The ones with sleeper berths do, yes.
No, not all trucks have beds. An SUV (not a crossover) is a truck. A semi is a truck. A garbage truck is a truck. A delivery truck (UPS, FedEx, USPS, etc.) is a truck.
A row of semi trucks. There isn't a specific name for it.
You can go to commercialtrucktrader.com to get a quote for your used semi trucks.
There are several companies that sell use semi trucks directly or privately-such as Eddie Stobart who regularly sell their old used semi trucks as they purchase new ones.
Most semi commercial trucks or delivery trucks can be 50 ft long.
estimated:8-9 million trucks
There are many companies that write insurance for semi trucks. Some of these companies are Progressive Commercial and Geico.
Rhino liners are used in beds of trucks to ensure there is no damage done to the beds of the trucks such as scratches and abrasions when you are having to always put stuff in the back of your truck.
It is impossible to know exactly how many semi trucks are on the road in the U.S. It is estimated that there could be anywhere from five million to thirteen million semi trucks on the road in the U.S. on any given day.
Yes, Dodge trucks have truck beds similar to many other truck designs. These beds vary in size by model. It is also a good idea to consider buying a bedliner, depending on what types of uses you have in mind for your truck.
They can be either.