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Keep the World Moving Finance Program for Freightliner and Western Star Trucks In cooperation with Daimler Truck Financial, Transteck is pleased to offer tremendous incentives on new Freightliners and Western Star trucks model year 2020 and older. Down payment allowance from $3000 to $5000 depending on model Up to 120 days until first payment Well...
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Daimler Truck AG's Martin Daum (left) and the Volvo Group's Martin Lundstedt were both on hand for the virtual announcement of the fuel-cell joint venture. Photo: Daimler/Volvo In a bold move, Daimler Truck AG and the Volvo Group agreed to join forces in an effort to speed up the development, establishment and acceptance of fuel cell vehicles...

Coronavirus – road sign information message. The coronavirus pandemic invokes fear. That’s understandable. We’re confronted with a novel virus that represents a serious threat to public health.

Truckers and grocery store workers share what it’s like to work on the other frontline during the coronavirus pandemic.

The nation’s 3 million truck drivers are unsung heroes of the coronavirus crisis, working overtime to keep the critical supply chain moving.

California, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Vermont joined with the District of Columbia to sign a statement of intent today to develop an action plan to accelerate the deployment of zero-emission trucks and buses.

A new study conducted by TuSimple showed the autonomous trucks get better fuel economy when operating in self-driving mode.