Being a truck driver can be tedious or taxing at times. Aside from the fact that driving trucks require extra focus and attention on the road, truck drivers usually have to drive long hours… alone. Indeed, it can be quite lonely especially if they have interstate cargo deliveries.
If you are experiencing what we mentioned above, don’t fret. The day is long, and we don’t want you to spend it sulking on your way to your destination. So, we gathered some of the best transport jokes to help lighten up your mood and kickstart your journey.
The Trucker and the Motorcyclists
A trucker stopped for lunch at a roadside diner. He ordered a cheeseburger, a steaming cup coffee, and a slice of apple pie. As the trucker was about to eat his lunch, three bikers suddenly walked in.
To everyone’s surprise, one biker grabbed the trucker’s cheeseburger and took a huge bite from it. The second one drank the trucker’s coffee without hesitation while the third one ate up all his apple pie. The truck driver just watched poker-faced without saying a single word. When the three motorcyclists were done, the truck driver stood up, paid the waitress, and left.
As the waitress walked up to clean the truck driver’s table, one of the motorcyclists growled, “He ain’t much of a man, is he?”
The waitress replied with a smirk, “He’s not much of a driver, either. I just saw him backed his 18-wheeler over three motorcycles.”
The Truck Driver and the Cop
One day, a trucker missed a turn-off before the low bridge and got stuck under it, causing heavy traffic. A few moments later, a police car pulled over beside his truck and an officer approached him, “Got stuck, huh?”
The truck driver answered, “No, officer. I was delivering this bridge, but I ran out of gas.”
Question: Why do some roadway trucks only have one seat?
Answer: So, the driver knows which side to get in.
The Breakdown Truck
As I was walking down the street today, a breakdown truck driver pulled up alongside me and said, “Excuse me, I’m looking for the accident site involving a van carrying a load of cutlery.”
“No problem,” I replied. “Go straight down this road for 1 mile, then take the first left, and when you get to the fork in the road, you’re there.”
Stuck at the Top
One day a trucker got slightly stuck with his load under an overpass on a busy stretch of highway. It wasn’t long before a cop stopped by to check things out. He had sized up the situation and then advised to the trucker to let some air out of his tires so he could move on.
The trucker replied, “I’m stuck at the top officer, not at the bottom.”