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Truck on production line at Volvo plant

North American Class 8 orders in June approached replacement levels and reached the second-highest volume of the year.

Volkswagen AG vehicle owners can sue the carmaker over diesel-emission manipulation anywhere in the European Union, the bloc’s top court said in its first ruling on the scandal.

The Federal Highway Administration awarded $15.1 million in Surface Transportation System Funding Alternatives grants July 9.

More than $160 million in transportation aid will be directed to local government agencies in Wisconsin, state officials recently announced.

FMCSA would receive $881 million for operations during the next fiscal year under legislation a House panel approved July 8.

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Jack Mahar, 5, set up a free refreshment stop for delivery drivers

As America grapples with the coronavirus and daily life is altered, the nation's truck drivers are among those who are risking their personal health and doing the hard work to keep products moving. And their effort is being recognized. Here are some examples.

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Elon Musk speaks during a discussion at the Satellite 2020 Conference in Washington on March 9.

Tesla Inc.’s Elon Musk said the carmaker is on the verge of developing technology to render its vehicles fully capable of driving themselves, repeating a claim he has made for years but been unable to achieve.

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Driver’s Untreated Sleep Apnea Contributed to 2018 Fatal Crash, NTSB Says

A National Transportation Safety Board investigation concluded that lack of a “robust medical certification evaluation process” on the federal level to identify and treat commercial drivers at high risk for obstructive sleep apnea was one of three safety issues that contributed to a fatal, multivehicle heavy truck-involved crash in 2018.

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