What’s your favorite time of the year to drive?

MARK CARTER
Duncanville, Texas
Frozen Food Express
“The spring is my favorite because it’s cool. My tires don’t get as hot.”


JERRY CRIDER
Gadsden, Ala.
Alaplex Trucking
“Spring and fall are my favorites. I like the fall because of the color changes. And I like spring because it shows that life goes on after the cold, dead winter.”


MARK STACEY
Grundy, Va.
Anderson Trucking Service
“September and October are my favorites to drive because it’s not so hot and that’s better on my truck.”


RANDALL PRESCOTT
Nashville, Tenn.
J.B. Hunt
“I like summer because of the longer hours of daylight.”


JIM GOLDSWORTHY
Scottsboro, Ala.
Noble & Pitts
“The summer is my favorite because there is no snow.”


BILL ROGERS
Jasper, Fla.
Mercer Transportation
“I like to drive in the spring and fall because it’s much cooler and you don’t have to burn as much fuel.”


MICHAEL STREET
Leland, Miss.
Shaffer Trucking
“I like the fall because of the changing colors of the leaves.”


TOM BARNETT
Salt Lake City
Central Refrigeration
“I like to drive in the spring and fall because of all the pretty colors you see.”


ANTHONY JEFFERSON
McComb, Miss.
Allen Freight Service
“I like the summer because you don’t have all that bad weather.”


TOM MILLER
Gulfport, Miss.
McElroy Truck Lines
“I like March, the spring, because you don’t have a lot of traffic from tourists, and it’s warming up so you don’t have to worry about freezing.”


TIM SCOTT
Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Shelton Trucking
“I like the summer because I hate the winter. I do not deal well with snow.”


BILLY WALLACE
Ellenwood, Ga.
Bennett Motor Express
“The winter is my favorite because it’s not so hot and you don’t have to sleep with the truck and the air conditioner on.”


Next month’s question: How do you stay safe when you drive in the winter? E-mail ovdeditors@eTrucker.com.

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