Former Overdrive receptionist, Bonnie Robinson, remembers a storied past at the magazine, whose headquarters were once in Hollywood, Calif.
Randall-Reilly Publishing's first Great American Trucking Show in Dallas had a spirited start in August 12 years ago.
OverdriveRetro is sponsoring a reader-submission contest for the doggone best trucking dog stories.
Doug Dog, a canine with his own twitter account, has trucking roots with Overdrive and is a reminder of a pooch's warmth.
Cartoons by Overdrive artist C. Livolsi in the 1960s were hard-hitting satires fused with corny humor.
The 1974 Kenworth "Lady Butterfly," once featured as Overdrive's Tractor of the Month, is still pulling her weight and more.
Write in with your trucking memories and vote on your favorte trucking song for Overdrive's special anniversary issue.
Retired trucker John Brodnax joined other former detainees at a Florida reform school in a class-action lawsuit decrying years of abuse.
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