If you are thinking about becoming a truck driver, there are several things you should consider before getting into a trucking career.
I received this letter from a proud new trucker. I am aware of his identity. He was not afraid to reveal his identity, however after some discussion, I thought it best that the letter remain anonymous.
I could write a ‘thesis’ about this letter. It’s loaded with ‘life lessons’.
I hope the some of the unhappy truckers out there, might take some advice, from this man who knows a good thing when he see it.
A truck driving job can earn you a good living. There’s also lots of jobs out there in the industry, that aren’t worth having, I’ll give you that.
But, if you really want to make it as a trucker, whether company driver or owner operator, YOU NEED TO MAKE IT HAPPEN.
Enough from me. Read the letter.
If you wish to become a truck driver, there are important decisions to make, the most critical being choosing the best CDL training school suited for you.
I have learned a lot from my 40 years as a professional driver.
There are 5 things that every one considering a truck driving career and those who are new to the industry should know.
The DAC report is a highly significant and important document for the CDL truck driver. Find out what you need to know about managing your DAC report.
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There are both pros and cons to driving with a team partner.
While many people can choose to drive on a team, some training schools require that you pair up with a trainer in order to complete your CDL training.
Whatever your situation, there are definitely going to be ‘ups and downs’ of running team in a big rig.
Reviewing the skills and knowledge in a truck driver job description is the best way to know if you’re cut out for this demanding job.
Some real life stories from trucker who have experienced team driving.
Know what to expect if you are considering driving with a partner.
If you’re wondering if a trucking career right for you, here’s a few thoughts and experiences of a 40 year career trucker, that may help you make a good decision.