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

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They?

 
  • Ronald Tucker

    Tennessee


    French Trucking Inc.

    Ronald Tucker has driven for 33 years and in that time has racked up almost 7 million miles without a chargeable accident. Professional driving runs in the Tucker family as his father, uncle and his cousin all have driven professionally. Earlier in his career he was a member of the “Good Time Gang” where he had some of the best times of his career. An interesting fact about Ronald is the story behind his CB radio handle, "The Lone Eagle.” The name was actually given to his uncle by a Cherokee Chief. Ronald's uncle then handed it down to him for use and he's been using the name on the road for years. Ronald is extremely proud to be “The Lone Eagle," and will continue to use it for the rest of his career.

  • Dee Sova

    California


    Swift Transportation

    Dee Sova's career as a professional driver has been going strong for 23 years now. At the age of 24 she began hauling tomatoes and has hauled just about everything there is since then. She considers herself blessed for the opportunity and says that the driving industry has made her the professional she is today. Safety is absolutely and always first in her mind while on the road. If she could give any aspiring drivers one piece of advice, it would be simply to be cautious and pay attention to the road. 

  • Christopher Dalkas

    Mississippi


    Heartland Express

    Christopher has only been driving for 15 months, but he greatly enjoys the lifestyle of a professional driver. The opportunity to drive professionally has allowed him to fulfill his passion of traveling the country and seeing the sights it has to offer. When not on the job he prefers cruising back highways on his Harley and enjoying the great outdoors.

  • Darwin Hubbard

    California


    Army and Air Force Exchange Service

    Darwin has been driving professionally for 15 years for the Army and Air Force Exchange Service. Working for a company that services the nation's military is one of the greatest opportunities he's ever had in his life. He describes being able to help serve those that have served for him as a blessing. He looks forward to continuing his career as a professional driver for years to come.

  • Minnie Kasper

    Pennsylvania


    Owner/ Operator

    Minnie has been driving since 2009 and already loves her career. She is now a car hauler and considers herself having found her niche in the road. Traveling, wandering and living life as an adventurer give her a great deal of joy and she says it's the best lifestyle for her. Though she wishes she had started driving sooner, she is certain she has found the career for which she was meant.

  • Ronald Tucker

    Tennessee

    French Trucking Inc.

    Ronald Tucker has driven for 33 years and in that time has racked up almost 7 million miles without a chargeable accident. Professional driving runs in the Tucker family as his father, uncle and his cousin all have driven professionally. Earlier in his career he was a member of the “Good Time Gang” where he had some of the best times of his career. An interesting fact about Ronald is the story behind his CB radio handle, "The Lone Eagle.” The name was actually given to his uncle by a Cherokee Chief. Ronald's uncle then handed it down to him for use and he's been using the name on the road for years. Ronald is extremely proud to be “The Lone Eagle," and will continue to use it for the rest of his career.

  • Dee Sova

    California

    Swift Transportation

    Dee Sova's career as a professional driver has been going strong for 23 years now. At the age of 24 she began hauling tomatoes and has hauled just about everything there is since then. She considers herself blessed for the opportunity and says that the driving industry has made her the professional she is today. Safety is absolutely and always first in her mind while on the road. If she could give any aspiring drivers one piece of advice, it would be simply to be cautious and pay attention to the road. 

  • Christopher Dalkas

    Mississippi

    Heartland Express

    Christopher has only been driving for 15 months, but he greatly enjoys the lifestyle of a professional driver. The opportunity to drive professionally has allowed him to fulfill his passion of traveling the country and seeing the sights it has to offer. When not on the job he prefers cruising back highways on his Harley and enjoying the great outdoors.

  • Darwin Hubbard

    California

    Army and Air Force Exchange Service

    Darwin has been driving professionally for 15 years for the Army and Air Force Exchange Service. Working for a company that services the nation's military is one of the greatest opportunities he's ever had in his life. He describes being able to help serve those that have served for him as a blessing. He looks forward to continuing his career as a professional driver for years to come.

  • Minnie Kasper

    Pennsylvania

    Owner/ Operator

    Minnie has been driving since 2009 and already loves her career. She is now a car hauler and considers herself having found her niche in the road. Traveling, wandering and living life as an adventurer give her a great deal of joy and she says it's the best lifestyle for her. Though she wishes she had started driving sooner, she is certain she has found the career for which she was meant.

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

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