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Ever wondered why all the world's fastest pickup trucks are big, beefy, and off-road oriented? Everything from the 2023 Ram 1500 TRX, Ford F-150 Lightning, and Rivian R1T are clearly geared towards high-speed desert runs. But we're looking to tip the scales back to road-biased performance pickups with this modern GMC Syclone concept.


Created exclusively for HotCars by digital artist Timothy Adry Emmanuel, this 2023 GMC Syclone is for everyone out there who loves a fast pickup, but also loves the idea of being able to hustle it down the road. That's something that trucks with all-terrain tires and lifted suspension are going to not want to do willingly. And, really, the original 1991 GMC Sierra Syclone paved the way for performance pickups in the first place, and is the best bet to bring back the tarmac-scorching variety of truck.


Considering the competition, and the GMC Sierra mid-size truck roots for this modern rendition, we expect the 2023 GMC Cyclone price to hover over the top end of the Sierra price-range if it was ever made. But even a $75,000 Syclone truck that can take on the fastest trucks in the world doesn't sound too bad, does it?


Summarized here are the California Vehicle Code (CVC) sections related to highway lane use for trucks. The CVC text is copied here with bolding added and slight editing for brevity. For the full legal wording, please use the links to the on-line CVC.


At Ten Speed Truck Service of Tifton, GA, our focus is on our commitment to providing exceptional truck repair, trailer repair and tire service at reasonable rates to our valued customers.


A bipartisan group of lawmakers urged Labor Secretary Marty Walsh on Wednesday to speed up a federal program that recruits and trains new trucker drivers to help ease the supply chain bottle necks that are disrupting the U.S. economy.


Approving applications can take weeks or months, even if they have experience with long-haul trucking, the lawmakers told Walsh on Wednesday. The group urged Walsh to work with career centers across the nation to speed up the process.


"With turnover rates for large, long haul truckers reaching the 90 percent mark and the lag time for training and onboarding new drivers lasting several months, it is critically important DOL enact these measures as soon as possible," the lawmakers wrote Walsh in their letter.


"A truck driver shortage in the United States coupled with a global economy emerging from the pandemic, has resulted in an uneven economic recovery for millions of American families. Unless we exhaust every possible avenue in which to address this crisis, we risk worsening supply constraints for manufacturers and rising prices on consumer goods," the lawmakers wrote.


Inflation in the U.S. hit a 30-year high in September, with prices rising 4.4% year over year. It was the fastest increase since 1991. Prices are rising amid a post-pandemic surge in demand coupled with manufacturing delays and labor shortages that have made it more difficult to stock shelves.


GMC built the Syclone to be more of a sporty truck and less of a workhorse. A 4.3-liter turbocharged V6 engine, running 280 hp, propelled this little truck from 0 to 60 in 5.4 seconds, as MotorWeek claimed in their retro 1991 review. With 360 lb.-ft of torque, 35% of it split to the front and 65% went to the rear.


Borrowing pistons, port fuel injectors, and throttle bodies from the Corvette L98, GMC created a powerful engine and put it into a light body pickup. To handle the tremendous boost of power from the motor, specially made Firestone, all-season, V-speed tires were installed. With 4-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel-drive capabilities, this truck turned heads back in the day.


The bed could only haul 500 lbs and the truck could only tow 2,000 lbs, which was significantly less than most other workhorse trucks on the market. GMC built only about 3,000 Syclones and stopped making it after that. These trucks still live on, nowadays, in the used truck market.


The new Syclone truck will be a modified creation from the 2019 GMC Canyon Extended cab pick up. The plan is to use a V6 engine that runs 455 hp and 425 lb-ft of torque. Because of the cost, this truck will ultimately bring, only a limited number. Only about 100 will be built for Syclone fans.


GMC Sierra 1500 is the next in line for the fastest trucks for GMC. Its 4.3-liter V6 engine runs at 355 hp and can go from 0 to 60 in 7.3 seconds. For a V6, this truck has decent power, with a top speed of 99 mph. For heavier hauls, you can also choose a 5.3 or 6.2-liter engine.


