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April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

How Fleets Should Deal With Labor Unions

Union and corporate goals are more aligned than many people think.

By Dennis Schneider and John Walker

From collective bargaining, to wages, to benefits and working condition issues, to grievance procedures, dealing with unions can be challenging for truck fleets.

Tags: Fleet Manager, Business, Labor Unions

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Shell Explores the Limits of Fuel Efficiency at Eco-Marathon

The Starship is a highly aerodynamic demonstration truck developed by Shell and Airflow  to test how existing technologies and innovative design can improve trucking efficiency. Photos: Jim Beach

By Jim Beach

On a weekend where Shell Lubricants hosted an eco-marathon challenge, the company showed off its Starship concept truck, aiming to push the limits of fuel efficiency with current technology.

Tags: Green Vehicles, Fuel Efficiency, Shell Lubricants, Future Trucks, Concept Vehicles

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Pathways to Better Truck Data for Fleets

Big data, telematics, and the "internet of trucks" were discussed by a panel at the Canadian Fleet Maintenance Summit. Photo via Today's Trucking.

By Today's Trucking

The future of connected trucks lies in integration and reducing the number of entry points into a truck, according to a panel of industry experts speaking on data and “the internet of trucks” at the Canadian Fleet Maintenance Summit in Mississauga, Ontario.

Tags: Maintenance, Telematics, Canada, Big Data, Connected Vehicles

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

What Top Dealers Can Tell Us About Trucking Trends

The Truck Dealer of the Year award honors excellence in business practices, industry leadership, and community service.

By Denise Rondini

Connectivity, spec’ing trends, market disruptions, and market conditions are among the issues challenging dealers and their customers. We got insights from the nominees for the Truck Dealer of the Year award, presented by American Truck Dealers, Heavy Duty Trucking, and Procede Software.

Tags: American Truck Dealers, Truck Sales, Truck Dealer of the Year, Awards, Heavy Duty Trucking magazine, Procede Software, Truck Dealers

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

How Home Delivery and Fresh Foods are Changing Refrigerated Transport

Morgan's home grocery delivery body is designed for smaller delivery vehicles. Photo: Morgan Corp.

By Deborah Lockridge

The way Americans get their groceries is changing – and that's affecting refrigerated transporters and the equipment they buy.

Tags: Refrigerated Truck, E-commerce, Delivery Fleets, Last Mile Delivery

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Department

What's Wrecking Your Tires?

Tire service providers and retreaders can be a great source of failure analysis if the unit number and wheel position are tracked. Photos: Jim Park

By Jim Park

Since tires rarely self-destruct, there is always a smoking gun, and it’s in your best interest to find it. You do that through failure analysis.

Tags: Preventive Maintenance, Tire Costs, Tires, Retreads

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Department

Vinyl Graphics Add Charity Awareness – and Revenue

Mike Culbertson collaborated on this “Fight for the Cure” design for a new Alfab aluminum dump body aboard a Peterbilt Model 567 chassis. Photo: Tom Berg

By Tom Berg

An Ohio fleet is using vinyl graphics to increase company visibility and raise awareness for charities.

Tags: Charity, Advertising, Branding, Vehicle Graphics

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

The Truck Tire Trade War

Larry Lafreniere, Houston sales manager for Beasley Tire Service, explains the retreading process to one of its customers at the grand opening celebration for the company’s 36,000-square-foot retread plant. Photo: Beasley Tire Service

By Ann Neal

Low cost Chinese tires and other changes to the commercial tire market are forcing top-Tier OEMs and dealers to rethink the services they offer fleets today.

Tags: Truck Tires, Retreads, International Trade, Michelin, Bandag, Continental Tires, Tires, Tariffs

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Department

How Low Can Flatbeds Go?

While the flatbed market looks strong early in 2018, recent moves by the Trump administration could drive prices up and affect supply later in the year. Photo: East Manufacturing

By Jack Roberts

As fleets demand ever-lighter flatbeds, trailer suppliers examine every aspect of designs to trim unwanted weight.

