Road freight refers to transporting products by road, typically using trucks and delivery vans. This is a common method for moving products locally or over short distances.

The three types of freight are air, sea, and land. Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages depending on the distance, urgency, and nature of the products shipped.

Rail freight uses trains to transport goods, while road freight uses trucks and delivery vans. Companies often use rail freight for mid-distance transport, while local and regional shipments rely on road freight.

As technology and consumer demands evolve, road freight will significantly change. One prediction is the increased use of electric and autonomous vehicles, which can improve efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.