Isuzu Truck Models Explained

Isuzu Truck Models Explained

Isuzu Motors LTD, commonly known as Isuzu Trucks, is a Japanese commercial truck manufacturer. Originating in Japan, these trucks make their way to the US via ocean freight. Isuzu also has a bit of a history with UD Trucks and General Motors in the United States, plus...
Autocar Truck Models Explained

Autocar Truck Models Explained

Autocar may be the “oldest” truck manufacturer still in operation today but hasn’t found the success that today’s modern truck manufacturers have. Having started in 1897, the first Autocar trucks rolled out of the factory in 1899. However, they...
Hino Truck Models Explained

Hino Truck Models Explained

Hino Motors LTD, better known as Hino, is a company from Japan that makes commercial trucks worldwide. This blog post will cover the models in North America from the late 1990s to current. Hino is a Toyota subsidiary, and its trucks are more popular outside North...
Western Star Truck Models Explained

Western Star Truck Models Explained

Western Star Trucks has a tangled history. It was founded in 1967 as the White Motor Company but worked closely with AutoCar and shared the same cabs. In 1981, Western Star sold to Bow Valley Resources. Ten years later, in 1991, it was purchased by Terry Peabody, an...
Truck Classification Explained

Truck Classification Explained

There’s a lot riding on different levels of truck classification: required permits… maintenance needs… even how long a truck can operate. And yet, truck classification – how it’s determined and why it matters – is something many people...
Mack Truck Models Explained

Mack Truck Models Explained

Of all the truck manufacturers still in operation today, Mack Trucks is the oldest. Founded in 1900 by the Mack brothers, this company has gone on to make the most iconic trademark in the industry – The Bulldog. There is no doubt that you are looking at a Mack truck...