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  1. S

    Owner Operators Drivers Wanted in California and Indiana Area

    Requirements Owner Operator Class A CDL 2 year experience and Dry van required Local Loads from California and Indiana Long Haul Loads to Texas and Arizona Benefits: Home daily and Weekly based Pay Call Us for more Info. 916-234-7480
  2. A

    Hiring Class A CDL Drivers (Spartanburg, South Carolina)

    Pay Rate: $1325 a week plus sign on bonus of $1500 ($500 first week), ($500 in 30 Days), ($500 in 60 Days) Job Summary: Deliver time and temperature sensitive freight to customers throughout the United States. Requires Class A CDL and at least 3 yrs. verifiable OTR experience as a truck driver...
  3. N

    OTR Class A Drivers Wanted

    NG Transportation is seeking Class A CDL drivers to join our expanding team. We are looking for drivers with a minimum of 2 years experience. Reefer experience is a plus! Drivers will be primarily hauling along the east coast from Maine to North Carolina. NG Transportation provides new and clean...
  4. Spec

    Your opinion: Best websites for finding trucking jobs?

    My name is Brinna, and I work for a company called Spec On The Job. I want to ask all of you drivers out there who are either job hunting now or who are currently working, but still keeping your options open. What websites do you use the most when looking for trucking jobs? The reason I'm...
  5. A

    Heading to London UK - Any drivers interested in moving to Canada?

    Hello Everyone, I'm heading to London, England in November 6-10th to meet London Drivers through our provincial Nominee Program, and was wondering where the best place to get in front of drivers might be for advertising this opportunity? I've tried some of the classifieds and Indeed, but have...
  6. A

    European Drivers?

    I'm new to the site and the industry - so I apologize if I'm doing this wrong, before anyone jumps and freaks out! I'm here to learn and will abide by all rules! I'm wondering if there are any drivers from Europe on here and if they would suggest any good European Forums or places that drivers...
  7. S

    The voice of truck drivers! What is your favorite truck stop?....

    Hi everyone, I am sure you are all extremely busy and probably don't have the time for this BUT I am working on a small project with ASU to collect opinions from truck drivers favorite/least favorite truck stops and on the taboo subject of "sitting too much". Good, bad, whatever you thoughts...
  8. Emily

    New test program gives drivers a break from some no-fault crashes

    The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is now giving drivers an opportunity to request a review on certain types of crashes, with an eye toward removing no-fault crashes from Compliance, Safety, Accountability records. Citing input received during a 2016 notice of proposed rulemaking...
  9. Uncle Birchy

    Ride Share Drivers Rob Customers At Gunpoint

    Remember the good old days when passengers robbed the cabbies Uber and Lyft rideshare services found some thugs...
  10. TexasNana

    Drivers who can't backup

    First off I no longer drive as my husband didn't love it as much as I did. So now we provide security on a specialized type of construction yard. This I get trucks in during the night. Most of the the time it's no problem, I get them in, let them overnight, idle if the want & they're unloaded in...
  11. Getfit Tommy

    How many drivers here really know..

    About the "ugly" side of trucking? For example; name a few things that nobody wants to talk about.. Maybe some things you know about, but just choose to ignore... My list would be long, but I'd like to see if anyone responds~
  12. Emily

    Allstate rates Kansas City, Kan., drivers safest, Boston drivers the worst

    There are plenty of reports explaining how bad motorists are, so where are the safest drivers located? Allstate has released its annual America’s Best Drivers Report, naming the city in which motorists are the least likely to experience a collision: Kansas City, Kan. The 13th annual Best...
  13. J

    LOOKING TO LINK WITH OTHER DRIVERS

    I'm relatively new in trucking but I've been around it for a while
  14. K

    Question for the hungry drivers

    Hello ladies and gents Just a little background to start. Brand new here to the forum. Not a driver but the daughter of a career driver and my honey drove for a few years too. I spent some time on the road with both and in-truck cooking has come a long way but not every driver cooks and...
  15. Maria

    ATRI survey: Drivers report increased cost in DOT physicals

    The majority of truck drivers say the cost of exams has increased while the quality of care has remained stagnant since the implementation of the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners, according to a survey by the American Transportation Research Institute and the Mayo Clinic. ATRI...
  16. anthonyvasquez12

    Great Idea for OTR drivers?

    Wouldn't it be a good idea if truckers at truck stops could put the time they plan on leaving in their windshield? So we don't get blocked in by truckers coming in late. I can't even explain how many times I've left between 1-5am and I get stuck pulling out from my parking spot, mainly in Oregon...
  17. Getfit Tommy

    Autonomous trucks...drivers.. and H.O.S. ~

    When the anti-human autonomous trucks are finally fully approved for use in trucking companies... (or the software packages) .. will the "Drivers (if you can call them that ???) be subject to the same HOS as the manual drivers (us) ???? ...or, will they be allowed to whack it inside the rig for...
  18. bullj21

    Who are the worst company's for not having safe drivers?

    I just read that swift has been cited for unsafe driving 4,098 times in the past 3 years. Instead of spending all that money for watching a driver in the cab, Maybe they should spend more on teaching new drivers to drive a truck and have control of that truck. Are there other company's out...
  19. 23081

    How many new truck drivers dispatch their own loads?

    How much do you average per week? Local? 48 states? reefer? van? flat bed? hot shot?
  20. Maria

    Women In Trucking prepare 'salute' to female drivers for MATS 2017

    The Women In Trucking Association will honor female professional drivers at the 8th annual Salute to Women Behind the Wheel during the Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, Ky. The event begins at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 25, on the second floor of the South Wing (rooms C201-204), and will...
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