The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration want public comments before changing rules for automated trucking technology.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles now has recalled 1.5 million older Ram pickup trucks because a defective lock mechanism allows the tailgate to drop suddenly.
Peterbilt Motor Co. has recalled its Model 520 used in refuse hauling and off-highway construction because melted wires can lead to a stall and crash.
Winnebago is converting commercial RVs to electric power to help educate preschoolers in Colorado and make it easier for youths in California to breathe.
Kenworth Truck Co. is recalling models with automated transmissions, tandem axles and a single parking brake that can lead to unexpected movement in cold temperatures.
Nikola Motor is shopping a weaponized version of its NZT off-roader to the U.S. military, seeking to get "Reckless" on the battlefield.
Ford has recalled its new Ranger pickup for a second transmission-related issue, this time to tighten a shift cable to prevent a roll away.
The trucking industry already was softening before the latest round of tariff increases in the U.S.-China trade war brought new challenges.
Mack Trucks has unveiled a battery-powered version of its Mack LR, joining truck makers globally in urban-use testing of battery electric garbage trucks.
Remaking the shuttered General Motors Lordstown Complex into an electric truck plant requires serial entrepreneur Steve Burns to find investors and land a big contract.
Workhorse Group stock surged and trading halted after President Donald Trump tweeted that the tiny company would buy General Motors’ shuttered Lordstown Assembly Complex.
Autocar Trucks has added its first conventional cab severe-use model to its lineup since 1988, looking to pick up more of the nation’s trash.