A Virginia lawmaker recently introduced a bill that would require truck drivers to install and use a commercial GPS device.
An autonomous truck technology startup says that one of their trucks made a cross country trek hauling perishable cargo in less than three days.
This week, a tech company announced a new product that can provide fleets with real-time alerts about various driving behaviors like cell phone usage and smoking.
With a major Electronic Logging Device (ELD) deadline looming in just a few more weeks, Uber Freight is offering small carriers a free device and service in exchange for data.
One of the nation's largest Electronic Logging Device (ELD) providers has confirmed that a software malfunction forced a large number of truck drivers to abandon their devices and resort to paper logs.
A new update to Google Maps will allow more users to warn other drivers about speed traps -- and police officers across the country aren't happy about it. On...
This week, Hyundai Motor Company debuted two new concept commercial vehicle products -- a hydrogen powered Class 8 truck and a clean energy refrigerated trailer. On October 28, South...
A California-based self-driving truck startup is partnering with the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) to test out how their trucks will perform during harsh winter weather conditions.
A new ad spot from Volvo Trucks highlights the physical toll that trucking takes on the body.
This week, the Kansas Turnpike Authority debuted a new truck parking management system along with several other improvements to help truckers traveling through the state.
In a recent VICE News video report, an autonomous trucking company executive stops by a truck stop to talk with drivers about the technology that threatens their jobs.
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) was impressed after they recently caught a Tesla Semi putting its hauling power to the test.
This week, two companies say that their technologies were able to work together successfully broker and transport a load without any human help.
A new update to the popular Love's mobile app will make it easier for truck drivers to plan their showers, the company says.