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

Are

They?

 
  • Tony Resonno

    Georgia


    Stan Koch Trucking

    Tony got into professional driving in 2005 and hasn't looked back since. He loves the ability to see the entire country. "Nowhere else can you be in shorts in Florida on a Tuesday and then driving through the snow of Wisconsin by Thursday" said Tony. He also enjoys the community aspect of driving because he loves meeting people out on the road. Tony believes in the common bond among drivers.

     

  • Steven Long

    Oregon


    John Christner Trucking

    Steven always dreamed of being a professional driver. At the age of 43, his dream came true. Steven's built a reputation of having a hard work ethic, taking responsibility and continuing to be a safe driver. Though sometimes it is hard to be away from his family, becoming a driver is one of the highlights of Steven's life, and he sees it as getting to live out his dream everyday. 

  • Paul Evans

    Ohio


    New Century Transportation

    Paul started driving more than 38 years ago. In the 70's, he was underemployed working two jobs at minimum wage at $1.65/hour.
    He saw TDDS trucks advertising 98% placement at completion of six week training . With the support of his wife and a $1200 load, he began his career in the transportation industry. 

    Paul drives 120,000 - 135,000 miles and is away from home more than 280 days each year. While it is a challenge, his wife has been his greatest support and this industry has allowed him to provide for her. That's what keeps him going.

  • Leonardo Gomez

    Florida


    Hammell Transport Services

    Leonardo has been driving since 1991 and has traveled to the 48 continuous states. He loves to take pictures of landscapes, animals, people and adventures from his life on the road! He's learned a lot on the road - even how to drive in the snow and chain up his tires. Driving gives him an adrenaline rush and to him, that's what it is all about.

  • James Hall

    Mississippi


    Schneider

    James is a retired military veteran. After his service, he decided he would like to see more of the country he's served. Thankfully, driving allowed him to do just that. Being away from friends and family is hard, but James knows that this is a job that needs to be done and he is willing to do it. That is what makes him a Road Warrior.

  • Tony Resonno

    Georgia

    Stan Koch Trucking

    Tony got into professional driving in 2005 and hasn't looked back since. He loves the ability to see the entire country. "Nowhere else can you be in shorts in Florida on a Tuesday and then driving through the snow of Wisconsin by Thursday" said Tony. He also enjoys the community aspect of driving because he loves meeting people out on the road. Tony believes in the common bond among drivers.

     

  • Steven Long

    Oregon

    John Christner Trucking

    Steven always dreamed of being a professional driver. At the age of 43, his dream came true. Steven's built a reputation of having a hard work ethic, taking responsibility and continuing to be a safe driver. Though sometimes it is hard to be away from his family, becoming a driver is one of the highlights of Steven's life, and he sees it as getting to live out his dream everyday. 

  • Paul Evans

    Ohio

    New Century Transportation

    Paul started driving more than 38 years ago. In the 70's, he was underemployed working two jobs at minimum wage at $1.65/hour.
    He saw TDDS trucks advertising 98% placement at completion of six week training . With the support of his wife and a $1200 load, he began his career in the transportation industry. 

    Paul drives 120,000 - 135,000 miles and is away from home more than 280 days each year. While it is a challenge, his wife has been his greatest support and this industry has allowed him to provide for her. That's what keeps him going.

  • Leonardo Gomez

    Florida

    Hammell Transport Services

    Leonardo has been driving since 1991 and has traveled to the 48 continuous states. He loves to take pictures of landscapes, animals, people and adventures from his life on the road! He's learned a lot on the road - even how to drive in the snow and chain up his tires. Driving gives him an adrenaline rush and to him, that's what it is all about.

  • James Hall

    Mississippi

    Schneider

    James is a retired military veteran. After his service, he decided he would like to see more of the country he's served. Thankfully, driving allowed him to do just that. Being away from friends and family is hard, but James knows that this is a job that needs to be done and he is willing to do it. That is what makes him a Road Warrior.

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

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