The Peoples Convoy Protesting Covid-19 Mandates Stops in Indiana To Merge With Other Trucks

Convoy is 70 miles long and 10,000 vehicles strong

Updated – Wednesday, March 2, 2022 – 1:00pm

MONROVIA, In. – The Peoples Convoy, consisting of truckers and their supporters, continue their cross-country journey to Washington, D.C. with the stated purpose of “Ending The Declaration Of National Emergency Concerning The Covid-19 Pandemic.”



As of Wednesday Noon, The People’s Convoy is 70 miles long and 10,000 vehicles strong as they merged with 6 other convoys just 20-miles out of Indianapolis, Indiana.


The convoy is currently located at Ted Everett Farm Equipment Auction grounds where they remain all day before heading to Cambridge, Ohio on Thursday. The indoor venue at Ted Everett will seat over 2,000 people.


At Noon on Wednesday, reporter Leigh Dundas provided a live 20-minute video update from Ted Everett Farm Equipment on the Charlie Ward Insider’s Club webinar ( National media in the U.S. has refused to provide any reporting or recognition of the convoy headed to D.C. Similarly, they did not report on the Canadian truck convoy in early February.



Day 10: Friday, March 4

Morning – Depart Cambridge, OH AREA 

Evening – Arrive in Hagerstown, MD AREA for overnight stay

Day 11: Saturday, March 5

Morning – Depart Hagerstown, MD AREA 

Evening – Arrive in the DC Beltway AREA


A map of the route is posted on their website – Origin of the convoy followed a similar event in Canada in early February protesting the policies of the Canadian government. As of Monday night, the organizers had raised over $ 1,532,000 to support their efforts.