What is it about that '50s style? As part of the ongoing centennial celebration of its trucks, Chevrolet recently showcased nine custom bow-tied pickups that fetched over $100,000, and seven were originally built in the 1950s — though all...
Built in the second year of the brand’s existence, Doug Small’s 1968 Western Star WD4964 is still rolling strong.
A federal court has made it official, putting off indefinitely the implementation date for trailers under the federal government’s heavy-duty truck fuel efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions standards (GHG2). Whether the decision to stay...
This special program is timed to celebrate the production of Peterbilt’s one millionth truck; scheduled to occur mid-January next year.
Agreement with Lytx might allow Mack to factory-install in-cab video systems into its LR and TerraPro refuse models.
High commodity prices, higher supplier costs, and "greater value" pegged as reasons for the 2% sticker price hike.
New research examines statistics on trucks in service today and breaks out the data across various operating categories.