Are you a

Road Warrior?

Road Warriors are professional drivers who work hard to keep our country moving and our economy running. 

The U.S. economy depends on trucks to deliver more than 65% of all freight transported annually. Additionally, many drivers spend more than 300 days a year on the road! Join the Road Warrior challenge where we search for the unsung heroes in the professional driving industry. Now is the time to celebrate the Road Warrior.

Do you know a professional driver worthy of being a Road Warrior? Are you one? Submit a nomination today. We will be choosing daily and weekly Road Warriors to be featured here and on social media. We appreciate all that professional drivers do, so here’s to the Road Warriors. 

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All featured Road Warriors will win a prize pack. 

Every day we will be giving away prize packs filled with a Road Warrior t-shirt, travel mug, hat and a letter from Pilot Flying J CEO Jimmy Haslam. In addition to that, each weekly winner will receive 2,500 MyRewards points.

* Disclaimer: As stated in our terms and conditions, we cannot legally ship prize packages to Canadian addresses. However, we can give you MyRewards points! Please provide your MyRewards card number in the nomination form to take advantage of this opportunity.

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Where

Are they

We’ve found Road Warriors all over the U.S. and Canada. Use the interactive map to learn more about about them.

Who

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They?

 
  • Robert Lane

    Georgia


    Daily Direct

    Robert is the father of a dozen children split evenly between daughters and sons. He's hauled everything from autos to flatbeds to dry vans. He certainly considers himself a 'jack of all trades' and loves motorcycles and trucks. He has driven over a million miles for many companies and has enjoyed every mile he's crossed. He eventually plans on to completing his last dream, which is learning to fly a plane. 

  • Larry Stolldorf

    Illinois


    A-OK

    Larry says that he has been in the trucking industry so long he has lost count as to how many years he’s been driving. Though he began driving a fire truck professionally, he realized he could make extra cash on off-days as a truck driver. He led this life for many years until retiring in 2002. In retirement, he quickly grew bored and got back into the professional driving industry and is showing no signs of slowing down.

  • Cee Eady


    Volume Transportation

    Cee has been driving professionally for 5 years. Cee considers no other profession quite like the life of a professional driver and there is nothing else they'd rather be doing. Among the things Cee appreciates on the road are the clean showers and great coffee available at various stops along the way. 

  • Shannon Power

    California


    Gold Carriers

    Shannon has been driving for 10 years. He loves hauling produce up and down the East Coast. As a Marine Corps veteran, Shannon has been able to serve the nation in both the military and as a professional driver. He loves what he does and wouldn’t change it for the world.

  • Lee Hellyer

    South Carolina


    J Grady Randolph

    Lee is a professional driver who considers the job 'in his blood." With a grandfather and all of his uncles on his mother's side also driving professionally, the career-choice runs in his veins. After passing through every state except for California and Washington, and also spending time in Canada, it's little wonder he has such a love for the job. He says he’s living for the job and couldn't imagine himself doing anything else.

  • Robert Lane

    Georgia

    Daily Direct

    Robert is the father of a dozen children split evenly between daughters and sons. He's hauled everything from autos to flatbeds to dry vans. He certainly considers himself a 'jack of all trades' and loves motorcycles and trucks. He has driven over a million miles for many companies and has enjoyed every mile he's crossed. He eventually plans on to completing his last dream, which is learning to fly a plane. 

  • Larry Stolldorf

    Illinois

    A-OK

    Larry says that he has been in the trucking industry so long he has lost count as to how many years he’s been driving. Though he began driving a fire truck professionally, he realized he could make extra cash on off-days as a truck driver. He led this life for many years until retiring in 2002. In retirement, he quickly grew bored and got back into the professional driving industry and is showing no signs of slowing down.

  • Cee Eady

    Volume Transportation

    Cee has been driving professionally for 5 years. Cee considers no other profession quite like the life of a professional driver and there is nothing else they'd rather be doing. Among the things Cee appreciates on the road are the clean showers and great coffee available at various stops along the way. 

  • Shannon Power

    California

    Gold Carriers

    Shannon has been driving for 10 years. He loves hauling produce up and down the East Coast. As a Marine Corps veteran, Shannon has been able to serve the nation in both the military and as a professional driver. He loves what he does and wouldn’t change it for the world.

  • Lee Hellyer

    South Carolina

    J Grady Randolph

    Lee is a professional driver who considers the job 'in his blood." With a grandfather and all of his uncles on his mother's side also driving professionally, the career-choice runs in his veins. After passing through every state except for California and Washington, and also spending time in Canada, it's little wonder he has such a love for the job. He says he’s living for the job and couldn't imagine himself doing anything else.

  • Drivers keep our country running, delivering more than 65% of freight in the U.S.

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