In related news, the trucking industry has seen a surge in demand as Baby Boomers have taken to the roads to transport their savings to safer locations personally. In addition, with the collapse of banks and the stock market plummeting, Boomers are resorting to more primitive forms of currency transportation.
Truck drivers across the country have reported a significant increase in business as they transport countless numbers of panicked Boomers’ cash and gold bullion from one location to the next. Some truckers even reported receiving hefty tips from grateful Boomers, ranging from whiskey bottles to vintage 8-track tapes.
“I’ve never seen anything like it,” said truck driver Dave Johnson, “My truck is loaded up with so much cash and gold, it’s starting to feel like Fort Knox on wheels.”
The sudden increase in demand has also led to a shortage of trucks and drivers, with some Boomers resorting to commandeering their own vehicles for the task. Reports have surfaced of Boomers driving their RVs, sports cars, and even tractors loaded up with cash and gold, causing traffic jams on highways and byways across the country.
Economists are warning that this surge in demand for physical currency transportation may lead to inflation in the trucking industry, as well as potential traffic accidents caused by inexperienced Boomers behind the wheel of overloaded vehicles.
As the banking crisis continues to unfold, the trucking industry remains one of the few bright spots in the economy, with drivers reaping the benefits of Boomers’ newfound obsession with physically protecting their wealth.
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