Drivers call for hours changes

| March 27, 2010

Drivers and others in trucking called for more flexibility in sleeper berth regulations.

Arrow Truck Sales’ winner named

| March 26, 2010

Robert Snyder was announced as winner of Arrow’s Back On The Road 2010 campaign.

Fewer trucks + more freight = good news

| March 19, 2010

It looks like freight is coming back. Or has been back for weeks. Some off-the-record conversations I’ve had with industry leaders in the last few weeks confirm that, as does other evidence. Internet Truckstop’s latest Market ...

Deadly roads, best Interstate, stupid drivers

| March 11, 2010

Knoxville News Sentinel columnist Sam Venable took time to concur with our readers, who recently voted I-40 in Tennessee as the nation’s best highway segment in our annual Highway Report Card. However, if he didn’t know ...

Distracted driving needs uniform restrictions

| March 09, 2010

It’s a pity that it takes the heavy hand of government to ban practices that common sense would say are stupid, if not deadly. Such is the case with text messaging while driving, which the ...

Watermelon Slim performs the blues

| March 08, 2010

Former trucker Bill Homans performed in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

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” ...

Max Heine

Max Heine is editorial director of Overdrive and writes regularly for the Overdrive Extra blog. A CDL holder, he joined Overdrive in 1998 after more than two decades of newspaper work. You can reach him at mheine@randallreilly.com or 205-248-1038.

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