Tractor Counts (TCFH, TCTCO, TCTCS, TCTCM, TCTCL, TCTCE, TCTCT, TCFHN, TCFHO, TCPF, TCPFIS, TCPFMS, TCFHIS, TCFHMS)

What is it?

A monthly measure of the number of Class-8 tractors listed for motor carriers with an active USDOT number provided by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and who report at least 20,000 annual miles or more on their MCS150 form. 

Who is interested?

Safety Managers, Dispatchers, Brokers, Carriers, Analysts

What does it tell me?

The number of tractors listed for fleets with active DOT numbers is an indicator of capacity expansion or contraction in the trucking industry by Class-8  tractors. The data is broken out by fleet type i.e. private fleet and for-hire fleet in the following fleet categories:

  • Total Tractors including private and for-hire (TCTC)
  • For-hire fleets (TCFH)
    • Total for-hire fleets
    • Total count of fleets with 1 to 6 trucks
    • Total count of fleets with 7 to 11 trucks
    • Total count of fleets with 12 to 19 trucks
    • Total count of fleets with 20 to 100 trucks
    • Total count of fleets with 101 to 999 trucks
    • Total count of fleets with 1,000+ trucks 
  • Private fleets (TCPF)
    • Total private fleets
    • Total count of fleets with 1 to 6 trucks
    • Total count of fleets with 7 to 11 trucks
    • Total count of fleets with 12 to 19 trucks
    • Total count of fleets with 20 to 100 trucks
    • Total count of fleets with 101 to 999 trucks
    • Total count of fleets with 1,000+ trucks
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