Tags: Trailers, Flatbeds, Trailer Orders, Lightweighting

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Editorial

Commentary: Creating a Better Technician Training Ecosystem

Denise Rondini

By Denise Rondini

If you want a better technician training ecosystem, sometimes you have to go out and make it happen. That's what some manufacturers created in California's Central Valley.

Tags: Technician Shortage, Education, Technician Training

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Test Drives

Test Drive: International's Driver-Centric LT

The 2018 LT from International is close to 10% more fuel efficient than a 2015 ProStar, 500 pounds lighter, and much more driver-centric. Photos: Jim Park

By Jim Park

International’s new LT highway tractor may look much like the 11-year-old ProStar it replaces, but the resemblance is barely skin deep.

Tags: Class 8, International Trucks, Test Drive, Sleepers

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Editorial

Commentary: Being Green Goes Beyond Low Emissions

Rolf Lockwood

By Rolf Lockwood

Is being green just a matter of buying the latest trucks with hyper-compliant engines? Of spec’ing the latest in aerodynamics? It’s both, of course – and much more besides says Executive Contributing Editor Rolf Lockwood.

Tags: Emissions, Work Truck Show, Green Fleets, Green Vehicles, Green Truck Summit, Aerodynamics

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Cover Story

What You Need to Know About Data in the Cloud

Trucking companies generate massive amounts of data and these days, much of it is stored in the cloud. Image: HDT

By Jim Beach

Trucking companies generate massive amounts of data. Even if your operation still runs the bulk of your business on servers based on-site, chances are you still have data collected in the cloud — whether you are aware of it or not.

Tags: Information Technology, Data Security, Cloud-Based Technology, Big Data

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Editorial

Commentary: Don’t Let Fear of Change Mire You in Mediocrity

What happens when your shop has to maintain electric bikes like this UPS one in Portland, Oregon? It's just one example of how things are changing. Photo: UPS

By Deborah Lockridge

Some fleets may feel overwhelmed by all the new technology coming at them because they don’t have the expertise. Let’s face it, at the rate new technology is rolling in, no one really has the expertise yet, says Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge in her April editorial.

Tags: UPS, Truck Platooning, Battery-Electric Vehicles, Future Trucks, Autonomous Vehicles, Drones

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Should Fleets Own or Lease Trucks?

Trucking fleets are looking more closely at all their options, from outright ownership to finance leasing to full-service leasing, even opting to own some trucks while leasing others. Photo: Daimler Truck Financial

By David Cullen

More fleets are looking more closely at all their options, from outright ownership to finance leasing to full-service leasing, even opting to own some trucks while leasing others.

Tags: Leasing, Vehicle Purchasing, Class 8, Truck Sales, Heavy-Duty Trucks

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - How-To

Get Dinged Wrongly for an ELD Violation? Here's How to Challenge It

You can challenge citations you believe were in error – including ELDs – via FMCSA's DataQs process.

By Deborah Lockridge

Full enforcement of the electronic logging device mandate that went into effect April 1 means you may need to challenge incorrect citations and inspection reports. Here are tips for filing successful Data Q challenges.

Tags: FMCSA, Regulations, CSA, CVSA, DataQ, ELDs, Safety, ELD Mandate

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Editorial

Analysis: Raising Federal Fuel Tax Makes Economic Sense

Infrastructure funding is one of the key legislative issues for the trucking industry in 2018. Photo: U.S. DOT

By Evan Lockridge

The way we pay for federally funded road and bridge projects hasn’t changed over the past 25 years and a fuel tax increase may provide the needed funding for our crumbling infrastructure. Analysis by Business Contributing Editor Evan Lockridge.

