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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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Feb 23, 2024

A massive outage has hit AT&T customers nationwide, which has implications for ELD users using the network. OOIDA’s Lewie Pugh and Tom Crowley walk us through what we need to know. Also, FMCSA plans to study detention time and how it affects trucking – but the agency first needs to gather some information. Then,...


Feb 22, 2024

John Hausladen says a new, comprehensive report about the electrification movement highlights significant issues that must be ironed out. Also, David Proctor has taken his show, called “Grabbing the Hammer Lane,” on the road. We speak with him about his new endeavor and this play telling a trucker’s story. And for...


Feb 21, 2024

Eric De Campos of the National Insurance Crime Bureau discusses predatory towing and efforts to combat the problem in the state of Florida. Also, tax time is quickly approaching, and truckers ought to be gathering what they need in order to file by the deadline. But sometimes, you don’t receive everything you should...


Feb 20, 2024

Support is growing in our nation’s capital for two bills that have big implications for trucking – one that would stop a new speed limiter requirement and another that would give truckers access to bathrooms at shippers and receivers. Also, shopping for insurance will never top the list of “fun things to do,”...


Feb 17, 2024

Doug Smith is often the voice of reason on the Advisory Committee on Underride Protections. He talks about how it’s going and if there’s a compromise ahead. Also, getting a ticket can be stressful, but fighting that ticket and being required to appear in court can make things even more difficult. And truckers often...