U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx outlines rules to equip future cars and trucks with connected vehicle technology.
The Environmental Protection Agency issued its so-called Phase 2 greenhouse gas and fuel efficiency standards for medium- and heavy-duty trucks.
The trucking industry has a serious problem with underride crashes, but also an easy solution in side guards - so why isn't more being done?
The U.S. Army's test of self-driving trucks puts Michigan at the center of autonomous vehicle research and development.
Truck crashes result in more than 15,000 injuries, and cost society more than $100 billion annually. Automatic braking systems could significant lower those numbers.
General Motors adds nearly 2 million full-size trucks and SUVs to the massive Takata airbag recall.
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety brings traffic experts, truck manufacturers together to find methods to prevent deadly underride crashes.
General Motors will recall nearly 900,000 late model year Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup trucks sold in the U.S. to fix a seat belt flaw.
Freightliner is having to recall almost 9,000 Cascadia heavy duty commercial trucks for an electrical issue that could cause a fire.
The advent of semi-autonomous and self-driving trucks will improve fuel economy and safety, says a new study by consulting firm Roland Berger.
Federal safety regulators say automatic braking in trucks is needed but will take longer to implement. Cars will have the technology by 2022.