The following are a few pressing developments in the world of heavy truck tires.
What do underlying economic data points portend for the trucking and freight sector?
Are fuel taxes the most efficient way to get roads in better condition?
Efforts to close the employment gap in trucking come from all corners - two have recently been undertaken by the federal government.
The current state of and any potential changes to hours of service regulations will always be relevant in trucking.
Recent FMCSA moves potentially show the agency's priorities under the Trump administration.
With talent shortages so common, how are companies finding the new drivers they need?
Retaining drivers means increasing engagement. That, in turn, involves figuring out what employees want.
Will infrastructure spending help relieve the pressure of traffic on trucking?
Battling stress and burnout among truckers is most effective when the process is carried out in advance.
The volume of for-hire freight hauled and number of Class 8 trucks ordered stayed high in April.
Driver retention is a great way to keep a trucking company staffed - and resist the pinch of hiring shortages.
Hiring and retaining female truckers is a little different than sticking with the male-heavy status quo, but this is a promising approach for fleets.
The recent Advanced Clean Transportation Expo painted a picture of an industry still committed to sustainability.
A lack of parking on the nation's highways is presenting challenges to truckers.
With the ELD mandate mere months away from being the law of the land, it's time to consider practical details rather than big-picture theories.
Recent truck sales numbers are divided sharply by vehicle class and dependent on overarching freight performance.
Recent commerce patters have drawn more focus to regional trucking, as opposed to long-haul jobs.
When examining the trucking industry for signs of strength, it pays to parse multiple economic indicators.
Could the era of clean, electric trucks finally be dawning for carriers?