Former USA Truck CEO James Reed recently joined Kodiak Robotics as chief operating officer. What's the former fleet exec's perspective on self-driving truck technology? Reed joins HDT's Deborah Lockridge on HDT Talks Trucking to talk about the move and the state of the autonomous-truck industry.
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Matt Horton, CEO of Voltera Power, talks to Jim Park on HDT Talks Trucking about BEV charging infrastructure challenges for trucking.
There's a lot more to adopting electric trucks than batteries and range, as HDT's Deborah Lockridge explores in this conversation with Hendrickson's Jeff Sass in this podcast.
EPA's new diesel emissions rule sets very aggressive NOx reduction targets and gives engine makers a very short timeline to get it done. How will these changes affect fleets and truck makers?
Hear from ACT Research Senior Analyst Tim Denoyer about the likelihood of a pre-buy ahead of the new EPA 2027 emissions rules in this HDT Talks Trucking podcast.
The FMCSA has proposed some significant changes to its Safety Measurement System, which is how it prioritizes motor carriers for enforcement. What will those changes mean to trucking companies?
Electric and alternative-fuel vehicles aren't new to UPS, but the company recently took delivery of its first fully electric Class 8 truck, a Freightliner eCascadia. Learn more in this episode of HDT Talks Trucking.
Automatic electronic tolling is becoming more and more common. But a missed plate-read or other error can quickly add up to big bucks. Listen to learn more.
After a test drive, HDT’s Equipment Editor Jim Park sat down with Thomas Healy to talk about the thinking behind the ERX, the benefits of range-extender configurations, and the GHG reduction potential of renewable natural gas.
Listen as Waabi's Dustin Koehl, a former fleet manager and HDT Emerging Leader, explains how the startup company's approach to autonomous trucks is different.
HDT Equipment Editor Jim Park sat down with the new CEO of Nikola, Michael Lohscheller, for a wide-ranging discussion on the state of the company and its battery-electric and hydrogen fuel cell trucks.
As of January 2024, most refrigerated truck fleets operating in California will need to have at least 15% of the fleet converted to fully electric refrigeration units. In this Leadership Insights podcast, we explore what that rule will mean for fleets large and small.
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