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LLN (8/13/18) – How ELDs affect truckers, Part II

We’ll have more information about how ELDs are affecting truckers. Also tonight: OOIDA is celebrating its 45th anniversary this year, and Land Line Magazine is marking the occasion; and a New York Times editorial detailing some of the worst problems in the trucking industry.

0:00 – 10:10 – Newscast

10:10 – 24:52 – How ELDs affect truckers

24:50 – 40:11 – OOIDA 45th anniversary

40:11 – 50:24 – NY Times gets it right on trucking

LLN (8/10/18) – Truckers and feds focus on truck parking problems

Bryan Martin of the Chrome Shop Mafia offers some information on rat rods and trendy mods. Also today: the NIMBY mindset and its effect on truck parking; and the FHWA is planning a meeting to discuss the growing truck parking problem.

0:00 – 10:10 – Newscast

10:10 – 24:52 – Rat rods and trendy mods;

24:50 – 40:12 – NIMBYs and truck parking

40:12 – 50:25 – Feds to discuss truck parking

LLN (8/9/18) – Big changes to Hours of Service coming soon

EPA is looking to scale back greenhouse emissions standards. We’ll have that, plus: movement in the Senate on a possible livestock exemption; new speed limit signs in Nebraska; a California bill to tap highway message signs to fund roads; upcoming truck shows; and possible federal action on Hours of Service.

0:00 – 10:10 – Newscast

10:10 – 24:52 – EPA scaling back; livestock exemption

24:50 – 40:13 – NE speed limits; CA message signs and road funds

40:13 – 50:24 – Changes coming to Hours of Service

LLN (8/8/18) – Fast living can hurt your health

Living life in the fast lane – literally – can take a toll on truckers’ health. We’ll have that, plus: more loads for vans and reefers; diesel prices drop, but only a little; and the surprising results of a recent test of self-driving cars.

0:00 – 10:10 – Newscast

10:10 – 24:50 – Fast living and your health

24:50 – 40:12 – Van and reefer loads up; diesel down

40:12 – 50:22 – Bad news for driverless cars

LLN (8/7/18) – FMCSA chief on ELDs, hours of service and more

Land Line Magazine’s Jami Jones talks with FMCSA Administrator Ray Martinez about issues, what he’s learned and what his plans are. Also, Pennsylvania lawmakers are trying to approve the use of speed enforcement cameras.

0:00 – 10:10 – Newscast

10:10 – 24:52 – FMCSA Administrator Ray Martinez

24:52 – 40:13 – FMCSA Administrator Ray Martinez

40:13 – 50:25 – Pa. speed cameras

LLN (8/6/18) – An update on ELD relief efforts

A new app will share an experience trucker’s knowledge with others in the industry. We’ll have that, plus: measures you can take to prevent rejected insurance claims; and an update on efforts to provide truckers relief from the ELD mandate.

0:00 – 10:10 – Newscast

10:10 – 24:51 – Dock411 app

24:51 – 40:12 – Preventing rejected claims

40:12 – 50:23 – Update on ELD relief efforts

LLN (8/3/18) – Roses and Razzberries; cyber security

From passers-by who saved a truckers’ life to a state official who put down truckers in a very public announcement, we’ll offer some Roses and Razzberries. Also: Jon Osburn hears about improving rates, Hours of Service and ELDs; driver’s licenses that are on your smart phone; and a recent cyber security conference.

0:00 – 10:10 – Newscast

10:10 – 24:52 – Roses and Razzberries

24:52 – 40:09 – rates, Hours of Service, ELDs

40:09 – 50:24 – smart phone driver’s license; cyber security

LLN (8/2/18) – ELD exemptions and split sleeper time

Federal officials are preparing the way for autonomous vehicles. We’ll have that, plus: states changing rules for left lane use; one state’s move to all-electronic tolls; upcoming truck shows; and a longer livestock ELD exemption, the split sleeper berth pilot program and heavier trucks get attention in Congress.

0:00 – 10:10 – Newscast

10:10 – 24:52 – Autonomous vehicles

24:52 – 40:11 – Left-lane rules; all-electronic tolls; truck shows

40:11 – 50:23 – Livestock ELD exemption; split sleeper berth

LLN (8/1/18) – Driver shortage or turnover problem?

Is it a driver shortage or a turnover and retention problem? One expert offers her opinion. Also on today’s show: freight and rates continue to slip; diesel prices are on the rise after two weeks of declines; the Denham Amendment could still be play in the Senate; and Uber’s departure from the self-driving truck market.

0:00 – 10:10 – Newscast

10:10 – 24:52 – Turnover and Retention

24:52 – 40:11 – freight, rates slip; diesel prices ries

40:11 – 50:23 – Denham Amendment; Uber is out of self-driving trucks

LLN (7/31/18) – License plate reader rules

Western Star is expanding their line of dump trucks. We’ll have that, plus: Alliance auto parts is expanding their locations; states continue writing rules on the use of automated license plate readers; and what you can do with members of the U.S. House in their home districts for August.

0:00 – 10:10 – Newscast

10:10 – 24:52 – Western Star; Alliance

24:52 – 40:10 – Automated license plate readers

40:10 – 50:24 – August congressional recess

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