GMC Canyon is the second runner-up for the fastest pickups in the General Motor line. The Canyon is slightly slower than the Sierra when it comes to acceleration. It takes 7.5 seconds to go from 0 to 60. Its V6 engine runs at 305 hp and pairs with an eight-speed automatic transmission.


There's not really any good reason a pickup truck needs to have a ridiculous top speed unless you plan to spend some time at the track. However, in order to prove to the masses that electric vehicles are highly capable, top speed is arguably important, and it's much more impressive when it's demonstrated with a pickup truck rather than a sports car.


It's really much like turning on a light. As quickly as you can flip the switch, there's light. As quickly as you can push the accelerator pedal on a vehicle like the Rivian R1T electric pickup truck, there's more power than you'll probably ever need.


With all of that said, the guys over at The Fast Lane Truck invited Rivian Dad and his R1T (affectionately named Rocky the Rivian) to a closed airport runway to race against a Ford F-150 Lightning electric truck. Rivian Dad ran four sprints on the runway to see just how fast he could get the R1T to go. According to Rivian, it tops out at 115 mph.


The compact GMC Sonoma was a decent little truck, available with a fuel-efficient four-banger, or a workhorse 4.3L V6 with 160 hp. Or you could get it with a 280 hp, 350 lb.-ft. of torque turbocharged version of that V6 and go hunting Ferraris.


Speed limits for moving trucks and trailers exist to ensure the safety of everyone on the road (including the driver of the moving vehicle, any passengers in the moving vehicle, and all other road users), as well as the safety of the load.


Good to remember: If you exceed the moving truck speed limit, you put your life and the life of others at risk. You also increase the risk of damage to your belongings (which may necessitate costly repairs or replacements), as well as the risk of damage to the moving vehicle (which will cause you a lot of trouble and will result in an extra damage fee) and to other vehicles on the road (which you may be liable for, depending on your insurance coverage). (Related: Costly self-moving mistakes)


Similar to production-based automobiles used in stock car races, the super-truck's powertrain and transmission are based on the standard engine, gearbox and clutch used in Volvo's FH line of long-haul trailer trucks.


So without further ado, below are ALL the truck and tractor themed tutorials featured on our website right now. From popsicle sticks to paper plates and even handprint riding friends in the bed of these trucks, we have a little bit for EVERYONE to enjoy.


At the instant the traffic light turns green, a car that has been waiting at an intersection starts ahead with a constant acceleration of 3.2 m/s2 . At the same instant a truck, traveling with a constant speed of 20 m/s overtakes and passes the car at the same intersection. The car eventually overtakes the truck. Draw a motion diagram for both the car and the truck.


Begin by writing expressions for the distances traveled by the car and the truck. For the car, initial speed is zero and acceleration is 3.2 m/s^2, so d = v i * t + 1/2 a * t^2 yields d (car) = 1.6 t^2.


We can also find where the car catches the truck by substituting t = 12.5 s into either of the distance expressions above. Better yet, substitute this value into both equations to make sure they do in fact travel the same distance.


There are about 124,000 vehicles that meet this weight criteria registered in Indiana, according to a legislative fiscal report. The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) reported in 2018 that more than 414 million tons of truck freight travels through Indiana each year, making it the fifth busiest state for commercial freight traffic.


INDOT legislative director Andrea Zimmerman did not say explicitly whether the state agency supports the bill, but she pointed to a joint research study by INDOT and Purdue University that suggests an increased speed limit for trucks would reduce crash frequencies in Indiana by approximately 20%.


In 2020, there were 153 people killed in crashes involving large trucks in Indiana, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. At least 26 fatal semi-involved crashes in the state involved speeding.


An Indiana Public Policy Institute report also notes that occupants in large trucks were almost five times as likely to be injured in crashes when speeding, compared to the same vehicle type not speeding. 041b061a72


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