Why do Americans buy bright bar trucks?

The bright bar truck is a popular trucking style in the US.

It’s a heavy, fast, fuel-efficient truck, with a top speed of around 60 mph.

However, Americans aren’t buying many of them.

The bright bars are on the rise.

The new trucking trend is being driven by a small group of big-time brands that have built up an aggressive presence in the market.

And they’re betting on the bright bars.

According to market research firm IHS Automotive, the new truckers are the most popular brand in the industry with more than 30% of the market, compared to only 5% of light bar truckers.

“The big trucks have come and gone, but the bright bar is still the most talked about trucking truck on the road,” said Ryan Capps, an analyst with IHS.

“It’s been a good seller in the trucking business and it’s been growing.”

The trucking industry, which has been steadily growing in recent years, is now a major supplier of light bars, but its market share is growing fast, with more trucks on the way.

According the IHS, truckers spent $5.7 billion on light bars in 2017.

By 2024, the number is expected to hit $12.5 billion.

And with a $1.2 billion market cap, trucking is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, according to the International Federation of Trucking Associations.

In a 2015 study, IHS found that light bar sales in the United States increased by almost 70% between 2009 and 2018, driven by an increase in the number of truckers choosing to buy trucks from trucking companies.

Sales for the top 50 companies are up by more than 400% over the same period.

In 2016, the American Trucking Association estimated that the light bar is worth more than $20 billion, with over 3.7 million trucks being sold in the U.S. in 2018.

The boom in the bright-bar trucking market has been driven in part by a new generation of truck drivers, who are also getting used to the idea of paying for a truck with a bright bar.

“For me, I like to drive the truck as fast as I can,” said James Fadrich, a bright-bars driver from Georgia.

“I like the feel of it.

And it’s more efficient than anything else I can get on the market right now.”

He added that the bright trucking trucks he uses are often a little different than the old ones.

“When I’m not driving the truck, I can go to the grocery store and have a sandwich, but now I’m really into light bars.

They are so much more convenient, and they have so much less fuel consumption.”

As part of the bright spot in the boom in trucking, truck-to-truck sales are rising.

The IHS report shows that the number one seller of trucks on American trucking roads in 2018 was a bright bars truck, up from 3.6% of sales in 2017 and 3.2% in 2016.

This is due in large part to the rise in the popularity of truck-based hauling.

In 2018, truck sales were up 15% compared to the same year in 2017, and that increase was driven by more light bar trucks, which saw a 26% increase.

“Truck hauling is still growing,” said Fadfeld.

“If you look at the number 1 seller of the light bars truck in 2018, it was a Bright Bars brand.

The truck-mounted hauling market is really strong right now, with the pickup market, the SUV market, and even the pickup trucks.

I think that the pickup truck market is going to be pretty big, and it is going.

And the light-bars truck market, which is still strong, is also growing.”

And Fadfrieds sales are booming, as well.

“In the light truck market right before Christmas, I sold a truck to a customer in North Carolina for $25,000,” he said.

“That truck is now worth $30,000.”

It’s also a good sign that trucking’s growing popularity is driving demand for bright bars, and truck-makers are starting to take notice.

In 2017, Bright Bar announced plans to sell more than 5,000 truck-load trucks.

And Bright Bar’s sales manager, Dave Coker, is confident that the truck-sized truck market will continue to grow.

“Light bars are a great alternative to the old, big trucks,” he told Business Insider.

“You have the truck in the back and you have the trailer in the front.”

He pointed to truckers who are taking advantage of a new segment of truck buyers, those who buy light bar vans and pickups.

“We’re getting a lot of these people who are looking for a lighter truck for their commute.

And light bars are an option for them,” he added. “