Move For Hunger, a trucking industry non-profit fights food waste and hunger through an elaborate network of moving companies dedicated to feeding the hungry in North America.
A charity auction for the final Ford F-150 Raptor to be assembled during the 2017 model year garnered a winning bid of $157,000 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
The final Ford F-150 Raptor manufactured during the 2017 model year will be auctioned for a diabetes research charity by Barrett-Jackson and painted in a color of the new owner’s choosing.
Ford Motor Co. will power a 125-foot-long, 140,000-pound Rose Parade float with a fully customized V10 truck engine.
In response to a spike in online sales, UPS, FedEx and other shippers are pushing the limits of logistical capability to fulfill orders placed for delivery before Christmas.
The LeMay-America’s Car Museum is celebrating early 20th Century trucks in its “Tools of the Trade – Powering the Working Class” exhibit of vintage vehicles from the era.
Truck-simulation game enthusiasts build and drive virtual big rigs, a passion that drives online forums and walkthroughs of popular titles.
A long-lost Ford F-100 truck customized by Ed Roth was found in Oklahoma and will be restored by specialists at Galpin Motors in California.
Sometimes, truth is stranger than fiction. Just check out these trucks — some shaped like coffee pots or toes, others blinged out like brides.
“Monster Trucks,” which hits theaters in January, is the tale of a boy and his friend — a monster inside a truck. Also, a list of can’t-miss trucking movies.