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With 20+ years in the transportation industry and a decade of playing with cool cameras and editing software, Texomatic Pictures is uniquely positioned to deliver high quality video content for trucking. We also serve our local area with basic video services such as commercials, music videos, local business website promo videos and the like. Our mission is to provide value to our clients in everything we do from initial communication through final delivery.
Life a Trucker series by Tex Crowley of Texomatic Pictures. Tex spotlights individual drivers in this captivating series. The Videography combined with these Truck Drivers stories make for a compelling insider look at a Trucker's life. Check back weekly for a new Texomatic videos.
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“I am Justin Heinson. My company is Tumbleweed Express from Whitefish, Montana. I started driving when I was eighteen. I got my CDL on milk locally around Utah and as soon as I turned twenty-one I went to pulling dry van all around the country. I drive a 2001 Kenworth w900 signature 600 Cummins ISX eighteen speed. I pull mainly flat bed and in the past I had done dry van, tanker, and mostly pulling the bull rack. Right now I am leased to a carrier called Smoot Brothers Trucking out at Brigham City, Utah. I lease my truck and trailer on there. They’ve been treating me great so far and in the future I plan on leasing any future trucks on there as well”
“The scariest thing that I’ve had to deal with personally is when I was driving up through Oregon on a little two lane highway and I had a guy who tried to commit suicide in front of my truck. Luckily I had just enough room to swerve into the left lane since no traffic was coming. I just barely missed him. I stepped out and I still remember the look on his face.”
“The worst thing about this job is the time away from home. It didn’t really bug me when I was a new driver because at that point I was single and didn’t have any obligations. It was just a great adventure, but now I’ve got a fiancé and a kid at home and my priorities have changed quite a bit in the past few years. I’ve been working more on folks in my business and finding more freight that will get me towards home quite a bit.”
“For me driving has always been a very therapeutic kind of thing. I get that zen moment, or whatever you want to call it. Just being out in the middle of nowhere sometimes when you’re out on a nice open road with no other traffic with maybe even a nice sunset in the background is one of the few places I can go to get that truly peaceful feeling.”