Trucking industry sales reached a record $726.4 billion in the U.S. in 2015, according to annual American Trucking Associations almanac.
Car and truck industry looks to confront cybersecurity issues as more evidence of vehicle hacking surfaces.
The turnover rate for drivers of large truckload fleets fell 13 percent during the first quarter of the year, according to the American Trucking Associations.
Hyundai public affairs chief Chris Spear will replace Bill Graves as chief executive of the American Trucking Associations. Graves announced last year he would at the end of 2016.
Anti-truck safety advocates say House and Senate bills currently being debated are an “assault on safety.”
Each gadget that is installed in the cab or under the hood potentially expands the number of targets for increasingly sophisticated and well-funded hackers.
Driver turnover at trucking firms continued to climb in the first quarter, the American Trucking Associations reported.