Rolf Lockwood thinks a significant corner has been turned in the quest to bring hydrogen to the highway in heavy trucks. Read more in his Locking it In blog.
Electric trucks are getting all the headlines right now, notes HDT executive contributing editor Rolf Lockwood. But there are still plenty of viable internal combustion options still on the table, too.
After more than four decades, semi-retirement beckons for the original "motor-noter," Rolf Lockwood.
As trucks and trailers become more complex, we need to deliberately apply real skills and not simply rely on "common sense" at the risk of our safety and the safety of those around us.
The driver shortage is a touchy subject. Some say it's just the turnover of truckers finding better jobs at other fleets. Contributing Editor Rolf Lockwood thinks there may be more to it than that.
We’ve all heard about hacking computerized vehicles, but the risk may be worse than you think. A hacker with only modest resources could launch a massive attack against our automotive infrastructure.
An environmentally supportable fuel that can be home-grown at your local landfill. Renewable natural gas – read biomethane – seems like a tidy solution.
Every time Rolf Lockwood sees a policeman or a tow-truck driver working at the side of a busy road, he gets the willies. Read more in the Locking it In blog.
There are many lifers in the trucking industry and in 2019 it seems that so much has changed that it's hard to pinpoint just how different it has become, finds Executive Contributing Editor Rolf Lockwood.
There’s no shortage of information on wheel integrity: posters, pamphlets, simple one-page instruction sheets and a bunch of YouTube videos, not to mention mandatory day-long wheel-installation courses. We’re inundated with education on how to make sure wheels stay attached to the truck.