Federal judge gives preapproval of $135 million class action settlement covering more than 4,600 owners of 2011-2014 Navistar trucks with faulty MaxxForce engines.
The rising price of Workhorse Group stock, helped by GM’s positive statements, has allowed the company to raise $25 million to meet production targets on electric-powered step vans.
Ford recalls Econoline-based buses and ambulances because a bad clutch weld could stall vehicles, forcing schoolchildren to change buses and delay patient medical treatment.
Autonomous trucking startup TuSimple has co-created a community college certificate program to lure experienced drivers out of the cab and into monitoring robot trucks.
Ford Motor Co. issued a large recall for more than 1.2 million Explorer SUVs that could be prone to a rear suspension toe link fracture.
2013 Ford F-150s with 5- and 6.2-liter gasoline engines can shift suddenly into first gear, potentially resulting in potential loss of control.
Truckers argue for jettisoning the 30-minute rest break after eight hours behind the wheel as FMCSA hours-of-service rule changes near public release.
Electric trucks date back to the early 1900s, when they were used for local milk and bread deliveries.
FCA is recalling Ram pickup trucks to reprogram software that could disable air bags and seat belt pretensioners.
: Paccar Inc. has recalled 2020 models of Peterbilt and Kenworth trucks because outside mirror glass can fall to the ground and cause a crash.
The use of dash cameras in heavy-duty trucks has nearly doubled because video evidence helps fix blame in crashes, and they integrate with other safety technology.