Traffic congestion costs the trucking industry $50 billion a year, and hurts manufacturers, retailers and the economy as a whole. But the solution isn't adding tolls, it's raising fuel taxes.
In his keynote speech for AutoMobility LA at the start of the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, Ford Chief Executive Mark Fields outlines the future for autonomous driving and shared mobility.
America depends on trucks to deliver our many goods, and an ongoing truck driver shortage threatens the consumer lifestyle we've become so accustomed to.
Autonomous vehicles are coming, and there are still 15 standard safety issues that lawmakers have not required developers to address.
Many in the trucking industry are reluctant to embrace autonomous trucking technology. But it could be the solution to many of the industry's biggest problems.
As trucking technology advances and trucks become more reliant on connectivity, hacking and cybersecurity risks become an exponentially bigger concern.
The collapse of Hanjin Shipping Co. has been a focus for supply chain executives, but the impact on trucking in the United States is only beginning now.
In this behind-the-scenes time lapse video produced by Trucks.com, a Ram 1500 pickup truck goes from sheet metal to a finished truck inside the Fiat Chrysler Automobile’s Warren Truck Assembly Plant in Warren, Michigan.
Trucks.com takes the brand new Ford F-250 Super Duty pickup truck off-roading in the Rocky Mountains, and it doesn't disappoint!
The federal government can add as many new trucking industry regulations to trucks as it wants, but those regulations still won't really address the root causes of truck crashes — unsafe behavior.