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Technology Key to Addressing Driver Shortage

When you consider that the average age of a trucker is 56, you realize it’s high time to up efforts to recruit and retain younger drivers to address the driver shortage and ensure a future for this profession.

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When you consider that the average age of a trucker is 56, you realize it’s high time to up efforts to recruit and retain younger drivers to address the driver shortage and ensure a future for this profession.

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Uber has officially launched Uber Freight, the company’s new service that will match truckers with companies who need cargo shipped across the country.

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