The call of the open road and the romantic notion of driving luxurious vehicles, meeting fascinating people, and traveling to exotic locations are lures that compel people to become drivers.
Driving is a very old profession that started when the USA was very young. At that time drivers drove carriages and wagons behind horses. This was an age when your word meant something and good honest work gave you a chance to grow economically.
Professional career drivers care about the well-being and safety of their passengers and ensure the rides they give are enjoyable experiences. But then, Corporations came into the picture. Big Business executives and stockholders had their own agenda.
That’s when the driver got run over!
This proud driving profession is slowly disappearing. The demise of this livelihood for so many hard-working individuals is multi-faceted.
This book dives into the death of the vocation, the restricting government regulations, the diminishing pay, and how an entire industry has been lifted from the American economy.