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A day in the life of a NYC Coca-Cola delivery truck driver, who gets to work at 4 a.m. and spends his morning pushing 175-pound carts full of bottles ...
Coca-Cola truck drivers help power one of the world's most famous beverage brands. Here's what a day in the life of Coca-Cola truck driver is like.
The federal government is set to overhaul the rules behind a hated law that truck drivers said slashed their pay and left them ‘more reckless th...
It would be a relief for America's 1.8 million truck drivers and save the US some $274 million, the Federal Motor Carrier Saftey Administration said.
Truckers can’t pay off their fuel cards — and it’s a ‘sure sign’ that more trucking bankruptcies are coming
Pilot Flying J told Business Insider that there's been some "weakness" in the credit market of their fuel card business.
A trucking company’s net income plunged from $2.5 million to $1,000 — and it’s yet another chilling sign of the trucking ‘bloo...
While there are some signs of an impending turnaround, one large trucking company just announced a shocking plunge in profits.
Thousands of truck drivers have lost their jobs this year in the trucking ‘bloodbath.’ Here’s what’s behind the slowdown in th...
Many of the trucking industry's struggles of late can be traced back to the highly cyclical nature of the business.
‘I don’t know how long I can stay in business’: Truckers’ fears have soared to recession-level highs
While the economy has mostly posted numbers that indicate health, truckers like Christopher Powell have seen their pay hit the skids.
Truck drivers wait an average of 2.5 hours at warehouses without getting paid — here are the 20 cities where truckers wait the longest
Truckers lose $1.3 billion annually waiting at warehouses for loads. In El Paso, Texas, they wait nearly five hours on average.
Truckers say Amazon’s new logistics empire is being underpinned by low, ‘ridiculous’ rates — and some are refusing to work wit...
"I love Amazon," one trucking company executive said. "I get all of my stuff off of Amazon, but I don't want to do business with them."
The massive US trucking industry accounts for more than 5% of all the full-time jobs in America.
A group of 26,000 truckers wants to strike against the biggest issues plaguing America’s trucking industry by shutting down the nation’s h...
A truck-driver strike could be powerful in overhauling a slew of issues afflicting truckers. But not everyone wants to close the nation's highways.