Feeling reflective? 2019 was a big year for trucking, with lots of regulatory reforms and bankruptcies dominating the news cycle. Here’s a look back at what you all were talking about this year.
ATLANTA — Mitchell 1 announced updates to its TruckSeries suite of software products, with a focus on easing truck technicians’ access to information.
Scott Meyers, Grand Champion of this year’s North Dakota Truck Driving Championships, says support from his coworkers and the competition truck driving community helped power him to a first-place trophy.
Gary Herrygers, a driver for The Boeing Co., was happily surprised when he won the 5-Axle division at this year’s Washington Truck Driving Championships. He was even happier (and more surprised) when he was announced as Grand Champion minutes later. He told Transport Topics he still is “on cloud nine.”
Expect stiff competition at the Washington Truck Driving Championships, which will be held June 22 at the Reddaway Terminal in Tacoma.
This year’s West Virginia Truck Driving Championships featured the second consecutive win by Jeremy Thomas.
The Grand Champion of the Texas Truck Driving Championships, Brent Dotts, is no stranger to competition.
A battle of (Grand) Champions is brewing in West Virginia, as the West Virginia Truck Driving Championships are set to kick off June 8 at a FedEx Freight terminal in Nitro.
Safety, style and family will be on display at the Indiana Truck Driving Championships, held June 7-8 at Lincoln College of Technology in Indianapolis.
The Alaska Truck Driving Championships promise to mix safety with fun as some of the top drivers in the state show up to show off their skills.