New Hampshire is a far northeastern U.S. state with easy traffic and a narrow connection to the Atlantic Coast.10 Truck drivers in the state have access to a port and inland destinations, including New England and New York.10 Truckers can rely on New Hampshire’s primary industries, like manufacturing, technology, health care and tourism, to find work hauling freight throughout the state and loading and offloading at the port.
New Hampshire Motor Transport Association (NHMTA) is a non-profit trade association representing truck owners and operators. NHMTA offers various members benefits and provides a range of training and seminars throughout the year.
In 2019 U.S. trucks hauled 11.84 billion tons of freight and generated $791 billion in revenue.
New Hampshire truckers primarily transport:
Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, the Atlantic Ocean, and Canada all border New Hampshire.3 The state has 225 interstate miles, which is only a small portion of New Hampshire’s 33,000 total lane miles of roadways.
Major highways include I-89, I-93, and I-95.
New Hampshire has roughly 691 total local truck driver jobs.
The average annual salary of truck drivers in the state is approximately $63,498. In May 2020, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported a median yearly salary of $47,130 for Heavy and Tractor-trailer Truck Drivers.
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