Long-haul’s driver shortage leaves sector on knife’s edge

Fleets face stiff competition for drivers while also struggling to keep already employed truckers on their books. By Jack Hunsley

Driving any commercial vehicle can be an arduous task, but long-haul truck drivers have a more difficult job than most. While smaller vans and trucks are being electrified, offering drivers more comfortable rides, instant torque and usually the very latest infotainment tech, long-haul drivers will be waiting much longer to access many of these benefits given this segment’s differing powertrain requirements.

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