The Bizarre Case of the Chameleon Carrier
May 27, 2015
A case of mistaken identity and murder charges in the wake of one defendant cooperating with federal investigators. Sounds like something from an FBI...
Truck Racing Returns
May 22, 2015
After nearly a month since its inaugural event, big rig racing -- returning to the U.S. after a 22-year hiatus -- is heating up with race events two...
Commentary: Trucks vs. Trains Déjà Vu
May 14, 2015
Once again, we have the two sides fighting over which mode is safer and which mode is better for the environment. And not necessarily fighting fair.
Competing With the Big Guys
May 14, 2015
We spoke with the top executives of several successful fleets of between 50 and 100 vehicles to learn how they compete in an era where running a trucking...
Trucks Turn Out for Make-A-Wish Convoy
May 11, 2015
Thousands of spectators lined the roads in the Lancaster, Pennsylvania, area as hundreds of truckers (and some unusual other vehicles) took part in the...
How Regulations Inspired Daimler's Autonomous Truck
May 6, 2015
As it showcased its Freightliner Inspiration Truck automated truck, Daimler Trucks North America talked about sources for its inspiration -- primarily...
Finding the Missing Truth
May 5, 2015
A trucker rear-ends a car at 50 mph in broad daylight on a nearly deserted Interstate highway, killing a 10-year-old child and injuring others in the car....
The Good, Bad and Ugly of Local Media and Trucking
April 30, 2015
From a happy trucking couple to a one-sided "investigation" of cheating on logbooks, Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge takes a look at a few of the local...
A Personalized Approach to Driver Training
April 29, 2015
Drivers needing CDL training (and the fleets that employ them) in Lincoln, Ill., have a new option in town. Learn more in Deborah Lockridge's "All That's...
Oil and Gas Industry Shake-up
April 24, 2015
America's booming domestic oil and gas industry is not as booming as it was. Lower oil prices have left some wells unfinished, and new reports from...