Banking on Truckers

| November 01, 2001

Instead of providing the compensation and appreciation the average trucker deserves, America banks on the fact that “love of the job” is enough motivation to keep truck seats filled and this country moving forward. It’s been a hard, cold fact for many years.

Like the hot summers of the South, the blowing sand of the Southwest and the rains of the Pacific Northwest, some things stay the same. We don’t always appreciate these realities, but we count on them.

Hopefully, one day more of the public will realize just how much it depends on truckers to make their lives better. That would be one change that most drivers would welcome.

Banking on Truckers

| November 01, 2001

Instead of providing the compensation and appreciation the average trucker deserves, America banks on the fact that “love of the job” is enough motivation to keep truck seats filled and this country moving forward. It’s been a hard, cold fact for many years.

Like the hot summers of the South, the blowing sand of the Southwest and the rains of the Pacific Northwest, some things stay the same. We don’t always appreciate these realities, but we count on them.

Hopefully, one day more of the public will realize just how much it depends on truckers to make their lives better. That would be one change that most drivers would welcome.

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