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Volvo, Mack Showcase Driver-Initiated Over The Air Updates at TMC
Airman Announces 'Affordable' Automated Landing Gear System

Airman Announces 'Affordable' Automated Landing Gear System

Airman Products' new Automated Landing Gear Deployment and Retraction Technology, with the flip of a switch, eliminates the manual cranking required to raise and lower a trailer’s landing gear, reducing driver exposure to a variety of musculoskeletal injuries.

February 26, 2020

TMC Reports on Rising Repair Costs, Electromechanical Braking

TMC Reports on Rising Repair Costs, Electromechanical Braking

The American Trucking Associations’ Technology & Maintenance Council is working with partners to track repair costs and study electromechanical braking. A progress report kicked off TMC's Annual Meeting in Atlanta Feb. 23.

February 23, 2020

Ensuring the Correct Tire Replacement
4 Things Every Beginning Truck Driver Should Keep in Mind
Q&A: DAT Analytics Guru Explains how Freight Forecasting Works

Q&A: DAT Analytics Guru Explains how Freight Forecasting Works

DAT Solutions announced a pilot program for a suite of new rate forecasting and market analysis tools in January ahead of a commercial launch in April. In this HDT interview, we asked the company how this new capability works and how it benefits shippers, brokers and carriers alike.

February 7, 2020

Nikola to Build Tre Electric Truck for Europe in Germany
Scania Hails Positioning Accuracy Breakthrough for Autonomous Vehicles
A Big Week for Electric Trucks

A Big Week for Electric Trucks

Did the tide just turn from "theoretical" to "eventual" on electric truck deployment in North America? HDT Senior Editor Jack Roberts thinks so.

January 31, 2020

Traton Makes Much-Anticipated Bid to Acquire Navistar
House Dems Unveil Green New Infrastructure Plan
FMCSA Extends Entry-Level Driver Training Rule Compliance Date
Roadcheck 2020 to Focus on Driver Inspections
Covenant Goes Electric to Reduce Idling

Covenant Goes Electric to Reduce Idling

When the fuel crisis of 2007-2008 hit, Covenant Transport, like virtually every other large carrier in North America, realized it needed to get its fuel consumption and costs under control. As with many fleets at the time, diesel-powered auxiliary power units were part of that solution.

January 24, 2020

Q&A: Meritor's T.J. Reed on TransPower and the Future of Electric Trucks