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American Trucking Associations, Truckload Carriers Association find common ground to promote higher truck size and weight measures
Readers comment on report calling for CSA modifications...DEF Mobile Locator and Transflo Now! app reviews
Obama asked to withdraw hours rewrite...ATA, TCA jointly call for increased truck productivity...NTTC says halt two rulemakings... Truckload turnover hits three-year high...Cross-border truck program launches
C.R. England unveils LNG fleet
Court overturns port's owner-operator ban
Future success calls for more than dependable transportation
Who files a claim for damaged freight?
With Volvo's XE13 optimized powertrain, the future is now
Medium-duty quality up, satisfaction down...Goodyear's fleetHQ program on milestone pace...Cat's CT660 vocational truck road test...Navistar, Caterpillar announce global truck alliance
OEMs reluctant to extend oil drain intervals for 2010 engines
Carriers expand services through customer relationships, technology
PeopleNet, SpeedGuage team for speed monitoring...Transflo Express Website revamped...Xata announces Compliance Connect
New advancements in on-board scales put weight in fleet management
The Pittsburgh-based bulk hauler built upon its collision avoidance technology to develop an award winning safety program that emphasizes driver participation and education.
The rapid growth of smartphones, tablets and mobile devices has created a wave of new software development aimed at both consumers and businesses. The lines have blurred, and with 24/7 operations and mobile workers, the transportation industry is full of executives, managers and drivers looking for smarter and more efficient ways to get things done.
Compared to years past, this year's crop of entrants in CCJ's Five Flashiest Fleets contest showed an increasing trend for tractor-trailer integration - some of which made the final cut for this year's recognition. They did so with bold lines and dramatic color combinations that tie the tractor and trailer together into a single well-planned package.
Experts say the next generation of batteries in trucks and tractors will be smaller and lighter with greater energy storage capacity. Moreover, these batteries will be smarter - controlling and prioritizing energy consumption and acting on their own to counteract temperature extremes.
The light-duty truck market isn't seeing many changes for 2012, but the same can't be said for the medium-duty truck makers, which are launching several new models and introducing big redesigns, updated engines and revamped platforms.
The trailer exhaust stack on John Doe's tractor smashed into an overhead door that had been lowered without his knowledge. Was this a preventable accident?