The Trucker's Code poster is here!

Get your copy now of this 16"X20" poster,
formatted into beautiful simulated cross-stitch. 
Ten years in the making, it's a noble gift for any man.

(Frame not included.)

Click here to purchase. 

The Trucker's Code is featured in Jay (O.J.) Bryson's trucker novel The Box, which tells the story of Pip Street, a trucker, who leads a three-mile-long convoy of fellow truckers in a race across Texas, trying to rescue a kidnapped child.  "The Code" is more a philosophy than a creed.  It embodies what every trucker wants to live up to, seldom does, but wishes he did. 

Here are some sample quotes from THE TRUCKER'S CODE

--Be it known to all people everywhere: The Trucker’s Code is dedicated to the families of the men and women of the road who steer the steel steeds.

--Be thankful for your truck, your job, your family, and the earth. Don’t abuse any of these. Love your mate. Play with your children. Pray a little. Play a little. Love a lot.

--The Tire Tool: Judge and jury. Better to be judged by twelve than carried by six.    

--Work: Never saw a horse that couldn’t be rode. Never saw a rider that couldn’t be throw’d.

--Be proud, truckers. Hold your heads high. You are the fabric that holds America together, and you are a child’s best friend.

--It is the trucker who delivers the farmer’s crops to the grocer so children don’t go hungry.

--It is the trucker who carries the fuel that keeps them warm.

--It is the trucker who hauls the lumber to the carpenter to build the homes that keep them safe and secure.

--And it is the trucker’s sacrifice of loneliness, by enduring empty nights and lonely miles, that ties America together, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific.




The Trucker’s Code™ is:

  • featured in Truckers News (NATSO),
  • featured in Jay (O.J.) Bryson’s thriller The Box,
  • on display in The International Tow Truck Museum,
  • praised by the Small Business Development Center of Chattanooga, and
  • a way to honor your drivers and their families on any occasion. 
To request information about The Trucker's Code poster, click here (or send an email to thetruckerscode@gmail.com).

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