According to ACT Research, North American Class 8 net orders dropped sequentially in September, but they continue to grow year over year.
ARDCO launched new AMT Dump Beds for the Articulating Multi-Purpose Truck (AMT), offering payloads of 10 to 20 tons, volume upgrades for lighter materials, and tire options to suit extreme conditions.
Nissan Motor Corp. has named Jennifer Moser as its director of fleet sales. Moser, who began the role in September, replaces Marty Gleason.
General Motors has introduced new options available only to fleet purchasers on several of its 2019 models, including Chevrolet's Bolt EV, Cruze, Malibu, Sonic, and its new medium-duty trucks.
Volvo Group stock fell after the Sweden-based truck and engine maker announced it was investigating the potential failure of a critical emissions control component used on engines sold primarily in Europe and North America.
Workhorse Group Inc. has launched initial production of its new Workhorse NGEN-1000, a lightweight battery-electric delivery truck.
General Motors is recalling an estimated 2016-2018 30,289 Chevrolet Express full-size vans and GMC Sierra pickups equipped with a single, manual, rear climate control module for potential overheating problems.
XL is upfitting six hybrid electric (HEV) Ford F-250 trucks and one hybrid electric Ford Transit passenger van for the City of Sacramento, Calif.
Advanced Driver Training Services has hired Mark Giangrasso as its director of sales and marketing to help fleet clients reduce their crash rates and improve driver safety by employing the most appropriate training solutions.
General Motors has begun offering an extended bumper-to-bumper warranty to its customers that matches the time span of the powertrain warranty. The new bumper-to-bumper warranty is available on new vehicles purchased on or after Oct. 15 for the 2018 or 2019 model year.
Navistar has repaid in full the 4.5% senior subordinated convertible notes that it issued in October 2013.
Texas led the nation in distracted driving deaths in 2017, as 366 people lost their lives as a result of an inattentive driver, according to the National Safety Council’s analysis of 2017 data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).