Top CDL Class A Driver Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a CDL Class A Driver. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of CDL Class A Driver resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.2% of CDL Class A Driver resumes contained Delivery Instructions as a skill. Let's find out what skills a CDL Class A Driver actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on CDL Class A Driver resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Delivery Instructions

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Here's how Delivery Instructions is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Review delivery instructions prior to preparing delivery route.
  • Followed delivery instructions and maintained compliance with all DOT safety regulations, company and customer policies, and procedures.
  • Collected and verified delivery instructions, reported defects, accidents, or violations.
  • Collected delivery instructions from appropriate sources, verifying instructions and routes.
  • Collect delivery instructions from dispatcher, verifying instructions and routes.
  • Collect delivery instructions from appropriate sources to ensure loading order.
  • Collect delivery instructions from Shippers, Dispatch by phone or Treq device, verifying instructions and routes by Maps and GPS.
  • Pick up & delivery, Line Haul driver Collecting delivery instructions, verifying instructions and routes.

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2. Appropriate Safety Procedures

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Here's how Appropriate Safety Procedures is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting materials, tools or equipment.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting on highways and interstates.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting of passengers.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting food and produce to and from Kansas City, Louisville, and Chicago.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting Aggregate material to local, State and Federal Job sites.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods Inspect loads to ensure that cargo is secure.

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3. Tractor-Trailer Combinations

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Here's how Tractor-Trailer Combinations is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Drive tractor-trailer combinations to transport and deliver products.
  • Drive truck with capacities greater than three tons including tractor-trailer combinations and to transport and deliver products and other materials.
  • Hooked and unhooked trailers from the tractor.Operated tractor-trailer combinations,including doubles and triples.
  • Operated gasoline and diesel-powered, tractor-trailer combinations to deliver products and materials in liquid and packaged form.
  • Drive tractor-trailer combinations applying knowledge of commercial driving regulations to transport and deliver materials over long distance.
  • Picked up and delivered trailers between Service Centers and/or turn-point locations via tractor-trailer combinations.

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4. Vehicle Inspections

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Here's how Vehicle Inspections is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Operated electronic logs and conducted vehicle inspections daily.
  • Completed routine vehicle inspections as required.
  • Operated tow hauler, performed daily vehicle inspections, Checked truck supplies and equipment such as gas, water, oil.
  • Performed vehicle inspections and preventive maintenance before, during and after trips, as well as daily.
  • Preform vehicle inspections and preventative maintenance before, during and after trips.
  • Maintain documents concerning P&D and vehicle inspections.
  • Complete logs, reports and vehicle inspections.
  • Perform post-trip vehicle inspections, perform any preventive maintenance required, complete and finalize any paperwork associated with transportations of goods.
  • Maintained records such as vehicle inspections, logs, working hours, cargobilling statements in accordance with regulations.
  • Perform pre/post vehicle inspections and follow FMCSA and USDOT regulations.
  • Complete vehicle Pre and Post Trip Vehicle Inspections.
  • Deliver and unload at ACE Hardware stores Daily vehicle inspections Basic maintenance of vehicle
  • Perform pre/post trip vehicle inspections daily.
  • deliver equipment and materials to and from job sites,Dot rules and regulations , keep logs, vehicle inspections
  • Line haul/jockey driver Load/unload LTL freight Cross-dock operations Daily vehicle inspections Basic maintenance of vehicle

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5. OTR

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Here's how OTR is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Transported materials and heavy equipment OTR: crush cars, scrap metal, aluminum, copper, steel and wood.
  • Planned OTR travel routes in accordance with traffic and bulk cargo transportation laws, regulations and guidelines.
  • Based out of Burns Harbor, IN OTR Flatbed trailer - hauling steel coil and steel tubing/pipe.
  • Truck Driver for OTR drove flatbed truck delivered steel, lumber, pipe and coils.
  • Haul reefer or dry van products OTR to customers, back in and get unloaded.
  • Transported Various goods over the road(OTR)/cross country via 18-wheeled refrigerated truck.
  • Operated a Company Commercial Vehicle OTR making deliveries and pick-ups in a timely matter.
  • Obtained class A CDL then completed 10,000 mile OTR training with instructor.
  • Hired in to do Regional Drop n Hook turned into OTR All 48
  • Company driver OTR 48 states looking for local work in Roanoke, Va
  • Transport Cargo via flatbed Commercial vehicle OTR (Over the road)
  • Needed to come home from OTR because of family.
  • DOT Regulated Tractor Trailer driver for dedicated OTR Route.
  • Drive teams OTR run for Toyota of San Antonio
  • Deliver milk to Different milk companies locally and OTR
  • DOT inspections, driving OTR, Electronic logs
  • Transported freight of all kinds OTR.
  • Dry Van OTR, east coast regional
  • Deliver to local and/or OTR customers.
  • Lower 48 state OTR transport driver

