Safety & Compliance: Using a Simulator in Your Safety Program
Although driving simulators have been around for a long time, the current technology is more sophisticated, takes up less space and more affordable.
7 Ways to Get the Most Out of A Driver Simulator Program
Driving simulators today are more sophisticated, take up less space and are more affordable. How do you make sure you're choosing the right one for your company...
Gas-to-Liquids Technology Makes Fuel, Oil From Natural Gas
A a giant facility in Qatar, Shell is turning natural gas into products normally produced from crude oil — fuel, base oils, paraffin, kerosene, etc.
Goodyear Picks New Truck Mooring System for its Blimp
What does a Mack Truck have to do with the Goodyear Blimp? Deborah Lockridge explores the topic in her "All That's Truckikng" blog.
Commentary: Safety and Compliance — Everyone’s Problem
From drivers to dispatchers to upper management, safety and compliance is everyone's responsibility, says Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge in her August Editor...
Fiery Crash Video Paints Portrait of Brave and Caring Truckers
A dash-cam video that surfaced this week of a trucker's reaction after witnessing a fiery crash paints a portrait of truckers that's good for the industry. Debo...
Q&A: Bill Chamblee, Trucking Defense Attorney
Earlier this year, attorney Bill Chamblee successfully defended FFE Transportation in a $3.5 million lawsuit after an accident between a company truck and a pol...
Another Exec Gets a Taste of Life on the Road
An announcement about J.J. Keller's president riding along with women truckers prompts a blog post from Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge about the importance o...
On-And-Off Engine Patterns Can Be Hard on Oil
Fleets that do city deliveries are increasingly turning vehicles off during deliveries rather than letting them idle. While this saves fuel and cuts emissions, ...
CNBC Series Provides Lopsided Portrayal of Truck Safety
A CNBC series called "Collision Course" has drawn a heated response from the American Trucking Associations, which called it "an outrageously inaccurate image" ...