ATLANTA, Ga. – When your job responsibilities include meeting the families of catastrophic accident victims, it’s not hard to see the value in active safety systems. But drivers won't always leave them alone.
ATLANTA, Ga. -- Any fleet that wants to introduce more than a handful of electric trucks will need to do some big thinking around big chargers, big cables, and the big investments for charging and maintenance capabilities.
ATLANTA, Ga. – The same trailers that haul freight are increasingly expected to deliver data in the course of their journeys. But there are still technical challenges to overcome.
ATLANTA, Ga. – Some fleets look at a truck’s creature comforts as an added cost, but it might be time to see such spec’s as an investment in driver recruiting and retention. Like any investment, though, some will deliver a bigger return than others.
ATLANTA, Ga. – Most of the fleets linked to the Technology and Maintenance Council (TMC) still work with diesel-powered trucks, but Marc Bedard arrived with a message for them this morning: "The business case for electric makes sense."
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