Jami Jones

Managing Editor

Jami has been in journalism since 1991. Focused on the trucking industry since 2000, she’s been covering trucking as long as the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has been around. Nearing on two decades of trucking journalism experience, she’s been around the block on key issues in trucking with a history lesson on why we’re where we are for anyone who will listen. But, no matter whether she’s judging Shell SuperRigs or writing hard-hitting analyses, she directs the editorial content for Land Line Magazine from lug nuts to legislation – always with the trucker in mind.

Got a question or a news tip? Drop her a line.

Jami Jones
technology, complacency, strategy

‘It’s a bold strategy, Cotton’

When you take a hard look different proposals in the pipeline, Managing Editor Jami Jones points out bold strategy doesn’t always pay off.

Road law

Road Law – July 2024

Road Law reminds truck drivers not to say too much when receiving a ticket from a police officer. Professionalism goes a long way.

Trucking & Taxes

Trucking & Taxes – July 2024

Trucking & Taxes explores the topic of retiring as an owner-operator and provides an overview of the options available.