Thanks to the US truck driver shortage, it's taking longer than ever for retailers to ship by truck.
It cost retailers up to 30% more to ship goods in April than it did last year.
Certain brands are passing these costs and delays along to consumers.
There's a reason your Amazon orders are taking longer to arrive and retailers are charging you more for your usual selections.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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