Nationwide average price of trucking’s main fuel rises 74.5 cents—in one week—to an all-time high of $4.849 per gallon, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
Concerns over driver shortages have been around longer than the interstate highways. With the labor pool shrinking, retention will be the key for carriers to keep up with U.S. consumers.
After the pandemic and other problems showed vulnerabilities, hackers sponsored by nefarious states could attempt to cause more supply chain problems, cybersecurity expert warns fleets.
International Roadcheck, the annual Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance blitz, is this week across North America. Find out how to avoid the most frequent violations on the road during the 72-hour enforcement focus, which this year zeros in on wheel ends.