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Going Electric
Going Electric

July 14, 2010
For many years we've been accustomed to seeing electric carts scoot around golf courses and airports, and strong, silent forklifts do heavy lifting in...

Class 1-2 Roundup

June 8, 2009
The mighty have finally fallen. Full-size pickup trucks, for many years the best-selling vehicles in the U.S., have tumbled in popularity since the steep...

Via, Verizon Developing a Series Hybrid Van for Installers' Use

March 7, 2012
Verizon Communications and Via Motors are developing a gasoline-electric series hybrid van for possible large-scale integration into Verizon's fleet. Based...

Playing by the Numbers: Spec'ing Tires For Fuel Economy

June 3, 2009
Sooner or later the economy will heat up again and so will demand for fuel - and prices for it. So it's still wise to buy the most fuel-efficient vehicles...

Trailer Report: Tales From The Road

May 1, 2008
If ever there were a piece of equipment that made sense, it's a scale plumbed into a tractor and trailer's suspensions.

Pickups Update
Pickups Update

October 11, 2011
Almost left idle by the high cost of fuel in 2008 and the recession, sales of pickup trucks are now recovering

Mechanical, Electronic Advances Boost Ram 1500's Fuel Economy
Mechanical, Electronic Advances Boost Ram 1500's Fuel Economy

August 24, 2012
Chrysler Group's 2013-model Ram 1500 pickup trucks are getting major mechanical and electronic advancements that will increase fuel economy and performance,...

Hendrickson Aero Guard bumper
Hendrickson Aero Guard bumper

August 26, 2010
The culmination of an intensive four-year development program, Hendrickson's Aero Guard bumper combines state-of-the-art resin technology, proprietary...

New Meritor Trailer Suspension Aimed at Vocational Operators

May 5, 2010
ArvinMeritor on Wednesday unveiled a new series of durable air-ride trailer suspensions for North American vocational operators. The Meritor Trailing-Arm...

When The Price Is Right

February 1, 2007
Spec'ing for low maintenance may cost more up front, but can pay off in reduced work and increased uptime.