Global pandemic or not, everyone needs to eat. So what happens when the restaurants and truck stops you rely on for meals suddenly close overnight?
The coronavirus outbreak has forced food outlets to close and meant the simple task of getting food much more complicated for truckers.
Fast food giant McDonalds thinks it has the answer. At some locations in the US, the chain is letting drivers place orders and pay via mobile with designated curbside collection areas.
As food options continue to shrink for truck drivers and finding food to cook in a truck is becoming harder, truckers are hoping that more restaurants follow suit and make grabbing a quick meal possible when you’re behind the wheel of a large vehicle.