In order to qualify for admission and to operate trucks in Canada and the United States, applicants must meet the requirements below.
18 years of age to operate in Canada.
21 years of age to operate in United States.
Be able to read and speak English Language sufficiently to converse with the general public. To understand highway traffic signs and signals in
English language under Subpart B #391.11 (2) Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations in the United States. Have a grade 10 education or equivalent.
Individuals with a criminal record should apply for a Canadian Pardon .Not have a criminal record for which a United States Waiver cannot be
granted (You may not be able to cross into the United States without a waiver)
Be able to pass a pre-employment drug test as outlined in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulation under Section # 382.301 pre-employment
testing. Pass Ontario and United States medical requirements (The Ontario Ministry of Transportation has special requirements for blood pressure, blood
sugar levels, eyesight, hearing and other physical criterial)
Have a current Ontario full “G” license.
Should have no more than 3 demerit points.
Provide a driver’s abstract no less than 30 days old at the time of the interview (This will help us determine your best option for training
Should not have more than 2 tickets for moving violations in the past 3 years.
Should not have more than one “at-fault” accident in the past 5 years.
Should not have had a driver’s license suspension in the past 3 years.