Hope everyone's had a good week, maybe even got out and about since the covid restrictions are being eased.
Speaking of that, I've noticed, at least locally, a marked increase in vehicle wrecks since the restrictions began easing - probably a 50-65%+ increase over the amount during the heaviest restrictions, and maybe a 20-35% increase over the "normal" pre-covid amount. Not sure what's up with this, and those numbers are just an estimate, but it's a fact - so be careful out there!
Anyway, here's the first shot of the day, a Peterbilt 379.
And another Peterbilt 379.
A really sharp Kenworth W900L.
Rarely catch a W9 with that custom style of hood - looks great.
A Kenworth T660 for Pierce Ag Transportation from La Russell, Missouri.
Wonder what he's hauling all the way out here in NC?
A really cool Wreaths Across America lettered Kenworth T680 for Boyd Bros. Transportation, who are headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama.
A classy International LT for Barnes Transportation, whose headquarters are in Wilson, North Carolina.
A very sharp Kenworth T880 for Quality Turf from Haw River, North Carolina.
A very nice Peterbilt 579 for G&J Express Trucking from Burlington, North Carolina.
A really cool F-350 or 450.
I love Ford duallies, and I'd bet this one has the Ford 7.3 diesel, probably the best light duty diesel ever.
And wrapping up today, a somewhat tired looking Peterbilt 379 for Hwy 25 Express from Millen, Georgia.