Max Heine

Watermelon Slim – on the road again with a killer sound

| March 07, 2010

It’s not every day that we trucking editors get a private lunchtime concert, but such was the case Friday here at the offices of Overdrive and Truckers News. Former trucker Bill Homans, who records and ...

Show off your rig

| March 04, 2010

Overdrive selects the best of its readers' truck photos that have been uploaded to our gallery for publication in each month's issue. Click here to post your truck in the Custom Rigs/Overdrive online gallery. Darren “Thunder” ...

TCA names Owner-Operator of the Year

| March 04, 2010

Warren Transport’s Steven Recker was named 2009 Owner-Operator of the Year in the contest sponsored by the Truckload Carriers Association and Overdrive.

Pulse

Max Heine, Editorial Director | March 01, 2010

Safety restrictions that are prudent for professional drivers should also be prudent for amateurs.

Arrow Trucking: Lawsuits, blame and good news

| February 24, 2010

Some new developments emerged in recent days with Arrow Trucking, now two months after its Dec. 22 closing. Two items are from the Tulsa World. One details how lawsuits filed individually against executives are moving forward ...

Credit card statements include free cold shower

| February 22, 2010

You might have heard that banks have to play by new rules with their credit card terms and disclosures, starting today. If you’ve never faced the music when it comes to credit card abuse, your chance ...

Trucker trades Haul Road for farm

| February 12, 2010

“Everywhere you go, people recognize you,” says George Spears, one of the stars of "Ice Road Truckers."

‘Ice Road Trucker’ comes home to thaw

| February 11, 2010

When I rode with Alaskan Haul Road driver George Spears in the summer of 2006, he was planning to retire in the next year or so. However, he kept postponing the day. Then he was asked ...

Max Heine

Max Heine is editorial director of Overdrive. A CDL holder, he joined Overdrive in 1998 after more than two decades of newspaper work.

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