Saturday's "Truckin' for Bucks" event near Lancaster, Pa., drew 110 drivers from 10 states to compete and an estimated 2,000 spectators.

According to the local paper, participants competed driving an obstacle course, both individually and in teams, for trophies and prizes.
Proceeds went to United Disability Services, formerly known as United Cerebral Palsy of Lancaster.
Over the past decade, the annual event has raised over $400,000 for the organization, according to event officials..
The top individual fund-raiser this year was James Mills of Cressler Trucking Inc. in Shippensburg, Pa., who raised $1,500.26. Mills also got the award for best score on the course.