Road King staff spent part of the weekend attending the Redneck Rumble — a car show for pre-1968 hot rods, rat rods, customs, choppers and bobbers. The event was held at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in Lebanon, Tenn. While our readers spend most of their time in vehicles of the 18-wheel variety, they […]
Archive for September, 2011
By Tom O’Brien, President & CEO
Maybe you’ve been skeptical in the past about my promise that we will listen to you. You may figure a big company like ours is going to file away your suggestions or concerns and just do business the way we think it should be done. And there are plenty of companies out there that operate that way. We don’t.
At the Atlanta South TA, drivers are appreciated day after day, in every way
When you pick up a menu at Atlanta South Family Restaurant at the Atlanta South TA, you’ll get a story along with your meal choices. The menus feature real-life tales from or about truckers.
Never take your bad day out on those enforcing the law
By David A. Kolman, Senior Editor
Like any professional trucker, I know that when you deal with law enforcement officers you ought to be courteous. Back in my “I’ve got a date with freight and it can’t wait” days, I learned that appearing rude, angry and annoyed, or treating an officer in a condescending manner makes any situation much worse.