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Where to purchase 2012 MTO Airbrake handbook??

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Where to purchase 2012 MTO Airbrake handbook??

I'm in Toronto and I've been looking for the latest MTO Airbrake handbook for atleast a week now! I cannot find one. I'm looking for the latest version (2012) and I've tried craigslist, kijiji, chapters/indigo.

Does anyone know where I can pick one up locally?
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I agree, the office where you're tested is bound to carry something like this ... or at least have knowledge of who does.
Phone but preferably go in and ask.
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Pro wrote:
Oct 4th, 2012 2:06 pm
I'm in Toronto and I've been looking for the latest MTO Airbrake handbook for atleast a week now! I cannot find one. I'm looking for the latest version (2012) and I've tried craigslist, kijiji, chapters/indigo.

Does anyone know where I can pick one up locally?
Go to a Library and borrow it :razz: If the library don't have it, request for it they have to have all those books in stock ;)
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Thanks for responses.

I was hoping to find it in a book store or even a corner store. No such luck just yet.
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Oct 4th, 2012 4:37 pm
Thanks for responses.

I was hoping to find it in a book store or even a corner store. No such luck just yet.
That book is garbage, it confuse you more than anything and you don't even need to keep a copy of it.

You don't need chapters after chapters to help you understand a simple concept, and hiding all the important numbers that you need to memorize in all the text...
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Oct 4th, 2012 4:46 pm
That book is garbage, it confuse you more than anything and you don't even need to keep a copy of it.

You don't need chapters after chapters to help you understand a simple concept, and hiding all the important numbers that you need to memorize in all the text...
What would you suggest then? Trying to get a headstart on an upcoming training program.
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If you have an airbrake course included in your program, don't need to touch the book, most instructors can teach an airbrake course without the book and get ppl pass the written for Z endorsement no problem.

Watch youtube videos, learn to back and shift (double clutch) is the key for now!

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