Tags: Infrastructure Funding, Taxes, Fuel Tax, ATA, Legislation

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Q&A: Scott Sutarik on Geotab and Telematics, Past and Future

The Internet of Things, data security and data analytics will only get more important to the trucking industry as time goes on, Geotab believes.

By Deborah Lockridge

Geotab recently surpassed 1 million subscribers. We spoke with Scott Sutarik, associate vice president, commercial vehicles, about the milestone, the history of Geotab, and how far telematics has come.

Tags: ELDs, Internet of Things, Q&A, Data Analysis, Telematics, Geotab

April 2018, TruckingInfo.com - How-To

One Thing You Need to Do if You're Using Grandfathered AOBRDs

Still using AOBRDs under the ELD mandate's grandfather clause? File photo: Schneider

By Deborah Lockridge

If you’re using automatic onboard recording devices to track driver hours of service under the grandfather clause of the electronic logging device mandate, there’s something very important you need to do by mid-June, says a former commercial vehicle enforcement official who’s now a transportation consultant.

Tags: Hours of Service, DataQ, ELDs, ELD Mandate

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

How to Maintain Heavy-Haul Trailers

Owners should always conduct a pre-trip inspection of the trailer and key wear parts before taking off with each load. This includes inspecting the frame, chains and straps for damage. Photos: Talbert Manufacturing

By Troy Geisler

Heavy-haul trailers see it all — rocks, ruts, bumps and jolts. It all translates to an increased risk of damage and it is vital that trailers are maintained properly.

Tags: Preventive Maintenance, Trailers, Heavy Haul, Maintenance Management, Maintenance, Talbert

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Tax Changes and the Truck Leasing Decision

Fleets need to be aware of 2018 tax changes, because the way they procure their equipment can have a significant impact to their overall business, bottom line and financial performance. Photo: ccPixs.com

By Brian Holland, Fleet Advantage

Fleets need to be aware of 2018 tax changes, because the way they procure their equipment can have a significant impact to their overall business, bottom line and financial performance. One leasing company explains how some of these changes affect the lease-vs.-own decision.

Tags: Leasing, Taxes, Truck Leasing, Fleet Advantage

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Department

The Tales Trailers Tell: High-Tech Communications

Trailers have lagged behind tractors in terms of communicating both with power units and the outside world. That is about to change. Photo: Bendix

By Jack Roberts

A growing number of OEMs and suppliers are starting to take a hard look at how to improve the flow of information about the function, health or cargo in a trailer as the latest step toward total logistics transparency.

Tags: Telematics, Trailers, Phillips Industries, Bendix, Communication

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Department

What Drivers Need to Know About Taking Care of Truck Tires

Drivers should perform weekly pressure checks on a truck they are familiar with. Daily checks should be done on any vehicle they don’t drive every day. Photo: Michelin

By Jim Park

Drivers need to know more about their tires and be proactive when it comes to inspecting and maintaining them. But convincing drivers is never easy.

Tags: Preventive Maintenance, Driver Training, Tires, Maintenance Management

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

FMCSA Chief: Agency ‘Open to Ideas’ on Improving Safety

FMCSA administrator Raymond Martinez said that the agency would be open to ideas from others on how to improve highway safety. Photo: David Cullen

By David Cullen

Federal Motor Carrier Safety administrator Raymond Martinez spoke at the TCA annual convention saying right off the bat that the FMCSA does not have a monopoly on safety and explained that the agency he’s helmed for just shy of a month “needs to remain open to ideas other may have” on how to improve highway safety.

Tags: FMCSA, Highway Safety, Events, TCA

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - WebXclusive

Q&A: FR8Star CEO Matt Kropp on Using the Data from ELDs and More

FR8Star CEO Matt Kropp says data is moving from the domain of large fleets into the hands of smaller carriers. Photo: FR8Star

By Jack Roberts

FR8Star CEO Matt Kropp brings an outsider's fresh perspective to trucking technology. In this exclusive interview, he shares his thoughts on ELDs, autonomous trucks, blockchain, and more.

