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Trucking by the Numbers: General industry

Aug. 28, 2019
In this section of Trucking by the Numbers, we focus on general industry.

Editor's note: This is the second of a five-part series of Fleet Owner's annual Trucking by the Numbers report. Read the first part here

In this section of Trucking by the Numbers, we focus on general industry. With this information, fleets can understand details on the industry, such as which states have the most trucks, how transportation funding is spent on federal state and local levels, and seeing the changes in average marginal costs over a decade. They include fuel, repairs, wages, and more. Dig in!

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Kevin Jones, Editorial Director, Commercial Vehicle Group

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