Counterfeiting, gray market parts and intellectual property violations can make it hard to know what part is actually in the box you just bought.
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By Tom Berg
Our annual roundup of the latest trailer products and trends.
By Jim Park
Whatever the reason for their discontent, the driver turnover rate for 2014 wound up at over 95%. Perhaps a newer, better mattress would help them sleep better at night or an on-board satellite TV system or a more comfortable seat?
By David Cullen
It’s not rocket science to split an API oil-service category. But it takes lots of chemical engineering to develop and bring to market not one, but two, new heavy-duty motor oil specs in a mere five years.
By Deborah Lockridge
One thing the developers of autonomous technologies have emphasized is that they are not a “driverless truck.” So how can they help with the driver shortage? Part 7 in HDT's Driver Dilemma series on the driver shortage.
Freight goes through and on these components, and are among the details to carefully consider when spec’ing dry-van truck bodies and trailers.
Do wide-base single tires wear differently than standard tires in dual assemblies? We address that question and give tips on how proper care of your wide-base single tires can improve their life and ROI.
At Hirschbach Motor Lines, an 850-truck-and-growing refrigerated fleet based in East Dubuque, Ill., the goal is “to become the most fuel-efficient fleet in the trucking business while providing best-in-class service to our customers."
By Betty Weiland, J.J. Keller
Out-of-adjustment brakes and other brake system violations make up almost half of the out-of-service roadside inspection violations on commercial vehicles.
This long-hooded model with forward-set steer axle is the nicest-driving Cat Truck yet.
Kenworth’s bold and unapologetic limited-edition “large car” doesn’t disappoint.
By Denise Rondini
Counterfeit. White box. Gray market. Genuine. Aftermarket. Will fit. Private label. Knock-off. All those terms are used to describe truck parts. That explains why there is confusion and uncertainty in the market.
By Rolf Lockwood
While much has been made about autonomous trucks lately, at least one group is looking ahead to unmanned vehicles altogether.
While states are thinking of ways to fund highway infrastructure, Michigan is considering rolling back truck size and weight regulations.
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