“So what do you want me to do, Doc? I’ve never done this. Where do I sit? Did you want me to lie down on the couch?”
Ask any Prime driver and he or she will tell you there are a number of ways to stay connect with family while gone from home
In February Daniel Skidmore was driving his truck in Illinois in when he got the call his wife, Kerry, was in early labor. Her water had broken and she was headed to the hospital.
For Josh Keedy, Prime driver and father of four, it all boils down to respect. Self-respect is a big deal for Josh—something reflected in his work as a driver and in his role as a husband and father.
Before he began driving for Prime, Rosalio Matute Jr. (aka Junior Honduras), did his homework. He researched a lot of companies and came to the conclusion Prime was the best one for him
Johnny Jackson is doing what many dads wish they could do—teach their sons to do what they do and love it. Johnny, who drives a 2020 Freightliner Cascadia and hails from northern Louisiana, is an over-the-road driver
Robert Hullett has been with Prime nearly two years—7 months driving accompany truck and more recently, as a lease operator. He currently drives a 2016 Peterbilt and is looking forward to upgrading to a 2019 Peterbilt soon
It’s not what you expect to see on the back of an 18-wheeler, but it’s the absolute truth for Prime drivers James and Shelby Abell. They have had their baby, Amelia, on board almost since she was born in 2017.
There are a number of ways to stay connected with your family when you’re an over-the-road driver, but making music while miles apart is not usually one of them. And yet, that’s just what
When Louisiana-born, Barry Broussard thought about becoming a truck driver, he talked the decision over with his three kids.