Volvo unveiled its newly improved VNX model Wednesday, its first redesign of the heavy-haul truck since it was introduced at the Mid-America Trucking Show back in 2013.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration granted agriculture truckers a second 90-day reprieve from regulations requiring electronic logging devices on big trucks.
Navistar completed an overhaul of its International truck brand lineup Wednesday when it the unveiled the International MV, a medium-duty work truck, at the Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.
February orders for new trucks in the heaviest Class 8 weight segment are surging compared with year-ago levels.
Time is running out for truckers still resisting a federal mandate that forces them to transition over to electronic logging devices to digitally track driving hours.
Labor attorneys filed a class-action lawsuit to have truckers at Southern California’s port complex reclassified to employees from independent truckers.
Toyota Motor North America issued a recall for about 64,901 2018 Tundra trucks and Sequoia SUVs because of an electrical problem with the vehicle’s stability control system.
A series of recent economic reports points to a strong outlook for trucking in 2018.
Paccar is recalling 1,938 Class 8 trucks because of a software glitch that incorrectly displays which gear the transmission shifter is in, increasing the risk of a crash.
Peterbilt unveiled its new UltraLoft sleeper in its flagship Model 579 truck in hopes of attracting more customers with its roomier cab design and increased fuel economy due.