Without question, truckers need a new solution to the constant lower-back pain that plagues so many who spend long hours on the road, and Daimler Trucks is aiming to solve this problem with the help of virtual tools.
The winner of Goodyear’s 32nd North America Highway Hero Award risked his own life to save a police officer when a prisoner transport went horribly wrong.
Since 2003, KELMAR Safety has helped companies host truck rodeos and forklift competitions. No matter the size of truck, KELMAR Safety is able to help create a custom course and obstacles that address the unique safety challenges a company might be facing.
The California Construction Trucking Association is planning to take its fight against the state truck and bus regulation to the next level.
The three finalists for this 32nd-annual award faced grave dangers, but all pushed forward to help a driver in need. Here are there brave stories.
The American Trucking Association opened 2015 with some good news for truckers, and the economy: Its for-hire truck tonnage index reached an all-time high in January 2015.
Daimler Trucks North America is paying up $2.4 million in Oregon's largest settlement for a civil rights complaint filed by state regulators.
Customizing engine parameters can improve a fleet’s efficiency 5 to 8 percent on average and save thousands of dollars each year.
The staggering increase in truck collisions in recent years could be slowed if the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration makes forward-collision avoidance and mitigation braking (F-CAM) technology a standard feature of trucks 10,000 pounds and up, claims a group of safety advocates.
The ATA has set its sights big with its 2015 lobbying agenda, hoping to address some of the industry's biggest issues.