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Bridgestone Kodiak Investment to Enable Smart Tire Tech in Autonomous Trucks
Hino Turns to Cummins for Engines, Accelerates Electric Truck Development
Sustainability Key Motivator for Early Fleet Adopters of Clean Vehicle Technologies

Sustainability Key Motivator for Early Fleet Adopters of Clean Vehicle Technologies

While diesel and gasoline engines will still be the main power source for commercial vehicles for the next decade, fleets are now testing and buying sustainable vehicle technologies in record numbers. That’s according to a new study of fleet use of sustainable vehicle platforms for medium- and heavy-duty fleets, such as natural gas, propane, electric, and renewable fuels.

August 12, 2020

States Join Forces to Accelerate Truck, Bus Electrification
New Features, Names for Hino Trucks

New Features, Names for Hino Trucks

Hino has unified its medium- and new heavy-duty product lines under a single naming structure, with updated exteriors and exteriors and new features, such as active safety and crew-cab options.

October 28, 2019

Will Truck Sales Momentum Continue Through 2019?

Will Truck Sales Momentum Continue Through 2019?

Despite an overall positive truck sales forecast for 2019, tariffs and trade wars could be stumbling blocks that trip up the economy and send freight and truck sales downward, said two longtime industry analysts.

November 9, 2018

Truck Orders Moderate in October, Still Strong

Truck Orders Moderate in October, Still Strong

October Class 8 orders were above 40,000 units for the eighth month in a row, but two different companies reporting the data put rather different spins on their analysis of the numbers.

November 5, 2018

Mercedes-Benz Shows Autonomous Van Concept for Freight, Passengers
Peterbilt Sales Soar, Truck Maker Eyes Growth and Autonomous Tech

Peterbilt Sales Soar, Truck Maker Eyes Growth and Autonomous Tech

After reaching new market-share highs in Class 8 and vocational truck sales for 2017, Peterbilt has kicked off 2018 with an addition to its on-highway truck family and plans to continue to grow its market share as it also works on developing the next generation of advanced driver assistance systems.

February 15, 2018

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