Program Aired: November 16, 2 p.m. ET A new, multi-year trucking study has documented how fuel-efficient driving significantly lowers the risk of accidents and critical safety events. Tune into this webinar to hear the dramatic results and learn how one trucking fleet is becoming even safer and more efficient using the ISAAC Coach system.November 16, 2023
DETROIT — The U.S. government wants to raise the fuel economy of new vehicles 18% by the 2032 model year so that all new vehicles would average about 43.5 miles per gallon in real-world driving.
General Motors Co. and Stellantis NV paid a combined $363 million in civil penalties for failing to meet U.S. fuel efficiency standards, according to filings with federal regulators.
Fuel economy for 2021 model year vehicles in the U.S. stayed flat with 2020 as people continued to buy less-efficient trucks and SUVs, according to an annual government report published Dec. 12.December 12, 2022
DETROIT — The Biden administration wants automakers to raise gas mileage and cut tailpipe pollution between now and model year 2026, and it has won a voluntary commitment Aug. 5 from the industry that electric vehicles will comprise up to half of U.S. sales by the end of the decade.
A new, free study by Michelin reveals the top three factors that affect a truck and trailer’s fuel efficiency—and how fleets can overcome them to reduce their fuel costs.November 17, 2020
Agility Fuel Solutions and XStream Trucking Inc. announced Agility will be the exclusive distributor of XStream’s TruckWings aerodynamic systems on compressed natural gas trucks in North America.February 7, 2020
General Motors Co. is moving forward with plans to revive its polarizing Hummer brand, this time as an electric truck instead of an emblem of gasoline consumption, according to people familiar with the matter.
The average fleetwide fuel economy of trucks that participated in the North American Council for Freight Efficiency’s annual study increased 15% from 6.27 miles per gallon in 2009 to 7.27 mpg in 2018.