Exercise is a big reason.
“It’s a lot of things,” said Cynthia Caldwell, who drives with her husband Tyson and their 10-pound Miniature Pinscher, who she affectionately calls “Min Pig” instead of a “Min Pin” because of the dog’s voracious appetite. For starters, the dog forces them to get out of the truck more often.
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Operational Cost of Trucking Up 7.7%, ATRI Report Says
The costs associated with trucking have increased, according to the American Transportation Research Institute.
Its report, “An Analysis of the Operational Costs of Trucking,” shows fuel and driver compensation accounted for carriers’ biggest expenses while permits and licenses accounted for the smallest.
The report was published Nov. 4 and is based on data from 2018.
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