Driving a commercial vehicle can be tricky, especially when the route takes you through treacherous roadways or driving conditions aren't ideal.
The Coquihalla Highway is one of British Columbia's most difficult highways to navigate because of the extreme winds and heavy snowfall that can start as early as September and last through March or April. Whether you're a veteran truck driver or new to the Coquihalla, the tips below can help make the trip a little smoother.
Here’s how to drive with care throughout the rainy fall and winter months.
Commercial truck drivers in British Columbia will frequently encounter wet weather. This means that we have to know how to stay safe on slick roads with heavy loads and large rigs. As soon as the first drops hit your windshield, you need to understand the dangers of rainy weather and follow the best driving practices.