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Tips for surviving a roadside inspection:

  • Be professional and courteous when asked to participate in a roadside inspection.
  • Don't be afraid to ask questions or share basic information with an inspector.
  • Be aware of the "Out-of-Service" Criteria. It includes brake system, coupling devices, pintle hooks, frame, exhaust system, fuel system, lighting, load securement, steering mechanism, suspension, tires, wheels, rims and hubs, windshield wipers, placarding and logs. Cross check this list when you do your pre-trip.
  • Make sure your e-logs are current, (up to date to the last change of duty status) inspectors will go through it thoroughly during a Level I inspection
  • Brakes and brake adjustment. (A note of caution: Automatic brake adjusters don't always work)
  • Make sure all your lights are working (just before dusk, stop and do a quick walk around to check all the lights)
  • Tires and Wheels: Bald tires and sidewall damage are an invitation for a thorough inspection.
  • Load Securement: Make sure your load is secure. All straps and chains are tight with no play in them.

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Employee of The Month

Dustin Berezowsky is our Employee of the Month for Sept 2021

Dustin looks after Driver Logistics at Rheinland and constantly ensures that every aspect of his job is performed to the absolute best of his abilities so our drivers can perform at theirs.

Congratulations Dustin from your family at Rheinland

The backbone of our company is our professional team of dedicated drivers.

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Phone: (306) 249-4446
Toll Free: (866) 999-4384
Fax: (306) 975-7072

Our Address

Physical: 24 Peters Ave
Corman Industrial Park
Saskatoon Sk