How e-commerce, consolidation, new competition, and technology and integration are changing the aftermarket.
The Truck Parking Information Management Systems project is the first real attempt at a comprehensive system to help truck drivers find available nearby parking.
A California Supreme Court decision has made it much tougher for trucking companies to use owner-operators in the state, some groups say it will effectively end the practice. Commentary by Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge.
Whether you rip out your old system or upgrade your current one, keeping pace with technology is key to success.
SuperTrucks have been called a waste of taxpayer money or government-funded marketing. Executive Contributing Editor Rolf Lockwood might disagree.
Even the fifth wheel, the most basic of trucking components, is finally getting a technological update to make them safer and easier to use.
We talk with Greg Gantt, president and CEO of Old Dominion Freight Line about the sizzling freight market, hiring drivers, ELDs and his career in trucking.
There is no dearth of trailer makers in North America. Some trailer makers succeed with volume-driven pricing, others turn out specialized and customized models. Either way making trailers is about knowing what your customers want. Here is our annual update of product developments from major trailer makers.
The last line of defense a fleet has in proper parts purchasing is the person selling the part. That's why relationships still matter, says Aftermarket Contributing Editor Denise Rondini.
Link’s newest and yet-to-be-released cab suspension smooths out the bumps like never before.