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Each day's show includes a newscast keyed to the most important and current issues in trucking, national and state legislative analysis, as well as longer pieces that cover everything from truckers' lifestyle to regulatory information.

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Oct 19, 2018

Truckers had their final chance to speak to FMCSA about proposed changes to the Hours of Service recently. We’ll have that, plus: an attempt to fix broker bond problems; Pennsylvania’s effort to reform the agency that controls Delaware River bridges; an attempt to limit use of license plate readers; and paving the...


Oct 18, 2018

Having a fatty liver is a major problem, and can lead to a number of serious health concerns. We’ll have that, plus: Bad weather delivers a one-two punch to freight and rates; diesel prices continue to climb; and the possibility that Democrats could take control of the U.S. Senate?

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Oct 17, 2018

Trucker Tony Alsup is a hero to our furry friends, rescuing them from natural disasters. We’ll have that story, plus: Connecticut’s chance to put transportation money into a ‘lockbox’; a Louisiana ballot question on the use of fuel tax revenue; and a possible emissions scandal at Volvo trucks.

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Oct 16, 2018

The oil market has been all over the place lately. We’ll find out where that could lead from Tom Kloza of the Oil Price Information Service. Is your bobtail properly covered? OOIDA’s insurance experts, Trina McIntyre and Stacey Sanders, will let us know. And what happens with Hours of Service now that the...


Oct 15, 2018

A company has come up with its own solution to driver turnover. Is CARB’s clean transportation plan really clean? And what exactly is an ‘auto transporter’? We’ll have the answers. Jon Osburn shares some of the stories he’s hearing on the road. And the Senate has closed up shop until after the election, but...