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Updated Freightliner Cascadia to offer semi-automated driving – Fleet Owner

By Team Writer / a day ago

Daimler Trucks North America recently introduced its first semi-automated (Level 2) truck for the American market. DTNA’s upgraded 2020 Freightliner Cascadia follows its 2015 introduction of the Freightliner Inspiration Truck, which was the first self-driving commercial truck to get licensed for American roads. The Level 2 truck will be controlled by a driver at all […]

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The future of trucking in Great Falls | News – KULR-TV

By Team Writer / a few days ago

The amount of exports that come from Canada has always been a substantial number due to their dollar being worth less than the American dollar. In association to this statistic, Great Falls is naturally seeing a large number of imports and exports within their area. The future in commercial trucking in Great Falls is quite […]

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Commercial Fleet Sales Increased 8.8% in 2018

By Team Writer / last week

The number of sales when it comes to commercial fleet vehicles has increased 8.8%. This increase was determined after eight mainstream manufacturers were evaluated. This 8.8% increase lead to a total of 743,210 commercial fleets being sold altogether. In December, however, the total amount of rental fleets that were recorded dropped by 11.6%. Only 140,010 […]

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Toyota, Kenworth Collaborate on Zero-Emission Trucks

By Team Writer / last week

Toyota Motors and the Kenworth Truck Company are both coming together to form ten different Kenworth T680s with zero emissions. The project is funded by a $41 million grant that was issued to them by the California Air Resources Board. The prime applicant of this project was the Port of Los Angeles. They plan for […]

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Toyota, Kenworth Collaborate on Zero-Emission Trucks

By Team Writer / a couple of weeks ago

Kenworth and Toyota are using grants received as part of a California Air Resource Board (CARB) project to design and build 10 Kenworth T680s that run on electric powertrains powered by hydrogen fuel cells. The trucks will operate within the Los Angeles area and also serve more inland cities. The trucks generate no emissions (except […]

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FMCSA puts sleeper berth pilot program to bed – The Trucker

By Team Writer / a couple of weeks ago

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) wanted to run a study that included licensed, commercial drivers who use a sleeper berth when trying to reach their mandated 10-hours of time off-duty. Unfortunately, the study never truly took off, and it was stopped in its tracks. The purpose of the study was to successfully determine […]

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