New York City’s first new trucking startup is aiming to offer drivers the freedom to get around the city by delivering boxes or other cargo and then pick it up later.

On Monday, the company called its service trucking service.

The service, named Tuck, aims to make trucking more accessible to people with disabilities.

It hopes to make it possible to drive a wheelchair or walker to and from a truck stop.

The service also aims to reduce the need for long-distance trucking.

The company is hoping to be in service by 2021, but its plans are in the works and its launch is currently scheduled for early 2018.

Tuck aims to offer a service called “Tuck,” a service that can be driven on a wheelchair.

It also aims for its service to be accessible to all truckers and would be open to all drivers.

Its founder, Jonathan Brown, said that wheelchair drivers have the ability to make connections from a range of transportation options, including walking, biking, public transportation and the Internet.

He said that the service will help people who are disabled to get where they need to go.

Tuck is working with the City of New York to create a service zone to accommodate the service, which is expected to cost $5 per trip, and it hopes to start offering the service by 2019.

Tucked has partnered with trucking services such as Uber and Lyft to launch its service.

It is also in talks with other trucking companies, including some that operate independently.

In an interview with CNN, Brown said that he had been working with his friend, former president Barack Obama, to find a way to make wheelchair-accessible transportation available to people who might not be able to use a traditional vehicle.

The idea was to do a pilot program and see if we could have a lot of success in this area.

I think it would be interesting to see whether people who use wheelchairs and who have disabilities are willing to have their mobility taken care of by a company like Tuck.

The idea is to have a way for them to be able just to drive around town and get to work, so I think it’s an interesting idea.

Tucks mission is to offer accessible transportation options to people in wheelchairs.

The company says that a wheelchair driver can travel for less than $10 a day.

In 2015, the New York State Department of Transportation and the American Trucking Associations helped to fund a pilot project to provide wheelchair-friendly trucking options to the city’s disabled population.

The pilot program was launched with a goal of providing accessible and self-service trucking for the disabled population in New York.

The city also partnered with the New Jersey-based National Federation of the Blind and other organizations to make the service available to the public.