Scott McIntosh, inventor of Cell Phone Seat, an ingenious way to use your cupholder for to hold your phone—without sacrificing the space for your cup.
Truckers Against Trafficking’s Ashley Smith and Alex Garbasi from OBS Group cover how the oil and gas industry is joining the fight against human trafficking and TAT’s plans for MATS on “Traffic Stop.”
“Safety, Compliance, and Common Sense” with the National Association of Small Trucking Companies (NASTC).
Medical Examiner and President of Pass My Physical, Dr. David Thorpe, continues his discussion of the top three reasons drivers experience medical certification delays—wrapping up the topic of diabetes and moving onto culprit #3, sleep apnea. He joins Clare Marie to take your calls for the full hour on “Highway to Health.”
Robert Braswell, Executive Director of ATA’s Technology and Maintenance Council, and special guests live from the TMC Annual Meeting on “Tech Talk with TMC.”
JJ Keller’s Tom Bray continues last month’s discussion of drug testing.
The driver recruiter is the primary contact when a driver is looking at a company. It’s an important position—but what does it take to be a successful recruiter? Crete Carrier President and COO Tim Aschoff and Director of Driver Recruiting Craig Wingle discuss on “Recruiter Roundtable.”
“Canada Calling” with the Owner-Operator’s Business Association of Canada (OBAC).
“Maintenance Matters” with Homer Hogg, Director of Technical Service for Travel Centers of America.
The launch of the CDL Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse is set to take place in January 2020. Find out how you can prepare now on “FMCSA Hotline.”
CPA John Turner of Able Tax Relief takes your calls.
Journalist, award-winning author, and New York Times Op-Ed contributor Matti Friedman discusses his new book, Spies of No Country: Secret Lives at the Birth of Israel, which tells the little-known, real-life espionage story of a unit of Jewish spies assembled by the British during WWII, who went undercover in the battle for Israeli statehood.
Find out how and why sports-related celebrations boost productivity in the workplace form Stephanie Naznitsky, Executive Director of OfficeTeam, a division of Robert Half.
A look at the latest news from the hill on “Washington Trucking Week” with the Owner Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA).
Transportation consultant Doug McElhaney looks at the barriers to automation in the trucking industry, and what jobs will be eliminated if trucking becomes automated on "Trucking 101."
Do you panic, stress, suffer from anxiety or feel lost when you misplace or lose your cell phone?
Many truck drivers were born into the cellphone era and couldn’t imagine being on the road without one. Even for those who predate the personal mobile phone, a study shows that being without or losing our mobile device causes us to suffer from Nomophobia - the feeling of panic, anxiety and stress when we don’t have access to our smartphone.
Dr. Jamie Aten, disaster psychologist, didn’t expect to hear “stage IV colorectal cancer” at age 35 – especially since he’d already survived another disaster eight years prior. Hurricane Katrina hit his neighborhood six days after moving to South Mississippi. Yet Aten is still standing, and he’s written a new book to help other survivors cultivate resilience, “A Walking Disaster: What Hurricane Katrina and Cancer Taught me About Faith and Resilience,” from Templeton Press.
What was your initial thought when you first climbed inside a semi? Did it scare you in any way?
MPlenty of successful truck drivers had a fear of trucks before learning to drive one. Some had never even seen the inside of a truck prior to truck driving school.
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Amer Nabil and Therapist Matt Bohonowicz discuss depression.
How many times have you changed jobs since you started your trucking career?
We’ve talked about job hopping in the past. In 2018 the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the average time a person stayed with an employer was 4.3 years for men and 4 years for women and a person would change jobs an average of 12 times during his/her career. Most people today feel that staying at the same place for long could cost them thousands of dollars with no real reward in terms of job security, meaning that they would leave for better pay. Experts say this number will most likely climb in 2019.
Nikki Townsend discusses being 3 years drug free.
AMark Schroyer and Laurence Gration from the American Truck Historical Society talk about MATS and their upcoming convention in Reno.
How do you enjoy your free time alone?
Greg Rivera and Quang Le discuss their new book, I Pity the Dolls, which features the largest collection of Mr. T memorabilia in the world.
‘Tis the season for sacrifice—Lent. What sacrifices have you made in your life? How’s your willpower when it comes to delayed gratification?
Psychologist Dr. Natalia Peart discusses her new book, FutureProofed: How to Navigate Disruptive Change, Find Calm in Chaos, and Success in Work and Life.
Dave Nemo hosts a live call-in program that spotlights news and topics of interest for professional drivers.
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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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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.