Truckers are forced to relocate to survive financial hardship. Freight Waves reports below:
California natives Jeff and Elyse Fink are still planning to relocate, but say a federal judge’s pause on the new sweeping labor law, AB5, that was set to take effect in January, has given them a little more time to plan their exit strategy.
“We are continuing with our plans to sell and relocate,” Jeff Fink told FreightWaves. “We want to be in a state that is truck friendly and California has proven to be an anti-truck state.”
The Finks, who currently live in Victorville, California, are team drivers leased to Long Haul Trucking of Albertville, Minnesota. In December, the carrier notified the Finks that they were not going to be able to dispatch them with loads leaving California unless they moved out of the state. Read entire article.