Written by Stephen Burns, founder and chief executive of Workhorse Group. This is one in a series of periodic guest columns by industry thought leaders. Innovation is something that we tend to recognize...
The federal government’s plan to require speed limiters on large trucks that would hold their speeds to a set level is a logical step that would improve safety.
Deep learning, an advanced form of artificial intelligence, is becoming increasingly possible as the trucking world moves towards fully self-driving trucks.
The CTO of Ryder System Inc. on why self-driving trucks and autonomous commercial vehicles will be the new normal sooner than most people realize.
Traffic congestion costs the trucking industry $50 billion a year, and hurts manufacturers, retailers and the economy as a whole. But the solution isn't adding tolls, it's raising fuel taxes.
As passenger car sales decline, the health of the U.S. auto industry is increasingly dependent on the manufacturing and sale of pickup trucks, sport utility vehicles and crossovers.
America depends on trucks to deliver our many goods, and an ongoing truck driver shortage threatens the consumer lifestyle we've become so accustomed to.
With trucking remaining a big component of fatal crashes, the trucking industry needs to get smart about life-saving technology.