Daimler Trucks North America LLC is recalling as many as 9,093 Freightliner Business Class M2 medium-duty trucks from the 2018 and 2019 model years for an incorrectly installed steering shaft assembly, according to federal records.
A newly-formed alliance of fleet associations, telematics providers, and the nation's largest rental car provider have asked the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for a public hearing to help clarify who will control access to vehicle data.
By allowing trucks to bypass scales, Drivewyze enables drivers to deliver loads at a faster rate while maximizing paid driving time.
Dorman’s newest catalog includes full images for every part, a complete index and a fold out ABS Sensor buyer’s guide poster.
EDGE3 Technologies announced the commercial launch of a new platform: CloudDETECT, which identifies unsafe behaviors so that fleet managers may proactively improve overall fleet safety.
Scott Woodrome of FedEx Freight as the Bendix Grand Champion took home the title of Bendix Grand Champion at the American Trucking Associations’ 2018 National Truck Driving Championships in Columbus, Ohio, Aug. 18.
Congested roadways can lead to disgruntled, fatigued and even hostile drivers. Yet, many drivers do not realize that they can actually help prevent traffic jams, or at the very least, avoid making them worse.
Agility Fuel Solutions has received certification from the California Air Resources Board for its first natural-gas-powered engine, the company announced.
Ford Motor Co. will offer 23 vehicles in its 2023 lineup, which is three more than it offers today, even though it will drop most passenger cars from its portfolio, a top executive told the Detroit News.
Three Republican Senators introduced a companion bill to the DRIVE-Safe Act that was proposed in the House of Representatives earlier this year that would lower the age requirement for new interstate truck drivers to 18 under certain conditions.
The name change reflects its continued commitment to providing specialized equipment to the transmission and distribution markets, as well as increased investment and growth in the specialized assets needed to support the telecom, rail, and other markets.
Volvo Trucks North America recently welcomed home the very first Volvo truck model to roll off the assembly line at its New River Valley assembly facility in Dublin, Va.