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By HDT Staff
HDT editors honor the top products of the year for usefulness to truck operators.
Sales are still good, features are nicer, and fuel economy is becoming more important .
By Steve Sturgess, Executive Editor
Detroit Diesel's new heavy-duty engine platform that will ultimately replace Series 60 and MBE 4000 in North America.
In a year, older diesel-powered reefers — even those meeting federal emissions rules — will no longer be welcome in California.
Camless engine design could offer 20 percent fuel savings.
By Deborah Whistler, Editor
Fleets can monitor drivers and detect at-risk behavior before an accident happens.
By Doug Condra, President
Partisan politics may mean few presents under anyone's tree this year.
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App Helps Truckers Report Accidents
Charger Keeps Batteries Topped Off in Winter
Tool Designed to Remove Tie Rods and Ball Joints
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