Mack Trucks Sponsoring Share the Road Program

The American Trucking Associations program is a traveling highway safety educational offering.

Mack Trucks announced Sept. 25 that it is again sponsoring the American Trucking Associations' Share the Road highway safety education program and has donated a new 2014 Pinnacle sleeper to be the new Share the Road truck.

"We are thrilled to have Mack Trucks as a sponsor of our Share the Road program since 2001," said ATA President and CEO Bill Graves. "Share the Road is recognized nationwide as a model education program. With the generous donation of this new Mack Pinnacle model, we will be able to reach millions of people with our message of highway safety."

Share the Road drivers, often with million-mile accident-free records, cover topics such as potential blind spots and truck stopping distances.

"Our customers depend on Mack Trucks to get the job done safely," said Stephen Roy, president of Mack Trucks North American Sales and Marketing. "That safety focus must also include the millions of motorists who drive alongside our trucks every day. Through the Share the Road program, we can do our part to help increase highway safety by educating as many motorists as possible about safe driving behaviors."

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