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RoadKing Release Hands-Free CB Radio

RoadKing Release Hands-Free CB Radio

RoadKing's Bluetooth-enabled CB radio provides a “seamless transition” between the CB radio, smartphone and Bluetooth headset with one touch.

March 2, 2021

Plus/FAW Joint Venture First to Certify Self-Driving Truck in China
Mack Adds Apple CarPlay, Updated Seats to Anthem, Pinnacle, Granite Models
Looking for an Autonomous Truck Driving Job? Waymo Is Hiring In Texas
OOIDA to Congress: Suspend HVUT for One Year
Lytx Offers Driver Identification Solution to Improve Workflow

Lytx Offers Driver Identification Solution to Improve Workflow

Lytx’s new driver identification solution, Lytx Badge, uses machine vision to make it simpler and easier for fleets to manage driver-vehicle assignments and cut out the hassle of lost key fobs, RFID tags, or other driver identification accessories.

March 26, 2020

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

Ring in New Year with Shell SuperRigs Calendar
Battery Powered HVAC Available for New Cascadia Models
Daimler Trucks Updates Vehicle Repair App
House Committee Hears Testimony on Autonomous Truck Tech
U.S. Xpress Launches Lease-Purchase Program for Drivers
Last Legs for Long-Haul Trucking?

Last Legs for Long-Haul Trucking?

A move away from long-haul to regional and super-regional routes has been predicted for years. Volvo's Magnus Koeck says that shift may already be underway.

June 6, 2017

DriverFirst Aims to Design Internationals ‘Drivers Want to Drive’
Daimler Trucks Unveils Long-Term Plan for Autonomous-Driving Trucks

Daimler Trucks Unveils Long-Term Plan for Autonomous-Driving Trucks

Daimler Trucks on Thursday shared its vision of the future of trucking trucks that can drive themselves, saying they could help solve the driver shortage problem -- but not by taking drivers out of trucks altogether. The autonomous truck project, called Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025, was demonstrated on a section of the A14 Autobahn.

July 7, 2014

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