On the surface, Terrence Danns is the average company driver. But behind his jovial laugh and kind smile he has led a life that’s anything but ordinary.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Landstar System has presented the Business Capacity Owner Lifetime Achievement Award to Landstar Three Million Mile Safe Driver and Landstar Roadstar Conrad “Ray” Price in a special ceremony July 8.
As the joke goes, Martin “Marty” Ellis says he “needed something to do for a weekend, so I started to drive a truck.”
Couple Rick and Susie Foster have had both a whirlwind romance and trucking career. Married 14 years on May 17 after dating just eight months, the two have made a good living from team driving, which requires mutual respect above all else.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Derrick Givens is a modern trucker. A member of the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA), Givens, a 17-plus-year veteran of the road, already knew about the latest Department of Transportation action on the restart portion of the current Hours of Service. He had read an -mail from the drivers’ organization earlier in the day, before we caught up with him at the TravelCenters of America/Petro Stopping Center here at the Galloway exit off Interstate 40.
When Joseph Berry started trucking in 1995 he wasn’t just merely referred to as Joseph. His CB handle was the Concrete Cowboy, an ode to Jerry Reed’s 1979 action movie, “Concrete Cowboys.”