We tout our drivers.  We tout our focus on safety. We tout for good reason because, frankly, we have much to brag about.
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Our drivers…who traverse some of the nation’s most congested roadways, Donner Summit snow or shine, Highway 99 fog or fair…rank in the top two percent of drivers in the ENTIRE country.

WOW!  That is an amazing feat.  Thank you ladies and gentlemen for all you do every day to keep yourselves, the cargo you transport and the motoring public safe.  We are in awe and most appreciative.

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