camaraderie

Counting down the hours to 2016: The Channel 19 year in review, part 1

We've got a full 14-hour clock's worth of on-duty time, and more, left yet, so check back tomorrow and on New Year's Eve for the second and third parts of this the annual year in review on the Channel 19 blog.

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‘We’ll take care of ya, son’: The brotherhood exists, take three

In which a newbie gets his first CB, and a valuable lesson: "That's what trucking is all about, son. We take care of each other out here, least that's how it's s'posed to be." ...

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Take me to church

Wendy at GBATS 2015: "This show is like a revival for me. It's very humbling to see several thousand people who have common interests come together to forge a bond..... This is my church."

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Paying it forward on the road

"There are a whole lot of good people on the road, whether or not they're being portrayed that way."

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Notes on being part of the solution

"If you want to improve the industry, be a part of the solution by helping out, and maybe giving someone something they didn't necessarily learn in driving school, or from a trainer. It will only make your job easier in the long run."

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Chi-Town Large Cars’ Southern Prez and his 359

The Chi-Town group's annual benefit and truck show is August 15 in Lynwood, Ill. -- Eady and his classic custom Pete (find photos here) are sure to be a part of it.

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‘Insist on the good’ to boost camaraderie

"Pick up the mic and add some good," says a reader. "Insist on it. ... Because this is how it works. Either you shun the crap or you bury it with some goodness.”

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Camaraderie on the road: Where did it go?

Voices on driver-to-driver camaraderie -- "pay it forward, you never go wrong." And: A mailbag podcast rounding up reader reactions to the dismissal of one owner-operator's obstruction of justice case.

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Do the right thing

The “you drive your truck, I'll drive mine” attitude isn't helping anyone.

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Use the CB to cope with ‘freight-training’ traffic phenomenon

"We can’t change how everyone drives," says independent Rey Moreno in this story, "but we do have the direct ability to change how we as professional drivers move through the crowd."

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