December is the perfect time to assess your financial year in 2018 and plan for 2019. What should you be looking for as you review the past 11-12 months? Find out from Certified Financial Planner, Joseph Falbo.
Ace Collins shares the stories behind popular Christmas songs
“Safety, Compliance, and Common Sense” with the National Association of Small Trucking Companies (NASTC).
American Truck Dealers Chairwoman Jodie Teuton discusses the Federal Excise Tax.
It’s a “Destination Detour” to Santa Claus, Indiana, with Melissa Arnold, Executive Director of the Spencer County Visitors Bureau.
Robert Braswell, Executive Director of ATA’s Technology and Maintenance Council, and Tom Cuthbertson discuss in-cab technology on “Tech Talk with TMC.”
In 2015, Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) carrier members began hauling “The Wall That Heals,” a 250-foot replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to communities throughout the United States. Find out about this year’s plans on “Load ‘Em Up, Move ‘Em Out.”
“Canada Calling” with the Owner-Operator’s Business Association of Canada (OBAC).
“Kickin’ the Tires” with Jeff Williams, TA Commercial Tire Network Regional sales Manager.
Rover, it’s cold outside! Keeping pets happy and healthy in the winter can be challenging. Integrative veterinarian Dr. Carol Osborne joins Clare Marie for a special pet edition of “Highway to Health.”
A continuation of last month’s look at ATRI’s Top Industry Issues for 2018 on “ATRI on the Air.”
CPA John Turner of Able Tax Relief takes your calls.
Jimmy Mac is live with special guests from the US Chamber of Commerce for the Transition Trucking: Driving for Excellence award announcement hosted by Fastport.
A look at the latest news from the hill on “Washington Trucking Week” with the Owner Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA).
How many applications did you fill out before getting a job offer? How long did it take to get hired on with your company?
It takes an average of 20 applications to get one interview and more than 15 interviews to get one job offer. When it comes to trucking, the odds are a lot better-- an experienced driver with good credentials can be hired in less than a week, after filling out one application.
Elvis impersonator Eugene Eash in studio with Elvisgrams.
Were there things you wished you knew before getting into trucking?
The lifestyle of a truck driver can be a culture shock and many drivers have said to themselves, “I wish someone would’ve told me this before I made this commitment.”
Was the first six months or the first year the toughest for you? At what point did you know that trucking was for you?
Most new drivers leave trucking within the first six months, according to trucking experts. The main reason is being away from home. Statistics shows that if a driver makes it past the six month mark, there’s a good chance that he/she will make it in the industry.
JThe ST. Christopher Update with Shannon Currier.
Rock around the Christmas tree, roast them chestnuts, and deck them halls with boughs of jolly—it’s Christmas party spectacular! Join Clare Marie to talk Christmas song history, unusual traditions, the stuff you want for Christmas, and the age-old battle between those who think Die Hard is a Christmas movie, and those who are wrong.
Find out about the embarrassment of Christmas riches in Branson, Missouri.
Jimmy Mac live from the Wreaths Across America wreath laying event at Arlington National Cemetery.
Poinsettias, holly, mistletoe, oh my! Dig into all of our favorite Christmas flora on “Garden Path” with Dave Whitinger, Executive Director of the National Gardening Association.
The Christmas free-for-all continues! Join Clare Marie to talk Christmas song history, unusual traditions, the stuff you want for Christmas, and the age-old battle between those who think Die Hard is a Christmas movie, and those who are wrong.
One report says that consumers spend $67 on each of their pets for the holidays…so, what are you getting your cat for Christmas? Adele Park, journalist and author of Splat! A Quirky Cat Audio Book, shares insight on why we splurge on our furballs, and what to get the crazy cat lady in your life.
The inspirational story of Justin Peck, off-road race car driver who survived a suicide attempt and offers encouragement for those struggling with mental health conditions.
Dave Nemo hosts a live call-in program that spotlights news and topics of interest for professional drivers.
Featured segments include financial and business advice, equipment issues and health.
Let Tim get you through sunrise with a combination of fun and information. It's everything you need to know and a bunch of stuff that you didn't know you needed!
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.