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Ten finalists have been named in the Trucking s Top Rookie contest, and the winner who will receive $25,000 in cash and prizes will be announced Friday, Aug. 23, at The Great American Trucking Show in Dallas.
Prizes include a $10,000 check, a custom plaque, a RoadPro Getting Started Living OnThe-Go package; $1,000 cash and 100,000 MyRewards points from Pilot Flying J, a year s worth of 5-Hour Energy drinks; a GPS unit and CB radio from Cobra Electronics, an American Trucking Associations Good Stuff Trucks Bring It package and a Rand McNally Motor Carrier Road Atlas.
The other nine finalists will get $1,000 cash.
Trucking s Top Rookie is produced by Randall-Reilly (publisher of Overdrive), the Truckload Carriers Association, Commercial Vehicle Training Association, Shell Rotella, Pilot Flying J, the National Association of Publicly Funded Truck Driving Schools, the American Trucking Associations and the Red Eye Radio Network.
The contest was created to increase pride and professionalism among new drivers, and a panel of judges that includes representatives from motor carriers, training schools, suppliers and trade associations chose from the 46 nominations the 10 finalists. They are:
Michael Bonniwell, driver for Werner Enterprises
Jeffrey Finkel, leased to Dart Transit
Joseph Haas, a driver for Swift Transportation
Kyle Lee, driver for TMC Transportation
Immanuel Odongkara, driver for Werner Enterprises
Timothy Pye, driver for Werner Enterprises
Nathan Reardon, driver for H.O. Wolding
Sandra Sherill, driver for H.O. Wolding
Kevin Smith, driver for TMC Transportation
Dan Snow, driver TMC Transportation
- The TCB-771 is the new, improved version of the popular TCB-770, boasting all of the same features as the TCB-770 but can be powered from a 12/24V DC power supply.
- The TCB-771 also has a Dynamic Squelch System for a greatly improved audio experience.
The TCB-771 is the new, improved version of the popular TCB-770, boasting all of the same features as the TCB-770 but can be powered from a 12/24V DC power supply. The TCB-771 also has a Dynamic Squelch System for a greatly improved audio experience.
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TTI TCB-771 12/24V Multi-Standard Mobile CB Radio
For safety reasons, truck drivers have to follow specific road restrictions based on the dimensions of their vehicle, such as weight, height or length. While consumer GPS units will find the fastest route, they aren’t able to provide truck drivers any information about road restrictions. There have been several news reports in the past about truck drivers ending up on roads that aren t suitable for their vehicle. A more recent example comes from Aspen Public Radio, reporting about an increase of truck drivers that violate the length limit of Independence Pass near Aspen, CO. The news outlet reached out to Garmin to see how trucking navigators1 can help truck drivers avoid restricted roads. The resulting report provides an interesting case study of the issue. The screen shot above from a Garmin dezl 760LMT2 shows that truck drivers sometimes have to take a detour to make sure they stay safe. Read (or listen to) the full report here3.
I have been with Freewheelin with Meredith Ochs and Chris T. at Road Dog Trucking for almost a month and I love it! My mentor, Noa, is amazing. She goes the extra mile to show me the full spectrum of a talk radio show. She is very patient and detail-orientated when it comes to showing me the board, explaining every aspect and allowing me to ask questions. I m very grateful to have her as my mentor. Thank you, SiriusXM, for this opportunity to broaden my horizons!2
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Trucker Buddy International recently selected Randolph Boswell, a driver for Southern Refrigerated Transport, or Texarkana, Ark., the Darrell Hicks Memorial Ambassador of the Year for 2013. The award was presented at the Red Eye Radio Party at the Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, Ky., on March 21. Boswell and another driver have worked the Charlotte Diesel Super Show in Concord, N.C., in 2012 and MATS promoting Trucker Buddy for three years, as well as being an active Trucker Buddy for over seven years and an ambassador for almost five.
Drivers are by far the most important aspect of a race team. Without a good one, your team could be in trouble. Even with the best TEAM in the world, the amount of impact a driver has on the overall finish is huge. With that being said, drivers also have the biggest influence emotionally on a team. Influences that can be good or bad. A good driver can take an average team and bring them up during a race just by his attitude on the radio. Radio chatter is a big part of the race and the drivers tone can make a huge difference. The drivers listed below are the 5 best drivers to pit for in our opinion. We picked them based on what we see on TV and talking to crew members. These are our opinions that we have gathered from the limited information we have. Take a look at the list and let us know in the poll at the end whether you agree or disagree with the list.
#1 Jimmie Johnson
Besides bringing 5 championships to the table JJ is one of the best drivers on the radio to his crew. It s a bit odd that he s so high on our list yet his crew chief might not be. Regardless of how the race is playing out JJ has always managed to keep his calm. Over the last 10 years you can barely count the number of times on one had that Jimmie has said something bad on the radio about his crew. Not only does he keep his mouth shut but he is quick to compliment his team for good stops and races. You bring that kind of leadership and calmness to the track and you ll find yourself on the top of the list.
#2 Tony Stewart
What you see is what you get with Tony Stewart. If you ask around pit road Tony s name comes up continouesly as being one of the best drivers to pit for. He s an outspoken owner/ Driver that has a magnetic personality that crew guys love. Don t ever under estimate a crews guys want to win. Having a driver that has the same desire can be contagious. Over the years Tony has managed to get and give the respect that crew guys want. Whenever you have a driver that has the teams respect it makes the job much easier and more enjoyable even when things go good or bad. TS seems to always have his guys back and that can go a long ways in racing.
#3 Matt Kenseth
The old saying, no news is good news , can be true about our number 3 guy. Kenseth is very rarely in the news when it comes to radio outtakes and verbal scalding of his crew. He s a professional at what he does and he seems to be the silent assassin when it comes to performance on the track. For years he had a loyal group of team members and crew guys at RFR. There was a reason they stayed with him. Now its time for the guys at JGR to experience one of the best drivers to pit for.
#4 Brad Keselowski
It s not always if you win but how you win and Brad leads in a way that has his team follows. Over the last few years the maturity that he has displayed when things go wrong is what puts him on our list. Very few radio conversations, if any, have appeared over the years where Brad is laying into his team or crew over the radio. He understands there is a time and place for ranting but the radio isn t it. With 8 wins and a championship in the last two years why wouldn t you want to pit for him.
#5 Jeff Gordon
As a veteran of the sport JG has learned the importance of a good team. In order to get guys to follow you as a leader and continue to win, you need to be a professional at all levels. On the track he might have an aggressive behavior at times but what driver doesn t. He has managed to keep his calm over the radio over the last few years and crew guys love to pit for him. It would be easy as a 4 time Champ to start throwing darts when things go bad but Jeff doesn t. He s always professional on his post race comments and seems to really value a good team around him.
Well, this makes up our top 5 drivers to pit for. Check out the poll below and let us know if you agree, disagree, or somewhat agree with our top 5. Coming soon, the least 5 drivers you want to pit for. You don t want to miss this one.