Marc Sits on several Federal/State/provincial regulatory bodies and frequently provides commentary on emerging technology, best practices and regulatory affairs. In addition, Marc is a commercial driver's licence (CCD) holder and can drive all types of commercial vehicles in North America.

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    Expert Tip: Dashboard Installations In Your Vehicle

    July 19, 2019

    Brayn Gomez, Professional Installer and Technical Specialist, gives you his top Do's and Don't's when performing DIY installations in your vehicle.

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    New Rules for Pickup Trucks and Trailers in Ontario!

    July 17, 2019


    What Regulations are Impacted by these Changes?

    1. Regulation 611 (Safety Inspections)
    2. Ontario Regulation 424/97 (Commercial Vehicle Operator’s Information)
    3. Ontario Regulation 199/07 (Commercial Motor Vehicle Inspections)
    4. Ontario Regulation 555/06 (Hours of Service)
    5. Ontario Regulation 340/94 (Driver’s Licenses)

     

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    Using FMCSA's Safety Measurement System (SMS) to protect your CSA scores

    July 11, 2019

    Iron out U.S. Violations with DataQs

    With the full implementation of the ELD regulations in the U.S., it is important to know how to manage violations and inspection reports as they come up.

    As a motor carrier, you need to know how you can protect your Compliance, Safety, and Accountability (CSA) scores to maintain credibility and keep your Safety Measurement System (SMS) clean of violations.

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    Ontario Commercial Drivers: CVOR & ELD Requirements

    July 06, 2019

    A client operating a ¾ ton pickup (CVOR) in Ontario, Canada, was asking if BigRoad (ELD ) is required for this vehicle? If not, can he still use the application for tracking?

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    Episode 2 of Marc's Safety Corner Ride-A-Long: What to expect at an inspection station during Roadcheck

    June 28, 2019

    At the beginning of June this year, Department of Transportation (DOT) in the U.S. and Ministry of Transportation (MTO) in Canada held a national Roadcheck event. I ventured out bright and early to visit the Oakville South Truck Inspection Station in Oakville, Ontario. 

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    Webinar Recap: Canadian ELD Mandate

    June 28, 2019

    Everything you need to know about the impact of the new regulation on Canadian truck and bus fleets. 

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    Roadcheck 2019 is just around the corner!

    June 03, 2019

    (En français ?¿En español?)
    The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s (CVSA) International Roadcheck will take place on June 4-6 this year. Over the 3-day period period, CVSA Inspectors at Truck Inspection Stations, Lay-By’s and other locations throughout North America will conduct inspections on commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) and drivers.

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    CSA Safety Measurement System

    May 24, 2019

    The benefits of using the FMCSA's Safety Measurement System (SMS) to improve your fleet's safety ranking and DOT profile.

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    Ride-A-Long: Tips How To Reduce The Risk For Truck Drivers While On The Road

    May 16, 2019

    Marc Moncion gets into the cabin with you!

    An avid transportation industry expert and supporter, Marc is genuinely interested in learning how ever-growing cities and increasing traffic, new technologies and fleet safety practices and policies are affecting truck drivers today. 

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    On-Duty Time Differences when in Canada vs U.S.

    May 15, 2019

    On-duty time means the period that begins when a driver begins work or is required by the motor carrier to be available to work. The main exception is where a driver is waiting to be assigned to work. On-duty time will also end when the driver stops work, or is relieved of responsibility by the motor carrier. 

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