“Safety, Compliance, and Common Sense” with the National Association of Small Trucking Companies (NASTC).
Lower back pain, neck pain, trucker’s shoulder, sprains, strains, slips, falls. Trucking sure can beat you up. Physical therapist Drew Bossen has solutions for protecting yourself and recovering from injury when he joins Clare Marie on the “Highway To Health.”
A preview of the 30th Anniversary Make-A-Wish Mother’s Day Truck Convoy.
CPA John Turner of Able Tax Relief takes your calls.
Robert Braswell, Executive Director of ATA’s Technology and Maintenance Council, and Jane Jazrawy talk technology and operational issues and the Best Fleets to Drive For on “Tech Talk with TMC.”
“Trucking America” with the ATA’s Elisabeth Barna
“Canada Calling” with the Owner-Operator’s Business Association of Canada (OBAC)
A look at “earnings season” via how public carriers’ financials look, and what it means for this year from Carrier List President Kevin Hill and Michigan State University Assistant Professor of Logistics Dr. Jason Miller.
A look at the latest news from the hill on “Washington Trucking Week” with the Owner Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA).
Doug McElhaney discusses driver retention and how the industry can reduce turnover, including changes to pay, quality of life, benefits, and company culture on “Trucking 101.”
When it comes to coffee, are you a gourmet coffee drinker, or do you prefer a plain ol’ cuppa Joe?
It was once said that truck drivers know where to eat, who had the best slice of apple pie and where to find the best cup of coffee. Experts say the expectations of coffee drinkers are changing.
Road Athlete, Mark Everest, continues his discussion of what drives your habits for better or worse.
Regardless of how much you love trucking, what small change in the industry would make your job much better?
Most truck drivers really love what they do and couldn’t see themselves doing anything else. Although the love is there, some drivers feel that if the industry made just one small change, then it would be the absolute perfect job for them.
David Walco went from a jail cell to founding Truckers for the Homeless.
What’s your preferred way of making transactions while on the road? Have you totally embraced the “mobile wallet” yet?
There was a time when truck drivers would leave home with hundreds of dollars in their pocket to pay for expenses during their tour. Later, many drivers replaced the cash with credit cards for various reasons, safety being one. According to experts, with the emergence of mobile banking and the “mobile wallet,” credit cards could slowly become a thing of the past.
A St. Christopher Fund update with Shannon Currier.
Cancer survivor, James Templeton, shares his story.
Dr. John McElligott discusses restless leg syndrome and neuropathy.
Clare Marie and Jimmy Mac invite you to share stories about the dogs, cats, birds, fish, horses, and any other animals you care for and have made part of the family.
Pet Partners Therapy Animal Program Coordinator Teague Thomas explains the human-animal bond.
Clare Marie and Jimmy Mac talk detectives, sleuths, and gumshoes. Do you enjoy Sherlock Holmes? True Crime? Ever looked into a mystery?
Penny Farmer, author of Dead in the Water: My Forty Year Search for My Brother's Killer shares how she tracked down a murderer.
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