The syndicated Trucker Radio show is a mix of Today’s Country music, along with trucking news and information, coupled with entertainment from lively and humorous hosts. The show was launched in May of 2006 and aired on thirty-five radio stations throughout Canada. Over the past eight years, more stations were added, including stations in Michigan and West Virginia, and two in Europe and Australia, as well as two streaming stations.
WINNIPEG, Man. – The Manitoba Trucking Association (MTA) says its province will face a dire labor shortage with a shortfall of 10,000 drivers by 2026, and government must step up to fund training and help fill the gaps. The MTA said the projection comes from the Asia Pacific Gateway Skills Table’s ‘Labour Market Information Project’, which indicates that more than 177,375 jobs will need to be filled in... Read more...
Powering up an electric truck takes patience. Batteries typically take hours to fully juice. Charging stations aren’t as ubiquitous as Starbucks.
Freight movers are trying to develop a faster solution. A first-of-its-kind test is in motion in Southern California to charge electric and hybrid trucks by allowing them to temporarily latch onto overhead wires strung over the road.
The so-called catenary system — named for the U-shaped curve caused by....
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The Trucker Radio is a mix of Today’s Bold Country music, along with hard trucking news and information, coupled with entertainment from lively and humorous hosts. The syndicated show was launched in May of 2006 and aired on thirty-five radio stations throughout Canada. Now...the world! We're even in Tasmania!