The freight brokerage process needs to – and will – adopt digitalized solutions.
Truck fleet owners need to increase technological savvy and change some ways of thinking to obtain and keep millennial drivers.
With an economic slowdown expected, trucking companies should take some steps to ensure they survive, and possibly even thrive.
J.D. Power analyst says added financial incentives and the used market are changing the way buyers purchase vehicles.
Blockchain may be a bit costly, but it has the potential to provide security needed in today’s internet-based world.
Human-free trucking will require decisions regarding not just technology, but also policy and logistics.
New 2020 Ford F-Series Super Duty Truck Line Illustrates how automakers use grilles to differentiate trim levels and their trucks from rivals.
Few jobs are as stressful as that of the long-haul trucker. But there’s help for drivers who feel no one is listening.
Electric trucks are in service now, and fleet owners must decide how best to provide their vehicles' charging needs.
Electric vehicles have their own pollution issues, but natural gas is clean, available and plentiful, making it a strong solution.
Today’s trucks are quipped with more safety features than ever, but that doesn’t mean drivers can let their guards down.