The launch of the International TranStar regional-haul tractor with a MaxxForce 13 engine employing Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) emissions technology continues Navistar's SCR transition.
While it performs a sophisticated task, the basis of the selective catalytic reduction system – DEF itself is a simple blend of urea and water.
There’s no need to panic when a DPF light signals routine regeneration — at least in most cases.
Navistar will move from EGR and adopt the SCR path taken by its competitors to meet 2010 diesel emissions regulations.
With further aero refinements and an intuitive transmission, the Pinnacle proves its lofty name is well deserved.
Driver harassment, the hours rule, Navistar's engine transision, sleep apnea regulations and more industry news items are featured.
Company has permission to continue to sell new heavy-duty truck engines as long as the company still has enough emissions credits.
California Air Resources Board had issued a public letter to Navistar saying the company's emissions credits for the engine will expire Feb. 29.
Overdrive's Most Beautiful contest is back for a second year. Submit yourself or a female truck driver you know! The first-place winner will win a trip to The Great American Trucking Show in August and will be featured in a story in Overdrive. Submissions accepted through March 20.
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