Overdrive Staff

Overdrive’s Most Beautiful finalist April Roberge

Roberge drives team with her husband and their dog. She loves to cook organically and works hard to try to prepare healthy meals on the road.

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Brian Weaver’s 2005 Peterbilt 379

Brian Weaver uses this 2005 Peterbilt 379 to haul tree-length logs.

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Vote now in Trucker Talent Search contest

Voting for the singing contest is open through June 15. Visit TruckerTalentSearch.com to view the videos and cast your vote.

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Peterbilt vocational Model 520 expands refuse lineup

The truck features a dual-seated/dual-drive configuration that allows customers to operate the vehicle from both sides of the cab, including dual controls for the parking brakes, HVAC system and stereo.

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Trucker struck by object thrown through windshield in Mobile, Ala.

Jones told the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office he saw a suspicious red pickup truck before the object came through his windshield, the report says. The MCSO told Fox 10 that other truckers have reported objects being thrown at their trucks and also seeing a red pickup.

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Partners in Business: Buying a truck vs. leasing

Determine your best method for acquiring a truck.

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SuperRigs returns to Joplin in early June with focus on trucks, veterans

Shell Rotella's SuperRigs competition will celebrate its 34th year in Joplin, Mo., in June, returning four years after the annual event pulled into town following a devastating tornado.

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Overdrive’s Most Beautiful finalist Jeanie Ozment

Ozment operates a 1996 Peterbilt 378, which she keeps in tip-top shape and looking brand new.

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Truck drivers to receive $14 million from New York City after lawsuit alleges parking ticket scheme

New York City has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit brought by the New York Trucking and Delivery Association, in which it will pay truck drivers roughly $14 million. The NYTDA alleged in its suit the city intentionally ticketed legally parked trucks in an attempt to drive revenue.

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She Drives Trucks newsletter to serve women drivers

She Drives Trucks, a weekly newsletter produced by the editorial team of Truckers News, launches today to serve the female company drivers and owner-operators who make up 6 percent of the U.S. driver workforce. She Drives will address the unique issues women face on the road, including personal safety, health concerns and the best driving jobs for women.

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