Growing up on a farm in Kansas, Don Logan had a love for big equipment. At 14, he got his first job with a farmer’s permit, driving a grain truck for his uncle.
Spartacus is king of his truck. It’s the place he feels safe, far away from the memories of abuse, starvation and neglect. This oasis is where he now snuggles in the sleeper and stares out onto the open road. For a pup that narrowly escaped death, the 2013 Freightliner Cascadia is heaven and owner-operator David Binz is his savior.
Doug Chandler may not be able to share his emotions face to face, the thoughts that sometimes cloud his mind with sadness, loneliness, fear or joy, and love. But give him a brief moment in time and a Smartphone to type on and his soul will pour out in a Facebook post.
It started out as just a hobby. David Della Maggiore and his wife Robin began traveling once a month to watch his grandson Kenny Cross, now 18, compete in BMX (bicycle motocross) competitions. The speed, the competition and the trophies all led to his own fascination with the sport. But it wasn’t until his wife, and daughter Jessica made a simple suggestion that changed his life — why not give it a try?
On the surface, Terrence Danns is the average company driver. But behind his jovial laugh and kind smile he has led a life that’s anything but ordinary.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Landstar System has presented the Business Capacity Owner Lifetime Achievement Award to Landstar Three Million Mile Safe Driver and Landstar Roadstar Conrad “Ray” Price in a special ceremony July 8.