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History of the First Truck: 1896

The first truck in the world was designed by Gottlieb Daimler in 1896.

The first truck in the world looked like a cart with an engine and without a drawbar. The engine, called "Phoenix", was a four-horsepower-strong two-cylinder engine located at the rear.

Peterbilt Unveils New Medium Duty Models

The new Model 537 and Model 548 are built upon a brand-new customizable chassis and multiplex...

Peterbilt unveiled its new Model 537 and Model 548 trucks, designed for the Class 7 and 8 segment, and Model 535 and Model 536 trucks, designed for the Class 5/6 non-CDL lease and rental markets.

Kenworth Unveils All-New Medium Duty Line

Kenworth’s new medium-duty lineup of vocational trucks features a “car like” driving experience,...

Kenworth’s new lineup is the OEM’s first update of its medium-duty offerings since 2007, and the introduction of the first all-new models in almost 30 years. The MD trucks feature the North American debut of the Paccar TX-8 automatic transmission.

Got Questions

Got Questions? Modern Telematics Best Practices

Scott Sutarik is the VP of Commercial Vehicle Solutions at Geotab Inc. He has...

VP, Commercial Vehicle Solutions

Scott Sutarik from Geotab

VP, Commercial Vehicle Solutions

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