I recently visited the Ohio truck sales area and noticed a big increase in the number of trucks in the sale process.

A friend of mine recently returned from a trip in Texas and said that he was surprised to see so many trucks in his home state.

As it turns out, truck sales are not only happening in Ohio, but the Midwest is also seeing a spike in truck sales.

I can’t believe I haven’t written about this before, but truck sales in the Midwest have been on the rise since 2011.

The last time we wrote about truck sales was in 2014, when we predicted that truck sales would skyrocket in 2015.

Since then, we’ve been watching as the trend continues to increase.

I am excited to see this trend continue and to see what the future holds for truck sales as we enter the year 2020.

Why truck sales have been so hot in the past I think the most important factor in fueling the recent surge in truck purchases is the growth of the private sector in the U.S. truck industry.

As you may have seen in my post from a few months ago, a lot of people are buying trucks for the first time.

A lot of the people buying trucks are starting to make a bit more money than they were previously.

In the past year alone, the number with a four-year fixed lease has grown from a mere 30,000 to almost 2.5 million.

And the number that owns their own truck has grown by more than 400 percent.

The demand for trucks is growing and the supply is not.

In the last couple of years, a large portion of the trucking industry has gone through a major shift in their business model.

They have become a service company, meaning they sell their vehicles to the public via a vehicle-to-the-public leasing program.

That has led to the demand for leasing trucks.

The new models have been more economical, and the prices have gone down.

This has led some manufacturers to lower their prices and to offer better quality vehicles at a lower price point.

In fact, a trucker’s average yearly salary has been dropping for years now.

For a company like United Trucking, a company that primarily sells trucks to the private market, the loss of profit margins is very concerning.

United Truckers President and CEO Mike Kowalski said, “We have seen tremendous growth in the private industry and in trucking over the past couple of decades.

We are in a position to take advantage of that growth by offering competitive leasing options and a competitive price to our customers.”

The growth of private truck leasing is the reason why I was able to find truck sales numbers that are way above what I expected, and more than what I was expecting.

The truck sales increase in 2017 has been driven by a huge increase in demand for trucking services.

For instance, the average number of miles per day that private truckers are willing to drive per month increased from 8,200 to 11,600, or nearly 25,000.

And that’s not counting the trucks that are being leased by other trucking companies.

A large part of this demand is being driven by the growing demand for long haul trucks.

Over the past decade, there has been an increase in short haul trucks, including long haul pickups.

A new generation of long haul pickup trucks, the “long haul truck,” has been gaining popularity.

The long haul truck is a much smaller truck than the truck that’s currently being sold in the market, and is a vehicle that can be rented out to people that don’t drive trucks.

I would expect that demand to continue growing over the coming years.

It’s not just a matter of increasing demand, but also increasing supply.

This is why I have so many trucking friends and customers that are excited to get a new truck or lease a truck in the coming year.

The biggest benefit for truck owners is the fact that they can now make money off of their vehicles.

When the truck is used, it will sell for less than a standard lease payment, and will give you a much better return on your investment.

For example, if a vehicle is used 50 times, and sells for $3,000, you can earn an additional $200 in profit.

There are a few other factors that drive truck owners to lease their trucks.

One of the biggest reasons is that the truck companies are offering a good deal on the long haul, and there is no competition for those truck rentals.

If you own a truck that is a model or newer, you may get a better deal.

A long haul rental can be a great option if you have a budget and don’t have much in the way of money.

And if you don’t own your own truck, you have other options to use it, like trailers or buses.

Another factor driving truckers to lease is the new state laws in some states.

These laws will allow some states to raise their prices of truck leases, which will allow