These fleets take sustainability to the next level – through fuel economy, freight efficiency, alternative fuels, energy savings, and more.
NAS found that some of the details of how those numbers are calculated weren’t really scientifically based, or as the report said, “ad hoc and not fully supported by empirical studies.”
Suspensions are not yet completely maintenance-free. Thorough inspections can keep small problems from becoming big ones.
Charging standards will help accelerate the use of electric trucks and progress is being made.
The Kenworth W990 is a next-gen update of the classic W900 and the truck is unapologetic about what it is.
There are more options than ever for midrange truck and cargo van buyers, from powertrain and fuel choices to driver amenities.
Two compliance experts weigh in on key enforcement issues for electronic logs.
The Eaton Cummins Automated Transmission Technologies joint venture has delivered a deeply integrated powertrain with calibrations that are exactly right for the times.
EPA’s GHG Phase 2 rules are still a couple of years off, but tire makers are already designing and testing new ultra-low-rolling-resistance tires.
By adding Kinedyne’s new Kin-Slider curtain side system to its glass delivery trucks, Dearco Glass Paint & Decorating made deliveries more efficient, kept its product clean, and made its drivers’ days a little easier.
In a perfect world, trucks would never break down. In the real world even the best-made trucks need to come in for service. When that happens, fleet managers want service to be completed quickly and efficiently.
A closer look at the all-electric Class 8 truck that Volvo plans to introduce to the North American market after testing it with two California-based fleets.
Understanding the relationship between truck tonnage and railroad carloads, as well as the importance of the Purchasing Managers’ Index in forecasting the direction of truck tonnage.