ARLINGTON, Va. — American Trucking Associations’ advanced seasonally adjusted (SA) For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index increased 6.6 percent in all of 2018 – the largest annual
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Daniel Barnett, Denny Cattell and Mike Johnson have been recognized as Highway Angels for willingness to stop at the scene of any
COLUMBUS, Ind. — The latest release of ACT Research’s For-Hire Trucking Index showed the Volume Index still in negative territory below the 50 neutral mark
RICHMOND, Va. — The American Trucking Association hinted Thursday it may sue the State of Virginia over legislation that proposes charging tolls on Interstate 81.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — U.S. Xpress Enterprises says it is planning to exit its U.S.- Mexico cross border investment as part of its ongoing capital allocation
ATLANTA — The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported Thursday that a driver is in custody after crashing a tractor-trailer into a motel in northwest Atlanta and
ADDISON, Texas — Daseke, a flatbed and specialized transportation and logistics provider in North America, has named Chris Easter as the company’s chief operating officer.
GILBERT, S.C. — Diesel Laptops, a distributor of commercial truck diesel diagnostic software, hardware and services, has launched a Virtual Diesel Technician Program. This program
ST. LOUIS — December was a month of growing uncertainty and severe declines in the U.S. financial markets as equity valuations fell (the Dow Jones
COLUMBUS, Ind. – The desire to get Class 8 trucks built and out the door for 2018 taxation benefits drove a build plan beat in
ALBANY, N.Y. — There’s always a straggler in the bunch. Unknown to many, New York state has not previously been enforcing the federal electronic logging
In a unanimous 8-0 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that trucking carriers can’t force independent contractors into arbitration. In New Prime Inc. v.
LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Kenworth Truck Co. and Toyota Motor North America are collaborating to develop 10 zero-emission Kenworth T680s powered by Toyota hydrogen fuel
By CLIFF ABBOTT/The Trucker Staff “Did you see that idiot?” Drivers who still use CB radios often hear things like that. Chances are you have
In this episode we cover… Heaviest load ever hauled. Motorists eat off road after big rig crash. Daimler shows off Level 2 truck. New tech
COLUMBUS, Ind. — Preliminary used Class 8 volumes (same dealer sales) slipped for a second consecutive month in December with a 7 percent decline, marking
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Six professional truck drivers — three company drivers and three owner-operators — have been chosen as finalists in the Truckload Carriers Association’s
PORTLAND, Ore. — The number of available trucks on the spot truckload freight market jumped 77 percent during the week ending January 12, well ahead
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Matthew Kendrick of Sacramento, California, a professional truck driver for Melton Truck Lines of Tulsa, Oklahoma, has been named a Highway Angel
The final Class 8 new truck sales figures are in showing 2018 not as a record year in in terms of total sales, nor a