Celebrated on July 20th
Truckers who drive for small businesses drive more than 3 million miles in their lifetime, which breaks down to a yearly average of more than 115,000 miles. If you could line up all U.S. trucks, they would reach the moon.
Mack adopted their famous bulldog symbol in 1923; the company’s chief engineer carved the first bulldog hood ornament while recovering from an operation.
The longest truck ever was built in 2006, an Australian built Mack truck with 112 semi-trailers, it was also called the road train.