You need to release an archive of the of Overdrive magazines. Online or on dvd. .
Amen to that, nothing better than the original Overdrive. Mike Parkhurst was for the trucker and by the trucker. Todays editors only have loyalty to advertisers and politicians.
Ol’ Mike Parkhurst was 100% plus for the driver back in 1969 when I started as a relief driver with my father when he bought his 1st truck and started with Mayflower as an owner op. I was 18 and drove with my regular license for almost a year until dad and I came home in late summer 1970 and he sent me to the local truck driver training class at Dakota County Vo-Tech in Rosemount, MN were I did a 2 week course to get my Shauffer’s license and I was then legal to operate as a commercial driver!
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