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From the perspective of the individual border States, truck usage by the three major commodity groups in each State is:

Washington: 1 of every 6 trucks is used to haul building materials, 1 of every 8 is used to haul processed foods, 1 of every 10 is used to haul farm products.

Idaho: 1 of every 3 trucks is used to haul farm products, 1 of every 9 is used to haul building materials, 1 of every 10 is used to haul live animals.

Montana: 1 of every 4 trucks is used to haul farm products, 1 of every 9 is used to haul building materials, 1 of every 10 is used to haul livestock.

North Dakota: 2 of every 3 are used to haul farm products, 1 of every 13 is used to haul building materials, 1 of every 16 is used to haul livestock.

Minnesota: 1 of every 3 trucks is used to haul farm products, 1 of every 7 is used to haul building materials, 1 of every 12 is used to haul processed foods.

2.7.3 Base and Range of Operation

Table 2-7-3a shows the percentage of mileage driven outside of the home base State by TIUS Column D trucks registered in each State. Table 2-7-3b shows the range of operation of TIUS Column D trucks registered in each State.

For the five border States combined, excluding the “not reported” category:

Most trucking occurs within the base State. Nine of 10 trucks drive less than 25 percent of their mileage outside of the home State. About one of 20 trucks drive from 75 to 100 percent of their mileage outside the base State.

Most trucking occurs within 200 miles of home. Nine of 10 truck miles are driven within this distance of home or off-the-road. About one of 20 trucks operate in the 200 to 500 mile range, and another one of 20 with trip lengths of greater than 500 miles.

From the perspective of the five border States, excluding the “not reported” category:

Washington has the most concentrated localized trucking activity. About 19 of 20 trucks drive less than 25 percent of their mileage outside the home State, about 19 of 20 within 200 miles of home, and about 1 of 30 at greater than 500 miles.

Montana has the least concentrated localized trucking activity. About 8 of 10 drive less than 25 percent, 8 of 10 within 200 miles, and more than 1 of 10 at greater than 500 miles.

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