Trucking continues to be a driving force in our nation’s economy and goods movement network. Here are some statistics for 2019:

  • Trucking accounted for 80.4% of the country’s freight bills.
    There are 7.95M people employed in trucking related jobs.
    There are 3.6M professional truck drivers.
    Women make up 6.7% of the industry’s drivers and minorities make up 41.5%.
    The industry is comprised vastly of entrepreneurs with 91.3% of fleets operating six or fewer trucks and 97.4% operating 20 or fewer trucks.

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A big thank you to our hardworking men and women who are driving America forward. As the saying goes…if you bought it, a truck brought it.

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