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Filters often an unintended casualty of extended intervals, forgetfulness
Joining Matt and Jason on this week's 10-44 is NationaLease Vice President of Truck Technology and Maintenance Joe Puff.
October 27, 2022
Watch: Prius, cyclist spared from tractor-trailer thanks to ZF OnGuardMAX
Watch CCJ's recent test run in an International LT equipped with ZF's new OnGuardMAX which has made big improvements in autonomous braking on highway and in busy city traffic.
October 26, 2022
Carriers can become part of a shipper's disaster response plan
Trucking is becoming a much more automated process, where fewer people have to be involved in any of it.
October 20, 2022
Two former inmates using box truck course to help others beat the odds
Aaron Smith and Ed Hennings are well aware of trucking's driver shortage and believe their Escaping the Odds box truck course can help bring more drivers into the industry.
October 14, 2022
Watch: Navistar President and CEO Mathias Carlbaum talks electric trucks, regulations, fuel cell and more
Strategic partnerships, regulations and powertrain batteries are some of the topics Navistar President and CEO Mathias Carlbaum touched on during an interview with Commercial Carrier Journal.
October 7, 2022
Driverless trucking: Driver shortage solution or missing link in the supply chain?
The American Trucking Associations estimates that the truck driver shortage could reach 160,000 by 2030 – the same year many autonomous tech companies expect their platforms to be mature and ready for primetime.
October 6, 2022
Truck drivers leaving increasingly more driving hours on the table
Using data collected from ELDs, FleetOps found that drivers are leaving more of their driving time on the table than they were a year ago. A survey of carriers dug into why that's the case.
September 30, 2022
Cleaner, hotter engines add stress to the DPF, maintenance
The success of the aftertreatment system relies heavily on the diesel particulate filter (DPF), and cleaner, hotter-burning engines are putting more stress on a component that, while expensive, is also increasingly difficult to find.
September 22, 2022
Watch: Kenworth's chief engineer on new TX-18 transmission and all-electric trucks
Kenworth Chief Engineer Joe Adams talks to CCJ Senior Editor Tom Quimby about the new TX-18 automated transmission and explains how Kenworth can help fleets get behind the wheel of an electric T680E, K370E and K270E.
September 18, 2022
Artificial intelligence can improve driver utilization and maximize fleet efficiency
Trucking companies everywhere are always looking for ways to become more efficient. Whether that’s with driver or truck utilization or something else, most fleets have areas they could improve on.
September 16, 2022
Inflation Reduction Act likely to influence trucking more than inflation
Freight transportation moves 70% of goods to market in the U.S., and the IRA places $40,000 in tax credits in front of the buyers of medium- and heavy-duty zero-emissions vehicles.
September 8, 2022
Watch: Test drive with Peterbilt's Natural Gas Model 536
Ride along with CCJ Chief Editor Jason Cannon and Peterbilt's Medium-duty Product Marketing Manager Phil Hall to learn more about this green-energy driving experience.
September 5, 2022
Carriers' costs rose near 13% in 2021
ATRI's annual Operational Costs of Trucking report showed how motor carriers' costs increased from 2020 to 2021. ATRI's Alex Leslie joins CCJ's 10-44 webisode series to discuss the results of the benchmarking report.
September 2, 2022
Watch: Ride along in Western Star's new 57X
Ride along with CCJ Chief Editor Jason Cannon as he takes a spin around the Detroit-Metro area in the most fuel efficient Western Star ever built.
August 26, 2022
New program connects private fleets, owner-ops for freight opportunities
Broker/3PL Arrive Logistics this summer announced the launch of a pilot program aimed at helping private fleets connect with owner-operators, opening a new avenue to earning revenue for both sides of the partnership.
August 19, 2022
Cybersecurity tips fleets can use against modern-day pirates
The 2022 IBM Security study showed that 4% of all cyberattacks were aimed at the transportation industry, making it the 7th most targeted industry in the past year.
August 11, 2022
Understanding Millennial, Gen Z workers' motivations key to hiring, retention
New research from the American Transportation Research Institute dives into what motivates Millennial and Gen Z truck drivers to join a motor carrier and stay with them long-term.
August 5, 2022
Watch: More driving and details on Peterbilt's new Model 579
Watch as CCJ Chief Editor Jason Cannon spends some time getting the walk-around details on Peterbilt's Model 579 before striking out on the open road.
August 1, 2022
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Freightliner debuts second SuperTruck
SuperTruck II achieved an aerodynamic drag reduction of more than 12% over SuperTruck I and its prototype 13-liter engine reduced fuel consumption by 5.7%.
FirstFleet creates nextgen in-cab driver experience
Trucksmiths embracing change
Pay and benefits
Pay a top factor for driver turnover but 'not always an amount issue'
House bill offers recruiting and retention incentives, grants to truck drivers
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