Sirius Radio Review

By: Erin,
Ontario Canada

Services Review Invitation(Sirius radio is) One of the best and most used things in my truck, its always on.
There’s stations for weather and traffic updates, every kind of music out there, Comedy and talk shows and also Religion stations. The station that im always tuned in to is “Road Dog Trucking”. So many great programs on this station all related to the trucking industry and drivers are always calling in with there opinions and tips. Yesterday was a show on how to save money well on the road and everyone who called in had a great tip. Programs like this are great because you always want to hear what there talking about and your always up to date with whats going on in the industry. I find that it helps me stay awake much better then with just music. I would highly recommend SiriusXM raido to EVERYONE. Theres tons of options for the recivers and costs are $15/month but in my opinion its well worth it.

Response from Vicki:

Hi, Erin,

Thank you so much for your service review of Sirius radio. This is one of those services that Mike and I have never had, so your review is even more important to us from that standpoint.

We would like to know more about the radio program where truckers share their tips about saving money on the road. Not only for our sake but also for our readers, we would appreciate knowing
* the name of the program,
* what channel is it on (if applicable), and
* when it is broadcast.

If there is a website associated with that Sirius radio program, we’d appreciate knowing what it is, too.

Thanks in advance for your help with this and thanks again for your review.

Mike and I wish you safe travels and lots of money saving opportunities on the road.

Best regards,
Vicki Simons

—– Comment —–
Sirius radio on the road. by TC DeLisle
Date: Apr 14, 2020

I have since quit driving (regional, hospital beds/stretchers/gurneys for a privately owned, dedicated fleet) but my Sirius radio subscription was a wonderful addition. My favorite music, virtually ad free, news, talk, weather, road conditions and more at the push of a button.
I had, at the time, utilized an “ala Carte” subscription which was 1/2 rate ($7/mo). Which allowed access to 10 stations, but they never put the limitation on the receiver and I could listen to all 140 any time. That loophole has been closed in my recent renewal negotiation. BTW always renew by phone and don’t be afraid to negotiate. 30 minutes can save you a tidy bit of cash.