In recent winter months, I’ve taken a couple of students out on mountain trips. These consist of 8-hours in the truck driving through remote country in south-central British Columbia.
When the student arrives, my personal vehicle is parked beside the "big truck". From there I'm loading supplies into the rig: clothes consisting of ski jacket, snow pants, mitts, scarves and a touque. Blankets and enough food for a couple of days complete the list of supplies.
Professional driver training for getting a new licence or upgrading to a higher-class licence has become pretty much standard practice. Driving schools do two tasks in the time that they’re with students:
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