Our Awareness Fleet consists of over 40 trucks and trailers designed as "rolling billboards" in support of dozens of charities. From Autism Awareness to Alex's Lemonade Stand, we care about the message on the outside of truck as much as the freight within.
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On the heels of the leaked contents of President Trump's infrastructure plan and the increase of his funding goals as mentioned in his State of the Union address, the full reveal of the details has raised the ire of trucking and highway control groups alike. While there are several areas of contention, by far the largest one is centered on how the plan will be funded. As of this writing, President Trump noted that the federal government plans to invest just $200 billion total across all aspects of the plan -- not just those earmarked for highways. It is the president's contention that this infusion of funds will be enough to prompt another $1.3 trillion of spending at the state and local level with the goal of improving the country's entire infrastructure system.
Nearly 70 percent of the freight shipped throughout the United States travels by truck at some point in its journey. Understanding how the trucking industry is performing and where it is forecast to go can make a big difference for trucking companies and those who use them for their shipping needs. Planning is vital for the industry's continued success and it is also valuable to be able to anticipate changes and challenges so strategies to address and combat them can be developed. In order to better understand the trucking industry forecast and expectations for 2018, information and opinions from experts have been consolidated here. That provides a breakdown of what to expect in the coming months and throughout the next year.