Fleet size means the total number of vehicles commonly owned or controlled, even if they are part of different subsidiaries, divisions, or other organizational structures of a company or agency. Data from the road transport industry reveals that just under 8 million people are employed in jobs related to road transport, of which 3.6 million are drivers. But what does this say about the overall size of the trucking industry? What is the number of trucks in the U.S. UU? How many companies are there? And what income do they generate? However, the vast majority of the country's truck fleets consist of 200 trucks or less; most of the time, fewer than 25 trucks.
They show no signs of disappearing any time soon, although the odds of long-term survival seem to be stacked against them.