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    2011 Kenworth T660 Gulfport, MS

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    2008 Ford F550 XLT SD New Hampton, IA

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    2013 Ford F350 SD Saint Louis, MO

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    2007 International 9400i Lake Butler, FL

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    2009 International PROSTAR Des Moines , IA

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    Trailer for 2014 East Hardox Steel Dumps Voorhees, NJ

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    2008 Kenworth T800 Healdsburg, CA

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    1989 Mack R690T Ocala, FL

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    2011 Volvo VNL670 Bolingbrook (Chicago), IL

Current Magazine Issue

November 2014

at nov2014 135x182This month, American Trucker brings you our 2014 Truckers of the Year, Daniel & Phyllis Snow. These owner-operators have a great story to share. You will also find trucking’s best coverage of new products and services, as well as the American Trucker Marketplace with the latest truck, trailer and equipment offerings from dealers across the U.S.A.


  • Editor's page: Fuel predictions

    If the Energy Information Administration (EIA) is to be believed, truckers should enjoy lower-than-average fuel prices this winter, courtesy of falling oil prices, rising domestic crude production and a mild winter. ... more.
  • Business of Trucking: Small world, big business

    American Trucker recently had the opportunity to sit down with Michael W. Hagan, president & CEO of Reelfoot Bank, to discuss the climate for small businesses. Reelfoot Bank is a 100-year-old community bank located in Union City, TN. Hagan was the 2013 president of the Independent Bankers Division of the Tennessee Bankers Assn. ... more.
  • Cover story: Truckers of the Year

    Independent husband-and-wife team Daniel and Phyllis Snow epitomize the integration of “old school” trucking—heavy on chrome, cowboy covers, and the knights-of-the-road ethos—with “new age” fleet management principles aimed at boosting tractor-trailer efficiency. ... more.
  • November Spotlight: John Wayne Lancaster Trucking

    John Wayne Lancaster Trucking covers 49 states and all of Canada. It hauls a variety of goods including refrigerated cargo. ... more.

Sean Kilcarr comments on trends affecting the many different strata of the trucking industry.. Check back often for Sean's take on the trucking industry, in his award-winning blog, Trucks at Work.

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