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Used trucks on dealership lot

Used Class 8 truck sales in October increased 7% year-over-year to 21,500 units from 20,100 units, ACT Research reported.

American Trucking Associations is leading opposition to legislation in Congress aiming at recasting how certain commercial drivers are compensated.

Navistar’s sustainability commitments go back more than 20 years, but in 2023, it has sharpened its focus.

After the enactment of a short-term government funding bill, congressional fiscal 2024 budget negotiations are expected to continue through the holidays.

Nearly 30% of crash-related truck towing invoices included excessive rates or unwarranted additional charges, according to an American Transportation Research Institute analysis.

Tesla Cybertruck

After two years of delays and production snags, Tesla Inc. has finally handed the first Blade Runner-esque Cybertrucks over to customers.

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Atlanta Joins Top Tier of Global Supply Chain Powers

Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport plans a nearly $500 million expansion of its air cargo facilities to accommodate steady economic growth in the southeast U.S.

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Winterization Process Requires Preparation, Training

From treacherous road conditions to freezing temperatures, even the most conscientious drivers need to exert caution on the roads during the winter.

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In-cab camera

Many fleets have adopted forward- and inward-facing cameras to coach drivers and reduce liability. Now the latest smart camera technology is taking things a step further.

A Samsara camera installation

Video-based safety systems are helping fleets prevent crashes and exonerate drivers, but successful deployment of this technology continues to hinge on driver acceptance.

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Lion production line

Canadian medium- and heavy-duty electric truck and bus maker Lion Electric laid off 150 employees, or 10% of its workforce, it said Nov. 27.

Chevrolet Bolt

Electric vehicles have proved far less reliable, on average, than gasoline-powered cars, trucks and SUVs, according to the latest survey by Consumer Reports.

Electric van

Crews have installed what’s billed as the nation’s first wireless-charging public roadway for electric vehicles beneath a street just west of downtown Detroit.

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