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Daimler Truck unveils electric autonomous Freightliner eCascadia technology demonstrator

The truck marks the first combination of the series production Freightliner eCascadia with Torc’s autonomous driving technology.

Allison Transmission shows 3414 Regional Haul Series at Work Truck Show

Allison Transmission recently developed its 3414 Regional Haul Series transmission, based on insights gathered from OEMs and end users that there is a need for reliability, performance and maneuverability of an Allison fully automatic 3000 Series transmission, but with increased ratings capability, the company says. Allison says the 3414 RHS has ratings up to 410

Shell Rotella demonstrates low-viscosity oil fuel efficiency, durability with engine teardown

Dan Arcy, global OEM technical manager for Shell Global Solutions U.S. Inc., updated media at the company’s Shell Rotella engine teardown event in Greensboro, N.C. The oil category, PC-11, has been in development for two years; the category has been driven by demand to meet federal greenhouse gas emissions regulations that will go in effect

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New options for Freightliner Cascadia & Cascadia Evolution

Freightliner Trucks has released several new options for the Cascadia and Cascadia Evolution, many of which can be seen at booth during the Mid-America Trucking Show. The new options enhance driver performance and safety, further contributing to the comfort and productivity of the Cascadia and Cascadia Evolution. Options include: ParkSmart HVAC system combined with Optimized

Spectra Premium introduces 13 heavy-duty truck radiators

Spectra Premium released 13 new radiators for heavy-duty trucks, covering Freightliner, International, Kenworth trucks, as well as Bluebird/Carpenter buses. The coverage also extends to late-model trucks such as the 2013 Freightliner Cascadia Series. In addition to being engineered, developed,and validated in their Canadian facilities, these 13 aluminum radiators are also manufactured in their Laval plant

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Covenant Transport adopts Freightliner Trucks FIT System

Freightliner Trucks has announced that Covenant Transport has ordered the Freightliner In-Cab Training (FIT) System for its fleet. The Chattanooga, Tenn.-based truckload carrier is one of the first major fleets to order the exercise and flexibility system as a reward and incentive program for its drivers. Developed in collaboration with Rolling Strong, the FIT System

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