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International enhances drivetrain offerings as turnaround continues

International’s priority at the moment is full selective catalytic reduction integration throughout its product line, but the truck maker is also putting stock in integrating automated-manual transmissions and upping fuel ...

FMCSA — Who’s watching the watchdog? Criticism from Senator, NTSB begs the question

After three and a half years since CSA was fully implemented, the time for changes and tweaks to the program is now. As two recent crashes note, lives literally are ...
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Elephants, blind monks and the genius of FMCSA’s pointless advisory committee

Leave it to the combined efforts of Congress and the federal bureaucracy to come up with a perfect vehicle for getting nothing done: the advisory committee system. For a mere ...

Fast forward: PeopleNet prepares for the future of fleet mobility

In developing the Precision Mobility platform, PeopleNet is taking a new approach for managing data in the cab while staying true to its roots in offering fully supported, enterprise mobility ...

Old ATA emissions case makes Supreme Court headlines

A landmark 2001 Supreme Court decision involving the trucking industry was in the news again this week when the justice who wrote that majority opinion misquoted himself in a new ...

California truckin’: Obstacles, opportunities in the Golden State

I don’t need much of an excuse to visit San Francisco, and I took advantage of the chance to spend a week in Northern California earlier this month. Not surprisingly, ...

Drivers may fret e-logs — and quit over them — but they could benefit the most

Some driver frustration over an ELD mandate is understandable, but not as many who say they will quit will end up abandoning ship, especially if carriers start teaching them about ...

Cummins, China and the future of trucking

I hate math. And math hates me. But I’m going to put aside my loathing of this particular discipline for a moment to illustrate why it seems like every company ...