Best Truck Driver Quotes On Success In Life

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A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging truck driver quotes, truck driver sayings, and truck driver proverbs.

Famous Truck Driver Quotes

  1. “I’m an actor… I do a job and I go home. Why are you interested in me? You don’t ask a truck driver about his job.” ~ James Gandolfini
  2. “Was I always going to be here? No I was not. I was going to be homeless at one time, a taxi driver, truck driver, or any kind of job that would get me a crust of bread. You never know what’s going to happen.” ~ Morgan Freeman
  3. “I’d like to be a truck driver. I think you could run your life that way. It wouldn’t be such a bad way of doing it. It would offer a chance to be alone.” ~ Anne, Queen of Great Britain
  4. “A truck driver was driving along on the freeway. A sign comes up that reads, Low Bridge Ahead. Before he knows it, the bridge is right ahead of him and he gets stuck under the bridge. Cars are backed up for miles. Finally, a police car comes up. The cop gets out of his car and walks to the truck driver, puts his hands on his hips, and says, Got stuck, huh? The truck driver says, No, I was delivering this bridge and ran out of gas.” ~ Bill Engvall
  5. “There is more credit and satisfaction in being a first-rate truck driver than a tenth-rate executive.” ~ B. C. Forbes

  6. “When I was a kid, my stepdad started this business and would go out and get lost cows and stuff. He was a part-time truck driver, farmer, and cowboy. He taught me how to ride from an early age.” ~ Tim McGraw
  7. “I’m very proud of being Italian-American, but people don’t realize that the mafia is just this aberration. The real community is built on the working man, the guy who’s the cop, the fireman, the truck driver, the bus driver.” ~ Chazz Palminteri
  8. “We hear much of special interest groups. Well, our concern must be for a special interest group that has been too long neglected. It knows no sectional boundaries or ethnic and racial divisions, and it crosses political party lines. It is made up of men and women who raise our food, patrol our streets, man our mines and factories, teach our children, keep our homes, and heal us when we’re sick – professionals, industrialists, shopkeepers, clerks, cabbies, and truck drivers. They are, in short, “We the people,” this breed called Americans.” ~ Ronald Reagan
  9. “I think too many politicians are not listening to the men and women they represent, and if we’re going to change the path America is on, we have got to be fighting for policies not that benefit the giant corporations and the banks and the special interests and the lobbyists, which is what Washington focuses on every day, but instead every policy needs to focus on the working men and women, the truck drivers and the steelworkers, and the young people.” ~ Ted Cruz
  10. “I wanted to be a truck driver. I love driving long distances!!!” ~ Karen Mason

  11. “I love the smell of Waffle House; it’s the smell of freedom, being on the open road and knowing that ninety percent of the people eating around you are also on that road. Truck driver’s, road-trippers, hangovers–those who don’t live that monotonous life of society slavery.” ~ J.A. Redmerski
  12. “Writing is the hardest work in the world. I have been a bricklayer and a truck driver, and I tell you – as if you haven’t been told a million times already – that writing is harder. Lonelier. And nobler and more enriching.” ~ Harlan Ellison
  13. “I just always wanted to be a baseball announcer. I’m a huge Mets fan, and I wanted to be the next Bob Murphy. As far as careers go, that was the first career that I really thought about. Well, before that, I wanted to be a Mello Yello truck driver.” ~ Logan Marshall-Green
  14. “My father was a truck driver. That’s where it all started, and academically I was a disaster at school. My cousin got his name on the honor board; I, at Melbourne High School, I carved mine on the desk.” ~ Lindsay Fox
  15. “Most guys at Berklee are going to wind up truck drivers.” ~ Pat Metheny

  16. “Rather than seek to be squired and dated by their rivals why should it not be possible for women to find relaxation and pleasure in the company of their ‘inferiors’? They would need to shed their desperate need to admire a man and accept the gentler role of loving him. A learned woman cannot castrate a truck driver like she can her intellectual rival, because he has no exaggerated respect for her bookish capacities. The alternative to conventional education is not stupidity, and many a clever girl needs the corrective of a humbler soul’s genuine wisdom.” ~ Germaine Greer
  17. “What has been the most rewarding moment in your decades of entrepreneurship? Our last annual managers meeting. I gave my motivational talk and then I asked, How many people here started as a forklift operator, a warehouse person, a roof loader, or a truck driver? We had 600 people and almost half of them stood up.” ~ Ken Hendricks
  18. “You see, I used to do a certain amount of market research by going to the local drugstore and seeing what the truck drivers would put up. Now it’s all just copies from the latest best-seller list and damn little of anything else.” ~ Jerry Pournelle
  19. “(knitting while on a motorcycle) “For several years she knitted in secret (my father would not approve; she was to concentrate on motorcycling and LEAN into the curves, etc), and used a small circular needle (socks and mittens) in order to keep the knitting in her pocket until they were underway; then she leaned back slightly so Gaffer couldn’t feel the movement of her hands. On the interstate one day, they were slowly passing a semi and my father happened to see the truck driver laugh and point out my mother’s knitting to his passenger. Whoops-” ~ Elizabeth Zimmermann
  20. “I arrived in Hollywood twenty pounds overweight and as strong as an ox. But if I put on a white tails and tux like Fred Astaire, I still looked like a truck driver.” ~ Gene Kelly

