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State may reduce split speed

May 13, 2019

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LLN (5/13/19) – Another state with a split speed limit may reduce the differential. Also, some Canadian provinces are already requiring entry level driver training. Meanwhile, what can we learn from the recent wreck on I-70 near Denver. Truckers are finally being heard in D.C. and in the courts. You can dispute incorrect information from a previous employer. And a discussion about towing reform in Nevada.


0:00-9:57 – Newscast

9:57-24:43 – Canadian driver training; Learning from a tragedy

24:43-39:38 – Truckers being heard; disputing bad information

39:38-49:22 – Montana split speed; towing reform

Segment 1

Newscast

Segment 2

The U.S. Entry Level Driver Training rule is set to go into effect next year. But some Canadian provinces are already requiring it, and all of Canada will have it before the U.S. rule goes into effect. Mark Reddig talk with Johanne Couture, a member of the OOIDA Board of Directors.

The recent wreck on I-70 near Denver is a tragedy, but we can learn from it. Greg Fulton of the Colorado Motor Carriers Association joins Mark to explain.

Segment 3

Truckers are finally being heard in D.C. and in the courts. Mary McKenna discusses that and more with Jami Jones and Mark Schremmer of Land Line Magazine.

Does your record have incorrect information from a previous employer? You can dispute that. Mark Reddig finds out how from Scott O’Dell of OOIDA’s Business Services Department.

Segment 4

Another state with a split speed limit is considering reducing the differential. Mark Reddig discusses that – plus a discussion about towing reform in Nevada – with OOIDA Manager of Government Affairs Mike Matousek.

 

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