May Mobility’s Rural Minnesota AV Program Hits 10K Rider Milestone

The milestone demonstrates May Mobility's ability to operate under challenging and diverse circumstances while becoming a trusted and vital resource for the community.

Recent Study Questions Safety of Partial Automation in Vehicles

Research from the IIHS shows partial automated driving systems do not improve vehicle safety due to a lack of crash avoidance tech.

Windrose Trucks Coming to U.S. in 2025

Windrose plans to bring a new electric truck to the North American market in early 2025 with a 730-kWh battery capable of 415 miles of range. Its planned tare weight will be 25,000 pounds with a price tag of around (US) $250,000.

New Study Casts Doubt on Safety Benefits of Partial Automation in Vehicles

New research shows partial automation in vehicles doesn't boost safety. Seen as convenience features, they lack the added benefits of crash avoidance tech.

SouthWest Transit, May Mobility Team for AV Microtransit Program

May Mobility's autonomous vehicles are scheduled to be integrated into SouthWest Transit's transportation ecosystem in the fall of this year, providing the public with an additional on-demand option for reliable transportation.

Fleet Review: BMW i5 Electric Sedan

The BMW i5 is an electric extension of the 5 Series — same platform, same athletic skin, new guts — which will ease the transition to electrification for corporate fleets.

Why Is NHTSA’s New Braking Rule Under Fire?

Automatic emergency braking technology has a history of controversies. An automakers’ trade group is opposing NHTSA’s newly released rule.

Uber Freight and Aurora’s Autonomous-Trucks-for-All Plan

Premier Autonomy is a new autonomous truck program developed jointly by Uber Freight and Aurora offering an early and streamlined path to purchase and onboard the Aurora Driver.

Volvo Teases New Electric Truck for 2025

Trucking reporters got a sneak-peek of a brand-new Volvo VNL Electric truck.

Fleet Managers Delve into What’s Working for Their Operations

A recent Fleet Forward event captured the present and future state of fleet operations as they race toward greener vehicles, incorporate more...

6 Ways Technology is Supercharging Trucking Operations

Technology and advanced management systems are no longer optional for fleets, argues Vlad Kadurin with Ship.Cars in this guest blog post.

Enhancing Fleet Efficiency and Safety Through Upfitting

Uncover the secrets to enhancing fleet efficiency, safety, and industry-specific needs through vehicle upfitting.

Honda Debuts Class 8 Hydrogen Truck

Honda is exploring hydrogen fuel cell technology in a market segment it has traditionally passed by: Commercial vehicles.

Inside May Mobility's Detroit AV Deployment

The “Accessibili-D” service aims to improve the quality of life for Detroiters who live with disabilities or are age 65 and older. The service will be available to select residents of Detroit starting June 20 and extending through 2026.

Gatik and ITOCHU Form Strategic Alliance for Middle-Mile Logistics

The collaboration with ITOCHU is part of Gatik's strategy to revolutionize the North American logistics landscape by deploying Freight-Only at scale.

Peterbilt Inks its Largest Electric Vehicle Order to Date

Einride has purchased 150 Model 579EV electric vehicles from Peterbilt for use by its heavy-duty fleet customers.

Motiv Becomes a Truck OEM, Changes Name

Motiv's new CEO, Scott Griffith, talks about the company's direction as an OEM now that it has rebranded to Motiv Electric Trucks.

Your Go-To Guide for Understanding Fleet Industry Terms

Check out this comprehensive resource for understanding industry terminology to successfully navigate the fleet world and enhance communication.