Will a trucker shortage affect gas stations this summer?

Matt Bubala

FILE – In this Feb. 2, 2010, file photo, a Yellow Freight/Roadway Express truck travels east on I-70, near Lecompton, Kan. Congressional watchdogs are questioning the government’s decision to award a $700 million coronavirus relief loan to a struggling trucking company on grounds its operations are critical for maintaining national security. YRC Worldwide provides transportation and logistics services, such as delivering food, electronics and other supplies to military locations around the country. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner, File)

Mark Reddig of Land Line Media joins Matt Bubala to break down reports that a nationwide trucker shortage will affect the supply of gas this summer. Reddig explains that, in his opinion, the issue isn’t with a lack of drivers, but a lack of living wage.

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