Tags: Information Technology, Big Data, Future Trucks, Freight Brokers, Smartphones, Heavy Haul, Flatbeds, Mobile Apps, Uber for Trucking

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

How Fleets Can Implement Gamification into Safety Training

Gamification takes training and adds an element of competition in order to spark behavior changes. Photo: Mix Telematics

By Pete Allen

Gamification takes training and adds an element of competition in order to spark behavior changes. In the fleet amnagment world this means making safe driving into a competition, complete with prizes.

Tags: Driver Safety, Training, Driver Training, Gamification

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - WebXclusive

Q&A: TMC Chairman Jeff Harris to Focus on Technicians

Jeff Harris, vice president, maintenance, USA Truck, is TMC's 2018 Chairman. Photo: USA Truck

By Jack Roberts

This year's chairman of ATA's Technology & Maintenance Council says it all starts with truck technicians. Read our interview with USA Truck's Jeff Harris.

Tags: Technician Shortage, TMC, Technician Training, Technicians, USA Truck, Future Trucks

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

ELD Mandate: Don’t Rest Easy If You’re Grandfathered with AOBRDs

Grandfather clause in the ELD rule excuses carriers and drivers from complying so long as they are already using automatic onboard recording devices. But it’s only a temporary fix — the clause expires in less than two years.

By David Cullen

The roughly two-year grace period for grandfathered users of AOBRDs buys time, but it risks complicating things for trucking fleets in the future.

Tags: FMCSA, Hours of Service, Electronic Logging Devices, ELDs, ELD Mandate

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Emerging and Future Fleet Data Technologies

Predictive analytics can help keep trucks on the road. Navistar has been piloting a new OnCommand Connection feature called Live Action Plans, which predicts when a part is going to fail before it does. Photo: Navistar

By Deborah Lockridge

Predictive analytics, blockchain, and other emerging technologies represent the future of data usage for trucking fleets.

Tags: Fleet Management Software, Analytics, Big Data, Predictive Analytics, Blockchain

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Keeping Truck Bodies Repaired Is Good for the Bottom Line

As truck OEMs use more advanced materials for body surfaces, education and training has become vital for body and paint technicians. Photo: 3M

By Jack Roberts

Keeping truck cabs in good repair has always been good for a fleet’s image. And today, it’s good for the bottom line as well.

Tags: Fuel Efficiency, Vehicle Repairs, Managing the Shop, Downtime, Return on Investment

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

The Battle for Diesel Technicians

The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts the trucking industry will need an estimated 67,000 new technicians and 75,000 diesel engine specialists by 2022. Photo: Ryder

By Ronnie Garrett

As fleets face off against the growing technician shortage, the need grows for partnerships with educational institutions and enhanced recruiting and retention efforts.

Tags: Technician Shortage, Recruiting, Technician Training, Technicians, Mechanics

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Q&A: ZF's Emerging Technology Push Gains Steam

ZF is leveraging technologies from around the world to make commercial vehicles safer, Mitja Schulz said in an exclusive interview with HDT. Photo: Jack Roberts

By Jack Roberts

ZF has deep roots as a technology pioneer. In this exclusive HDT interview, Mitja Schulz, senior VP and general manager of commercial steering systems for ZF TRW, talks about how the company is serving both North American fleets and OEMs with a growing portfolio of advanced vehicle systems.

Tags: Technology, Active Safety Systems, Information Technology, Collision Avoidance Technology, Future Trucks, ZF, Steering, ADAS, Collision Mitigation Technology

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Dealing with Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Trucking

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association suspects that about 28% of the commercial driver population may be suffering from some degree of obstructive sleep apnea. Photo: Safety First Sleep Solutions

By Jim Park

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association suspects that about 28% of the commercial driver population may be suffering from some degree of obstructive sleep apnea.

