Drivers for California Cartage Co and its subsidiaries allege the port companies, which haul about 10 percent of all freight at the Port of Los Angeles, have violated federal and state laws, alleging wage theft and driver misclassification.
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy named two pickup trucks, the Chevy Colorado Diesel and the Ford F-150 to its “greener choices” list this year but placed one popular truck, the Toyota Tundra in its “meanest” rankings for poor fuel efficiency.
Toyota is recalling 2016 and 2017 model year Tundra trucks because of a defect that may cause a portion of the rear bumper to break away, which could cause injuries.
Volkswagen used 20,000 Lego bricks in a custom-built display to recreate its iconic Microbus and its newest vehicle, the 2018 Atlas, at the Chicago Auto Show.
Consumer Watchdog claims Otto, which is owned by Uber, does not have proper self-driving permits as required by California law, as well as operating vehicles that exceed the weight limit of the state’s current testing requirements.
The Truck Trailer Manufacturers Association and the Racing Enthusiasts and Suppliers Coalition are seeking to overturn parts of the Environmental Protection Agency’s stringent Phase 2 greenhouse gas standards.
Old Dominion truck driver Rhonda Hartman was the only woman selected to the American Trucking Associations "Road Team" – a 20-member all-star team of drivers that serve as industry ambassadors.
Both Penske and its drivers support a settlement in a nine-year class-action dispute over wages for meal and rest breaks. Final approval of the proposed deal is set for Feb. 27.
Navistar International Corp. is close to a final settlement with shareholders over allegations the truck maker made false and misleading statements about the benefits of a diesel engine technology that failed to meet EPA standards.
The American Transportation Research Institute, or ATRI, released its Top 100 list of the most congested bottlenecks for truckers in the U.S. Atlanta had the worst bottleneck but Texas had the most.