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America's Road Team Captains

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America's Road Team Captains

America's Road Team is a national public outreach program led by a small group of professional truck drivers who share superior driving skills, remarkable safety records and a strong desire to spread the word about safety on the highway.


About America's Road Team

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The name America's Road Team is meant to symbolize America's 3.1 million professional truck drivers and to serve as a rallying point for the spirit of professional dedication and teamwork needed to deliver America's freight safely, securely and on time. Professional truck drivers actively represent their industry daily on the nation's highways. They are an untapped resource in spreading the trucking industry's message of safety, essentiality, sustainability and professionalism. That's where America's Road Team fits in.

America's Road Team is a national public outreach program led by a small group of professional truck drivers who share superior driving skills, remarkable safety records and a strong desire to spread the word about safety on the highway.

American Trucking Associations, the voice of the trucking industry, created America's Road Team in 1986 to reach out to the trucking industry and the motoring public.

We are grateful to Volvo Trucks North America for sponsoring the America's Road Team.

Featured Captain

Henry Bruster has been a professional truck driver for 15 years and has accumulated over 900,000 accident-free miles. He is a professional driver for UPS Freight.

Henry has received Safe Worker and Accident-Free awards for 13 years, and has also received 4 Axle and Twins awards. He has served as a member on the Non-management Health, Wellness, and Safety Committee, as a deacon at Bleakhouse Baptist Church, as a youth advisor for Sunday school, as an assistant basketball coach, and as a U.S. Army Sergeant.

Henry lives with his wife, Tiffany Bruster, in Woodville, Mississippi. They have two sons.

In The News

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ATA Brings Image Trucks to Dayton Ohio

Today, American Trucking Associations brought its two show trucks – the Share the Road Truck and the Interstate One image truck – along with members of America’s Road Team to Dayton, Ohio’s Jet Express for a demonstration of truck safety and to honor three of their new America’s Road Team Captains who hail from the Buckeye State.

Share the Road Drivers to Show Love for Truckers for Valentine's Day

On February 12, Share the Road professional drivers, along with representatives of the Indiana Motor Truck Association and Truckers Against Trafficking will be handing out healthy snacks as part of a Valentine’s Day themed “We Love Truckers” event in Belleville, Ind.


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