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People say on a bus/train/ship and in a car/taxi/boat.
What about the truck? In a truck or on a truck?
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The driver would be in the truck. The cargo could be on the truck or in the truck.
The cargo is on the truck. / The cargo is in the truck.
Is there any difference in meaning between the above sentences?