On Wednesday, a California tech company announced that they were partnering with some of the largest trucking companies in the U.S. to lauch a nationwide -- and then global -- autonomous freight network.
The United States Postal Service (USPS) has announced that they are testing out driverless truck technology for hauling mail on a more than 20 hour route usually reserved for team truck drivers.
Swedish driverless truck tech startup Einride has released video demonstrating how one person at a remote location can control multiple cargo trucks.
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.
A Virginia lawmaker recently introduced a bill that would require truck drivers to install and use a commercial GPS device.
Truck maker Volvo just debuted video of the autonomous electric "Vera" truck performing real world work at a port terminal. Vera was recently assigned the task of moving...
Users of a popular Electronic Logging Device (ELD) have just a few months to find a new provider after the company says that they'll discontinue the service.
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.
A large number of truck drivers have reported that they are experiencing major functionality issues with their PeopleNet Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs).
A large trucking company based in Pennsylvania recently was hit by a ransomware attack that impacted network communication systems.
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) recently debuted an online repository that gives users quick access to all active emergency declarations in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
A new ad spot from Volvo Trucks highlights the physical toll that trucking takes on the body.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) new Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse is off to a rocky start as a flood of new users crashed the website site and made it all but impossible for employers to complete the newly required background checks.
This week, a major fleet management solutions provider announced that they would lay off hundreds of workers due to financial struggles triggered by the Coronavirus outbreak.