I can tell you ABF road drivers schedules are being stretched to the max in many cases. With the layoffs and completely changing the runs, nothing is the same as prior to the virus.
The Teamsters’ top safety and health official told members of a House committee that more must be done to protect the lives of truck drivers who have placed themselves and their families at risk during the coronavirus pandemic to deliver groceries and other necessities to the public.

Testifying in front of the House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee yesterday, Lamont Byrd said the union’s 600,000 members who transport goods have played an important role in keeping other essential workers safe. He noted, for example, that YRC drivers transported plexiglass safety shields to 1,500 locations nationally so workers and customers could be protected.

“In spite of being at an unprecedented health risk themselves, truck drivers and other transportation workers continue to perform essential services 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” said Byrd, who is Director of the Teamsters Safety and Health Department. “They deliver goods and perform their jobs regardless of the fact they might be working at a COVID-19 hotspot.”

Due to the current crisis, many truckers have been pressured to deliver more freight and work longer hours. But because of public health concerns, they have had to do their jobs with limited access to restrooms and restaurants, which makes for a challenging work environment.