Love’s Expands Offerings to Professional Drivers

The company acquired TVC Pro-Driver, a CDL protection subscription service.

October 05, 2023

Love’s Travel Stops announced that it has acquired TVC Pro-Driver, a motor club and commercial driver’s license (CDL) protection subscription service. TVC Pro-Driver has over 35 years of experience assisting individual drivers and fleets in reducing or dismissing fines, preventing downtime for court and protecting compliance, safety and accountability (CSA) scores.

According to the press release, the deal aligns with Love’s mission to continue to add business lines that provide a menu of services and amenities to support one of its core customers—professional truck drivers.

"TVC Pro-Driver’s portfolio of offerings ties directly to our strategic vision of growing services for the customer base Love’s serves,” said Shane Wharton, president of Love’s. “As we continue with our most active year of acquisitions to date, we are excited to welcome the TVC Pro-Driver team and learn from their experience, particularly in CDL protection, a new area for us.”

The TVC Pro-Driver team will continue to focus on customer service and growth as they serve professional drivers and fleets. The company offers services such as access to a nationwide network of provider attorneys and discounts on safety solutions, healthcare and more.

“The entire TVC Pro-Driver organization is excited to join the Love’s family of companies, and we look forward to the positive impact we believe this will bring for our employees and customers,” said Jon Russell, CEO of TVC Pro-Driver. “Our offering is a complement to the Love’s brand, as both offer critical services and support for professional drivers. As a family-owned and privately held company, Love’s shares many of the same core values as TVC Pro-Driver—innovation, perseverance and a dedication to providing comprehensive solutions for our nation’s professional drivers.”

Love’s was recently recognized as the number one employer for employee well-being. Job search site Indeed released its first Better Work Awards, honoring the top 20 companies in the country for “prioritizing work well-being and building towards a future of better work.”