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Plow Season Is Here......Tips To Keep You Safe On The Roads

Posted by on 27 November 2012

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Winter in Central New York can be pretty rough. From October to April, the beautiful Salt City turns cold and snowy and commuting becomes hazardous. During the winter months plow trucks take to the streets to keep our roads clear and safe and we must remember to keep an eye out for them. They're an extremely common sight in Syracuse during the winter. Generally speaking, they're very hard to miss. It's best to try to give them as much room as possible. They're quite large, they can move quickly in some situations where your car might not be able to. Snowplows tend to travel at a lower rate of speed than other vehicles, so be sure to slow down if you see one in front of you.

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Posted by on 15 November 2012

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Keep roads safer by staying ahead of the storm

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High Demand for Technicians in Heavy Truck & Equipment Industry

Posted by on 12 November 2012

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Every industry is affected by the ups and downs of our economy. In many cases there are more people looking for jobs than there are openings, especially as new waves of graduates attempt to join the workforce. Another side of that struggle is the shortage of skilled workers in the field. The burden of tuition leaves young people who might go to school for technical training unable to. As a result of that, the low numbers of enrollment can lead to some programs shutting down before they even begin. One example of that shortage is of technicians in the heavy duty truck and equipment industries. As the current generation of techs get closer and closer to retiring there is a growing demand for the next wave of workers. Unfortunately the veterans also get "stolen" from dealers, or offered extra compensation to leave their current employer.

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