Women in Trucking’s Ellen Voie is joined by December Member of the Month, Bonnie Supan.
“Safety, Compliance, and Common Sense” with the National Association of Small Trucking Companies (NASTC).
What do you need to know about your DOT physical? What do you need to bring? What should you do the day of the exam? Medical Examiner and the President of Pass My Physical Dr. David Thorpe joins Clare Marie to take your calls on the 75th edition of “Highway to Health.”
Robert Braswell, Executive Director of ATA’s Technology and Maintenance Council, and Herman Miller with part 3 of their winter prep discussion on “Tech Talk with TMC.”
Drivers and carriers have a lot to adjust to and prep for this year. JJ Keller’s Tom Bray has the details.
Tim Aschoff, President and COO of Crete Carrier and Shaffer Trucking and Crete driver Matt Nikkel share insights on the recruiting process.
“Canada Calling” with the Owner-Operator’s Business Association of Canada (OBAC).
“Maintenance Matters” with Homer Hogg, Director of Technical Service for TravelCenters of America.
Folks from the FMCSA take your calls on “FMCSA Hotline.”
CPA John Turner of Able Tax Relief takes your calls.
Ben Jones, who played Cooter on “Dukes of Hazzard” shares memories from the show and talks about the upcoming 40 year reunion in Nashville on Jan 26.
A look at the latest news from the hill on “Washington Trucking Week” with the Owner Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA).
“Into the Last Empty Places” with author and adventurer Peter Stark. A guide to those out of the way places in America that many listeners have driven through but may not have fully appreciated, understood, or contemplated.
Have you ever been dispatched to a town so small that it was not even on the map? What has been the hardest town for you to get to?
From the largest metropolitan cities to the smallest of towns throughout North America, they are all touched by a truck and truck driver at some point. Occasionally, a truck driver is dispatched with a load going to a town that he’s never heard of before, and the town may not even be on the map.
Road Athlete, Mark Everest asks if you believe in yourself enough to change the behaviors that are holding you back.
Have you met truck drivers during your career who became lifelong friends? Are there drivers you only met once who left a lasting impression?
Truck drivers meet other truck drivers daily, whether at a truck stop, shipper/receiver, or perhaps, running together across a state.
Dr. Ed. discusses prostate issues.
How often do you check or update your social media account? Would you suffer withdrawals if you were to cut back, or give up social media?
Social media is a great tool, when used responsibly. According to The American Psychological Association, constantly checking your social media can cut your productivity by as much as 40 percent. However, other experts say that cutting back, or even giving up social media, while good, can cause a person to suffer withdrawals.
Mark Schroyer and Cam Lavin with the American Truck Historical Society.
Jimmy Mac and Clare Marie are talking winter weather all weekend long. A wonderland? A time for peaceful reflection? Or is snow just another four-letter word?
Jeff Leich, Executive Director of the New England Ski Museum in Franconia, NH shares the 8,000 year history of skiing—from prehistoric skis to the role of skiing in the military and developments in ski resort technology.
A look at an exciting winter adventureland from Amy Renfranz, Chief Naturalist and Director of Education at Grandfather Mountain in Linville, NC.
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Since the 1980's when he received his Chauffer's License and started driving a truck professionally, he has worked as a company driver, an owner-operator, a small fleet owner, a recruiter and a terminal manager. Chosen by Dave Nemo to be a part of his broadcast family, his knowledge of every facet of trucking has served him well.
Tune in to the Tim Ridley Show each weekday and hear a new perspective on trucking.
Just because you’re on the road or on the job doesn’t mean you don’t deserve a weekend. And that is exactly what Dave Nemo Weekends provides.
Resident know-it-all Jimmy Mac and lovely brainiac Clare Marie aim to keep you laughing and unwinding with their own version of a diner breakfast conversation. Inspired by a different topic each morning, they spin off into famous birthdays, tips for better living, jokes, favorite movies, homespun recipes, humorous rants, any place the coffee and laughs take you. Pull up a cup of coffee and join the conversation.