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Local truck drivers transport goods, usually in light trucks or vans, over short distances. Most drivers work for businesses, such as department stores and meat packers, that carry their own goods, or for trucking companies.
Regional Truck Driving is a particular area of the nation. Regional truck drivers transport freight. This produces "Goldilocks" jobs that are just perfect for drivers who do want to hit the open road while remaining near enough to home to get there every week or more.
Port truck drivers are commercial drivers who, at port stations such as rail yards and shipping ports, mainly perform pickups and drop-offs.
If you are looking for a schedule that keeps you closer to home, port and rail might be the ideal choice.
Corporate Truck Driving jobs is like working for a Fortune 500 company. We are subcontracted out to fulfill the company's needs.
Government driving is when your working for the Federal, State, Local Agencies.
Team driving is when the same truck is driven by two drivers taking turns. To keep high-value cargo going, customers pay more, so we pay more