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507, 2022

Shifting Gears With A Eaton Fuller Road Ranger Gearbox (Crash Box)

By |July 5th, 2022|Categories: Heavy Vehicle Training Video|

Shifting Gears With A Eaton Fuller Road Ranger Gearbox(Crash Box)A common mistake new truck drivers make is to over rev the engine on the lower gears 1 to 4.This makes the drive jerky and uncomfortable.Lower gears are designed to get the load moving, not to catch up with other road user’s.The correct way to shift gears is to move progressively through the gears, that is if you move off in [...]

406, 2021

Be Safe, Leave Space

By |June 4th, 2021|Categories: Heavy Vehicle Training Video|

Be Safe, Leave Space Trucks need more room to turn, change lanes and stop. By understanding that large trucks need more room to operate, and by taking a few extra precautions around trucks, passenger vehicle drivers can significantly reduce the risks of being involved in a serious crash. Give trucks lots of space — don’t take away their turning or braking room. Don’t merge too soon — when [...]

1603, 2016

Truck Training Videos

By |March 16th, 2016|Categories: Heavy Vehicle Training Video|

Truck Training Videos If you are considering obtaining a Heavy Vehicle License, OnRoad Offroad encourage you to view these excellent videos. Swift Academy Backing Tutorial Learn how to back a trailer with this quick and easy tutorial from the Swift Driving Academy. Video instruction by Swift Academy Instructor Paul Fleck. The Following videos are produced by the good folks at G & L Heavy Vehicle Driving Centre” (content and videos reproduced [...]

1503, 2016

Be Truck Aware

By |March 15th, 2016|Categories: Heavy Vehicle Training Video|

Trucks have blind spots Due to their size and length, trucks have larger blind spots than the average car. This means truck drivers may not be able to see you. So for everyone’s safety, be cautious when driving next to, or behind a truck – can they see you?…/be-truc…/index.html




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