A robust economy, coupled with demand for more trucks than are available to haul freight and hard enforcement of the electronic logging device mandate, which kicked in April 1, are causing rates to soar.
Daimler Trucks North America is recalling 7,128 heavy-duty trucks because of an electrical system defect that could spark a fire.
Strong freight demand and a healthy economy pushed first-quarter orders for heavy-duty trucks to their highest level since 2006.
The trucking industry is undergoing its best period of growth in years and should remain strong for the next 18 months before softening.
Volvo sales chief Magnus Koeck talks to Trucks.com about connectivity, electrification and automated vehicle technology.
As regulators start enforcement of a rule that makes truckers use digital driving time trackers, or ELDs, the agency in charge of the regulation conceded there are problems with the technology.
A healthy economy and strong freight demand pushed truck trailer orders and prices for used big rigs higher in February.
Daimler Trucks North America is recalling 9,480 recreational vehicle chassis because of an incorrectly routed power steering hose that could increase the risk of a fire.
Many truckers and industry insiders thought that a federal rule enacted last year that requires truckers to use electronic logging devices would disrupt freight and logistics. It hasn’t happened.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling approximately 270,250 older model Ram 1500 pickup trucks to fix a rusty fuel tank strap that can become detached.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles issued a recall for 2018 Ram ProMaster City vans because of a defect that causes hydraulic steering fluid to leak.