Trucker shortage worries industry experts about future of transport

Tractor-trailers haul everything from food to feed families to cars soon-to-be on the road, but there’s a chronic shortage of truck drivers which is slowing deliveries of goods needed by Americans across the country. The American Transportation Associations said the country could be short 160,000 drivers by 2028, so places are looking to recruit. Retired truck driver Al Klasi of Clearwater said there are several challenges that need to be fixed first to attract and keep more drivers.

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