Will your earnings be better, worse or the same in 2004?

| December 12, 2008

CHARLES WHIDDON
Sandersville, Ga.
B-H Transfer

“About the same. I make the same every year, within one or two thousand dollars.”

ROBERT BIGHAM
Cleveland, Tenn.
First Fleet

“About the same. It usually stays the same in this business.”

MORGAN MCQUEENEY
Beenington, Okla.
Woodfield

“Worse, because of the hours-of-service rule and other regulations.”

JIM SKRINAR
Cartersville, Ga.
Millis

“It’s going to kill me because I’m dedicated. Over-the-road guys won’t be hurt that much.”

CHARLES BAKER
Tucson, Ariz.
R.E. Barnett & Sons

“Worse, because driving time will be cut. You’ll have to work more days for the same income.”

EUGENE FLOWERS
Demopolis, Ala.
Robbie D. Wood

“About the same. It doesn’t change much. I’ve never seen a big difference in my pay.”

BILL EATON
Tiplersville, Miss.
J.B. Hunt

“Probably worse, because of the new hours-of-service rule.”

MARSHALL PARKER
Atlanta
Transport Services

“Better, because I try to make more money each year.”

MARIE HOPPER
Jackson, Tenn.
Covenant Transport

“I don’t think it will change, but shippers will have to hire more help to get drivers in and out.”

DELL HOPPER
Jackson, Tenn.
Covenant Transport

“Better, because the income’s been good.”

QUINN HUMPHRIES
Red Bay, Ala.
Averitt Express

“Better, because I’ll get more miles through my company after the new
hours rule kicks in.”

JORGE SANTIAGO
Melbourne, Fla.
Kennesaw Transport

“Probably about the same. I don’t think the hours-of-service rule will change things much.”