Autonomous trucks will be here sooner than you think. In fact, partially autonomous trucks could be making their way onto our roads later this year.
Given all the pressures on fleet managers today, now may be a good time to think about outsourcing maintenance and repair to an organization that specializes in it.
Diagnostic capabilities have never been better for fleet maintenance professionals. But time constraints are pushing more and more complex technical issues to dealers.
Communication, or lack of it, was cited as one of the biggest causes of repair delays. Everyone involved in the repair process must have accurate and complete information if a problem is to be resolved quickly.
California’s shift to zero-emissions regulation could doom hybrids
Kenworth has delivered two prototype Kenworth T680 tractors – equipped with a series hybrid-electric propulsion system – to Total Transportation Systems in Southern California.
Fleet managers acquiring electric vehicles need to be making detailed long-term plans and calculations for electrification, a recent study explains.
Volvo Trucks North America has spent the better part of the past two years learning what it takes to run electric trucks through its LIGHTS program.
Kenworth says it achieved record Class 8 and medium-duty market share in the U.S. and Canada in 2020.
North America’s Class 8 truck orders are robust, just as the manufacturer rolls out its New Model 579 tractor. The extensive upgrade to its on-highway truck model begins production in April.
Canada’s largest food retailer is automating service data and workflow processes and realizing lower maintenance management costs
Mitchell 1 has updated the labor estimate guide in its TruckSeries truck repair information software.