Kenworth says optional cab features in its T680 like a 180degree swiveling passenger seat and swiveling table can help make a difference in attracting drivers

Kenworth says optional cab features in its T680 like a 180-degree swiveling passenger seat and swiveling table can help make a difference in attracting drivers.

Spec'ing trucks for young and old

How can fleets use trucks to entice veteran drivers and newcomers alike?

For some years now, the concern that’s topped the list for many fleets and trucking companies has been getting and keeping the best drivers—sometimes even just having enough of them. High turnover rates are disruptive and costly. As fleets look for whatever gives them an advantage, it makes perfect sense to consider the truck itself: It’s the other part of the driver job title. If there’s one piece of equipment a truck driver relies on and deals with most—even forms a bond with—is there

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