Many people want to get into trucking as local drivers, but a rookie driver isn't ready for the demands of local trucking jobs. Here's why you should start OTR.
Forced dispatch means a driver can not refuse a load assignment. Is this fair? Should a driver have that right?
New drivers think they'll be free agents after graduating from school but there's more to the story they don't understand.
According to recruiters at major trucking companies, the demand for truck drivers is extremely high and recruiting environment is hyper competitive.
What do you have to do when you fail or refuse a DOT drug test? Here is the return-to-duty process explained simply.
Truck drivers often receive per diem pay each week which is technically a meal expense reimbursement. We'll cover all of the details about per diem here.
The DAC report is a background check used by trucking companies to help determine whether or not a driver is a good candidate for hire.
Recruiters in the trucking industry are a valuable resource, but drivers make one big mistake when speaking with recruiters. Here's what it is...
With all of the negativity surrounding the trucking industry, how do you choose the right company to work for and what do companies look for in a driver?
Finding a truck driving job after graduating from CDL training is not guaranteed. Here we cover factors affecting your chances of finding work in trucking
Pre-hire letters are a very important step when beginning your truck driving career. We'll cover what they are, why they're important, and how to get em.
I've completed my CDL training and I now have my CDL but there was plenty of stress and some rough teachers to deal with along the way - here's the story
Truck driving jobs are available, but many trucking companies have been able to be more selective in this slower economy than they have in the past.
it's far easier than you might imagine to get the safety records of trucking companies, and these records have a big effect on a company's drivers.
Finding a truck driving job during a recession like this is much tougher than it usually is, but the jobs are out there and things look better!
Truck driving is looked upon as the last great hope for many Americans who have lost work. Where would I look for work in trucking today?
A popular blog regarding choosing a truck driving job. It includes many factors, especially your family, personality, and lifestyle.
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