This week Daimler debuted North America's first "Level 2" automated truck in Las Vegas.
A group of midwestern states are launching a new system to give truck drivers access to real time information about truck parking availability through their smart phones.
Townspeople in an Arizona city are reportedly using extreme measures to try to keep driverless vehicles off of their roads.
Authorities are launching a new pilot program at the U.S./Canada border that officials hope will ease long wait times with the use of facial recognition technology.
Tesla founder Elon Musk says that he has made major acquisitions in trucking in order to ease the "delivery logistics hell" of getting customers their Model 3s on time.
"Yes, but how will it handle in the real world?" is the first question many truckers ask when they hear about the latest advancements in self-driving truck technology.
If you're a trucker who carries a firearm for protection, take a look at this holster designed to give drivers quick access to their weapons.
Today Uber Freight announced a partnership with a new trailer rental service that they say will cut down on wait times for both drivers and shippers.
An investigative report from Chicago news station CBS2 looks at how Navistar engine problems are reportedly affecting small businesses.
This week, a Japanese company announced that it is partnering with an American helicopter manufacturer to develop a driverless "flying truck" designed to combat perceived labor shortages in the trucking industry.
Tesla founder Elon Musk has many people within the trucking industry scratching their heads after he blamed slow distribution of the Tesla Model 3 on a shortage of car carrier trailers.
Thousands of Kenworth trucks have been recalled for a defect that could result in engine failure or a crash.