How important is the role of the trucking business in the US economy?

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Types of trucks and their use

There are mainly two types of trucks straight and articulated. If all the axles are attached to a single frame, it is called a straight truck. And if a truck has two or more frames which are connected by couplings, it is called an articulated truck. A full trailer is designed in a way so that its own weight and its load is upon its wheels. On the other hand, a truck tractor is designed to carry its own weight and a part of a load of the semitrailer. Semitrailer has one or more axles and designed in a way so that a part of its weight and load rest upon a truck.

About half of the revenues collected by government agencies from federal and state highway users in the US are from the trucking industry. There are rules and regulations for length, height, weight, safety standards, speed, etc. Which are almost similar to the rules and regulations for passenger cars. Truck trading [ซื้อขาย รถ บรรทุก, which is the term in Thai] has its own advantages and disadvantages.

How trucks contribute to economic growth?

First of all the trucks contribute to the economy by delivering raw material to manufacturers which is very important. Trucks are used to collect raw materials from farms, mines, quarries, and local suppliers and then transport these materials to factories which need these materials to make products. Then trucks transport these finished products to wholesalers and retailers. Second handed truck trading [ซื้อขาย รถ บรรทุก มือ สอง, which is the term in Thai] is also a good business with lesser risks than normal truck trading. If you want to try your luck in the trucking business or truck trading, you can start with second-hand trucks to avoid a big loss.



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