Things To Review Regularly To Help You Remain DOT Compliant

Whether you are a commercial driver or the owner of a company that employs commercial drivers, it is imperative that you remain compliant with DOT regulations. Violations can result in large fines or keep your from operating. Because compliance can be confusing at times, and different states have tweaked the federal regulations a bit, you need to keep a manual at all warehouses and in every truck. There are a few specific regulations you should refer to on a regular basis to make sure things have not changed. [Read More]

Want To Start Your Own Charter Service? Two Tips To Keep Your Customers Happy

If you are a pilot, starting your own charter service can be very lucrative for you. You do, however, need to ensure that you keep your customers happy. Doing so will not only keep them as your customer but they will likely tell other people about your service. Below are two tips to help you get started doing this. Quick Turn Service A quick turn service will help you fuel your charter plane to get you in the air quickly. [Read More]

Exploring The Skies With Confidence And Preparation - Questions To Ask Before An Aircraft Engine Overhaul

Owning your own aircraft can allow you to feel like you've attained a level of freedom that many others may only have dreamt of. If the skies open up to you, the potential for exploration can seem endless, but it's vitally important that you stay on top of maintenance tasks before you take off into the unknown. When the time comes for a full overhaul of an aircraft engine, you may feel a degree of uncertainty about the process. [Read More]

Transportation Options For An Adult Class Trip

For a field trip with a continuing education or other adult class, the days of riding around in the school bus are over. There are a few options that could make getting from one place to another easy for trip organizers. Meet at the Location The first option is having each person be responsible for their own transportation. It certainly makes planning easier on the part of the chaperone, and you don't have to worry about someone getting left behind. [Read More]