MTS Corporate Driver Of The Month – November 2013

Don Kerby honored as MTS Corporate Driver of the month for November 2013

Martin Transportation Systems wishes to congratulate Don Kerby from our Lansing terminal as the corporate driver of the month for November. Don has been driving with the MTS family since 2008.

For the month of November he averaged:


MTS Requirement


Exceeded Goal By

Fuel Economy  6.5 MPG 7.72 MPG 1.22 MPG
Over RPM %  2% 0.01% 100%
Long Idle %  40% 0.10% 39.90%

When asked about Don, Lansing terminal manager Jeremy Luce stated, “Don does a great job. He’s very prompt we can always be sure to count on him.”

He’s the kind of driver our safety team likes to see. He follows the guidelines and makes sure he gets the job done safe and on time.

Don was selected from a list of Driver of the Month candidates provided by each terminal.   For winning Corporate Driver of the Month, he will receive a certificate, Driver of the Month hat, and a custom inscribed Buck Knife with his name and the MTS logo.  All Corporate Driver of the Month winners are also in the running to be MTS Driver of the Year.

Other finalists who are named Terminal Driver of the Month include:

  • Anthony Barkley – Grand Prairie, TX
  • Anthony Kean – Burton, MI
  • Matthew Bohland – Toledo, OH
  • Bobby Albrecht – Spring Hill, TN
  • Edward Gorman – Byron Center, MI
  • Larry Lemcke – Laredo, YX
  • Kim Masse – Windsor, ON
  • Larry Harris – Bertrand, MO
  • Nicholas Lyons – Indianapolis, IN
  • Paul Rockwell – Port Huron, MI
  • Charles Jenkins Kansas City, KS
  • Adam King – Lima OH
  • James Hough – Belvidere, MI
  • Shaun Kinsey – Marshall, MI

These drivers will receive a Driver of the Month certificate, and will still be eligible in the coming months to win Corporate Driver of the Month, as long as they continue to meet the criteria.   Criteria for Driver of the Month includes fuel mileage, truck operation statistics, no CSA points, no tickets, no accidents, no log issues, no injuries, no customer complaints, no SpeedGauge issues, attitude, truck upkeep, and no at-fault late loads.

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