The first bleeding-edge question that’s hard to avoid when it comes to electrifying a medium- or heavy-duty truck fleet is, “Who pays what?” The next one is, “What comes first?” Infrastructure or trucks? David Cullen has some good news in Passing Zone column.
If fleets knew how top-tier tire companies engineer and test tires, they’d think of them as more than just round and black.
Newtrul CEO Ed Stockman discusses top issues facing freight brokers and motor carriers and how technology in the load-matching process can help.
This year’s HDT Top Green Fleet honorees, as well as nominations and entries, reflect a surge in zero-emission technology exploration and adoption.
In Georgia, weigh stations serve as a base of operation not just for truck weight inspectors but also for patrol officers who conduct roadside safety inspections. HDT spent a day on the scene during Roadcheck.
Nearly half of states have legalized marijuana. Drivers and motor carriers are equally frustrated with current drug testing limitations.
Heavy Duty Trucking's 2023 Truck Fleet Innovators are honored for exploring innovation in areas such as zero-emissions transportation, use of data and telematics, customer service, driver retention, safety leadership, and finding new ways to improve efficiency and customer service.
Whether freight is handled by motor carrier, broker, or 3PL, the options for how to move it are growing as the players and their roles evolve and intermingle.