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who drives treacherous roads for a living -- was seriously injured in a truck crash in Canada ... so bad his wife says sex is no longer an option. Hugh claims he was a passenger in a pickup truck ... driven by one of the show's producers.
To prove that Canadian Tire's MotoMaster Eliminator Battery would start under any conditions, the company and agency Taxi decided to freeze the battery to -40 degrees and then, most impressively, install it in a custom truck built almost entirely out
In a recent blog, Jane Clark, Vice President of Member Services for NationaLease, one of the largest full service truck leasing organizations, discusses how a shortage of young drivers and technicians can imperil the trucking industry. The blog was
From checking with various carriers out there, entry-level [pay] is probably going to be in the range of realistically $40,000 annually, possibly up to $50,000. And then beyond that, it can get up [to] $60,000, $70,000, $80,000 a year," Stone said. "
You've gone crab fishing with the dudes from Deadliest Catch . You've driven over thin ice with the Ice Road Truckers team. You've even tried to strike it rich by digging around with the miners of Gold Rush . Well, time to strap on some protective
Blond and petite Linda Kelly looks as if she'd be right at home doing a fashion shoot or performing on a flashy network series. But the 32-year-old Kelly probably wouldn't be caught dead near a fashion runway...Kelly, who lives in Wasilla, Alaska, is
Brian Catalina Entertainment Austin Manelick in Ultimate Survival: Alaska, on the National Geographic Channel. On Sunday the National Geographic Channel begins the 10-part Ultimate Survival: Alaska, which plunks eight men into remote parts of the
Native Affairs packed with good reportage presented in subtle fashion. have blazed the telly trail. A_061212spliceroad2_460x230.jpg", bigImageCaption : "The hulking men from Ice Road Truckers There is a middle ground in current affairs on television.
Working on these shows can be perilous for the crew members, too. Danger garners ratingsthe peril of a show's premise is often used in advertisements. But producers, safety experts and labor advocates say that many of these shows cut corners in
EDT Let us now consider the Canadian way of doing macho TV. As the wide world knows, the celebration of men doing manly things to earn a living has become a significant subgenre of reality TV...Ax Men guys chopping down trees, some of them showing