American Trucking Associations Chief Executive Chris Spear tells U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx that the trucking industry should have been consulted during development of new federal autonomous-vehicle policy.
General Motors is recalling 3.6 million Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup trucks and other cars and sport utility vehicles it has sold recently in the U.S. because a software glitch can prevent the front airbags from deploying in a crash.
2018 Freightliner Cascadia development teaches Daimler Trucks North America Chief Executive Martin Daum how technology will dramatically change heavy-duty trucks.
Daimler Trucks latest model of the Freightliner Cascadia is the first full redesign of the trucking industry workhorse since its introduction in 2007.
Automakers need to upgrade their car and truck factories to take better advantage of big data and digital tools.
Ford Motor Co. is recalling 2,500 late model Transit commercial vans because the fuel injection pump can fail, causing the vehicle to stall suddenly.
Potential cost-savings and other technology advances are pushing Uber to move into self-driving trucks and Ford into autonomous ride-sharing.
Ride hailing service Uber Technologies acquired Otto, which is developing kits that turn trucks into self-driving vehicles.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will recall 889 Ram 3500, 4500 and 5500 model trucks because of a flaw in the manufacturing can cause a sudden stall.
Nissan, in last place in big pickup truck sales in U.S., increases warranty to five-years, 100,000 miles to capture buyers.
Self-driving and electric trucks have the potential to yield significant economic benefits for the trucking industry, according to a report from Morgan Stanley Research.
Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk says the automaker’s focus on its Model 3 compact sedan launch will push truck and bus production into a five-year timeframe.