The December edition of Today’s Trucking is now living in print and online. This month, editorial director John G. Smith explores a crackdown on “Driver Inc.” tax schemes that misqualify employees as contractors. We also have information on the headaches that emerge with legalized marijuana, economic reports looking at the implications of everything from the driver shortage to tariffs, and some guidance on driver health. Equipment editor Jim Park road tests an integrated powertrain that’s right for the times, while Smith explains the differences between European and North American trucks. Don’t wait for Christmas. Open this gift today!
November’s digital edition of Today’s Trucking is now live – featuring details on trucks, tech and trade. Editor John G. Smith takes readers to the IAA Commercial Vehicles Show in Germany, highlighting the latest European tech that may soon come to a truck near you. Equipment Editor Jim Park learns a lesson about fuel economy during a Mack test drive. There are reports on Kenworth’s W990, the new USMCA trade deal, coolant trends, productivity-focused electronics, and more. And it’s all just a click away.
The October edition of Today’s Trucking is now on the street – and giving you insight into the changing face of the trucking industry. Specifically, we explore the increasing role of South Asian drivers. Editor John G. Smith discusses the way tariffs are testing the metal of Canada’s specialty equipment manufacturers, and how fleets are finding a new source of drivers through the Temporary Foreign Worker Program. We study the options of leasing and renting trailers in the midst of a hot equipment market. And equipment editor Jim Park takes a spin in a uniquely Canadian Kenworth T880S. All this and more is just a click away in your latest digital edition, available here.