With the industry facing a shortage of qualified drivers, fleet managers are faced with the challenge of both retaining CDL drivers, as well as attracting them to their operations. Is one answer to the driver shortage introducing young people to trucking and prepping high schoolers to obtain their CDL early on? In this special report, hear from Dave Dein, the mastermind behind one of that nation’s first high school truck driver programs and a co-founder of the Next Generation Trucking Association. Learn why Dein is passionate about ushering in the next generation of truck drivers, and what he thinks fleet managers can do to make their operations more attractive to in-coming drivers.
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Christopher Hart is a former chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board and a licensed commercial pilot. He has been studying automation in transportation for years. On this episode of HDT Talks Trucking, Hart explains why he’s uneasy about sharing the road with driverless vehicles.
Ryder will soon be managing maintenance services for several fleets of autonomous vehicles. On this episode of HDT Talks Trucking, Ryder’s director of new product strategy, Mike Plasencia, explains what it takes to keep driverless trucks running.
Next spring, wireless service providers will begin shutting down their 3G wireless networks. Mobile devices still using 3G technology will quit working. On this episode of HDT Talks Trucking, Michael Bloom of SmartWitness explains what will happen when they throw the switch, and how fleets can avoid getting left in the digital dark.
In this episode of HDT Talks Trucking, Jim Castalez of Motiv Power Systems talks about what it takes to bring a fleet through a pilot project and grow it to a full-service, fully functioning electric fleet. Hint: It's about much more than just replacing the trucks.
Are you frustrated by inaccurate performance claims by fuel saving device manufacturers? Our guest on this episode of HDT Talks Trucking, Daryl Bear of Mesilla Valley Transportation Solutions, says better testing can provide more reliable data to help fleets with their buying decisions.
Despite the fuel saving benefits of FA-4 oils, fleets are wading in slowly – and for a number of good reasons. To help sort out the restrictions and explain who can start using FA 4 and who should hold off, we have with us Tom Gauerke, the National Fleet Account Manager at Chevron Global Lubricants North America.
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