Truckers Against Trafficking’s Kylla Lanier is joined by Sula Skiles to discuss the demand for commercial sex. Sula is a sex trafficking survivor, motivational speaker, and advocate. It’s “Traffic Stop” with TAT.
“Safety, Compliance, and Common Sense” with the National Association of Small Trucking Companies (NASTC).
The top three health conditions leading to medical certification delays are hypertension, diabetes, and sleep apnea. Medical Examiner and President of Pass My Physical, Dr. David Thorpe, joins Clare Marie to discuss ways to manage these conditions, and answer your health and DOT physical questions on the “Highway to Health.”
It’s a “Destination Detour” to the AAF Tank Museum in Danville, VA.
Robert Braswell, Executive Director of ATA’s Technology and Maintenance Council, and Darry Stuart take calls on your general maintenance concerns on “Tech Talk with TMC.”
How does drug and alcohol testing work? What’s changed recently? What changes are coming? JJ Keller’s Tom Bray has the answers.
As carriers compete to fill more trucks, drivers look for the best deals. A good pay package is always important, but drivers shouldn’t forget about the benefits companies provide. Crete Carrier President and COO Tim Aschoff discusses.
“Canada Calling” with the Owner-Operator’s Business Association of Canada (OBAC).
“Maintenance Matters” with TA’s Director of Technical Service, Homer Hogg.
Still using an AOBRD? The guys from FMCSA will explain why you’ll need to switch over to an ELD and take your calls on “FMCSA Hotline.”
CPA John Turner of Able Tax Relief takes your calls.
Together for Safer Roads is an innovative coalition of global private sector companies, across industries, collaborating to improve road safety. Find out about their work, as well as Republic Services’ Driver of the Year Awards and ROAD-EO National Championship from Republic Services Senior VP, Jim Olson.
Washington Post Associate Editor Steve Luxenberg discusses his new book, Separate: The Story of Plessy V. Ferguson, and America’s Journey from Slavery to Segregation.
A look at the latest news from the hill on “Washington Trucking Week” with the Owner Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA).
“Trucking 101” with transportation safety consultant, Doug McElhaney.
How many truck stops and trucking companies can you remember from the past? Do you remember any of the logos on the trailers?
Back by popular demand!
Have you ever done business with a handshake? Do you know anyone that still does business this way?
Remember the old-fashioned way of doing business with a handshake? According to experts, due to so many untrustworthy people, doing business with a handshake is a thing of the past. In fact, even with a binding contract, some people still try to find a way to take advantage of others.
Psychiatrist, Dr. Lawrence Peacock.
Whether you like or dislike the idea of uniforms, do you feel that uniforms would make a difference in how the public views truck drivers?
For at least a decade, truck drivers have voiced their opinions, good and bad, on uniforms. Experts say that uniforms symbolize an expected level of expertise, confidence and pride, not to mention that the public will generally view the employee as a true professional.
Mark Schroyer and Laurence Gration with The American Truck Historical Society talk about their upcoming convention in Reno.
Dr. John McElligott.
Back by popular demand, one of the first questions Clare Marie and Jimmy Mac posed: How’d you get your handle or nickname?
ANYT best-selling author James Geary discusses his new book, Wit’s End: What Wit Is, How It Works, and Why We Need It-- a whimsical book that explores every facet of wittiness, from its role in innovation to why puns demonstrate the essence of creativity.
Ditch the planes and automobiles and ride the rails on a morning dedicated to trains with Clare Marie and Jimmy Mac.
A look a how to get started in model railroading—and how far down the rabbit hole you can go—with the National Model Railroad Association.
The fascinating story of the Railway Mail Service from Nancy Pope, Head Curator of the History Department at the Smithsonian National Postal Museum.
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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.
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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.