UGO announces commercial vehicle training workshop
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Utah Guides & Outfitters is sponsoring a commercial vehicle training workshop in Moab on Tuesday, April 3. The program, which is for commercial vehicle operators who work for river, bike, climbing, ATV, shuttle, lodging and other industry businesses, will be conducted by the Utah Highway Patrol, according to a news release from the group.

The training will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. at the large meeting room at Zions Bank, 330 S. Main Street. The event is free and open to the public.

During the training, Utah Highway Patrol Cpl. Randy Allred and trooper Jeff Arbon will outline Utah state requirements for the operation of commercial vehicles, including Department of Transportation numbers, 15-passenger vans, trailers, buses, and others. The training will be targeted towards owners, operations managers, and drivers, according to the news release.

For reservations, contact Don Oblak, 435-259-6007 or by email at

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