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     Introduction

  Being a professional driver involves more
  than just driving a different type of vehicle.
  It means taking pride in your work and
  being recognized as a professional driver.
 
  As a professional driver you must
  always make sure you are mentally and
  physically fit to drive, your vehicle is
  well maintained and is in good working
  condition, and you drive within the law
  including driving without distractions.
 
  Always drive defensively. Be patient and
  tolerant of other drivers. Protect yourself,
  the vehicle, the passengers and the cargo.
  The more you can anticipate and avoid
  dangerous situations, the less likely you
  will be in a collision. Being involved in a
  collision may result in loss of income, job,
  health and possibly a life.


  Remember that road safety is
  everyone’s business.

  This guide is also available on-line.
  Web site: www.transportation.alberta.ca
  (under Drivers and Vehicles)

 

April 2014
   

 

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