The changes are designed to attract more drivers with experience in transport.
According to a study, applicants are deterred by the prospect you have to eat and sleep the driver’s seat or in a modest motel, so such a house on wheels would be ideal.
Standard cabins cost $ 45,000, and the models with shower and toilet reach $ 90,000.
A company in Fort Wayne, Indiana, called Bolt offers a custom made mammoth 240,000 USD, according to company chairman, Brian Callan.
Meanwhile, ARI Legacy Sleepers offer customized options at reasonable prices. Many drivers prefer to work in industries more “attractive” as the military, writes Daily Mail, so that employers transport desperate efforts to attract candidates do.
Experience may raise the price of a mastodon with from 50,000 to 185,000 dollars.