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WVTA Buyers Guide

compliance2020

The company that bought the aging Lordstown, Ohio, auto factory from General Motors last year unveiled an electric pickup truck it plans to build at the plant, one of many new electric light-trucks manufacturers plan to start selling over the next two years.

Four automakers backing a California effort to curb tailpipe emissions will break with some big rivals in the legal battle over the Trump administration’s relaxation of fuel efficiency standards.

Less-than-truckload carriers outpaced truckload fleets in terms of miles between roadside breakdowns, according to a recent study.

Commercial vehicle supplier Stemco announced a series of changes to its product lines in an effort to refocus resources on its core products, which are its wheel-end and king pin product lines.

American Airlines Group Inc. said it would sell flights to capacity starting July 1, abandoning caps on passenger loads that were designed to promote social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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