XPO celebrates driver who just logged 4 millionth mile; began driving LTL in 1987

Updated Oct 4, 2022
Driver with his truck

 XPO Logistics today announced that long-time truck driver David Frazier has exceeded 4 million accident-free miles in his LTL career — the highest driver safety record in XPO’s history. The company tracks accident-free miles as part of its Road to Zero driver safety program.

Frazier began driving LTL tractors in 1987 with Con-way, which was acquired by XPO in 2015. His groundbreaking 4 millionth mile was documented at the company’s terminal in Kernersville, North Carolina, where he has been based for over 34 years.

Mario Harik, president, of less-than-truckload for XPO Logistics, said, “David is a legend in our network and a role model in every respect, particularly when it comes to safety procedures. Our drivers have watched him operate thousands of times and learned to always do things the right way. It’s a privilege to share his milestone with the industry.”

The company honored Frazier with a team celebration in Kernersville attended by district, region, and corporate leaders. He also received the keys to a brand new XPO tractor with a customized cab design that displays his name and record achievement.

XPO is one of the largest providers of LTL transportation in North America, with a network of 294 terminals and about 13,000 professional truck drivers.