C R England driver wins a Harley

Salt Lake City UT, US: C R England driver Richard Robinson has won a Harley-Davidson Sportster Seventy-Two motorcycle for showing improvement in miles per gallon average and average idle percentage for third quarter 2012.

Richard Robinson and his son Robbie and the Harley-Davidson

Robinson is a company driver in the Regional Division and has been driving with the the company since July 2007. During the third quarter, he achieved an average of 7.95 mpg and an idle of 0.9%. Robinson said his fuel success comes from never idling: “If the wheels aren’t rolling, the engine is off.” he said.

The third quarter promotion, which ran from July 1 to September 30, 2012, required drivers to hve availability at 75% or higher, an average mpg of 7.4, an idle of less than 15%, and no chargeable late loads.

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