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LLN (10/16/18) – Putting road money in a lockbox

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.

0:00 – 10:11 – Newscast

10:11 – 24:41 – Rescuing our furry friends

24:42 – 39:11 – Connecticut ‘lockbox’; Louisiana fuel tax

39:11 – 49:22 – Volvo emissions problems

LN (10/15/18) – A look at where oil prices are headed

LLN (10/15/18) – A look at where oil prices are headed

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 comment period has closed? Mike Matousek talks about what comes next.

 

00:00 - 10:11- Newscast

10:11 - 24:41 - A look at where oil prices are headed

24:41 - 39:11 - Is your bobtail properly covered?

39:11 - 49:21 - What’s next in the Hours of Service fight

LLN (10/12/18) – One company has solved its own driver turnover trouble

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 there’s still a lot of unfinished business left on the table. We’ll find out what it is.

 

00:00 – 10:11 Newscast

10:11 - 24:41 One company has solved its own driver turnover trouble

24:41 – 39:11 An iconic stop for the Spirit

39:11 - 49:20 Self-driving cars bill won’t legislate itself

LLN (10/11/18) – Getting aide to hurricane victims

OOIDA is going to offer a live business seminar next year for owner-operators. We’ll have that, plus: Pennsylvania may get speed enforcement cameras; the procedures to get truckers with aide into the hurricane zone; and updated information on the TWIC program.

0:00 – 10:11 – Newscast

10:11 – 24:41 – New business seminar planned

24:42 – 39:11 – Pennsylvania speed cameras

39:11 – 49:21 – Hurricane aide; TWIC update

LLN (10/10/18) – Seasonal slowdown in freight

Suzanne Stempinski talks test drives and trucking in Germany. Also on today’s show: freight is seeing a seasonal slowdown while rates hold steady; diesel prices continue to climb; the final Hours of Service listening session was today; and what’s the next step in the Hours of Service reform process.

0:00 – 10:11 – Newscast

10:11 – 24:41 – Test drives and trucking in Germany

24:41 – 39:11 – Freight’s seasonal slowdown; climbing diesel prices

39:11 – 49:21 – Last Hours of Service listening session; what’s next

LLN (10/9/18) – Last chance to speak out on Hours of Service

Comments on potential changes to the Hours of Service must be made before the end of the day tomorrow. We’ll have that, plus: a new California law to implement new federal commercial driver regulations; a road funding question in Florida; good news and bad from the annual roadway fatality report; and the final listening session for Hours of Service.

0:00 – 10:11 – Newscast

10:11 – 24:41 – Hours of Service comments due

24:41 – 39:11 – California trucking regs; Florida road funding

39:11 – 49:23 – Last Hours of Service listening session

LLN (10/8/18) CARB has new funds for clean freight transportation

CARB has new funding for its clean freight transportation initiative. And the FMCSA wants comments on their broker bond proposal. Andrew King talks about those topics. Wonder what’s on tap for the October issue coming to your mail boxes soon? We’ll give you a sneak peek. And we’ll hear how OOIDA is putting pressure on the FHWA to define “automobile transporter.”

 

00:00 – 10:20 - Newscast

10:20 – 24:50 - Carb has new funds for clean freight transportation

24:50 – 39:31 - A magazine worth holding on to

39:31 – 49:43 - OOIDA to FHWA: What is an ‘automobile transporter’?

LLN (10/5/18) – Dash cams can protect – or hurt

Truckers can use a dash cam to protect themselves – but it’s a double-edged sword. We’ll have that, plus: more about the recent Guilty by Association Truck Show; a call for truckers to speak out on the proposed Hours of Service changes; and new U.S. DOT guidelines on automated vehicles – including large trucks.

0:00 – 10:11 – Newscast

10:11 – 24:40 – Dash cams

24:40 – 39:10 – Truck show redux; Hours of Service comments

39:10 – 49:20 – New automated vehicle guidelines

LLN (10/4/18) – New rules for you from CVSA

Flashing brake lights, cargo securement, personal conveyance and more came up at the recent meeting of the CVSA. We’ll have that, plus: a new California law designed to deter mistreatment of truckers; an end to ticket quotas in Chicago; upcoming truck shows; and the change to speak your mind on the Hours of Service.

0:00 – 10:11 – Newscast

10:11 – 24:40 – Issues at CVSA

24:40 – 39:10 – New law protects California truckers

39:10 – 49:20 – Hours of Service comments 

LLN (10/3/18) – Clearing up Hours of Service confusion

A charity helps families of truckers who die on the road. We’ll have that story, plus: freight and rates return to normal after Hurricane Florence; what truckers’ contributions do for Special Olympics athletes; diesel prices continue to rise; confusion over how Hours of Service affect interstate vs. intrastate truckers; and the presidential alert on your cell phone earlier today.

0:00 – 10:11 – Newscast

10:11 – 24:41 – Truckers Final Mile; Special Olympics

24:41 – 39:11 – Post-Florence freight drop-off; diesel prices rise

39:11 – 49:21 – Hours of Service confusion; presidential alert

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