Driving a Truck in London Looks Incredibly Hard

Some cities were never designed for large trucks simply because they didn't exist at the time of planning. Boston is a prime example: Thin and narrow roads make it near impossible for some pickup trucks to navigate, let alone a larger box truck. A lot of Boston's city and urban planning designs came from the old… » 3/19/15 1:02pm 3/19/15 1:02pm

Maximize Your Truck Bed with a DIY Storage System


Truck boxes are handy, but limited in the amount of gear they can store as well as their accessibility. This custom built truck bed storage system provides plenty of space for tools and materials, but also allows you to retain the use of your truck bed floor. » 3/05/15 12:05pm 3/05/15 12:05pm

Here's Where Tractor Trailers Go to Sleep

I've never driven an 18-wheeler before, but I've seen plenty of them on the roads and in shopping malls. Typically, when they drop off their cargo, they leave their trailer behind and go get another one. This guy was so excited to get his next load, he forgot to leave his other one behind. » 12/10/14 2:29pm 12/10/14 2:29pm

​Autonomous Trucks Are Something We Can All Get Behind

Autonomous cars have been touted as the future of transportation for quite some time, and a few companies have gotten very close to working versions. But on July 4th, Mercedes Benz revealed the best use for this technology yet in their cleverly named "Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025." That's right folks, the future of… » 7/08/14 11:03am 7/08/14 11:03am

Rolling Coal: The Latest Trend Amongst Anti-Environment Trolls

The idea of "rolling coal" has been around for a little while, but now it has become a full-fledged anti-environment protest. Essentially, diesel truck owners with a strong desire to preserve their right to be as thick-headed and inconsiderate as possible modify their trucks to increase fuel intake. Excess fuel… » 7/07/14 1:56pm 7/07/14 1:56pm