New tarp system reduces wind drag, helps reduce emissions

Port trucking in South Carolina

The port of Charleston, South Carolina, ranks as one of the fastest-growing major U.S. seaports over the last five years, growing 10% in 2015 alone. Last year, the port handled 1.12 million containers, moved 1 million tons of non-containerized cargo, served 2,066 vessels, and had time to get 189,050 cruise passengers on their way to a vacation on the high seas. To get all of that done, though, takes a lot of trucks, as the photos in this gallery indicate. (All photos by Sean Kilcarr/Fleet Owner)

Poll: 79% of Americans want tougher fuel economy standards

Transportation a growing source for carbon emissions, reports say

Three in four Americans agree that cars and trucks are a leading source of carbon pollution in the U.S., and a new poll by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) shows that respondents of all political views “overwhelmingly” endorse two Obama Administration initiatives to "put the brakes on" that climate pollutant, according to the non-profit environmental organization.

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Webinar: Nine things to know about the new rules for transporting food

The rules of the game changed this spring for carriers, shippers and receivers involved in the transportation of food. It happened with the publication of the final Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rule on Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food, which establishes requirements for transportation equipment, operations, and the training and certification of carrier personnel.

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Raiders of the lost fuel receipt

Treasure is defined as a concentration of riches, often ancient in origin, considered lost and/or forgotten until rediscovered. For a fleet tax manager, no treasure is as highly prized as a fuel receipt. It's our Spanish doubloon or piece of…