  21. “Reading is human contact, and the range of our human contacts is what makes us what we are. Just imagine you live the life of a long-distance truck driver. The books that you read are like the travelers you take into your cab. If you give lifts to people who are cultured and profound, you’ll learn a lot from them. If you pick up fools, you’ll turn into a fool yourself.” ~ Victor Pelevin
  22. “My father was an urchin that lived in Hell’s Kitchen. He was part of a family of nine. I mean, there were times that were better and worse, but mostly, by the time we got to L.A., they’d lost whatever they had. And it was a sad time. And both he and I became truck drivers for different companies.” ~ Frank Gehry
  23. “I guess Titanic because it made the most money. No, I`m kidding. I don`t really have a favorite. Maybe Terminator because that was the film that was the first one back when I was essentially a truck driver.” ~ James Cameron
  24. “The billionaires pay an effective tax rate lower than nurses or truck drivers. That makes no sense at all. There has to be real tax reform, and the wealthiest and large corporations will pay.” ~ Bernie Sanders
  25. “My dad was a cross-country truck driver.” ~ John Searles

  26. “Even if we profess to be non-judgmental, there’s an inherent judgmentality and hierarchy in which the spiritual person, the conscious person, the mindful person, is more developed than the typical truck driver or waitress or heroin addict. This is a red flag, another problem built into the concept of spirituality. The truth is that every person you meet is in some way more developed than you are, and that the multiple modes of development that a human being can pursue require the whole of humanity to pursue. We’re in this together. Enlightenment is a collective effort.” ~ Charles Eisenstein
  27. “In any other job, they’re truck drivers. In show-biz, they’re Transportation Captains.” ~ Drew Carey
  28. “Katherine Heigl, she was exactly the opposite of what I thought she’d be like. She smokes cigarettes, or she did then, and she’s got a truck-driver’s mouth, and she’s really funny.” ~ Diane Keaton
  29. “To try and imagine that I’m another person is always going to be hard – whether I’m writing about a truck driver or someone who is gay, who’s trans, who is of a different ethnicity or creed. But it would be boring if I always had to write about myself and my limited viewpoint.” ~ Brian K. Vaughan
  30. “I’m driving my old car until I’m on a first name basis with the low tow truck drivers!” ~ Michelle Singletary

  31. “Three Days of the Condor is still an interesting film to watch not because it’s political. It happens to be political. But that’s not why the sales of the DVDs are as high as they are. It’s because it’s an entertaining thriller. In my opinion, Tootsie is a very political movie but truck drivers can go and laugh at it.” ~ Sydney Pollack
  32. “If your gig is not in an office for eight hours a day, its going to be somewhere. If you’re a truck driver, you get on a road. If you’re a musician, you go to where the people are going to show up and you take the gig. I enjoy it, so I don’t and I’m not complaining. Its just the traveling can get to be a bit much.” ~ Joel Plaskett
  33. “If someone from Germany or somewhere, who had no idea what baseball was, saw Kruk play, he’d wonder what the beer truck driver was doing playing first base.” ~ Andy Van Slyke
  34. “In the ’50s, listening to Elvis and others on the radio in Bombay – it didn’t feel alien. Noises made by a truck driver from Tupelo, Mississippi, seemed relevant to a middle-class kid growing up on the other side of the world. That has always fascinated me.” ~ Salman Rushdie
  35. “Listen, if you’re a hardworking steelworker or truck driver, that drives down your wages. That takes away your jobs.” ~ Ted Cruz

  36. “His saliva tasted like the wet dicks of ten thousand lonely truck drivers.” ~ Chuck Palahniuk
  37. “As a dancer I couldn’t outdance Ginger Rogers or Eleanor Powell. As a singer I’m no rival to Doris Day. As an actress I don’t take myself seriously…I’m the girl the truck drivers love.” ~ Betty Grable
  38. “David Bowie, for me, was the butchest guy in town. Jagger was like a truck driver.” ~ Hedi Slimane
  39. “I grew up in a household that was a labor household. My dad was a Teamster and a milk truck driver. My mother was a secretary. Neither of them got through high school. But they worked hard and they gave me very, very important opportunities to go to school, get a good education.” ~ Dick Gephardt
  40. “You never know what’s going to happen with television these days.” ~ Patrick Warburton

  41. “I sometimes think it ironic for an ex-seaman, longshoreman, truck driver, policeman, bus driver, etc… to find success writing children’s novels.” ~ Brian Jacques
  42. “When you are live you never know what is going to happen.” ~ Michael Schenker
  43. “From 1965 to 1974, I served the best possible apprenticeship for an actor. I learned firsthand how a truck driver lives, what a bartender does, how a salesman thinks. I had to make a life inside those jobs, not just pretend.” ~ Brian Dennehy
  44. “Playing in an independent rock band will eventually make you equal parts truck driver, gladiator and mule. Glamour is for those with trust funds.” ~ Neko Case
  45. “With me, you never know what is going to happen” ~ Goran Ivanisevic

  46. “[I]t’s an honor to be a food stamp president. Food stamps feed the hungry. Food stamps save the children. Food stamps help the farmer. Food stamps help the truck driver. Food stamps help the warehouse. Food stamps help the store. Food stamps hire people and feed people. Food stamps save people from starvation and malnutrition. … Give President Barack Obama a big hand. Show your love. Show your appreciation.” ~ Jesse Jackson , Truck driver quotes appreciation
  47. “I love all insider memoirs. It doesn’t matter whether it’s truck drivers or doctors. I think everybody likes to go backstage, find out what people think and what they talk about and what specialized job they have.” ~ David Mamet

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