Marijuana-impaired driving poses a safety risk for truckers

March 20, 2019


LLN (3/20/19) – Marijuana-impaired driving poses a safety risk to the trucking industry. Land Line Magazine’s Suzanne Stempenski takes the New Cascadia for a test drive. Oil prices surge past 60 dollars a barrel. Diesel prices remain relatively unchanged.

0:00 – 09:26 – Newscast

09:26 – 24:13 – Exactly how does the new Cascadia handle on the road

24:13 – 39:07- Oil prices take price leap while diesel prices remain steady

39:07 – 48:53 – Marijuana-using four-wheelers cause concern for Trucking

Segment 1


Segment 2

Land Line Magazine’s Contributing Field Editor, Suzanne Stempenski recently attended the 2019 Work Truck Show and got to take the new Cascadia out for a test drive. She shares her thoughts.

Segment 3

Late winter storms have delayed the expected seasonal turnaround. Mary McKenna talks with Peggy Dorf of DAT, a company that provides market information for owner operators, carriers, brokers and shippers.

The average price for a gallon of diesel fuel across the U.S. is within a cent of the average price one week ago. Mary McKenna has a detailed update on the price of diesel fuel and crude oil, including a break down by region and analysis.

Segment 4

And Mark Reddig talks with Jay Grimes from OOIDA’s Washington D.C. office about ATRI’s new report on marijuana-impaired driving.