With the introduction of more automated and robotic vehicles, trucks are expected to get a big boost.
The industry is also going through a big transition.
The U.S. has had a steady decline in the number of truck stops since the 1990s.
“As our economy recovers and the economy continues to expand, we’re going to see more trucks out there, especially in urban areas,” said Doug Smith, a truck stop owner in suburban Chicago.
For Smith, the arrival of a new generation of trucks could change the way he sells goods and services.
Smith said he could make a living by offering his customers delivery services to their home or business.
He’s already seen the change.
With the launch of Tesla and Amazon Prime, he said he’s seen a surge in customers wanting to offer delivery services.
He’s also seeing customers who want to help with maintenance.
Trucks are one of the biggest contributors to the U.K. economy.
The industry employs about a million people, according to government figures.
But they’re increasingly moving overseas.
A recent report by the National Association of Trucking Associations found that the number and types of vehicles being imported from China had jumped more than 150 percent since 2013.
More than 80 percent of the trucks imported from the U