While some fleets may view electronic logging devices only as a regulatory requirement, the data they collect can be integrated with mobile communication and back-office systems to improve efficiency, long-range planning and safety.
When we’re talking about autonomous vehicles, the ethics questions are many, and developing a single ethical standard may be harder than it sounds.
If your fleet needs new Class 8 trucks, there’s plenty to pick from, including several brand-new models and a host of advanced features.
James Dyson offers evidence that battery and electric motor technology are advancing more quickly than most of us think.
Truck electrical systems have become highly sophisticated, requiring more sophisticated maintenance and diagnostics. That's why it's critical that technicians and fleets stay up to speed.
A new engine fan helped one Texas refuse fleet cut maintenance costs while boosting safety.
Flooring is a critical part of the trailer spec and floors are key when deciding how long you plan to keep the trailer. Get the floor right, and your trailer will last the proper length of time.
As 2018 draws to a close, we checked in with aftermarket experts to get their thoughts on the aftermarket for 2019.
Having two systems at work to protect your tire investment may be better than having just one.
Heavy Duty Trucking magazine's Safety and Compliance award winner tips his hat to drivers and leadership.
Kenworth’s T880S was engineered to meet bridge laws for axle spacing and weight limits, but it looks very nice in highway trim.
Stress is a part of everyday reality. In fact, a certain amount is actually beneficial. But too much stress, or not learning to manage our stress, can destroy our health.