“Over the last decade, Indian Americans have launched trucking schools, truck companies, truck washes, trucker temples and no-frills Indian restaurants modeled after truck stops back home, where Sikhs from the state of Punjab dominate the industry. ‘You used to see a guy with a turban and you would get excited,” says Pal, who is in his 15th year of trucking. ‘Today, you go to some stops and can convince yourself you are in India.'” LA Times: Sikh drivers are transforming U.S. trucking. Take a ride along the Punjabi American highway.