GM Defense to Provide EV Pickup to U.S. Army

GM Defense will leverage the GMC Hummer EV to meet the U.S. Army’s requirement for a light- to heavy-duty battery-electric vehicle to support reduced reliance on fossil fuels.

GM, Ford Submit Petitions to Deploy Self-Driving Vehicles

General Motors and Ford have asked NHTSA to grant exemptions to deploy self-driving vehicles without steering wheels and brake pedals.

Kodiak Expands Autonomous Freight Service to Florida

A Kodiak autonomous truck carried four commercial deliveries on a 5,600- mile round trip between San Antonio, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Jacksonville.

Low-Tech Trucks in a High-Tech World

New powertrains and autonomous technology will radically alter the trucking industry. But what about trusty old vocational workhorses? HDT's Senior Contributing Editor Jack Roberts talks it through.

GM Defense to Provide EV for U.S. Army

The GMC Hummer EV will be used for analysis and demonstration.

GM and Ford Seek Permission to Deploy Autonomous Vehicles

GM and Ford seek exemptions to deploy a limited number of self-driving vehicles without human controls like steering wheels and brake pedals.

Tesla Woes Improving

The EV automaker appears positioned for another growth phase as long as the global economy stays strong, analysts say.

Meet the 2022 Fleet Hall of Fame Nominees

The nominees are leaders whose careers have impacted the fleet management profession. Three individuals inducted this year will join the Fleet Hall of Fame.

Verra Mobility Offers New Toll Management Solution

Verra Mobility’s TollLink eliminates the need for fleets to acquire multiple transponder devices and manage multiple toll accounts.

ZF Highlights Progress on Automated, Electric Vehicle Technology Future

ZF’s vision of the commercial truck of the future is automated, connected, and electrified, and it's unveiling technology such as steer-by-wire and...

Walmart to Purchase 4,500 Canoo Vehicles for Last-mile Deliveries

With an option to buy up to 10,000 units, Walmart’s initial order of Canoo’s Lifestyle Delivery Vehicle (LDV) is intended for the retailer’s online orders. While production of the LDV is expected to begin late this year, the companies will kick off advanced...

2022 Trailer Trends: Slow Grind For Tech Adoption

Continuing supply chain problems and manufacturing bottlenecks mean it may take longer for fleets to take advantage of new trailer technologies.

Volkswagen Places Europcar at Center of New Mobility Strategy

Volkswagen said it planned a central platform around which its Group brands could offer mobility solutions depending on what was correct for each brand customer. There would be one app offering services from car rental and subscription to car sharing and ride...

Volvo Trucks Building Electrified Charging Corridor in California

During the next 18 months, the project will deploy high-powered chargers at several existing Volvo Trucks’ dealership locations in Central and Northern California.

J.B. Hunt Launches West Coast Transload Service

J.B. Hunt now offers transload service to support international containers arriving into the largest port gateway market on both U.S. coasts.

Lordstown Motors Names New CEO & C-Suite Positions

Edward Hightower, the electric vehicle company's current president, will become its new CEO. Hightower succeeds Daniel Ninivaggi, who moves into a strategic role as the company’s executive chairman.

NuVinAir Grows Franchise Footprint to 32 States

The automotive cleaning product company has added Illinois to its roster of franchise program states.

5 Questions: Mike Simmons Steps Up as NASDPTS President-Elect

In this interview with School Bus Fleet, Mike Simmons, state pupil transportation director for Arkansas, discusses his history in the industry, his goals for NASDPTS, and advice for future transportation directors.