Tags: Drowsy Driving, Driver Fatigue, Sleep Apnea, Driver Health

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Where Did the Hours of Service Rules Come From, Anyway?

HOS rules were created in 1930 and would remain fundamentally unchanged until 1995, when Congress directed the DOT to establish a new set rules incorporating the latest scientific understanding of human fatigue and alertness.

By Jim Park

How the hours of service rules for truck drivers ever became a safety regulation is a question that has vexed many in the industry.

Tags: FMCSA, Regulations, Hours of Service, Driver Fatigue, ELDs

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Editorial

Commentary: What Do Dealer-Vendor Partnerships Mean for Fleets?

Denise Rondini

By Denise Rondini

The growth of fewer but larger dealership groups could be the catalyst for more dealer-vendor partnerships, says Aftermarket Contributing Editor Denise Rondini.

Tags: Vendors, Aftermarket Parts, Aftermarket, Truck Dealers

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

3 Ways Vocational Truck Specs are Changing

A wide range of engine options that allow fleets to spec for tough applications is one of the top trends in vocational trucking today. Photo: International

By Jack Roberts

Vocational fleets are increasingly spec’ing new technologies, options and features to get their work done.

Tags: Freightliner, Medium-Duty Trucks, Ford, International Trucks, Vocational Trucks

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Editorial

Commentary: More on the Electric Truck Option — From a Century Ago

Rolf Lockwood

By Rolf Lockwood

In 1930, there were more than 100 U.S. companies manufacturing electric and hybrid commercial trucks, something that may not be common knowledge says Executive Contributing Editor Rolf Lockwood in his March column.

Tags: Historical Vehicles, Electric Trucks, Trucking History

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Test Drives

Volvo Blends Tech and Tough in New VNX Tractor

Volvo’s new VNX heavy-haul tractor blends the company's cutting edge tech with tough equipment. Photo: Jack Roberts

By Jack Roberts

Volvo’s new VNX heavy-haul tractor is a perfect example of the trend to blend cutting edge tech with tough. It’s a truck that leverages all of Volvo’s latest technologies with a robust frame, high-horsepower engines, and 125,000 GCWR. Jack Roberts has first impressions.

Tags: Volvo Trucks, Test Drive, Heavy Haul, Regional Haul

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Editorial

Commentary: Money Is Not the Only Thing That Speaks to Truck Drivers

Deborah Lockridge

By Deborah Lockridge

Pay is important, but oftentimes even more important are the things you do that make drivers feel valued and respected, observes Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge.

Tags: Recruiting, Driver Shortage, Driver Pay, Driver Retention

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Cover Story

How to Prevent Truck Driver Fatigue

While fleets and truck drivers try to stay compliant are they actually doing anything to address driver fatigue? Photo: iStockphoto.com/shotbydave

By Jim Park

Don’t focus so much on hours of service compliance and electronic logging devices that you fail to address the underlying causes of truck driver fatigue.

Tags: Driver Safety, Hours of Service, Drowsy Driving, Driver Fatigue

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

What Do Final Mile Trends Mean for Equipment and Maintenance Managers?

Mercedes Benz vans has developed potential logistics concepts involving electric vans, robots, drones, and smart autonomous loading systems. Photo: Mercedes-Benz

By Deborah Lockridge

As urban centers increasingly battle problems with pollution and congestion while e-commerce grows by leaps and bounds, we’ll see changing technologies in last-mile logistics – and changing maintenance challenges.

Tags: Technician Training, Battery-Electric Vehicles, Electric Trucks, Last Mile Delivery, TMC, UPS, Maintenance Management, Alternative Fuels

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Omnitracs Pursues a Software Focus with New Trucking Fleet Platform

A key to Omnitracs new software platform is that it is “hardware agnostic.” Users can run the software on whichever kind of device best suits their needs. Photos: Jim Beach

By Jim Beach

Omnitracs’ new computing platform, Omnitracs One, is the latest reflection of the trend by technology providers to move from closed, proprietary systems – those in which their software runs on their proprietary hardware – to open systems.

