Keeping a company’s most vital information safe requires a company-wide effort.
The circumstances behind the 2009 crash of a passenger jet illustrate why we should take it slow on the road to autonomous driving.
An explosion of new technology has added an unprecedented range of choices that are changing the way vocational fleets spec and work their trucks.
The law is one thing, company policy another, but the relationship between driver and dispatcher is where reality happens.
What can the modern maintenance manager learn from productivity tools designed for manufacturing? Quite a lot.
DPF and aftertreatment systems may be a maintenance nightmare, but they aren’t going away. It’s up to you to figure them out.
Truck rental and leasing companies say the electronic logs mandate presents problems for them and their customers.
Boasting a turnover rate as low as 33%, Tribe Express’ roster includes veteran truckers between 50 and 60 years old, as well as an increasing number of younger (age 28 to 35) and female drivers.
If you found Ford’s previous F-650 and F-750 useful, comfortable and easy to drive, you’ll feel the same way about the new generation.
No matter how well-made trucks are, they are going to break down occasionally, and they will always require maintenance on a regular basis. Enter the need for finding qualified technicians and then retaining them.
A hybrid electric-drive trailer tandem being developed by a group of engineers at Hyliion Inc. in Pittsburgh, Pa. The device, which for now has no official name, is undergoing road testing and should be ready for the market in mid-2017,
You don’t think about “lightweight” when talking about lowboys, which are often long and multi-axled. Nevertheless, today’s heavy-haul trailers are not as heavy as their predecessors – but it’s a careful balance.
Road salts damage steel and aluminum wheels, and there are proper ways to maintain and repair them.