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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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Jul 6, 2022

LLN (7/5/22) – A quick-thinking OOIDA life member was recently named a Highway Angel for jumping into action after a crash. How leaving the scene of an accident, even a minor one, can affect your CDL. And California is trying to take some of the sting out of sky-high fuel prices, while Pennsylvania is tip-toeing into...


Jul 5, 2022

LLN (7/4/22) – OOIDA is doing a series of videos to salute the military and veterans. It’s all in an effort to honor our nation’s heroes in the lead-up to the Truckers for Troops campaign coming up in November. Also, an idea for a domestic source of natural rubber is picking up traction. Goodyear...


Jul 2, 2022

LLN (7/1/22) – Tyson Fisher of Land Line Magazine talks about the I-81 Corridor Coalition sessions on truck parking; Congress putting some pressure on the U.S. DOT to address it nationwide; and more support for the Truck Parking Safety Improvement Plan. Also, to date, much of the focus on improving the diets of truck...


Jul 1, 2022

LLN (6/30/22) – Congress is in the process of passing its regular, annual spending bills. But part of that effort involves instructions to various federal agencies – including some important trucking issues, such as hours of service, hair testing and more. Also, you might see more traffic over the long...


Truck parking on Congress’s radar

Jun 30, 2022

LLN (6/29/22) – Congress is taking a solid interest in several trucking issues, starting with one of the most urgent – truck parking – as part of a regular spending bill. Also, guaranteeing overtime pay for truckers doesn’t seem like a big ask, but a bill that would do just that is getting a lot of pushback from...