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.
Electric trucks date back to the early 1900s, when they were used for local milk and bread deliveries.
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.
A Toyota and Subaru partnership will produce a battery-electric platform for sedans and crossovers that directly compete with the Tesla model lineup.
Boxbot, created by Uber, Tesla and Amazon veterans, has been developing the system since 2016.
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.
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.
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.
Daimler Trucks has created a global organization to work toward its goal of putting highly automated trucks on U.S. roads within a decade.
Trevor Milton, founder of Nikola Motor, takes on diesel trucks when he explains his vision for the hydrogen trucking company.
In anticipation of long-haul battery-electric trucks along Interstate 5, California, Oregon and Washington are joining forces to identify and prioritize key locations for heavy-duty charging infrastructure.