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Helpful Information About Truck Driving Careers
Check out this selection of articles below to learn more about career choices and how to prepare for in-demand job opportunities.
States Solutions to Ending Human Trafficking
Utah is hoping to join Ohio, Illinois, Arkansas, and Texas in adopting a human trafficking prevention course to CDL drivers. The aim of the program is to get the help of the trucking community to prevent the heinous crime.
Steps to Becoming an Oversize Load Truck Driver
Before you begin on the path to becoming an oversize load driver, you will want to enroll in trucking school. This will help you be more successful and comfortable hauling an oversize load. There are some basic regulations that apply to people who wish to become an oversize load driver. However, each state’s department of […]
Advantages of Trucking as a Career
Truck drivers transport goods across the country every day. The American economy is incredibly dependent on the trucking community to make timely and efficient deliveries to keep businesses and consumers buying and moving forward. Part of this is why truck driving is a well-respected profession and will continue for generations. Besides prestige, there are numerous […]
New requirements students must meet
Updated Dec. 27, 2021 This new rule sets up more extensive entry-level driver training (ELDT) requirements to enhance the safety of commercial motor vehicle operations. The rule establishes minimum training requirements for entry-level operators of Commercial Motor Vehicles (CMVs) in interstate and intrastate commerce.
Choosing a School That Will Get You Hired
Before you embark on your new career as a truck driver, you need to complete the required training and pass the CDL exam. Finding the right trucking school to adequately prepare you is the key to a successful start! For the highest chance of getting hired, use these tips in your search for the best […]
The more practice you have the more you will stand out to employers
Before starting a career as a CDL truck driver, there a few things you need to know about what you will learn during your training. For those eager to jump in, the first thing to be aware of is that the age requirement for intra-state driving is 18 and inter-state is 21 years old.
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