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The charges and suspensions stemmed from an investigation first launched in October 2019.
Meet Nic and Carla, a married couple who travel the country in their tractor trailer. Out on the road, Nic and Carla often face discrimination, so they created their own YouTube channel to share their experiences with the world.
Companies of all sizes are already testing them out.
New border rules could prove to be a financial and administrative headache.
Rightfully, the secretary of HATS has called for a ban to transporting elephants in trucks, he has told me that the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests is taking immediate measures to amend the elephant transportation rules that will also restrict the speed limits of these trucks.
The billions of dollars that the US sends to Middle Eastern countries to import is a choice. This has led Amory Lovins to state that there's more oil in Detroit than in Saudi Arabia. There's actually no oil in Detroit, but the reluctance of auto executives to pursue higher fuel efficiency standards, imposes billions of dollars of cost on North American companies and car owners.
An exclusive report by Radio-Canada is raising new concerns about road safety in Quebec, after truck drivers admit to tampering