The study, conducted by researchers at the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute, concluded that drivers looked at digital billboards significantly longer than they did at other signs on the same stretch of road,
The long and circuitous process toward the final codification of a regulation.
The public has until Aug. 21 to comment on a proposal to require electronic stability control systems on new trucks – an estimated cost of $1,160 per system.
Some of us at Overdrive were talking with drivers at a truck stop recently to hear about their interests. The conversation drifted to our columnist and trucking radio host Kevin Rutherford.
The DOT has proposed a federal motor vehicle safety standard to require electronic stability control systems on large commercial trucks.
The Arrow Truck Sales 2012 Back on the Road winner is named, the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners is required, a woman's rescuer is named Goodyear's Highway Hero, cargo theft increases and other ...
The proposed measure would amend current standards by updating the throttle control disconnection test procedures.
Select Freightliner and Western Star models have been recalled for a steering wheel nut defect and a seat weld defect.
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