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Oct 20, 2016

A 'new jeep' gets ready to roll1

One of the more interesting and indeed famous motorized vehicles in history is the jeep; a “jack-of-all-trades” piece of military....More
Oct 19, 2016

Time for a few video updates …

There’s a lot going on in the world of trucking at the moment – with the sluggish start to what’s generally considered to be the....More
Oct 13, 2016

The regulatory retooling of engines – even for pickup trucks

So we all know that the Phase 2 greenhouse gas (GHG) rules mandate fuel economy improvements for a wide variety of trucks, which in turn is leading....More
Oct 11, 2016

Deconstructing millennials for trucking

There’s been a tremendous amount of discussion regarding the millennial generation and their impact on the trucking industry – both good....More
Oct 10, 2016

Driverless vehicles: A tale of two surveys

Are Americans truly ready to let go of the steering wheel and let autonomous vehicles do all the driving? This, of course, is the key question in the....More
Oct 07, 2016

Trucking seeks a seat at the autonomous table

The ongoing effort to develop self-driving trucks is starting to involve a very heavy dose of irony, for the very industry being targeted for....More
Oct 06, 2016

Small business is confident; will that benefit trucking?1

The latest trucking-focused analysis regarding freight and equipment trends are not exactly heartening, even if they project mild optimism in some....More
Sep 28, 2016

Tick, tock: It’s a truck clock1

Here’s an idea: Take 14 tractor-trailers and 90 drivers out to a deserted airfield and create a giant 750,000 sq. ft. “clock.” And....More
Sep 27, 2016

Cybersecurity becoming a 'shared' concern

Even as the demand for “big data” and other information technology (IT) services keeping growing in the transportation and logistics....More
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