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.
A new self-driving truck startup recently announced that they are using the most heavily travelled freight corridor in Texas to deliver goods to customers.
A group of truckers recently came together in an online community to talk about the positive experiences that they've had with the companies they've worked for -- and we were so happy to see how many people had good things to report about trucking companies that treat their drivers right, both large and small.
An Arizona community college is offering an unusual new course that promises to train truck drivers for a job that doesn't really exist yet. Tucson, Arizona's Pima Community...