In the US, truck rental and haul service companies have been in a bit of a bind.
Many are losing business to rivals such as Uber and Lyft, while the number of people choosing to hire a truck service over a taxi service is growing.
What makes the situation even more confusing is that the industry has been losing money for years, but is now starting to get some much-needed attention.
The truck rental industry was once considered a safe industry, thanks to a few simple things: the vast number of licensed truck drivers, a huge number of truck rental businesses operating in a safe environment, and, most importantly, the availability of insurance.
In the years since the industry’s inception, the industry as a whole has fallen short.
But as the number and number of insured truckers grow, so too do the number who refuse to hire truckers.
A recent study by the insurance company American Express found that the number that chose to use truck rental service was at an all-time high of 6.6 million in the US in 2016.
This number is expected to reach 9 million by 2021.
To put this into perspective, Uber is expected by 2021 to have about 50 million drivers in the country.
And while the total number of registered truck drivers in America will hit about 50.3 million by 2026, there are roughly 7.2 million registered truck owners.
This represents about 7% of all registered truckers, but the truck rental market is expected grow significantly in the coming years.
But truck rental is still not the only way to get around town.
In fact, according to a study by Insurance Information Institute, only 3% of US drivers have insurance, while 70% of truck drivers do not.
The reason is not because insurance is not a big deal, but because insurance policies can be very expensive.
According to the report, insurance policies for truck drivers cost $4,859 per year per driver, and drivers are charged an average of $11,200 a year for policies.
This is significantly more than the average cost of an average US worker, which is around $12,000 per year.
This is because truck insurance is based on a driver’s experience, and is based in part on the number, age, and location of the drivers.
It does not account for the types of drivers who drive other types of trucks.
If a truck driver chooses to take on a different route to get to work, then the insurance will be based on the route that they chose.
While insurance policies have grown significantly over the past few years, they still are not enough to cover the cost of transporting a truck from one location to another.
That’s where insurance brokers come in.
The brokers that specialize in truck insurance are a large part of the industry, and they are able to provide discounts to truck owners and truck rental companies.
Some of the biggest discounts that truck owners are offered by truck brokers are $50 per month, $200 per month or $500 per month for trucks under 12, and $500 for trucks over 18.
These are some of the most attractive discounts in the truck insurance industry, but they can also be expensive for those who need to make big payments.
The broker’s website also offers discounts for other kinds of drivers, such as delivery drivers and truck drivers who have to use the company’s delivery truck for the time of day.
The company also offers lower rates for drivers who are new to the industry and can work long hours.
So, if you’re looking to rent trucks, truck insurance companies are here to help.
The industry is not without its detractors, but many of the big players are willing to work with the industry to keep it afloat.
According to Insurance Information, the top three insurers for truck rentals are the following:A&P, American Express, and State Farm.
According to the Insurance Information report, all of these companies have a great reputation for providing great customer service, and offering the highest rates in the industry.
M is also the only company in the top 10 that offers a 30-day money-back guarantee on any insured truck rental policy.