The rising price of Workhorse Group stock, helped by GM’s positive statements, has allowed the company to raise $25 million to meet production targets on electric-powered step vans.
Ford recalls Econoline-based buses and ambulances because a bad clutch weld could stall vehicles, forcing schoolchildren to change buses and delay patient medical treatment.
Autonomous trucking startup TuSimple has co-created a community college certificate program to lure experienced drivers out of the cab and into monitoring robot trucks.
Truckers argue for jettisoning the 30-minute rest break after eight hours behind the wheel as FMCSA hours-of-service rule changes near public release.
FCA is recalling Ram pickup trucks to reprogram software that could disable air bags and seat belt pretensioners.
: Paccar Inc. has recalled 2020 models of Peterbilt and Kenworth trucks because outside mirror glass can fall to the ground and cause a crash.
The use of dash cameras in heavy-duty trucks has nearly doubled because video evidence helps fix blame in crashes, and they integrate with other safety technology.
Electrification gets the buzz, but Isuzu and Cummins are partnering to jointly develop less-polluting diesel engines as greenhouse gas rules get tougher.
A backlog of trucks waiting to be built, a slowing economy and tepid freight growth send May orders plummeting to a three-year low.
Threatened tariffs on Mexican imports coupled with higher taxes on Chinese goods could grind on trucking industry already seeing signs of slowing.
Daimler Trucks executive Roger Nielsen tells Trucks.com that battery electric powertrains may take as long as diesel did to fully develop, but his company is pointing in that direction.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has recalled 2018-2019 Ram 1500 4x4 pickups because an incomplete rear drive shaft weld can separate and lead to a crash.