On the roads of Israel and Jordan, trucks are not just vehicles for transporting goods, they are also tools to help people get to their jobs.
According to the Israeli daily Haaretz, the number of Israeli trucks covered by mud is on the rise, with an average of 6.5 million tonnes of mud added to the roads every year.
The number of trucks covered has been growing at a steady rate since the 1970s, and now it is increasing at a faster rate than the number covered by the Israeli army, which is about 70,000 tonnes.
In the 1970, the Israeli government paid $400,000 for a truck to be covered with mud, but that was soon scrapped because the army deemed the mud “unsuitable for human habitation”.
It was replaced by the so-called “mud tractor”, a truck that was manufactured with mud bricks, and the wheels are painted white.
Since the mud tractor was introduced, the ministry of defence has issued around 2,500 permits for the use of mud on Israeli roads, but according to Haaretz the ministry has yet to issue permits for trucks covered with clay, sand, or gravel.
The ministry has also issued several permits for trailers and other items, but not for trucks.
The number and amount of permits issued for mud covers have been increasing, according to a report from the Israel Democracy Institute (IDI), an organisation that advocates for greater civil liberties and human rights in Israel.
In 2015, the IDF issued 1,000 permits for mud covering, but IDI said that number has increased to about 1,500 since then.
According to Haavarim, a company that is working on making mud cover for the Israeli trucks, the clay and sand used in the process is also used in other products, like carpets, to make furniture.
The company estimates that it costs the Israeli economy $50 million to produce each truck covered with the mud.
The Israeli trucking industry has seen a surge in the past few years.
When I was a boy, the Israelis used to bring their own trucks, and I remember the excitement we felt on the road.
Nowadays, it is the other way around, and Israelis drive more and more of their own vehicles.
Israel’s army has a long history of making mud for its vehicles, and many Israelis have become familiar with it from the movies and TV shows.
The IDF has even made a special trailer that was used on the show Breaking Bad to advertise the mud trailer.
During the 2014 Gaza war, the army started making mud covered trucks and trailers, and it was used as part of the operation that drove Palestinian civilians out of the Gaza Strip, but the vehicles were not used for military purposes.
The Ministry of Defence has since changed its policy regarding the use and protection of vehicles covered with sand, and is now requiring the use in military situations.
As for the Israel trucking sector, the company that makes the mud covered vehicles has also been expanding the number and size of its vehicles.
According to the company, the first vehicles are currently sold in only a few places in Israel and the territories, and they will soon expand to other countries in the Middle East and Europe.
For its part, the Israel ministry of industry has said that it has no plans to stop using the mud-covered trucks and has asked the companies to continue using them for humanitarian purposes.