After an up and down year of sales and a new one on the horizon, all of the major truck manufacturers are showcasing their visions for the future.
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By Jim Park
When you look at the reduced and simplified maintenance requirements of air disc brakes, better stopping power becomes the icing on the cake.
By Tom Berg
Air suspensions are subject to wear and aging, and must be regularly inspected and repaired or replaced when necessary.
By Jim Beach
There are hundreds of applications for commercial truck drivers and fleet managers and more are announced every week - so how do you navigate the blizzard of mobile apps to find the best ones for you?
By David Cullen
From the economy to driver recruitment and retention, there will be several familiar faces in the trends to follow closely in the new year.
Long-hauling is usually done with vans, reefers and flatbeds. But a little-noticed segment of trucking uses dump trailers that carry a wide variety of commodities.
Alkane Truck Co. recently achieved compliance certification from the U.S. Department of Transportation for its propane-fueled Class 7 cab-over-engine trucks, which will be assembled at a new plant in South Carolina starting in 2016.
Research into past incidents shows inadequate maintenance is the root cause of most wheel separation incidents.
By Stephane Babcock
Landing gear can make a driver’s job that much easier at the beginning and end of a haul, depending on how well the components are protected and how well they work together.
By Betty Weiland
When a motor carrier receives an inquiry into a current or former driver’s drug and alcohol testing history, what specifically is the company required to release?
Truckers who used to crave a long-nose Pete with a big-bore engine might be surprised by Paccar’s new smaller powerhouse.
By Evan Lockridge
Recent reports on freight movements, shipper spending and even the spot market can be downright confusing if you’re trying to figure what’s happening to the nation’s freight market and overall economic health.
By Denise Rondini
While truck dealers and other service providers may not be able to do anything to fix the driver shortage, they can play a big role in helping keep trucks on the road longer, which can reduce the need for additional drivers.
By Rolf Lockwood
While driver-assisting technology is capable of making us safer, in reality it is rarely frustration free.
By Deborah Lockridge
With another year behind us, Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge takes a look back at the year of the driver.
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