Statistics covering operating costs for 2013. In this report, we cover overall and depreciation costs for compact cars, intermediate cars, light trucks, minivans, SUVs, and full-size vans.
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As of August 1, 2019, pickup truck values are continuing to drop from their peaks in May and June.
Although labor issues remain a significant challenge for respondents to the National Private Truck Council's annual survey, they continue to report retention and turnover performance far better than their for-hire colleagues.
Annual average wages of heavy tractor-trailor truck drivers by state and employment numbers by state are shared.
The price of crude oil has increased since last year, with regular gasoline increasing 10% and diesel only seeing an increase of 1%.
Average U.S. retail fuel prices for propane, ethanol, biodiesel, gasolin, diesel, etc., since 2000 are shared.
As of July 1, 2019, overall wholesale values for all pickups and Class 4-8 trucks started to shake up a little.
Statistics covering personal use in 2018. In this report, we cover personal-use policies, programs, and charges, which have remained flat.
Many states that have passed hand-held phone bans and texting bans provide for various exemptions for emergencies, law enforcement personnel, emergency medical technicians, firefighters, state DOT employees, etc.
Large truck crashes by operation classification have continued to increase from 2012 to 2016.
Nevada was the first state to allow autonomous Class 8 trucks.
Statistics covering driver accident rates for 2013-2018. In this report, we cover accidents by age of drivers, cell-phone use, seat-belt use, time of day, top five accident descriptions, accidents by day of the week, and accidents by weather type.
Statistics covering fleet vehicles by industry segment as of Jan. 1, 2019. In this report, we break down fleet vehicles by commercial, government, and rental.