Discover 10 Astonishing Facts About Truck Drivers

| November 1, 2018

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The statistics show that 80% of all goods in the US are transported by trucks, and those trucks are driven by truck drivers. The Other 20% of goods are transported by plane, boat, rail or pipeline.In other words, you would not have 80% of the items in your home if the truck drivers quit hauling goods. Can you imagine a life without the stuff you use every single day? For sure I can’t!

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