FleetOwner Newsline - Nov 15th, 2023
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November 15, 2023
Leaders from the Daimler Truck subsidiary shared how the company plans to scale its autonomous truck technology this decade. Freightliner fleet customers will be able to spec Torc Robotics tech on Cascadias in coming years.
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WIT's Accelerate Conference was an inspiring event for women in the trucking industry. Men and women can learn a lot from the talented, creative, and confident attendees.

Toll roads are a $5 billion annual challenge for trucking companies. Granted, they may offer quicker routes, but they also create administrative work that takes a toll on a fleet’s operational efficiency. If managing tolls is diverting your staff from more important dispatch and accounting functions, then it’s time to consider using a service that will save you time and money.

ATA announces its finalists for the National Driver of the Year Award ahead of the Safety, Security and Human Resources National Conference and Exhibition to be held April 2024.

From light- and medium-duty vehicles to paratransit buses and delivery trucks, propane autogas can help you save money and lower emissions for your fleet. Learn more about how propane is the environmentally friendly energy for fleet owners.

Limble and Samsara's integration will supply customers with a single, closed-loop system for maintenance workflow needs.

Train drivers at whatever pace works best for them. Level up your driver training with CarriersEdge.

A new partnership between Zeus and Edison will begin in 2024 with the goal of electrifying the commercial fleet work truck market segment.

Register for Work Truck Week 2024 and join thousands of commercial vehicle industry professionals in Indianapolis to see the latest products from exhibitors, gain insights from educational sessions and connect with peers at special events.

Drive My Way survey found a decrease in driver happiness from 2019 to 2023. Top driver concerns were compensation and communication.
NACFE’s Run on Less finds significant gains in commercial EV operations at smaller depots and sees a future for bigger operations once electrical grids can handle it. The study included first third-party look at how Tesla Semis operate in the real world.