Indian truckers suffered a lot due to the 21-day nationwide stringent lockdown that was imposed in India on March 25, 2020, to try to halt the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. This also brought the transportation of goods in India to a near halt. Nearly 300,000 trucks with a payload worth USD 350 billion were stranded on highways across India. This caused the Trucking Industry in India, one of the critical sectors for the economy and operational 24×7 for 365 days of the year, a major choke point in the supply chains for everything from food to medical supplies. No work means no food for these truckers. Companies stopped responding to their calls and blocked their payments as they could not deliver goods. These truckers who already lost 2 trips due to this lockdown also ran out of cash currency in hand. They did not know when they would meet their families, who needed support during this pandemic. This constant stress of uncertainty impacted their mental health badly. Stranded on the road, truckers broke down emotionally and financially due to this unplanned, sudden lockdown.