Navistar recalls 20,916 International-branded trucks because an Eaton-made clutch part could fail, leading to unintended movement and a possible crash.
Daimler Trucks recalls 2017-2019 Freightliner Cascadia heavy-duty trucks after two unintended steering wheel airbag deployments.
Pickups and SUVs are among the worst offenders when it comes to headlight performance, according to an insurance industry report.
Ford recalls 37,801 2018 Expedition and Lincoln Navigator SUVs because missing reinforcement parts could fail to the restrain seat assembly in a crash.
Daimler Trucks recalling Freightliner Cascadia models because brake lights may stay on when the truck is moving, confusing other drivers and increasing crash risk.
The USPS hired an outside firm to investigate fires in its fleet of 140,000 mail trucks, then issued driver warnings and enhanced inspections. But trucks still catch fire.
Loose brake caliper bolts account for most of the vehicles covered in four brake and fire-risk safety recalls.
Driving faster to beat eight-hour rest-break rule joins distracted driving and fatigue as causes of rising fatal truck crashes, some trucking experts say.
Daimler Trucks North America recalls Freightliner Cascadia and Western Star 5700 trucks because steering wheels can fall off.
General Motors recalls more than 30,000 Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana vans to fix a defect with the climate control module that can start a fire.
Defective engines from Cummins prompt recalls by Kenworth, Peterbilt and Volvo Trucks; Daimler Trucks still facing callback.