Personalities

Some people think driving in America is just ‘fantastic’

| June 16, 2014

Meet former European haulers Martin Cassidy and Veronika Lengvarska in this profile of sorts by George & Wendy Show writer Wendy Parker.

A father’s love

| June 15, 2014

"Here's to all the trucker Dads today. Thank you for what you do. Happy Father's Day."

Singer Lindsay Lawler starts four-month truck stop tour next week

| May 13, 2014

Country singer and Highway Angel spokesperson Lindsay Lawler will begin her second Highway Angel Truck Stop Tour on May 21. The tour covers more than 10 states and lasts until late September.

Unveiling: ‘Monkey Gouger’ travel center

| April 17, 2014

With the official unveiling still several weeks off, owner-operator Jimmy Ardis, a recipient of one of TA Petro's Citizen Driver Award recognitions, got an early look at his name up on the marquee at the recently renamed Manning, S.C., TA near his hometown.

Tied to a cause: Owner-operator takes Truckers Against Trafficking up the mountainImage Gallery

| April 14, 2014

Part 2 in this feature: With support growing for Truckers Against Trafficking from the community of drivers, owner-operator Matt Hopkins, inspired by a cyclist friend to tie his planned climb of Mt. Aconcagua in Argentina to a cause, decided to take TAT with him to the top...

Tied to a cause: Driver support grows for Truckers Against Trafficking

| April 11, 2014

One of them, owner-operator Matt Hopkins, took his support for the organization to new heights with his early-2014 benefit climb of Mt. Aconcagua in Argentina.

‘Most Beautiful’ winner speaks on the ‘beautiful women’ on the roads today

| March 14, 2014

This open letter comes from Maggie Stone, named Overdrive's Most Beautiful in 2013. The current iteration of the contest is accepting nominations through March 20.

Owner-operator Matt Hopkins tells the story of his February Aconcagua ascentImage Gallery

| March 11, 2014

Climbing in part to raise awareness and money for the Truckers Against Trafficking organization, Hopkins was within "2,800 vertical feet" of the Argentinean summit, at an altitude of 20,000 feet, he says, when he and another climber in his party made the decision to turn back.

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