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Grocery stores would run out of food in just 3 days if long-haul truckers stopped working

Practically every store you interact with wouldn't function if truckers were to stop working.
Three percent of truckers said they regularly receive detention pay.

Uber Freight is helping combat a $1.3 billion problem that the trucking industry has ignored for years

Truck drivers lose $1.1 billion to $1.3 billion in pay every year because of detention.
There are 3,000 truck drivers in the class action suit against PAM.

A federal judge in Arkansas just reaffirmed that truck drivers need to be paid for every hour they spend in their trucks while they’re not sleep...

Truckers are usually paid per mile, not per hour. But some class-action suits seek to change that.

Truck drivers may be able to carry concealed handguns across state lines, thanks to bills in the House and Senate

Those with a concealed carry license in their home state aren't always able to carry a concealed weapon when they travel.
Workers prepare orders for customers at the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Tracy, California, November 29, 2015.

Silicon Valley believes driverless trucks and drones will quickly transform how we get things — but truckers and warehouse workers disagree

While Amazon fulfillment centers and other warehouses are full of technology, not all logistics executives and managers are gung-ho about automation.
A new Walmart truck driver takes notes at an onboarding event.

Walmart’s company truck drivers are among the best-treated in the industry — and they’re getting a pay raise next month

Walmart has been aggressively recruiting truckers amid a truck-driver shortage. A pay raise is set to sweeten the deal.
Truck drivers scored a big win in the nation's highest court.

The Supreme Court just handed truck drivers a big win on an issue that has been plaguing the most vulnerable workers

America's 350,000 independent truckers are now able to settle disputes with their employers out of court.
Experts aren't sure if truckers can succeed in this latest strike effort.

Strikes don’t usually succeed without a union — but a group of 15,000 truckers are hoping to prove the opposite

If "Black Smoke Matters" succeeds, it wouldn't be the first time naysayers were proved wrong.