From city pick-up and delivery vans to on/off-road service units, this wide range of vehicles is seeing some of the same trends as its bigger brothers, and has a few of its own.
The skyrocketing cost of college tuition is indeed a problem. But at risk of being overlooked is the need to get more students into the nation’s trade schools.
Thanks to a combination of government regulations and market pressures, operating trucks safely has never been more mutually beneficial to fleets and drivers.
Today's complex engines may be different from in 1995 but the principles of getting better gas mileage haven't changed.
One day the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates – perhaps as early as this fall. But what will this mean for trucking?
Workflow can take automation way beyond simply replacing the pen and paper with a smartphone into which a driver keys information.
Volvo, Mack, Omnitracs have inked a deal for fleet management services straight from the factory.
As temperatures dip and the leaves change from green to yellow and red, it’s time to think about winterizing your trucks for the siege ahead.
While UPS announced that it would be making collision mitigation technology standard on its Class 8 trucks, the decision had its beginnings as far back as 2012.
Fleets and independent repair garages will soon have access to service information for model year 2010 and later trucks and buses over 10,000 pounds sold in the United States and Canada.
Fleets seem to run hot and cold on alignment and balance. Some swear by them, while others see them as unnecessary expenses.
The latest congressional proposal authorizing a 91,000-pound weight limit adds productivity, but doesn’t always make operational or economic sense.