Alex Morgan

TWENTY-year-old Alex Morgan is a trainee driver who wants to become an owner/driver.

Alex was at the BP Cluden in North Queensland on August 31 when Big Rigs saw him near his father's Kenworth 401.

The family company is Jaspad based on the Sunshine Coast.

"I am learning to drive and we carried general from Brisbane to Townsville and we are off to Innisfail to pick up bananas for the south," he said.

An avid Brisbane Broncos supporter in the NRL, he likes the BP Cluden because of its facilities.

"I used to play cricket and football but now I am concentrating on my wish to be a truck driver," he said.

Alex is a big supporter of Trans Help Foundation and would urge everyone to kick in and donate a couple of bucks when they can.

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