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What Would Our World Be Like Without Truck Drivers?

Updated: Feb 15, 2023

We'd all be sitting here naked and hungry!

National Truck Driver Appreciation Week 2022 is from September 11th-17th. Truck drivers will be celebrated for the commitments and sacrifices they continuously make to keep our country moving forward.

Much of the general public doesn't realize how important truck drivers are in their lives. When we don’t see the processes that our daily necessities and luxuries go through, we can take them for granted. When we go to the grocery store we might see someone stocking a shelf, but we don’t see the truck driver who delivered those supplies. If truck drivers stopped working, the impact on our daily lives and our economy would be truly disastrous.

Here are some examples of what the world would look like if it weren't for truck drivers:

Imagine the first 24 hours without truck drivers

  • Hospitals would begin running low of basic medical supplies

  • Long lines would begin to form for fuel

  • Mail and package delivery services would stop

Within two to three days

  • Grocery stores and restaurants would run out of fresh food

  • Banks and ATMs would run out of cash

  • Service stations would run out of fuel

  • Cities and suburbs would begin to gather piles of uncollected garbage

Within one week

  • Lack of fuel would cause motor transportation to cease

  • Lack of fuel would also mean that police, fire, and other rescue vehicles would be unable to provide assistance

  • Hospitals would begin running low on oxygen supplies

And finally, within one month

  • Clean water supply would be gone

  • And almost all manufacturers would have to shut down due to lack of components, leaving thousands out of work...

This information should help us realize just how important truck drivers truly are. It's important to keep in mind that a truck doesn't deliver anything. It's the truck driver that delivers the much needed inventories and supplies that keeps the world turning. Truck drivers should not just be appreciated this week, but every week, for all of the hard work they do.

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We give our service with the understanding that the world needs us. I thank you for your Service to all Truck Drivers

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