What Is Your Least Favorite Region To Haul Through?

PENNY FORD
Statesville, N.C.
Gray Rock Farms
“Florida. Too many Yankees with Alzheimer’s down there.”

ROBERT BABER
San Antonio
Southern Refrigerated
“Anything going to
Canada. Canadian and U.S. borders are ridiculously strict on commercial drivers.”

JAMES HUFFMAN
Ballard, W.Va.
Jevic Transportation
“I don’t like the East Coast because the traffic is really bad.”

MIKE MILLS
Columbia, Miss.
Schneider National
“New York. It’s not designed for trucks.”

DEXTER WILSON
Atlanta
Bright Transportation
“Tennessee. It’s the boring side of the Southeast to me.”

JAKE WELCH
Lafayette, Ga.
Path Transport
“California. Too many rules and regulations.”

LEE PIERCE
Mansfield, Pa.
Freehold Cartage
“New England. It’s all backed up and expensive.”

JIM KEEVER
Little Rock, Ark.
Dart Transit
“Ohio, because of the anti-truck sentiment.”

BILL MITCHELL
Milton, Ga.
WTI Transport
“The Northeast is a very hostile area.”

JIM LEMON
Palm Bay, Fla.
Pullen Brothers
“The whole country. Ain’t no good roads.”

MARK WATSON
Greenville, Ala.
Millis Transfer
“I prefer out West.”

BRIAN LEDOUX
Sulphur, La.
Decker Truck Lines
“The East Coast because of the discourteous drivers.”

OTIS HUGHES
Carthage, Texas
NG Stuart Transportation
“I don’t like Georgia. The roads suck.”

MICHAEL COTTLE
Seven Springs, N.C.
Inman Trucking
“I don’t have a least favorite.”

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