What you need to do is buy a second vehicle to take the load and miles off of your precious truck.
Lets say that your truck gets 12 mpg on your normal commute to and from work, which is 55 miles each day. With a 5 day work week, and 50 weeks you have to drive to work every year, you have traveled 13,750 miles. That means that you need to buy and burn just under 1146 gallons of gasoline.
Lets say that fuel is $4 per gallon right now where you live.
That means you spend $4584 to drive your truck every year.
Now, lets change your truck over to a motorcycle that gets 50 mpg.
Lets say that you can use it 1/2 the time instead of your truck.
That's 6,875 miles in a year.
That only needs 137.5 gallons of gas ($550) to get where it's going, and your truck burns 573 gallons of gas ($2292). This means you just saved $1742 in fuel costs. If you drive the bike more, you save even more money, of course.
If you make the bike do 3/4 of the miles for your commute, you save
$825 for the bike's fuel tank, $1145 for the truck, which equals a $2614 savings.
So, go find yourself an inexpensive bike, get some insurance, some riding gear, and start saving a real amount of money, instead of trying to make your truck do something it just can't.