Trucking Job Resource

Car Hauler FAQ’s The trucking industry truly offers a variety of career options for skilled drivers with the proper training and endorsements. There has been a nationwide shortage of drivers for several years now, and this is expected to continue into the foreseeable future. That’s why it’s a good idea to explore this career path now, while the job market is ripe. Car hauling is... more
Want to Earn Your Class A CDL? Truck Driver salaries can be an extremely varied list when truck drivers have their Class A CDL after training or school. CDL A is a classification breakdown of all the different types of driving classifications. CDL Classifications in A cover vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating that is 26,001 pounds or more and also is towing anything that is... more
Dedicated Trucking: Consistent, Reliable, in High Demand. As you look for the perfect truck driving job for your CDL class, your schedule, and your career goals, you may have come across dedicated truck driving jobs. Dedicated jobs are often in high demand among truckers, since they can give you reliability and stability in your schedule. Learn more about dedicated truck driving routes... more
GPS for Truck Drivers Whether you drive the same route every day or you take on new trips every time you drive, you can’t ignore the benefits of a solid GPS system. Reading maps can be tricky and even dangerous if you try to read while driving. Furthermore, maps may not have up-to-date information on bridge weight limits, closed roads, and alternate routes. However, you can’t just... more
Drug Testing at Trucking Companies: What You Need to Know Going for a drug test is a nerve-wracking experience, regardless of how confident you are about passing it. Whether you are a new truck driver getting ready for your pre-employment drug screen or an experienced driver who is required to take a test after a road incident, learning more about the truck driving drug test process... more
Everything you Need to Know About Oil Field Driver Jobs Job opportunities for CDL drivers in oil fields are increasing due to the boost in fracking across the country, especially where oil and gas company initiatives are concentrated. If you live in an area where oil field driver jobs are available, you might want to consider this career for several reasons. The following... more
What to expect as a First Year Truck Driver The ability to travel on a regular basis while making money doing something you love is a privilege and a dream for most. One of the few employment positions that have this privilege are truck drivers. Drivers deliver items from around the world throughout the U.S. and sometimes even Canada and Mexico. Truckers are an essential part of... more
Starting out in the trucking industry can be frustrating for rookies. What most new truck drivers do not understand is that experience is where the money is. Just like with any other job, entry level positions do pay considerably less. Going through a truck driving school that offers employment placement assistance really is your best bet. Inexperienced tractor trailer drivers are a... more
Discover what it is to be a Flatbed Truck Driver The majority of loads truckers haul can easily be transported by tractor-trailers. However, many companies produce goods that cannot be transported by traditional means, due to their size or shape. When this happens, companies turn to flatbed truck drivers. Flatbed trucks have goods that are tied down to the truck, allowing them to... more
What are fuel handler and fuel driver jobs? Typically, fuel handlers transport fuel from petroleum companies to gas stations and other places that need fuel. Drivers transport fuel in large tanker trucks and have many responsibilities that require company-specific training that goes beyond your CDL and endorsement requirements. The information below is meant to help you determine if... more

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