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  • 01:31

    Accidents - Minor Accidents are just as bad as Major Accidents

    in Work

    TalkCDL will be talking about how Minor accidents are just as bad as major accidents, what are insurance companies and safety departments thinking when they see your reports? Tune in 1/7/2016 8AM EST as we continue a topic off of our recent topic Incidents vs. Accidents and find out why! It is important as a driver to clearly understand all these terms and the differences between them because it is your career and the industry is always changing. Stay current with TalkCDL!

  • 01:31

    Accidents - Is it an Accident, or is it an Incident? Is there a Difference?

    in Entertainment

    It is January 6th 2016, and we are halfway through the first week of the new year. Today TalkCDL will be continuing our accident segment and defining the difference between accident and incidents. We want to make sure  you can make sure you know these differences so that you can explain to your potential companys more clearly what it is you have in the closet. Knowing these key differences between Accidents and Incidents, or as we covered yesterday DOT reportable vs. non-dot reportable you will be able to increase the chance of getting hired at a company due to the fact you are disclosing everything clearly and accuratly. SHowing that you care about your career.

  • 01:30

    Accidents - Getting Hired after an accident!

    in Work

    Most drivers that have accident never think of protecting themselves and their careers after the fact. The paper work you need after an accident is very imprtant if you are going to get a good job. Trucking accidents are very common every day whether it is a small accident or a big accident, there are several hundred thousand semi accidents each year in the United States. Many Deaths, Many Injuries. The more the Trucking industry grows the more the accident statistics will grow. If you have an accident in a Big Truck you will need to take a few simple Steps to insure that you get hired when searching for a job. Join us in this discusion this week as we try and break it all down for you, the American Truck Driver.

  • 01:30

    Accidents - NON-DOT Re-portable but still Major Accident

    in Work

    8 January 2016 TalkCDL will be finishing up this weeks string of topics on accidents by covering NON-DOT Re-portable accidents that are still considered a major accident, just because its non-dot doesn't mean your in the clear, listen to learn why. We will also be covering some Friday Fun topics, you are trying to get home but you see a hiking trail ad decide to go on a hike instead! Some awesome stories to come! We appreciate all of our listeners and everything you have done to support this show.

  • 01:30

    Accidents - What is a DOT Reportable compared to NON-DOT Reportable?

    in Work

    It is very important to fully understand is you are involved in an accident that is DOT reportable vs. one that is non-DOT reportable, because it will greatly change your approach to getting a job. Today we will be talking about the differences between these two types of accident definitions, and then give a few accident examples that will allow you to truly understand. After that we will talk about how you need to approach getting a job if you have these accidents under your belt. We already spoke yesterday 1/4/2014 about what to do after you have had an accident, now we are adding this in the mix so you can have that much more understanding while looking for a job. 

  • 00:18

    Winter Auto Insurance Claims Processing

    in Podcasting

    With today being the first day of Winter, car accidents on ice, rain, sleet, or snow is common.  What isn't so common is Policyholders being prepared for what is to come.  Feel like Insurance Carriers are holding most of the cards so to speak?  Insightful experiences can be invaluable while processing Auto Insurance Claims.  The journey begins at the scene of an accident and ends at the time of claim closure.  ESTRA has been through this process with several Auto Insurance Companies.  Join her in this episode to gain understanding from an injured person's perspective.  Avoid costly mistakes made early in the process. 

  • 00:35

    Women Who Rock Auto

    in Automotive

    Auto Dealer Live is a weekly radio show that broadcasts nation wide for the automotive industry. We bring together the most up to date news, information, controversy and methods being used around the country to progress the industry.


    Co Hosts David Villa, CEO of IPD, and David Cribbs, Lead Trainer of Auto Dealer University, have a combined 45 years working in the Automotive Industry. The Automotive industry is one of their biggest passions in life. They strive to continue pushing it forward.


    Want more information about who we are and what we do? Visit our site:


    www.autodealerlive.net


    Tune in each Thursday at 3:30 PM (EST) to hear us live.

  • 01:11

    Will Modern Therapies Replace Transplants (Allo and Auto) in Myeloma Treatment?

    in Health

    In the wake of new immunotherapies being approved by the FDA and many more in clinical trials, will transplants continue to be an integral part of myeloma treatment? With therapeutic potential of a myeloma cure, the use of donor stem cell transplantation/ allogeneic transplantation is highly debated in the medical field due to associated risks; when does benefits outweigh the risks and can allo transplants be used to salvage and cure relapsed patients? What about curative potential of autologous transplants? With modern therapies storming the myeloma armamentarium, Dr. Frits van Rhee of UAMS is back on CureTalks discussing auto transplants for treatment of myeloma and giving his take on allogeneic transplants is Dr. Gosta Gahrton of Karolinska Institute (Has been member and chairman of Nobel Committee of the Karolinska Institute). Myeloma panel includes advocates and survivors, Gary Petersen, Jack Aiello, and Nick van Dyk.    


    RSVP HERE!

  • 00:35

    How to Qualify for an Auto Loan When Credit is an Issue

    in Automotive

    Most of us have been there: you've made some mistakes in the past, and now it's come back to bite you. The difference is that now you have the $$$ to afford a much better vehicle. What's a girl (or guy) to do? Well, if you're in the market for a vehicle, and you REALLY want to 'learn the ropes' on how to: (1) find a suitable vehicle; while, (2) making affordable payments - then YOU'RE JUST THE PERSON WHO NEEDS TO LISTEN TO THIS PODCAST!

    Learn all you need to know from four women in the Harrisburg/Mechanicsburg areas on how to find BOTH - regardless of the numbers on your credit score. And get your questions ready...because we'll be here to answer them promptly on our PREMIERE BROADCAST, going LIVE at 7pm EST, Sunday, January 31, 2016. Hope you will, too.

  • 00:24

    Peak Auto, Peak Airlines...Peak Vodka?

    in Finance

    Apple falls on weak guidance. Boeing drops 10% for even weaker guidance. Plus we discuss the case for owning AT&T, America reaching “peak vodka”, and listener suggestions for a Fool podcast drinking game.

  • 00:31

    Anna and the Angels with guest Emily A. Filmore

    in Spirituality

    Join me and my guest, author Emily A. Filmore to talk about conscious parenting and how to live with gratitude despite life's challenges.


    As a mommy, author, speaker, artist, former licensed attorney, and wife, Emily has a very fulfilling and busy life despite the autoimmune disease that wracks her body! Emily and her husband, Scott, practice attachment parenting with their nine-year old daughter, Sage, and twenty-two year old nephew, Rickey. 


     Emily has four books and also writes for international publications of the topics of spirituality, parenting, and health. She and Laurie Lankins Farley co-authored the book, Conversations with God for Parents, with internationally best-selling author, Neale Donald Walsch. 


    Emily has lived with an autoimmune disease for the past twenty years and recently wrote a book about living a happy life in spite of her disease - The Marvelous Transformation: Living Well with Autoimmune Disease. She hopes her readers will understand that “chronic illness doesn’t have to lead to chronic unhappiness!” because while her health has prevented her from many typical experiences, such as working a full-time job, being as active as she would like, and living a "normal” life, through her positivity and gratitude (and a lot of naps) she has managed to live well anyway!


     Emily also wrote two books in the With My Child series of illustrated children’s books, intended to help parents and children bond through every day activities. 


    Her hope is that her work will touch others in positive ways; and to inspire them to look for the gifts they are receiving in their own lives. www.emilyfilmore.com