See the winners from each state’s trucking contest

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Updated Jul 22, 2018
AAA Cooper Transportation driver Mark Knight, center, was named grand champion at the Alabama TDC. He is one of many drivers preparing to compete in the national competition. Knight was presented the award by Alabama Trucking Association Chairman of the Board Terry Kilpatrick of Billy Barnes Enterprises, left, and Alabama Trucking Association Council Chairman Tony Smith of AAA Cooper Transportation, right. (Image Courtesy of Alabama Trucking Association/Facebook)AAA Cooper Transportation driver Mark Knight, center, was named grand champion at the Alabama TDC. He is one of many drivers preparing to compete in the national competition. Knight was presented the award by Alabama Trucking Association Chairman of the Board Terry Kilpatrick of Billy Barnes Enterprises, left, and Alabama Trucking Association Council Chairman Tony Smith of AAA Cooper Transportation, right. (Image Courtesy of Alabama Trucking Association/Facebook)

The nation’s top truckers have been competing in recent months to see who among them is the best of the best. Now the winners from each of the state competitions are preparing to compete in the national championship.

Winners in nine main categories go on to represent their states at the American Trucking Associations’ National Step Van & Truck Driving Championship, Aug. 15-18, in Columbus, Ohio at the Columbus Convention Center.

The qualifying categories are 3-Axle, 4-Axle, 5-Axle, Flatbed, Step Van, Sleeper, Straight Truck, Tanker, and Twins.

Editor’s note: Only state’s whose championship information Truckers News was able to acquire are listed.

Click on each state to see its winners: 

Alabama

Alaska

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado

Connecticut

Delaware

Florida

Georgia

Idaho

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Minnesota

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

Nevada

New Hampshire

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming