Need A Reason To Change Something? Start Talking “Human Rights”

Currently, Ontario is the only province (and, perhaps, the only jurisdiction in the world) that requires Class A drivers to take an on-road retest upon reaching age 65, and annually thereafter. Drivers, therefore, must take their truck off the road for a day (company drivers have to find a truck to take the test with), often at their own expense.

Age is the sole trigger for this requirement, which, as revealed in several articles published by Today’s Trucking, may actually be in conflict with the province’s own age-based human rights legislation.

The rest.


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