What’s important about a cab’s interior?

DOUG GRAVES
Eberton, Ga.
Crete Carriers

“A combination of room, accessibility and plenty of storage.”

R.J. MEYERS
Livingston, La.
Wal-Mart

“Visibility. Being able to see around and out of the cab. Also, having accessibility to what I need.”

RODNEY HAYDEN
Oak Grove, La.
Turban

“The FM radio. I’m totally country. I love Hank Williams Jr.”

ANTHONY SLATER
Jackson, Miss.
H&L Cartage Co.

“The most important thing is my alarm clock.”

GEORGE THOMAS
Livingston, La.
Enterprise Transport

“Most important is plenty of leg room.”

JERRY TOMPKINS
Elgin, Tenn.
Danny King Lumber

“The seat. It has to be comfortable.”

JOHNNY JAMES BROWN
Lauderdale, Miss.
McElroy

“I love my AM stations. I like listening to Bozo, Dr. Laura and Rush Limbaugh.”

BEN TAYLOR
Elizabethan, Tenn.
Landstar Ranger

“I like to listen to books on tape. My favorites are the ones by Ralph Compton.”

FRANK HILL
Longbranch, N.J.
Swift Transportation

“A comfy seat. You can hurt yourself if you get bounced around a lot.”

TERRENCE EUGENE
Taft, La.
Western

“The most important thing is having enough room to move around.”

TRAVIS SARENANA
Kingman, Ariz.
TWX

“A good driver’s seat with good availability of my buttons and switches. It could get dangerous if I have to stretch too far.”

MIKE ANDREWS
Houston, Texas
Paramount Transport

“I like the Freightliner interior. It has a dining room.”

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