Hope everyone's having a good weekend and staying safe, especially now that this Hydra of a virus is rearing another of its ugly heads.
That said, on to our 20 pack.
First today, a clean Peterbilt 579 for Heniff Transportation, who are headquartered in Oak Brook, Illinois.
A Pete 378 for WJR Enterprises from Ellerbe, NC.
Ellerbe is pronounced - ell-ur-bee.
A cool, if a little tired looking, Ford Aeromax for JFM Hauling from Tar Heel, NC.
Can't quite tell who this Volvo VNL is for.
A reasonably nice looking International 9400 for Lisk Trucking, who're headquartered in Wadesboro, NC.
Most 9400s I see are rough, so it's nice to see one in good shape.
A Kenworth T800 for Presque Isle Trucking from Erie, Pennsylvania.
Odd to see a daycab so far from home (caught in South-central NC).
A beefy Freightliner 114SD for CSX Transportation, who are headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida.
A sharp Freightliner Coronado for Lakeside Trucking from Henrico, NC.
A very nice Western Star 4900 for Lynn Thomas Grading from Polkton, NC.
One of the first Mack Pinnacles I've caught with the new grille.
A Freightliner Cascadia for Air Products & Chemicals, whose headquarters are in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Pretty sure that's the first time I've caught that type of trailer.
Now, according to the placards, he's hauling compressed helium; so, when I first identified that, my first thought was (probably like most folks) "If he's loaded with compressed helium, due to helium being lighter than air, it must be lighter loaded than empty"😱. After a bit of research, I learned that as you compress helium it becomes denser/heavier - so no, it is not lighter loaded.😐
A Mack Pinnacle. I believe this is for the same company as the other Pinnacle.
A Peterbilt 579 for Bridgestone Americas Fleet Operations, whose HQ are in Nashville, Tennessee.
A cool Peterbilt 379.
A very sharp Kenworth W900L.
A Freightliner Cascadia for Unifi Inc., who are headquartered in Greensboro, NC.
An interestingly colored Freightliner Cascadia for Carroll Fulmer, whose headquarters are in Groveland, Florida.
And another Cascadia, this one a nice looking example for Abilene Motor Express, whose HQ are in Richmond, Virginia.
A cool Peterbilt 379.
And lastly, a somewhat unusual catch - what I assume to be a new Freightliner M2-106 trash truck in transit to presumably its new home, with the transport driver's SUV along for the ride.