Josh Rash of Omaha, NE shared an experience he had just before Christmas. “A car pulled out in front of me from a gas station on my right in Belfield, ND. It was blizzard conditions, with a temp of -60 degrees, with the wind chill factored in. I did my best to stay upright, loaded with cattle and grossing 98,000 pounds, but ended up nosed into a ditch. Thankfully, I was able to be pulled straight back out with no damage and all the cattle were in good shape. After 22 years on the road, this was my first time in a ditch.” This is so typical for an American Bullhauler, to put other drivers first, and make sure the cattle in their trailer are not hurt… and the true Spirit of the American Trucker.