THE POWER OF 3:  We use this as a benchmark philosophy at Road Scholar.  By providing exceptional and memorable experiences for 3 entities: internal associates (including our driver community), customers, and our customer’s customers, we believe we harness a power where we all prosper – together.


BEER ANd LIQUOR TRANSPORT: Why road Scholar Transport is the wise choice for pharmaceutical and controlled substance shipments:

  • 100% asset based carrier.

  • Primarily servicing Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states - See service area map.

  • Dedicated use and teams.

  • All shipment location and temperature tracked and monitored real time via telematics.

  • Never suffered a full cargo loss in company history

  • Food grade vans and refrigerated trailers with aluminum floors available.

  • Complete trip temperature audit trails that can be reviewed for a year

  • 24 x 7 dispatch and oversight.

  • Ability to remotely set temperature.

  • 7 strategic terminal and relay locations reaching 88% of northeast distribution in under 30 minutes. read more.

  • Professional uniformed drivers taking pride in representing your brand upon delivery.

  • Expedited services available.

  • Technology and protocols the exceed FSMA requirements.

  • Geofencing available to notify when shipment arrives.


Beer and Liquor Transportation Resources


We use the Babaco TRUK-LOC V on high security loads.  A lock that CANNOT be shimmed, lost, cut, stolen, or forgotten.

Road Scholar spares little expense on equipment that ensures the safety of your freight, our drivers, and others on the road.  Bendix disc breaking solutions are a prime example

Like something from a Si-Fi film - the future is now with collision avoidance systems that help keep our trucks a safe distance from other vehicles and hazards

Rollover will no doubt damage your freight and can be a tragic event.  Electronic stability controls help protect the fright and prevent the accident

Road Scholar uses track, trace, and temperature monitoring solutions from Orbcomm to keep an electronic eye on freight.