A British truck driver who's worked in the US for years says the biggest problem with trucking in America comes down to how drivers are paid

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When snowstorms would hit Mick Flynn’s native England, he and his fellow truckers would pull over. “Most sensible people parked over somewhere and enjoyed a nice cup of coffee,” Flynn told Business Insider.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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