Daimler Trucks researchers have found that putting artificial daylight in truck cabs at night improved the performance and well-being of drivers. Daimler is looking how to add such a feature to its trucks.
A trio of Peterbilt work truck models now qualify for nearly $9,000 each in buyer assistance incentives from California’s HVIP program when equipped with a near-zero emissions natural gas engine from Cummins.
Manufacturers show electric, liquid propone and hybrid vehicles at 2017 Work Truck Show but many fleet operators are reluctant to make big investments in alternative fuel technology.
Mitsubishi Fuso announced plans at the 2017 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis to bring a new line of electric work trucks to the North American market.
Intel’s purchase of Israeli company Mobileye puts the Santa Clara, Calif., tech giant in the market for self-driving truck and big-rig safety technology.
The first of 27 electric trucks to be deployed in Southern California under a $19.2-million state clean air program has been put into service at a freight depot near Riverside.
Daimler Trucks is looking to become more entrepreneurial through its Digital Solutions & Services division. The first push will be to turn its FleetBoard trucking information system into an industry app powerhouse.
Chevrolet is adding a new low cab forward medium-duty commercial truck that will make its debut at the NTEA Work Truck Show next week in Indianapolis.
California traffic officials and Volvo demonstrated automated platoon technology along a busy stretch of Los Angeles freeway by syncing three digitally-connected semi-trucks at highway speeds with just 50 feet of separation between them.
General Motors has disguised its 2019 Chevrolet Silverado to look like a Ram pickup truck from the front and a Ford F-150 from the rear as it tests the prototype in Southern California.