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We all rely heavily on the trucking and logistics industries. You'll struggle to identify anything in your house that hasn't been impacted by the industry if you take a look around. In order to better grasp how much transportation and logistics impact our daily lives, we'll talk about some intriguing facts about them in this post.

Why Logistics and Trucking

Given the availability of trains and airplanes, you might be wondering why trucking is a lucrative industry. Although flying is faster and using the railroads is more affordable, trucking is the middle ground. It is the most dependable, secure, and cost-effective means of transportation. Logistics transportation is therefore more frequently used than other types.

Interesting facts

• For hauling freight, a driver will typically bill $0.6 per mile.

• The North American logistics market is worth 1.4 trillion euros.

• The overall operating income generated by the U.S. transportation sector surpasses $385 billion.

Through its drivers and employees, the logistics business contributes more than $30 billion to the economy.

The typical small-business driver logs 2083 days behind the wheel in their lifetime. The equivalent in years is roughly five.

• Over the previous 20 years, the transportation industry has successfully controlled 95% of emissions.

• The sector continues to struggle with a driver shortage.

The trucking business is without a doubt one that Americans take for granted. Nearly 70% of the freight volume in the United States is transported by the nation's 3.5 million truck drivers. Without this vital sector, we would experience a food crisis within 72 hours, a reduction in gas station gasoline within 48 hours, a shutdown in manufacturing within hours, and a near-immediate dry-up of ATMs. America would come to an end without the trucking industry, which is essential to our economy.

Still hungry for more facts? Let's keep going:

*. Car engines are anticipated to last just 200,000 miles, whereas over-the-road truck engines are meant to travel more than one million miles before being retired.

* The typical big rig can hold 80,000 pounds of cargo at once. That is 40 tons of merchandise.

* Nearly 13% of the nation's total fuel consumption, or 50 billion gallons, is used by the trucking industry annually.