Tag: bryan hutchens
Sundown symphony: Voices, air horns blend at National Mall
Video from horn-honking sundown runs mixed with the voices of advocacy at 10-4 on D.C. Attendees' efforts benefited an area food bank and Truckers Final Mile.
October 6, 2020
Sharing risk: Load factoring offers strategic value amid economic contraction
In the current economic environment, factoring companies can be more valuable partners than usual for risk management. Read more here on Overdrive.
June 15, 2020
D.C. protests, broker transparency, hours changes and more with independent Bryan Hutchens
From D.C. demonstrators to hours of service changes, owner-operator Bryan Hutchens voices his opinions about it all on this edition of Overdrive Radio.
May 15, 2020
Bryan Hutchens’ 1996 Peterbilt 379, powering his ‘Generations Express’ independent business
Hutchens’ Okla.-based Generations Express independent business builds on his youth in a trucking family, wrenching on motors similar to the Cat 3406E in this 1996 Peterbilt while his parents hauled reefer freight out of California to various parts.
November 26, 2019
Wee hours roll-in, voices and more from 10-4 on D.C.
The upshot of the four-days-later post-mortem on That’s a Big 10-4 on D.C. — time will tell as to whether the second-annual event served as proof of the concept for those outside of the organizers as a gathering that serves as public outreach and awareness vehicle, as a neutral platform for individual owner-ops and drivers to represent themselves.
October 8, 2019
’10-4 on D.C.’ on National Mall Oct. 3-5
The event kicks off Oct. 2 at the Fredericksburg, Va., Agricultural Fairgrounds. Advance registration for anyone looking to participate with their truck is recommended. After last year, organizers say they’re encourage a positive atmosphere, less a protest than a tribute “that spotlights issues that affect the driver.”
September 13, 2019
Driver shutdown afoot? Facebook groups stir controversy over calls to turn off the keys
With some groups of truckers coalesced around a “Truckers Stand as One” moniker and calling for an April 12 “industry-wide shutdown” — and an attendant media blitz in the run-up to that date Feb. 21 — views vary on whether any such action is necessary or even could be effective.
January 22, 2019
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