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A truck is a vehicle for carrying goods and materials. Truck or trucks may also refer to:
- The Truck, a 1980 Bulgarian film
- Truck (band), a Malaysian pop group
- Truck, a children's picture book by Donald Crews
- Truck Festival, a British music festival
- Truck Records, a record label associated with the festival
- Trucks!, a television program
- Trucks (band), a British pop-punk band
- "Trucks" (short story), a short story by Stephen King
- Trucks (film), a 1997 TV film based on the Stephen King story
- Bogies, called "trucks" in North American railroading
- Trucks, the axle assemblies of a skateboard
- Truck (rigging), a wooden ball, disk, or bun-shaped cap at the top of a mast
- Truck Hannah (1889-1982), Major League Baseball catcher
- Truck Parham (1911-2002), American jazz double-bassist
- Truck Robinson (born 1951), retired National Basketball Association power forward
- Butch Trucks (born 1947), American drummer and a founding member of The Allman Brothers Band
- Derek Trucks (born 1979), American guitarist, songwriter, founder of The Derek Trucks Band and member of The Allman Brothers Band; nephew of Butch Trucks
- Virgil Trucks (1917-2013), Major League Baseball pitcher and coach
- Trucks or trucco, a lawn game
- Truck farming, the cultivation of vegetable crops for transport to local markets
- Truck system, an arrangement in which employees are paid in commodities or a currency substitute
- Truck Acts, a legal act outlawing truck systems
- Forklift truck, a powered industrial vehicle used to lift and move materials.
- Hand truck, also a sack truck in the United Kingdom, a form of wheeled dolly
- Sport utility vehicle (SUV), sometimes included in the broader "truck" vehicle category
- "Truckin' ", a Grateful Dead song, released in 1970
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