The ongoing incidents of mail trucks erupting into flames while being driven through neighborhoods endangers the public and mail carriers, say consumer safety advocates.
The Postal Service completed testing new mail truck prototypes in March and expects a request for production by fall but hasn’t announced the winning design.
Peterbilt and Kenworth truck maker Paccar Inc. reported higher first-quarter 2019 financial results due to strong global truck demand and its record truck deliveries.
Venture capital funding for freight tech companies doubled in 2018, reports CB Insights, and 2019’s strong start includes third-round funding for Next Trucking.
Trial attorneys say new American Bar Association-sanctioned board certification in truck accident law will distinguish top legal talent and boost truck safety.
Trucking companies looking to buy trucks or real estate or needing working capital can tap loans backed by the Small Business Administration, but limits apply.
As the booming freight market cools, owner-operator truckers, who saw record average revenue last year, will have to cut costs to thrive in 2019, expert says.
Truck maker Navistar International Corp. reports $11 million in profits in its first fiscal quarter compared with a loss a year ago, and higher revenue.
A roundup of major court rulings and new labor laws shows the many challenges facing the trucking industry on hot-button worker issues.
Truckers and carriers face the most sweeping tax law changes in decades this year, but our tax-prep checklist can help.
U.S. cargo thefts declined last year, but average dollars lost remained flat as criminals shifted to less risky methods, new report says.