I just have to ask why? The biggest problem with any antenna on a big rig is the lack of ground plane. Almost without exception, the bodies are made of fiberglass. Adding insult, the (widely used) mirror brackets are inadequate ground planes even for 440 MHz.
One way to counter this is to use two antennas in a dipole fashion, or perhaps a 1/2 wave with a little decoupling. Either one will work much better than a 1/4 wave utilizing the mirror bracket.
HF antennas suffer even more, and few truckers install them correctly. When I say correctly, I'm speaking of maximizing the available ground plane.