The depression of heavy- and medium-duty trucks sales continued in October, with deliveries declining 24.9% on a daily rate basis (33,710 vs. 44,907) vs. like-1999. It is the second consecutive month sales dropped by more than 20% against year-ago's record results. October's figures also were the second lowest monthly total since February 1999. And there's likely no turnaround in sight, with December-February usually the slowest sales period for the industry. Class 4-8 sales for ...

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