Truck drivers in the European Community must go back to school to get their CODE 95. This means they must take 35 hours of lessons in a five-year period. Employers may or may not pay for the additional schooling, and there are a variety of courses available. Learn more about CODE 95 and the trucking industry.
This article provides an in-depth look at the 24/7 trucking job in the Netherlands. It covers the experience of a female truck driver, the hazards of the job, and the unique challenges it presents. It also provides insight into the process of unloading fuel and the dangers of selling fuel straight out of the tank.
Angelique, an experienced truck driver from the Netherlands, shares her insights into the trucking industry. She discusses the challenges of the industry, such as the influx of Eastern European drivers, and the opportunities for Western European drivers.
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