As if productivity and driver retention weren’t enough to make detention an important problem, it’s also a safety issue.
While autonomous truck technology is different from that in “self-driving cars,” could it be tarred with the same brush?
Opinions vary about the effect on the U.S. of the surprise June vote by residents of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, but you should be aware of some of the potential ramifications.
New engine oil categories call for a closer look at your engine oil strategies and offer opportunities for improving mpg.
In an era when the customer is king, the solitary truck driver is always the one at the end of the line.
Parts and service providers are making major investments to better position themselves to be the fleets’ location of choice for maintenance and repair.
Volvo’s new Crawler Gears option for the I-Shift automated manual transmission puts one or two extra-low ratios at the driver’s fingertips – or thumb tip, actually.
Not all trash trucks are born alike. The model LET2 CC is a rather roomy example in a world where most refuse trucks seat two, or three in a pinch. Senior Editor Tom Berg offers his hands-on impressions.
Peterbilt Motors’ Model 567 Heritage combines a rugged-looking vocational truck with special exterior and interior trim that harkens back to the company’s West Coast origins and days of the “large car.”