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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 27, 2021

LLN (7/26/21) – Hot weather can lead to extreme health problems – heat exhaustion, or even heat stroke. We’ll have some advice. Also, when it comes to maintenance, taxes and legal issues, you’re going to have questions – and a great place to get the answers is Land Line Magazine. We’ll offer a sneak peek of...


Jul 24, 2021

LLN (7/23/21) – Another city is considering a truck parking ban; meanwhile, some truckers are saying “I told you so” in the city of Joliet, Ill. Also, Marty Ellis is between truck shows, getting an update on a city we thought was doing well on left lane use, and discussing a new way to get in touch with the people...


Jul 23, 2021

LLN (7/22/21) – An FMCSA advisory committee discussed driver turnover and retention, and the secretary of transportation has written an article for CNN that seems clued in to the facts. Also, Oregon lawmakers have finished work on a large transportation funding bill, while six states are changing the rules for license...


Jul 22, 2021

LLN (7/21/21) – Retail imports continue to surge, and we’re not even in peak shipping season yet. We’ll discuss what that means for the freight market and truckload carriers. Also, when the pandemic started, restaurants serving truckers closed down. So federal and some state governments allowed food trucks to...


Jul 21, 2021

LLN (7/20/21) – As one U.S. representative was trying to block a tolling plan, another took a pot shot at professional truck drivers. Also, OOIDA is urging Pennsylvania truckers to call U.S. Representative Matt Cartwright’s office. We’ll bring you the Association’s Call to Action. Minnesota lawmakers have OK’d...