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Why You Should Love Trucks

  • Alice J. FriedemannEmail author
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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Energy book series (BRIEFSENERGY)

Abstract

Nearly everything in our modern world was on a truck, even if only for the last mile: the furnishings and building materials in every home, store, office, and factory, the food you eat, from planting and harvest to stove-top and dinner plate, and even the asphalt and concrete in the roads that trucks travel on.

Keywords

Supply Chain Diesel Engine Transportation Fuel Heavy Truck Tank Truck 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.OaklandUSA

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