Friday, February 8, 2019

U-Haul's Alabama SuperGraphics

In October 2017 and May and June 2018 I had the very great privilege to make three long trips in 20-foot U-Haul trucks--one from Colorado Springs to Birmingham, and two from Edmond, Oklahoma, to Jacksonville, Florida. Luckily I was just the passenger along to keep the drivers awake. But I did get to help load and unload!

U-Haul has a program to decorate its large trucks called "SuperGraphics". These images highlight various places in the U.S. states and Canada. Created in 1988, the program includes four Alabama graphics which you can see below. 

Maybe you'll be lucky enough someday to rent a U-Haul and get an Alabama SuperGraphic. Unfortunately, we did not!  

You can read more about the graphics from the artist, Steve King, here

This graphic is the only Alabama one on U-Haul's website that has a description. Featured is the area of Bibb County where 61 rare plant species have been discovered. 

Fort Rucker 
[I presume; no identification on the U-Haul site]

U.S. Space Camp

This truck on one of our trips featured a South Carolina SuperGraphic. 

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