Jason Cannon (HWT)Jason Cannon is the Editor of Commercial Carrier Journal. He has a Class A CDL and is a graduate of the Porsche Sport Driving School. Reach him at [email protected].Pickup TrucksFord F-350 tops list of vehicles most likely to reach 250K milesWith a 49.1% chance of hitting the 250,000 mile mark, the F-350 Super Duty is the highest rated vechile on the updated Longest-Lasting Cars Study.May 2, 2023Class 7-8Truck autonomy grows with Uber Freight, Volvo partnershipUber Freight and Volvo Autonomous Solutions announced a multi-phase commercial and technology partnership to deploy Volvo’s autonomous transport solution on the Uber Freight network.December 14, 2022Battery electricTesla CEO Elon Musk says all-electric Semi is coming this yearFollowing several delays, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said to look for all-electric Semi rolling out to fleets this year.August 24, 2022MaintenanceBiden's proposal to suspend fuel tax met with criticismRobbing Peter to pay Paul: President Biden's proposal to temporarily nix federal and state fuel taxes will cut funding for major infrastructure projects, a top trucking leader warns.June 22, 2022Technology5G cell phone roll-out put on holdAt the urging of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, Congress and the aviation industry, both Verizon and AT&T have committed to delaying deployment of 5G broadband by an additional two weeks and at reduced power.January 12, 2022Class 7-8OEMs still struggling to build trucks as supply chain woes play onConstrained by limited supplies, truck manufacturers continue to struggle to keep pace with new orders as the need for trucks remains high.January 12, 2022Medium Dutylsuzu announces new cabover and Cummins dieselCummins 6.7-liter diesel will be finding a new home in Isuzu trucks including their new Class 7 caboverFebruary 15, 2021Alternative powerDaimler electric trucks getting new Detroit ePowertrainWith serial production of its electric eCascadia and eM2 set for next year, Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) announced Monday the forthcoming battery electric vehicles would be powered by a proprietary Detroit ePowertrain. The company expects to invest upwards of $20 million in its Detroit, Michigan, manufacturing facility, which will serve as the source of Detroit ePowertrain components in North […]February 10, 2021VansGM rolls out first-to-last-mile battery-electric businessGeneral Motors on Tuesday threw its hat further into the electrified trucking ring with the debut of a full ecosystem of electric first-to-last-mile products, software and services. Dubbed BrightDrop, the new business is structured as a one-stop-shop solution that lowers costs, maximizes productivity, improves employee safety and freight security, and supports overall sustainability efforts, while […]January 13, 2021ProductsGoodyear launches multifaceted Fleet CentralThe Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company recently announced the launch of Fleet Central – an interactive portal that allows fleets to purchase tires, activate service and gain insight into their tire program, all from the same place. Within Fleet Central, carriers can view and take action on all aspects of its tire program via an easy-to-use real […]December 30, 2020Page 1 of 139Next PageTop StoriesPickup TrucksFord Reduces Production of No.1 Selling Electric PickupFord expects continued growth in global EV sales in 2024, though less than previously anticipated.VansRam confirms its first EV will be ProMaster commercial vanPickup TrucksNew electric pickup concept debuts at CESTrucksGM, Autocar ink deal for hydrogen fuel cell HD trucksTrucksWhat’s New in 2024 for Chevy's Silverado 1500 Pickup?