Car talk radio show
A famous NPR radio show that you could never miss while driving in car is the Car Talk radio show. Car Talk has been on air since 1977 and hosts by 2 brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi, who also known as Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers. This shows is all about cars, car maintenance, or repairs where anyone can call in and ask any question about cars.
Often Tom and Ray will answer the questions in humorous way with a lot of jokes. Listener can call in and ask any car related questions with the symptoms appear the car. What makes the show very funny is sometimes you can hear the caller try to make the weird sounds where they heard from the car.
The Tappet brothers will then try to identify and diagnose the car problems over the air base on what the caller explain and look for the best solution for them. If you ever listen to Car Talk radio show you will feel funny, humor and yet receive a lot of useful information about cars. The knowledge about cars from Tom and Ray are pretty impressive.
How to call-in Car Talk?
To call in to the show, dial the toll free number, 1-888-CAR-TALK (1-888-227-8255) and talk like it is live. The number is connected to a 24-hour answering service. Try it out, it is amazing!
Where can I listen to Car Talk?
Car Talk has now available over 370 NPR stations across the United States. The running time for the show is about 50 minutes and usually it is divided into three sections. Every section is about 20 minutes. You can listen to it through the official website at cartalk.com or just on your radio through NPR stations to listen to Car Talk radio show live.
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