The North American Council for Freight Efficiency reports overall fuel economy rose 1% in 2016, the ninth year in a row trucking fleets in the study have recorded an increase.
Daimler Trucks North America’s senior vice president says diesel engines continue to be the industry’s “workhorse” due to their high torque, ease to refuel and long-life, but the technology is changing along with other truck components
Autonomous vehicles, including commercial trucks, are already a reality, but the trucking industry must have a “seat at the table
Two-truck platoons have the potential to reduce fuel consumption by at least 4%
New trucks equipped with older engines and drivetrain component, commonly known as glider kits, will for the most part be outlawed by 2021 as part of EPA’s truck GHG rules