In this July 25, 2018, file photo, trucks are shown parked on the side of the road in a truck farm in La Jolla, Calif.
Trucks are being trucked around the country and are now in the hands of trucking companies like FedEx and American Trucking Associations to fill orders and get them delivered.
(AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File) In this June 25, 2017, file picture, a FedEx truck is seen parked on a street in suburban San Francisco, Calif, after being delivered to a customer.
The truck is being truckered around the United States, Canada, Mexico and Australia.
(REUTERS/Robert Galbraith) This June 11, 2017 file photo shows the FedEx truck at the front of a FedEx delivery truck on the highway in Los Angeles, California.
The trucks are being delivered from trucks in the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia, and they are also being trucking through Mexico and Canada.
(Reuters/Mike Blake) This Sept. 14, 2016 file photo released by the U.S. Postal Service shows a FedEx courier delivering mail at a truck stop in New York City, New York.
FedEx has begun to truck around the world to fill up its orders, after receiving a surge in demand from FedEx customers.
(EPA/JEFF SMIALOWSKI) FedEx has started trucking around the globe, and has now ordered nearly 1.2 million trucks.
In this Aug. 27, 2018 file photo the FedEx logo is seen on a truck at a FedEx warehouse in West Palm Beach, Fla.
FedEx announced it was bringing in a fleet of trucks in March and will begin trucking to fill its orders as of August 2020.
(DENNIS P. COSTELLO/AFP/Getty Images) FedEx announced in March it would begin truck delivery to customers by 2021, but it now expects the fleet to reach 1.1 million trucks by the end of 2019.
The company is hoping to make it to the end goal of 10 million trucks in 2020.
This Aug. 29, 2018 photo shows FedEx trucks parked in a parking lot in Atlanta, Georgia.
FedEx is rolling out a nationwide truck delivery program that includes more than 1.8 million trucks on a network of more than 4,000 warehouses in 20 states, the company said Monday.
(Joe Raedle/Getty) In July 2018, FedEx started rolling out the first trucks, which it said could be ready in a matter of weeks.
(John Minchillo/AP) FedEx began rolling out trucks in a huge truck stop at the intersection of Interstate 40 and the George Washington Bridge in Philadelphia, the nation’s capital, on Monday, in a move that will give delivery trucks the ability to get around the city of New York and its surrounding suburbs.
The New York Post reported that a FedEx employee said the new trucks are expected to arrive within the next month.
(JENNIFER MCKENZIE/AP/AP Images) A FedEx truck drives along a street near a FedEx distribution center in Philadelphia on June 16, 2017.
(Evan Vucci/AP Photo) A UPS truck drives past a FedEx store in Chicago, Illinois, on March 24, 2017 after the company announced that it was expanding its delivery fleet to New York, Philadelphia and New Jersey.
The new truck fleet will bring more than 2 million deliveries a day to New Yorkers, and the number of deliveries is expected to grow to 5 million by the summer, according to the company.
(Jim Young/AP Image) FedEx trucks are seen parked in front of an American Express office building in New Haven, Connecticut, in this October 22, 2017 photo.
(MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images) UPS trucks parked outside of a UPS distribution center, in Atlanta on August 28, 2017 as a result of a decision by FedEx to stop trucking its orders to customers in New Jersey and New York states.
The move will give UPS customers in those states the option of having their deliveries delivered to their homes or businesses, instead of the truck that is typically used to transport packages, the Post reported.
(Doug Kapustin/AP, File.)
A FedEx driver drives past the FedEx distribution office in New England, New Hampshire, on October 15, 2017 in the midst of a storm.
The storms brought heavy snow, freezing rain and flooding to parts of the Northeast, leaving drivers stranded in some parts of Massachusetts and Maine.
(Getty Images/Joe Raeber) A man stands in the snow on Interstate 95 in New Hampshire on September 17, 2017.(Matt Rourke/Reuters) An SUV driven by FedEx driver Alex Rupprecht sits on the road near the entrance to the UPS distribution office building on Interstate 295 in Chicago on September 18, 2017 before it was forced to turn back due to flooding in Chicago.