Trucker News

Self-Driving Trucks May Be Available Sooner Than You Think

Former employees of Google, Apple, and Tesla are putting their brainpower together in hopes of becoming the first to bring self-driving trucks to the road. While companies like Daimler and ... Read More »

More Drivers are Leaving the Industry for This Reason

According to HireRight’s ninth annual Employee Background Screening Benchmark Survey, the main reason drivers are leaving the industry is for better pay, followed by more home time and ... Read More »

State Plan Calls for Cleaner Trucks and Engines

A new environmental plan from the state of California may literally change trucking as we know it in the upcoming years. California’s Sustainable Freight Action Plan aims to make effi ... Read More »

Women In Trucking Association partners with Feeding America to address hunger

The trucking industry has always been a place where generosity and empathy are evident. From drivers helping on the roadside to carriers providing supplies for neighborhoods, the spirit of t ... Read More »

How to Survive a Buck-A-Mile Backhauls

By Mark Montague, Industry Rate Analyst, DAT Solutions Four years ago, I wrote a blog post with a catchy title: "The Death of the Buck-A-Mile Backhaul," where I explained that ... Read More »

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