Hello again folks, I'm back with another midweek batch, today's edition featuring 20 random rigs.First up, a nice Freightliner FLD112 for Kirk's Sineath Towing from Greensboro, NC.This is an ex Old Dominion tractor.Another Freightshaker, this time a Columbia.Rare to see a Columbia dump.Another dump, this time a more common Mack Granite, this one working for Yates Construction from Stokesdale, NC.Another Mack, this time an Anthem.A couple more for Kirk's Sineath; left is a Ford F-550 and right a Dodge 5500.Both were getting a vehicle from a 2 vehicle wreck.Back to Mack, with another Granite, this one for Haley Jr Hauling from Greensboro, NC.A Ford F-350 for iScapes from Burlington, NC.A Freightliner FLD120 for Allen Harim, who are headquartered in Millsboro, Delaware.A very sharp Kenworth W900L for Stout Trucking from Greensboro, NC.A really nice International 9900.A VOLVO VNL.I've never really understood the whole "truck make in huge letters on the visor" look. I think it's more popular/widespread in Europe, where I also think the style originates. A Kenworth T680 for Mountaire Farms, whose headquarters are in Selbyville, Delaware.A nice Kenworth T880 for Brakebush Transportation, who're headquartered in Westfield, Wisconsin.Another KW, this time a newly redesigned T680, this one for NVA Transportation, whose headquarters are in Crystal Lake. Illinois.A clean International LT.A really nice Western Star 4900.For C.R. England, who're headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, we have a Freightliner Cascadia.I don't really care for Smithfield meats.A Mack Anthem for GOC Transport from Goldston, NC.GOC = Gaines Oil Company.A sharp Peterbilt 379.And wrapping up this batch, a nice Freightliner Coronado for Salem Transportation from Faison, NC.That's it for today, thanks for looking!