Lone Mountain Logistics. 912 Fairgrounds Rd #53 Farmington NM 87401
picture of a stinger outside of a Las Vegas casino at sunset
a loaded car hauler in a stormy desert landscape.
a loaded 9 car hauler driving through the mountains

Our journey started in 2011 when our founder decided the best path for him, and his family, was to go off on his own, through a lease purchase plan at the company he was driving for. Since that time through a lot of trial and error, and some education by industry experts, and the school of hard knocks,  we have been going strong, and are not looking back.

a beautiful car hauler after a fresh wash

This company believes the safety of our drivers, contractors, the public, and the operation is paramount; and every attempt must be made to reduce the possibility of accidents. Fleet safety shall take precedence over expediency or shortcuts at ALL times. Our company WILL comply with all applicable safety laws and regulations.

Michael Culler Ceo

an empty car hauler being bought at the dealership

Lone Mountain Logistics is committed to ensuring customers’ needs for quality Car shipping, Dispatching, and Transport are understood and met, on time, and safely, without damage to Customers vehicles, or accidents affecting the motoring public. It is Always our most sought after goal to deliver on our promises with anything less than 100 percent success being deemed a 100 percent failure.

a beautiful car hauler offloading a jeep at a dealership, just one of many car hauling services we offer

This company believes it is the responsibility of every driver and contractor to maintain the safest conditions and equipment at all times. Each Driver and contractor will be expected to demonstrate an attitude which reflects this policy and promises safe work habits.

a picture of Michael Culler, president and ceo of Lone Mountain Logistics
Michael has been around the transportation all of his life. Born a second generation Oilfield Truck Driver, he spent his Childhood cleaning Trucks and freeing them from the oilfield mud that would often accompany them back to the yard. This Could technically be seen as his first job, but if he is being honest Michael did it to be around his father, and the Guys at the shop, and as far away from his little sister as possible. Michael took his first ride in a big truck at 10 years old after his soccer team won a big game, and began driving himself 13 years later at the age of 23 when his oldest son was about to be born. Michael has spent a lot of time driving in the New Mexico Oilfields following in his fathers footsteps and even worked at the same company with his dad for a year. When the Oilfield started to dry up, Michael went over the road, becoming an owner operator with a lease purchase plan that didn't work, but taught him a lot. he tried again later with a partner, and while that venture was more successful than the first it too was doomed to not work as Michael and his partner would eventually split up. Michael spent the next couple of years driving, and learning from mentors, and has finally implemented a plan that has produced results.

Michael Culler

a picture of A.J. Culler vice president/ coo
A.J. Culler is a 3rd generation transportation worker. The son of Michael, he has also grown up around trucking, and at the tender age of 3 got his first ride with his father in a big truck. 8 years later he started going on the road with his father full time during the summers, and has more miles traveled in one summer than a lot of people do in their lifetime. It wasn't all fun and travel for A.J. though. he also served numerous positions for his father while on the road, including GPS programmer, map holder, page turner, alarm clock, part time chef, phone dialer, among others. A.J. and Michael have always been very close, and it was only natural that Michael include A.J. in the family Business.

A.J. Culler

Vice President