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Old Dominion Freight Line has decided to implement the Truckload Cost Information System (TL/CIS) for its container drayage operation.
EROAD has added an in-vehicle Driver Vehicle Inspection Report (DVIR) reporting tool to its ELD compliance platform.
Increasing inspections are back, but reduced violations, more clean inspections and a focus on crash-related behavior add measure of fairness to CSA.
Cypress Truck Lines uses advanced technology to manage driver performance, but keeps the process simple to qualify drivers to earn a quarterly bonus.
New technologies help to improve performance by delivering prescriptive information and coaching to drivers.
Fifth wheel locking jaws and trailer king pins are tested well beyond limits they see under normal highway conditions.
Omnitracs plans to add an option to its Critical Event Video (CEV) to monitor driver behaviors at stop signs and stop lights.
Online training provider Vertical Alliance Group is holding four new webinars in the first quarter of 2018.
Starting as early as Friday, carriers will be able to complete the annual federal registration process for 2018 and pay their annual registration fees, following a roughly 90-day delay in ...
Mobile apps have become a common strategy to give drivers instant access to performance data they can easily understand and apply.
Fleets have new opportunities to 'gamify' the job experience to recognize and reward drivers.
In between President Trump taking office in January and the ELD mandate's compliance date in December were many other stories that affected the trucking industry in 2017, including the end ...
Payment systems in the transportation industry are beginning to resemble “digital wallet” technologies used by consumers.
Though autonomous trucking offers much promise to the trucking industry, it also must clear major hurdles before it becomes prevalent, such as legislative and infrastructure issues, societal acceptance and, perhaps ...