UPS and other carriers are starting to adopt virtual reality technology to train new truck drivers.
Freight brokers like C. H. Robinson are investing in technology and acquisitions to stop venture-backed freight-matching services from taking away market share.
Veteran long-haul mover Finn Murphy’s new book shares an inside look at the industry, its pecking order and why he went back after a 20-year break.
Rates for commercial vehicle coverage are complicating otherwise ideal conditions for starting a small trucking company.
More accidents and higher than anticipated claims payouts hurt U.S. insurers’ profits from commercial auto and truck policies in 2016, and explain why trucking companies are seeing higher premiums.
As Cargomatic stumbled, other Uber-like services for trucking have gained investments and partners. Eventually they will have to contend with Uber and Amazon.
A growing number of West and East Coast cargo terminals are adopting second-generation services built on modern technology to schedule container pickups and deliveries.
Truck driving is among the deadliest professions in America. In 2015, 745 heavy and tractor-trailer drivers died in accidents or from other causes, more than any other occupation in the country.
Truck-simulation game enthusiasts build and drive virtual big rigs, a passion that drives online forums and walkthroughs of popular titles.