The pandemic could drive more fleets to consider emergency planning. A joint survey by the American Transportation Research Institute and the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association found that 45% of respondents did not have such plans before the pandemic. For fleets with fewer than five power units, almost 80% of respondents did not have a disaster response plan. This is in stark contrast to fleets with more than 1,000 trucks, where 70% of respondents had a disaster response plan in place.

Source: HDT Pulse Surveys


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