What’s your favorite part of the country to drive in?

JACK SHAW
Salt Lake City
May Trucking
“Utah. The best roads and scenery, and the traffic is light.”

WILLIAM BUCKNER
Shortsville, N.Y.
Large Car Trucking
“The Midwest. There are no tolls, and there’s less traffic.”

MAHLON SAUNDERS
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Independent
“The one where the best rates are at, usually Texas straight up.”

DENNIS TIPTON
Fenton, Mo.
Mayflower
“The West Coast. The loads are better, and it’s easier to look for a place to shut down.”

TIM GETER
San Diego
Marten Transport
“The South, because there’s a lot of open space. You don’t drive through a lot of cities.”

BILL MANN
Palm Desert, Calif.
Independent
“The Southwest. Just because I like the roads, and I like the desert scenery.”

DALE DOEBLER
Pittsburg, Calif.
Hensler Trucking
“The West Coast. That’s my home.”

DAVID CALHOUN
Minneapolis
U.S. Xpress Enterprises
“Canada. It’s more open, and there are not as many cars.”

LARRY DONAHE
Webster City, Iowa
Oberg Freight Lines
“Out West. You don’t get a town every mile.”

IAN ROSS
Waianae, Hawaii
Independent
“I like to come out to Las Vegas and California.”

ANDREW HUGNH
Tustin, Calif.
S.J. Trucking
“Mostly the South. There’s more business down there.”

J.D. NORTON
Greeneville, Tenn.
K.D. Enterprises
“Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama because of the scenery.”

DYLESTER SMITH
Raleigh, N.C.
General Service Co.
“North Carolina and Florida have the best roads.”

DON CRISMAN
Clearwater, Fla.
Transco Lines Inc.
“The Southeast and the Southwest. They have good roads, and it is easy to find my way around. Pennsylvania has a good countryside with rolling hills.”

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