CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Horns blaring, dozens of West Virginia truckers fed up with high fuel costs converged on the state Capitol in protest Friday. They drove off three hours later, still frustrated but with assurances of support from the governor.

More than 60 rigs rumbled off Interstate 64/77 and pulled up to the seat of state government to demand relief. Trailerless tractors, coal trucks, lumber haulers and tow trucks were among the vehicles that rolled in, single file.