We Go Around America and speak to a man who helps train the hard of hearing to drive trucks. Vic McCarty spoke with Don Olds to learn about that and the Great America Trucking Show.
Life of a Deaf Tow Truck Driver on the road
Expressing on my concerns of Deaf Truck Drivers' safety
Randall Doane of Deaf Truckers United discusses the former TDSMC Convention and the benefits of Trucking Social Media
Scott shares the common FAQs on becoming a truck driver
"CDL program students are tested at each level, given points for errors with a maximum of 12. Homon scored no points, a first in the program’s history. Even more impressive is that he accomplished it without being able to hear. "
Justin Brooks became the first deaf student to graduate from Spokane Community College’s commercial driving program
He had to obtain an exemption from the hearing portion of the DOT physical from FMCSA, then find a CDL school that would work with him and interpreters to teach him how to drive a truck.
Suzie Helergson and Sandy Sloat the deaf lady truckers and many deaf female truck drivers have proved they can drive while deaf!
A hearing-impaired man has become the first deaf truck driver to receive his Commercial Driver’s License in New Mexico, fulfilling his lifelong dream.