California state legislators and federal regulators can not seem to understand some drivers CHOOSE to be independent and others CHOOSE to be employees. The individual driver makes the decision that best fits his or her life.

There is enough room in the growing trucking industry for both employees and independent contractors.
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We appreciate ALL drivers and the work they do every day to safely move cargo.

For the record, Elisha Mundell pictured above really is a Devine driver based out of our Reno terminal.

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