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Electric is Big, but Hydrogen will be Bigger
Pulsing Back-of-Trailer Lamps Aim to Prevent Crashes
Why You Need to Build a Strong Safety Culture

Why You Need to Build a Strong Safety Culture

Some of the top concerns trucking fleets have today — rising insurance costs, “nuclear verdicts,” the driver shortage — could all be addressed through improving a company’s safety culture, says HDT Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge in her blog.

July 2, 2021

7 Elements of an Effective Fleet Safety Program
Why Contactless Payment Isn't Just a Pandemic Solution
How Supply Chain Tech is Ushering in the Next Generation of Trucking
Infrastructure on Capitol Hill: On Two Tracks to Somewhere
The Driver Shortage: We're Not Alone

The Driver Shortage: We're Not Alone

The challenges facing truck drivers and the trucking companies trying to hire them share commonalities around the globe, says Rolf Lockwood in his latest Locking it In blog post.

June 11, 2021

5 Ways to Improve Vehicle Underperformance
Good Data is Essential

Good Data is Essential

Data is important. But how do you determine what data is essential for your fleet and how do you ensure it’s accurate so it can become actionable?

May 31, 2021

Owner-Operator Model in Trucking Continues to Face Challenges
Designing a 14-Foot Trailer

Designing a 14-Foot Trailer

Trailers are 13 feet, 6 inches high, right? Not for Hub Group, which developed a special 14-foot-high trailer spec for a dedicated customer based in California. Learn more in the Trailer Talk blog.

May 13, 2021

CARB Comes for Reefer Trailers

CARB Comes for Reefer Trailers

A new round of emissions control regulations decreed by the California Air Resource Board will begin affecting refrigerated trailer and TRU design and operations next year.

April 29, 2021

Gaming Out The Biden Infrastructure Proposal on Capitol Hill
3 Factors That May Support Commercial Services at Rest Areas

3 Factors That May Support Commercial Services at Rest Areas

The Reason Foundation’s Robert Poole suggests the Interstate System should have state-of-the-art service plazas, and that three factors may lead to support for reconsideration of the no-commercial-services rule for interstate rest areas.

April 16, 2021

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