Digital Archives

July 2019

The July edition of Today’s Trucking is now on the streets, and we know that some of those streets are steeper than others. Equipment editor Jim Park explores the art and science of driving through mountainous terrain – giving you a chance to see if you would make the grade. Editorial director John G. Smith offers a look at soaring insurance costs, as well as the debate about whether platooning will work in the real world, and insights from a summit on sustainable transportation. All this plus looks at trailer wiring, an Epiq test drive, and more are just a click away.

June 2019

The June edition of Today’s Trucking is now on the street, and we’re proud to shine a light on one of the best truck drivers on the road. This month we’re profiling Ron Pridmore, who has been named 2019 Highway Star of the Year. We also take a close look at several fuel-related topics. Did you know propane is the most popular alternative vehicle fuel in Canada? What about Nikola Motor’s plans to power trucks with hydrogen? Editor John G. Smith explores both of these topics. Equipment editor Jim Park, meanwhile, discusses fuel-saving strategies and spec’s from fuel-tracking tech to advanced cruise control. It’s all just a click away.

April 2019

Spring is almost upon us, and we’re springing forward with the April edition of Today’s Trucking. In this edition, editor John G. Smith heads to Ottawa to cover the arrival of the United We Roll Convoy for Canada – where concerns involved far more than the state of the oil sector. He also offers a first-hand look at Level 2 automation in a new Cascadia. We emerge from the Green Truck Summit with reports on electric trucks, too. Meanwhile, equipment editor Jim Park asks if you’re getting the most from your engine oil, and looks at better ways to adjust wheel bearings. It’s all here, just a click away.

March 2019

Have you heard? Truck manufacturers are making noise about their plans to produce electric vehicles, and the March edition of Today’s Trucking explores the related technologies. Editorial director John G. Smith also looks into the trucking industry’s most dangerous job, which recorded a particularly deadly start to 2019. Meanwhile, equipment editor Jim Park offers insights into the plans for active steering systems, and delivers a series of tips to protect truck air systems as temperatures plunge. All this and more is just one click away in your latest digital edition.