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.

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    Must watch movies for truckers

    What’s more fun than enjoying some awesome movies about trucking? You may notice that half of the movies were made in the 1970s. For some reason, during this decade, people became enamored with the trucker lifestyle — looking at it as glorified modern-day cowboys, outlaws, and rebels. 

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    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.

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    What to expect from a truck driving career

    A long-haul truck driving career is a lifestyle, not just a job. It’s something that many people aren’t cut out for, which is why this type of work is readily available. Companies all over the country are always looking for drivers. There are never enough truckers to fill the needs of businesses that use these services to get […]

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    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 […]

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    Come join us and see what opportunities truck driving can provide

    If you are interested in a new career driving trucks or are a seasoned driver looking for new routes, please come join us at the Apex CDL career fair on October 20th. The event will take place at our driving school, located at 6801 State Ave, Kansas City, KS from 11 am-1 pm!

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    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.