Navistar International Corp. posted higher fourth-quarter and full-year sales and profits and forecast strong growth in 2019, closing the door on past mistakes.
Changes to federal tax law add a deduction of up to 20 percent of business income for taxpayers other than corporations, but limits and exclusions apply.
The U.S. Postal Service has pushed prototype testing for its Next Generation Delivery Vehicle program into 2019, and a key subcontractor has withdrawn from the mail truck-replacement program.
Trucking groups are pushing efforts to thwart the California Supreme Court ruling that upended requirements used to decide if a worker is an employee or an independent contractor.
Nikola Corp. raised $210 million in third-round funding, including $5 million from the Norwegian company that it awarded a fueling station equipment contract.
Navistar International Corp.’s head of global product development discusses progress on truck electrification, clean fuel efforts and automated technology development.
The USPS hired an outside firm to investigate fires in its fleet of 140,000 mail trucks, then issued driver warnings and enhanced inspections. But trucks still catch fire.
Advanced technologies for trucks might slow insurance rate hikes after years of increases, but it’s unclear whether they’ll help lower rates.
Kenworth and Peterbilt truck maker Paccar reports higher third-quarter sales and strong profits, boosted by parts sales and lower taxes.
A court ruling in an ongoing wage lawsuit against P.A.M. Transport Inc. said broader federal labor laws, not safety regulations, apply to driver hours counted for pay.
The announcement of the winning bidder for the USPS Next Generation Delivery Vehicle Program was expected soon, but political headwinds may be holding it back.