Tags: Information Technology, Fleet Management Software, Software, Omnitracs

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Daimler Pumping R&D into Electric Trucks, Connectivity, Autonomous Trucks

Daimler Trucks has a 'Baby 8' eActros electric truck in fleet testing in Europe; is an e-Cascadia next? Photo: Mercedes-Benz

By Deborah Lockridge

Daimler Trucks North America chief Roger Nielsen talked to reporters recently about the company's investments and initiatives in technology such as connectivity, electric trucks, autonomous trucks, advanced driver assistance systems, platooning, and predictive maintenance.

Tags: Daimler Trucks North America, Truck Platooning, Electric Trucks, Autonomous Vehicles, Connected Vehicles, ADAS, Daimler Trucks

March 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Analysis: Could History Repeat Itself With Truck Capacity?

Will increasing freight demand and truck sales lead to an excess of truck capacity in the near future? Source: DAT

By Evan Lockridge

When you look back just four years ago to 2014, a lot of heavy-trucks were sold. Freight demand had suddenly increased, and everyone was trying to move more cargo. But when 2015 rolled around, things weren’t as rosy.

Tags: Economy, Truck Sales, Market Trends, Freight Capacity, DAT Solutions

February 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Department

How Drivers Can Make or Break Truck Aftertreatment System Maintenance

A truck driver may not know when to address a DPF regen warning, which can costs fleets days of downtime if it requires advanced service. Photo: Jim Park

By Jim Park

Parked forced regenerations of diesel particulate filters continue to frustrate and confuse drivers. Drivers under time constraints often tempt fate and continue their journeys, ignoring regen requests.

Tags: Preventive Maintenance, Truck Drivers, DPF, Diesel Particulate Filter, Diesel Exhaust Aftertreatment

February 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Department

Are Your Trucks Ready for Last-Mile Logistics?

As companies such as XPO Logistics go after the booming final-mile business triggered by e-commerce, they’re finding that liftgates are an important part of a truck or trailer spec for this application. Photo: XPO Logistics

By Ronnie Garrett

A liftgate is key for deliveries. Consider construction, power supply, and safety when readying a fleet for the last mile.

Tags: Spec'ing, Trailers, Liftgates, Last Mile Delivery

February 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Department

Seattle Embraces Side Guards for Trucks

The side-impact guard closes the gap ahead of Kenworth mixer truck’s rear tandem to keep people from falling under the chassis and being run over. Photo: Walker Blocker

By Tom Berg

Authorities believe side impact guards can protect pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorcyclists and Seattle's fleet has embraced the device.

Tags: Seattle, Underride Guard, Side Guards, Walker Blocker, Truck Side Guards

February 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Department

Tire Telematics: Where the Rubber Meets the Road

A new generation of wheel sensors may soon be transmitting surprising new types of operational information via tire telematics to fleet managers. Photo: Maxion

By Jack Roberts

Sensors in tires and other wheel-end components are ready to move beyond optimizing tire management programs in some very surprising ways.

Tags: Telematics, Tires, Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems

February 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Test Drives

Test Drive: Mack’s Low-Ride Refuse Hauler

The new Mack LR features a performance-oriented design that is focused on refuse fleet details both big and small. Photo: Jack Roberts

By Jack Roberts

Mack’s LR model features high-powered, smart hydraulics and finely-tuned details to help refuse fleets move trash fast. Jack Roberts takes it for a test drive.

Tags: Mack Trucks, Test Drive, Refuse Fleets

February 2018, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

The Driver Series

HDT's 3-Part Driver Series on truck drivers in 2018.

By HDT Staff

How trucking companies are approaching the recruiting, retaining and training of truck drivers in the midst of an ever-changing industry.

Tags: Drivers, Driver Training, Driver Shortage, Driver Pay

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