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Covenant Goes Electric to Reduce Idling

The fleet is currently testing three different electric APUs in long-haul service during both...

When the fuel crisis of 2007-2008 hit, Covenant Transport, like virtually every other large carrier in North America, realized it needed to get its fuel consumption and costs under control. As with many fleets at the time, diesel-powered auxiliary power units were part of that solution.

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Got Questions? AOBRD to ELD Transition

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

Associate VP, Commercial Vehicle Solutions

Scott Sutarik from Geotab

Associate VP, Commercial Vehicle Solutions

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Got Questions? Sleeper Cab Power Experts

Steve Carlson is the Xantrex OEM and fleet manager. Steve has over 20 years of...

Xantrex OEM and Fleet Manager

Steve Carlson from Xantrex

Xantrex OEM and Fleet Manager

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Faster Truck Development Cycles Help Muddy the Definition of Production

Getting designs from idea to production where the vehicles meet both regulatory and market...

What does it mean for a medium- or heavy-duty commercial truck to be “in production”? It’s a question that has come up more and more as startup truck makers developing new electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles enter the market, so the North American Council for Freight Efficiency has put out a report attempting to formulate an answer.