How We Transported the “Truck Night in America” Show

Truck Night In America

When we received the call from the History Channel’s show creators, we learned that they had been referred to us by the Discovery Channel’s Sticker Shock producers. had previously shipped 200 vintage cars successfully to and from the Sticker Shock set in Los Angeles, CA. This contract gave us the chance to supply the History Channel with vehicles for the show Truck Night in America, a knuckle-busting, teeth grinding truck versus terrain competition.

The History channel required the shipping of the competitor’s customized trucks that had been selected through a national casting to the Sunnyside ATV Paradise in Jefferson County, Augusta, Georgia. was charged with the responsibility of delivering 50 trucks using enclosed trailer transportation from all corners of the country. We, therefore, put to work our logistics and coordinated dispatch, which started with calculating all the angles of this massive transport. The competitor that gets the farthest through the mountains of crushed cars and jumps overs the snake-infested swamps wins $ 10,000 prize money and the coveted title of ‘Night Truck Champion’ with the bragging rights that come with it. The show has a vehicle enthusiast fan base that caters to the racing and truck customization professional or amateur hobbyists.