The Postal Service is testing TuSimple’s autonomous trucks on highway hauls and weighing info from Ford and others on self-driving vehicles for mail routes.
Truck maker Navistar International Corp. beat expectations with $3 billion in second-quarter sales and a 19 percent market share for core products.
A new study finds that repair costs for the aluminum Ford F-150 are not expensive as once thought, although other drawbacks exist.
Daimler Trucks executive Roger Nielsen tells Trucks.com that battery electric powertrains may take as long as diesel did to fully develop, but his company is pointing in that direction.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has recalled 2018-2019 Ram 1500 4x4 pickups because an incomplete rear drive shaft weld can separate and lead to a crash.
Young military veterans welcomed by FMCSA to apply for credentials in experiment to allow teens to shore up shrinking ranks of interstate truck drivers.
Mercedes-Benz and Freightliner Sprinter Vans are recalled because their high-beam headlights can stick in on position and blind oncoming drivers.
Turbocharger developer Garrett Motion wants to use its technology to help SUVs and mild hybrid and fuel cell trucks run cleaner, quieter and more efficiently.
Waymo and other self-driving vehicle developers recommend that California adopt regulations for autonomous light-duty delivery trucks.
Strong demand for the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 is leading General Motors to invest $24 million in its Fort Wayne, Ind., assembly plant.
Workhorse Group founder Steve Burns has no known investors, but GM picked his plan to make commercial electric pickups at its idled Lordstown complex.