Land Line Now, Dec. 2, 2019.
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Brain fog is a real medical condition that can affect your ability to perform your job. We’ll have some advice. Also, issues for the next highway bill.
I. Today’s news with Terry Scruton
Highway shootings, winter storms, hours of service and other issues that affect your life as a trucker.
II. Brain fog – what makes it happen, how to avoid it
You’ve probably heard the expression that someone’s head is in a fog. Well, it turns out that’s a real medical condition, called brain fog. We’ll explain how it can affect you.
III. Regulations, safety, parking and more – the story behind those stories
Land Line Magazine recently reported on whether regulations make trucking safer, available truck parking, and a tribute to the late OOIDA President Jim Johnston – we’ll have the story behind those stories.
IV. What’s on the table for the next highway bill
The process to create the next highway bill is already underway. We’ll explain what issues are on the table and how the bill will come together.
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Links, email addresses, phone numbers and more information
- Anyone with information on the Nov. 28 shooting on Michigan State Route 10 is asked to call the Michigan State Police at 248-584-5740.
- The OOIDA Foundation has EPA grants to pay for 25% of the cost for an auxiliary power unit. Find out more here.
- You can find out more about the St. Christopher Fund at TruckersFund.org.
- See what other medical solutions Dr. John offers at DocJmd.com.
- If you’re a trucker not receiving Land Line Magazine and you’d like to you can sign up here. It’s free!
- You can also subscribe to the Land Line News Nightcap.
- It’s never too late to share your views with lawmakers. You can do that on the Fighting for Truckers website.