Driving a tractor trailer is one of the most common professional driving jobs in the transportation industry. Some of the major job requirements for driving a big rig are: having the appropriate CDL, being able to process paperwork and inventories, and ensure proper maintenance of the truck. Some companies require that the driver help with the loading and unloading of the freight. For those who do not wish to perform such duties, be sure to ask if the loads are “no-touch.”
Truck driving hours are also a major aspect of driving a tractor trailer. Be sure to ask any potential employers about their typical driving schedules and how often you can expect to be home. Some companies now employ team drivers that work together to make deliveries. Driver pay per mile, expense reimbursements, and paid time off are other benefits that can differentiate one company from another. Check below and find the right tractor trailer driving job for you.
Types Include: Reefer, Box, Curtain Sider, Tanker, Dry Bulk, Lowboy, Refrigerated Carrier, Auto Hauler, Flatbed, Step Trailer, Double Decker, and OTR.
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