It's that time again folks - time for another 20 pack of interesting rubber-tired randomness!
First in the queue today, a typically nice looking Ford F-750 for Asplundh Tree Expert, who are headquartered in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania.
Second out, we have a Mack CH613.
This truck is telling a lie. It has no load, therefore, it cannot have a wide load. This is something of a particular irritant of mine; when people/companies run wide load signs (and/or flashing beacons) without actually needing to, like here, other motorists tend to start ignoring the signs/lights. The signs/lights just become part of the scenery, and are overlooked, which can result in unpleasantness. The "boy who cried wolf" syndrome - when it actually matters, the warning is ignored because of previous false claims.
A Mack Anthem.
I think the roof clearance lights on these, when they don't have a visor, like here, look cheap.
A nice International Lonestar for Mercer Transportation, whose headquarters are in Louisville, Kentucky.
Note the ends of the fuel tank are painted(?) purple, as is the DEF tank I believe. Looks like the "Mercer" lettering is also purple.
A fairly tired looking Freightliner FLD120.
A clean Freightliner 114SD for Builders FirstSource, who're headquartered in Dallas, Texas.
A Ford F-750 for Blossman Gas, whose headquarters are in Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
Have I posted this before? I feel like I did awhile back... but this is a more recent shot, regardless.
An interesting Kobelco T220A for City Transfer from High Point, NC.
Another crane, this one a much bigger and newer Liebherr LTM1400-7 for Guy M. Turner, who're headquartered in Greensboro, NC. Guy Turner really has some cool and varied equipment!
A decent looking Freightliner FLD for Load Rite from Greensboro, NC.
Here's one we've seen before...
A Peterbilt 359 for Kirk's Sineath Towing from Greensboro, NC.
The tractor trailer to the left was stuck, fairly deep, and upon being pulled back onto the asphalt here, and after the wrecker left, preceded to floor it across the field to the right, through the neighboring Dollar General's lot, and into the street. Leaving behind some fairly deep ruts through the field and clumps of mud for a ways down the (very busy) street.🙄
A green machine in the form of a Kenworth T370 for Roberts Oxygen, whose headquarters are in Rockville, Maryland.
A pretty tired Freightliner Century.
Very unusual seeing a Century as a dump.
A Peterbilt 579 for Twenty 4 Seven Express, whose headquarters are in Algonquin, Illinois.
A Chevrolet 3500.
An interesting Peterbilt 367 for Shamrock Environmental, who are headquartered in Browns Summit, NC.
A Freightliner Cascadia for GTCC, or Guilford Technical Community College, who have several campuses around Guilford County, NC.
A Mack RD688 for Jenkins Waste Management from Browns Summit, NC.
A sharp Western Star 4700 for RLB Trucking from Ramseur, NC.
And lastly, another sharp 4700 dump, though an unknown this time.
That's it for this round folks, thanks for looking!