The new Snap-on Heavy-Duty Tilt Back Tire Changer features a unique tower that tilts back to speed setup and accommodate 16-inch rim clearances.
As Detroit observes its 80th anniversary this year, parent company Daimler Trucks North America LLC (DTNA) is marking another important achievement – the production of its 1 millionth heavy-duty engine platform (HDEP) engine.
About 10 years after the ceremonial opening of the Development and Testing Center in Wörth am Rhein, Germany, Mercedes‑Benz Trucks will invest about another 50 million euros in the center of competence for the development work on commercial vehicles.
ZF has adapted its highly successful Powerline automatic transmission for vocational fleet applications up to 57,000 lbs., and is showing off a more advanced lanekeeping system it's working to get on commercial trucks.
The Trucking Alliance is urging every member of Congress to oppose passage of a bill proposed in the Senate that aims to rewrite the federal hours of service regulations for a very specific group of truck drivers: those hauling livestock or insects.
The new LED module offers two unique functions to increase equipment visibility to commuters and other equipment operators.
SmartDrive Systems concluded the second of two customer conferences that focused on shared learning and collaborations, discussing safety improvements stemmng from best practices.
Safe Fleet has named Ross Haith Jr. vice president of Business Development for the Work Truck division.
The 14-inch walk-in van is built on a MT45 Freightliner chassis and includes an Onan 6kW hour diesel generator with an EC-30 Energy Command System.
Ford Motor Company has issued new safety recalls for five of its vehicles, including three of its trucks, and expanded an existing recall of three vehicles, including the Edge compact SUV, according to Ford.
By declining to hear a review of J.B. Hunt's appeal to overturn a lower court ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court has allowed a class action lawsuit filed by truck drivers against the motor carrier over meal and rest break rules to go forward. The lawsuit is headed to court in September—11 years after it was initiated.
Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems has appointed Michael J. Hawthorne as its new president and CEO as well as a member of the executive board, succeeding Berend Bracht who is stepping down to take a role outside of the company.