General Motors will invest $20 million in its Arlington Assembly plant in Texas, which will fund upgrades for a new full-size SUV it plans to built at the plant, the company has announced.
Xantrex is offering a lineup of solar solutions, starting with rigid panel and flexible panel roof-mounted solar kits and expansion kits to accommodate future upgrades or expansion.
Effective immediately, 2020 model-year Allison-transmission-equipped Hinos include a five-year unlimited mile transmission warranty.
The all-new 2020 Silverado HD is longer, wider, and taller than its predecessor. Members of the media were given the opportunity to test drive the new trucks in Bend, Ore.
The 2020-MY Duramax diesel Silverado delivered high fuel economy during a first drive event. General Motors’ John Schwegman talks about how this more fuel-efficient and powerful pickup can work for fleets.
With the addition of four new air disc rotor part numbers to its specialty rotor line, Raybestos offers increased coverage for air disc applications, and intends to release additional part numbers later this year.
The National Safety Council predicts that there will be a more than 6% increase in roadway fatalities during the Fourth of July weekend compared to a year ago with 565 deaths over the four days.
U.S. Congressman Paul Gosar did not offer an amendment to the FY-2020 Department of Energy budget, one that would have eliminated funding for the Clean Cities program.
Chevrolet showcased the fuel efficiency of the 2020 3.0L Duramax Diesel Silverado 1500 at a first-drive event in Bend, Ore.
A proverb is a phrase that gives real-world advice learned from practical experience. Upfitting is complicated and there are many opportunities to make mistakes, sometimes very expensive ones. Here are 10 proverbs for a successful upfit.
U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for updating its heavy-duty natural gas vehicle fuel system tank inspection labeling requirements now match recommended guidance procedures the NGVA previously developed after a lengthy and collaborative review process.
Training on the operational differences between AOBRDs and ELDs is a critical component of the plan to help reduce the frustrations your drivers and operations department may experience on the first few days of your ELD launch.