LLN – (10/04/19) – A nonpartisan Washington think tank says its time to fix the way the government hands out federal highway money to states. Find out who in trucking is deserving of some Roses and Razzberries. And we’ve got advice from OOIDA’s Business Services Department on how to deal with a problem broker.
0:00-10:11 – Newscast.
10:11-24:17 – The good and bad receive their just desserts in today’s Roses and Razberries.
24:17-38:48 – Problem broker? No problem with help from OOIDA Business Services Dept.
38:43-48:30 – Washington think tank wants to change the way the Fed hands out Transportation dollars
- The OOIDA Foundation has EPA grants to pay for 25% of the cost for an auxiliary power unit. Drivers need to have a model year 1996 through 2006 truck and be based in Kansas, Missouri, Iowa or Nebraska. OOIDA membership is not required, but OOIDA members can get discounts on EPA-approved units.
- Go to OOIDA Foundation website for details.
- Learn more about the grant here: OOIDA Foundation secures regional grant to offset cost of APU for truckers.
From people helping others during a flood to a congressman whose bill would benefit his family business, Terry Scruton and Mary McKenna tell you who’s been good and who’s been bad on today’s Roses and Razzberries.
- If you want to offer up your own Rose or Razzberry for our consideration, you can submit those here.
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- Read the latest magazine version of Roses and Razzberries – October 2019.
Are you faced with problems with a broker? Mark Reddig talks to Jim Jefferson and Tom Crowley of OOIDA’s Business Assistance Department about possible problems and get some advice on how to handle them.
- Be sure to check out OOIDA Compliance Connection
- You can find out more about what OOIDA’s Business Assistance department does here.
- And you can contact them at 816-229-5791.
A non-partisan think tank in Washington says Congress should fix how it distributes infrastructure money to states – since the current program, it believes, is completely broken. Mary McKenna talks with Jay Grimes of OOIDA’s Washington D.C., office about the report released this week by the ENO Center for Transportation.