What fleets need to know about the sunsetting of 2G and 3G technologies and the upcoming jump to 5G.
Fleets share lessons learned in the nearly 12 months since the electronic logging device mandate went into full effect.
When your trailers outnumber your tractors almost five to one, you need peace of mind when it comes to asset protection. For Vaughan Xpress, that meant installing Road Ready’s smart trailer system.
Before the industry began eyeing the possibility of driverless semis, there was a little car secretly driving around the country with no one at the wheel. This has now evolved into a new project, Waymo Via, which is looking to make autonomous trucking and local delivery a reality.
Battery-electric commercial vehicles will soon become a common sight on the roads. But what about the charging infrastructure and how it will tax the electrical grid?
Keeping your fleet on the road is more than just ensuring your trucks are ready to roll; trailers need love, too.
Taking a cue from many of the virtual events since the onset of COVID-19, Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems brought attendees a live demo that could be experienced from their home offices.
According to author Robert Bryce, the move away from diesel will take more than just a desire to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE), along with the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), released a report on a three-prong electrification framework that could make electric trucks a reality in states other than just California.
Recently, UPS dipped its toes a little deeper into the electric truck market with the acquisition of a Freightliner eCascadia battery-electric Class 8 truck.
The leaders of the Federal Highway Administration and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration lauded trucking for its work during COVID-19 and addressed safety issues such as truck parking and advanced driver assistance systems during the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's 2020 Trucking Safety Summit.
Truck driver appreciation, technology, and collaborating on new safety compliance standards are all key to meeting fleet safety goals, says Phil Byrd, CEO of Bulldog Hiway Express and head of the Daseke Leadership Council.
There isn’t anything much greener than vegetables, so if that’s part of your company name, you better make sure you are, too. For Veritable Vegetable, an organic supplier and transporter based in San Francisco, it is part of how it meets its customers’ — and its community’s — needs.
Last year, SmartDrive Systems, a provider of video-based safety and transportation intelligence, was named one of Deloitte's 2019 Technology Fast 500 for the sixth year in a row. We talked to CEO Steve Mitgang about the award, the company, and video-based safety technology in general.
In a bold move, Daimler Truck AG and the Volvo Group agreed to join forces in an effort to speed up the development, establishment and acceptance of fuel cell vehicles – at a time when much of the focus on electric trucks among legacy truck makers has been on battery-electric solutions.