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Welcome to The Lead Pedal Podcast with Host Bruce Outridge

Trucking, Business, and Leadership for Truck Drivers

Available on the following platforms

Stitcher Radio  itunesiHeart radio  Google Play Spotify SoundClud Tunein Radio

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The Lead Pedal Podcast aims to be a positive voice for truck drivers in the transportation industry. The Lead Pedal Podcast is a Canadian show for those in the trucking industry wanting to improve their trucking careers or businesses. What does The Lead Pedal Podcast mean? The Lead (pronounced “Led”) stands for acceleration or fast-track of your career. It is a play on words and we certainly are not here promoting speeding in the industry. We are hoping this information will help you become a professional driver faster than if you didn’t know about many of these topics.

"New School Information with Old School Pride!"

The interviews, information, features and other items that are meant to be helpful for drivers and those in the trucking industry. We are not here to wine and complain about the industry but aim to offer positive ways to create a successful trucking career. Professional truck drivers work for good carriers, good carriers treat drivers better, and pay better, therefore having good careers. Learn more at www.theleadpedalpodcast.com

 

Check out our Sponsors 

Click the logos to visit specific pages or view their videos on the right hand side of the page.

 

Fleet-Tax Services   DriverCheck  Ontario Truck Driving School   Rosedale Group  Chrome Supply Warehouse Fluke Transport 

 

The Lead Pedal Podcast is an Official Media Sponsor for These Organizations

Truck Convoy for Special Olympics            Trucking for a Cure

The Lead Pedal Podcast episodes are released every Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 5:00am Eastern Standard Time. You can learn more about the host and show at on the "About" Page and make sure follow the podcast on social media.

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Sep 10, 2018

Fitness for Duty Summit

Fitness for Duty Summit with Jeremy Thiel

Bruce chats with Jeremy Thiel of DriverCheck about their upcoming Fitness for Duty Summit Event happening on October 3rd, and 4th in Milton Ontario Canada. The event will focus on the new regulations and programs for the trucking industry as it relates to drugs and alcohol in...


Fleet-Tax Service’s Mississauga location is now fully opened for business.

Nov 8, 2017

Fleet Tax Services

Over the summer months Fleet-Tax Services opened a second location in Mississauga at 1115 Midway Boulevard to expand their services to the Toronto transportation market. After a successful opening celebration in October the company is now fully focused on satisfied clients in the industry. The new location offers the...


Fleet Tax Services Opens New Drug Collection Location in Mississauga ON

Oct 12, 2017

Fleet Tax Services

Fleet-Tax Services has expanded their operations to Mississauga Ontario. The company is known as a one stop shop for drug and alcohol testing collection, permits and authorities, and compliance services such as log book verification. With their current office located in Beamsville Ontario on the corridor from Toronto...


DriverCheck offers Occupational Health Assessments for over 30 years

Oct 6, 2017

DriverCheck

DriverCheck has developed health assessments and programs under the expertise of physicians and medical experts for over 30 years. The programs can be customized to meet the needs of your specific business and needs of your employees. DriverCheck prides themselves with minimal wait times and services can be booked and...


Fleet-Tax Services is your one-stop shop for all your trucking needs

Sep 13, 2017

Fleet Tax Services

Fleet-Tax Services is your one-stop shop for all your trucking needs

Many large trucking companies have teams and departments to keep them run smoothly, but what about the smaller companies? What about those companies that only have a few trucks or carriers with few management personnel? Those are the companies that...