There has to be a business case for fleets to invest in new tech like platooning and electric trucks - a benefit in terms of safety, efficiency, or other factors that eventually will go to the bottom line. Commentary by editor in chief Deborah Lockridge.
Many carriers are increasing driver pay to fill empty seats, and some are trying to change how drivers are paid altogether.
Armed with more information, executive contributing editor Rolf Lockwood revisits the fatal crash of an autonomous Uber vehicle in Arizona to determine who or what was really at fault.
In a recent survey, most fleets averaged a breakdown every 9,136 miles but the best-in-class fleets had breakdowns every 33,809 miles. So what are they doing different?
What has Evan Lockridge learned in 20 years with HDT? He shares a list in his last column for the magazine – some about trucking and the economy, some not.