The NHTSA has designed a rule that will require all new trucks to come standard with stability control systems. This is part of an initiative that will help reduce the risk of serious rollover crashes involving trucks.
Trucking is a vital aspect of the U.S. economy and a deficit of drivers has the potential to hold back overall industry growth.
The ATA has released a study that shows a 1.6-percent drop in the fatality rate from 2012 to 2013. Over the past decade, the fatality rate has plunged 39.2 percent.
The results of a new study found no link to new diesel engines and lung cancer, a significant improvement when compared to pre-2007 engines.