Trafficking survivor Sula Skiles and Truckers Against Trafficking’s Kylla Lanier discuss TAT’s Man to Man campaign and why buying sex isn’t a typical male activity on “Traffic Stop.”
A “Destination Detour” to the Old Idaho Penitentiary.
“Safety, Compliance, and Common Sense” with the National Association of Small Trucking Companies (NASTC).
Ever wonder if you can take a medication while driving? Medical examiner and President of Pass My Physical Dr. David Thorpe has those answers, as well as answers about anything you could possibly want to know about the DOT physical when he joins Clare Marie on the “Highway To Health.”
A conversation with former trucker and 1961 Freedom Rider Dr. “Rip” Patton.
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.”
Scott Grenerth from Truck Specialized Parking Services continues his discussion of truck parking.
JJ Keller’s Tom Bray covers vehicle inspection requirements and best practices, in advance of international Roadcheck.
When it comes to recruiting drivers we often think of the professionals on the phone, fielding calls, answering questions from drivers who want to know more about their company. But on the front lines current drivers for a company can be a great asset in finding prospective new drivers. 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 trying to understand when and how to use personal conveyance? Get your questions answered from the experts during the “FMCSA Hotline.”
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.
Q.O.D. Do you feel what you do is important? Have you ever stopped to think about the lives you touch and the people you help every day?
Trucking and truck drivers are very important to our commerce and our nation. It’s easy to get into the rut of picking up and delivering freight and not think about the importance of what you do. There is a reason you chose this occupation and there’s a reason that trucks and truck drivers exist. Our nation depends you!
Do you pay extra for fast delivery when ordering online? Being a truck driver who only has limited time at home, would you pay even more for same day delivery to have your product before you leave?
A recent survey shows that 99% of U.S. consumers say they want fast delivery when making online purchases and are willing to pay extra for faster service. They also say that same-day delivery is the fastest growing expedited delivery option.
Therapists Amer Nabil and Matt Bohonowicz.
For relaxation while on home time, do you spend time on the water, camp, get on the motorcycle, woodwork in the shop, or just do plain ole’ nothing?
Home time for a truck driver is very valuable. Unfortunately, sometimes a driver has so much to do while home, he/she may not have time to relax before going back out. But when a driver has the time to relax, it prepares the mind and body for the next tour.
Mustang historian Donald Farr shares his new book, Boss Mustang: 50 Years.
American Truck Historical Society VP Mark Schroyer and Delia Meier, owner of the Iowa 80 Truck Stop.
Joyce Bartens with Bartens Media.
Share the times you rose to the challenges of life: parenthood, new career, or just an attitude adjustment.
How can eliminating clutter change your life? Psychologist Dr. Frieda Birnbaum helps you create a less stressful space.
Executive Director of the National Gardening Association Dave Whitinger talks about the importance of pollinators and how we can help them on “Garden Path.”
Jimmy Mac and Clare Marie ask about those people who came late into your life, and made you wonder how you survived without them.
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