The trucking industry was thrown into an uproar as reports surfaced that drivers were bringing along “co-pilots” on their routes. The drivers, who are used to spending long stretches of time alone behind the wheel, now insist on bringing their pets, spouses, or even their kids to keep them company.
“We had no idea this was going to happen,” said a spokesperson for one of the major trucking companies. “We’re trying to figure out how to deal with this, but in the meantime, we’re just telling drivers to keep their co-pilots on a leash.”
Many drivers are amused by the development, with one driver stating, “I don’t mind bringing my dog as a co-pilot, but I hope he’s not going to bark too much when I’m singing karaoke.”
Another driver said, “My wife is a great co-pilot. She’s always there to cheer me on and remind me when I’m getting too drowsy.”
The surge in the number of passengers accompanying drivers has changed the industry. As this trend continues, it is likely that drivers will become even more creative in their approaches to transportation. For now, one thing remains certain: big trucking companies will fight the change to avoid paying for added weight co-pilots bring to truck cabs.
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