CharIN has been working to promote the CCS electric vehicle charging standard in passenger vehicles. Now it wants to extend the standard to heavy- and medium-duty vehicles.
Stoneridge’s new Mirror Eye technology replaces side mirrors with cameras and digital displays, which it says could revolutionize driver safety.
The Georgia Department of Transportation has planned an unprecedented barrier-separated, commercial vehicle-only lane project. It would also be the country’s first smart commercial vehicle corridor.
The Weather Company is looking to change the way the trucking industry interacts with weather data, starting with a new tool released last May.
As telematics, sensors and computerization in tractors have become standard features, comparable technologies in the trailers hooked behind are finally catching up.
In the first quarter of 2018, Navistar International Corp. reported a $73 million loss, though the company said its results were better than expected.
While driverless big trucks remain fodder for press releases and experiments, the trucking industry is making other levels of autonomous technology increasingly standard.
UPS will begin real-world road testing of plug-in electric delivery trucks this year, designed in collaboration with Workhorse Group Inc.
The City of Long Beach joins the City of Los Angeles in the debate about how port truck drivers are paid at the nation’s largest port complex.
Since leaving Tesla, Ian Wright has focused on electrification of the heavy-duty vehicles that made economic sense. The EV industry veteran tells Trucks.com how things have progressed.
Los Angeles is diving into the long-standing debate about how truck drivers are paid at the city’s giant port complex.