Everybody expecting relatively quick Russian collapse in Ukraine from logistical self-asphyxiation is forgetting this.
Yes, truck maintenance has been dire in the Russian army. Yes, they're stalled. Yes, they're plausibly going to be completely out of trucks in a month, give or take. That doesn't mean they're not going to do everything possible -- including commandeering civil vehicles -- to try to keep going.
In 1914, everyone expected a short war. It had to be a short war; the ability to supply munitions for a long war didn't exist, and in addition Imperial Germany had no supply of nitrates. (At that time mined from bird guano on ocean islands.) A technical fix was found. There isn't a technical fix for not doing your maintenance, but there's still a long way to drop the Russian standard of living before having to admit that there's no way to maintain supply.
This is all kinds of bad; more people die, more destruction, and more uncertainty of outcomes.
Not the overall strategic outcome, though I hope the US Secret Service has figured out how much enhanced risk Biden's in right now. Trying for an organised coup this time is going to seem like a salvation option around last week if the folks in the Kremlin are getting accurate intelligence, because if the blockading power -- that being what sanctions are in this more civilised and more connected world -- can maintain the will, the blockade will work. This usually won't be admitted until an awareness of general starvation is inescapable, and that takes time.