Test Drive: Oshkosh S-Series Mixer
Precise concrete placement is a traditional feature for this front-discharge mixer, but relatively new is natural gas power.
Vocational Sales Climb as Construction, Energy Grow
Demand for vocational trucks and trailers continues to be pushed by oil and gas producers, road building and municipal business, according to truck manufacturer...
Propane Remains Popular Alternative Fuel in the U.S.
The country’s third most popular vehicle fuel powers everything from gas grills to medium-duty trucks.
75-Ton 9-Axle Lowboy Hauls More, Saves Money for Equipment Dealer
Bill Miller Equipment needed a trailer of higher capacity, with axle configurations and versatility to haul it through numerous states. Talbert built one. Tom B...
Test Drive: Allison’s TC10 Automatic Transmission
This 10-speed brings continuous power to a crowded field of smooth self-shifters.
Here’s to Tequila Patron, Which Made This Trailer Possible
“Now why would a trucking company that hauls booze advertise it?” I mumbled. “That’s asking for a hijacking.” Senior Editor Tom Berg investigates in his "Traile...
Meeting a Walking Oshkosh History Museum
Senior Editor Tom Berg guest-writes the All That's Trucking blog with a story of an interesting character he met recently while on assignment.
How Important are Claims About Towing Capacity?
Senior Editor Tom Berg branches out a bit in his Trailer Talk blog this week to talk about how much trailer load heavy pickups can haul. In a demonstration a co...
Back a Double-Trailer Rig? There’s an App for That
The point is productivity: A vehicle longer and more complex than the single semis normally used in most of Europe could be employed to haul more cargo in one t...
The Story Behind Peterbilt’s Anniversary Truck
After finding the "old Pete" in an Arizona desert in the mid-1990s, restorer Bob Dean decided to give this classic 1939 Peterbilt a new life just in time for th...