Earl and Nancy Stewart have brought back their popular live call-in show that answers listeners’ questions about car buying and servicing issues.
After a 13-month hiatus, the dynamic duo’s Earl Stewart on Cars show, which aired for seven years, began airing again on JVC Broadcasting’s 900 AM “The Talk” starting Dec. 16. The show will be on twice weekly — live Tuesdays from 4 to 6 p.m. and rebroadcast on Sundays at the same time.
The show’s geographic reach will also be enhanced, since the new 900 AM has 10 times the power of the previous Seaview radio station. The new signal reaches north to Vero Beach, south to Pompano Beach and west to Fort Myers.
“Nancy and I would like to thank the new owners of Seaview Radio, John Caracciolo and Vic Canales, for allowing former Seaview and current JVC General Manager Chet Tart to reinstate our show and expand the hours and frequency,” Stewart said.
The show will add a new dimension with Rick Kearney, a certified diagnostic master auto technician, on hand to answer technical car repair questions. “Rick knows virtually everything about the mechanics of automobiles. He can answer all of your questions about problems you have with your car or truck, how to be avoid being ripped off by a mechanic or service department, and how best to economically service your vehicle,” Stewart said.
Listeners are encouraged to call in with questions and to also share their purchasing experience, good or bad, with the radio audience. The toll-free call-in line is (877) 960-9960.
Earl Stewart will also soon offer consumer reports on cars during morning and afternoon drive times .
“We’re delighted to have the all new Earl Stewart on Cars show back on the air,” Tart said.
ABOVE: Rick Kearney (left) is a new addition to Earl and Nancy Stewart’s show on 900 AM, a radio station that has improved its reach.