Industry leaders show there are many paths to sustainability, from better mpg to alternative fuels to “green” facilities.
OEM comments on proposed EPA/NHTSA Phase 2 GHG regs show they’re nowhere near ready for prime time. What the agencies say in reply will speak volumes on where the rule is headed.
Executives at several large long-haul fleets talk about their efforts to keep drivers healthy and happy through wellness programs in the final installment of HDT's Driver Dilemma series.
A print magazine like Heavy Duty Trucking magazine may seem quaint. Old-fashioned. Yet magazines give you something you can’t get digitally.
The current situation surrounding the VW emissions scandal parallels trucking’s emissions difficulties that led to the “consent decree” in 1998.
Predictive cruise control uses terrain mapping and GPS satellite locating to manage the engine and transmission for efficient operation on up- and downgrades.
These complex mechanisms cushion the truck, load and driver, but too often are victims of neglect.
Lower diesel prices may have slowed interest in natural gas fuel, but liquefied natural gas can still be a good fit for certain applications.
The Dependable Companies talks providing value to customers through diversification of services in this Fleet Talk profile.
The new diesel from Kenworth and Peterbilt’s parent makes impressive power and torque, and saves 400 pounds over larger diesels.
If you haven’t spec’d a truck in the past few years, you might be surprised by how much the truck’s electrical needs have changed.
It seems like truck makers are acknowledging they have fallen short in their efforts to help fleets improve uptime and lower their total cost of ownership.
A fleet safety director offers tips on how to successfully promote safety within a fleet.
Trash-transfer trailers are highly specialized vehicles that must endure potentially destructive cargoes, yet they hold up for years of constant service.
Should tire inflation systems be part of the new federal greenhouse gas/fuel economy rules? Trucking’s track record with pressure maintenance says yes. But, uncertainty over the definition of proper inflation raises questions.