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6. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Provided daily guidance to customer service representatives to ensure customer service is delivered in a timely, efficient and knowledgeable manner.
  • Demonstrate orientation towards excellent customer service by conducting daily activities, communication and interactions in a positive and professional manner.
  • Provide quality customer service through delivery and distribution of ice products to customers.
  • Maintain consistent on-time arrival of goods, professional attitude providing excellent customer service.
  • Supervised customer service representatives and organizes work schedules and work activities.
  • Provide excellent customer service in a professional and efficient manner.
  • Presented quality customer service to customers during the delivery process.
  • Complete Customer service on every aspect to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Managed inventory and provided customer service to company clients.
  • Provided excellent customer service on a timely basis.
  • Maintain open communication and demonstrate great customer service.
  • Acknowledged for high productivity and customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service to corporate clients.
  • Develop and maintain good customer service relationships.
  • Demonstrate internal and external customer service9.
  • Established reliability and customer service.
  • Provided customer service during delivery.
  • Delivered company products throughout southern Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, while providing excellent customer service.
  • Rotate delivered products in a customer's place of business to ensure product freshness and customer service and sales experience.
  • Work to resolve customer service issues at the time of delivery, or escalate them as appropriate to the manager.

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7. Log Book

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Here's how Log Book is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Operated Tractor Van Trailer- Delivered freight to appointed destinations- Maintained electronic log books per DOT regulations
  • Maintained accurate log books and shipping/receiving documentation.
  • Prepared daily electronic log books, maintained inventory and supplies up to the amount of $20 million in product.
  • Maintain log books of driving activities to ensure compliance with federal regulations governing the rest and work periods for operators.
  • Communicate with dispatch, fill out log books, bill of ladings, identify and label Hazardous chemicals.
  • Organized and tactfully managed log books for deliveries as well as expense reports and information for the trip.
  • Maintained daily log books, daily assignments where to load at various rock quarries and locations to dump.
  • Maintained a daily paper log books to the specifications required by the DOT and Federal Motor Carriers.
  • Maintain accurate Driver's Log Book as required by Federal and State Department of transportation Regulations.
  • Followed Federal regulations, maintaining a log book according to the state and company regulations.
  • Route delivery truck driver, DOT reg, log books, customer service, safety inspections
  • Operated Conventional tractors in excess of 50 tons, completed log books, and payroll.
  • Maintained log books for hours driven/rest periods and kilometers spent driving and retain fuel/toll receipts
  • Recorded service hours daily using Log Book and followed DOT laws and regulations.
  • Unload customer products, fill out log book per DOT safety regulations.
  • Make sure log books are with me and up to date accurately.
  • Conducted daily vehicle inspections and log books as required by FMCSA regulations.
  • Log books and paperwork were turned in correctly at the end.
  • Prepare Bill of Lading, Log Books and Fuel Mileage reports.
  • Maintained required log books, invoicing, and other pertinent paperwork.

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8. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Maintain day to day operations of a large oilfield company Safely load, secure and transport HazMat.
  • Haul dangerous cargo; explosives, radioactive, HAZMAT: Secured cargo; weapons, munitions
  • Well versed in HAZMAT carriage and delivery precautions and protocols.
  • Verified all dispatch instructions and HAZMAT products and descriptions.
  • Follow all procedures related to HAZMAT transport.
  • Practiced and achieved Hazmat endorsement.
  • Belly dump trailer; Hazmat and tanker; Pump truck rigging and operation; maintain truck and trailer.
  • Provide training to drivers & supervisors on all aspects of the law pertaining to DOT & Hazmat.
  • Pick up and deliver fuel, food grade products, flammable, and other Hazmat materials.
  • Handled loading and unloading material, Tanker & Hazmat endorsement, fertilizer, grain and farm products
  • License endorsed with singles and doubles combination vehicles, Tanker, and soon to be Hazmat.
  • Operate Tanker Truck & Trailer- Deliver Hazmat material to appointed destinations- Compute and measure level of liquids
  • Drive water truck with hazmat endorsement, preventative maintenance of vehicle's, frequent traveling.
  • Maintain air brake certification and CDL Class A with Tank and Hazmat and Doubles endorsement.
  • Follow safety procedures of all clients' businesses, hazmat and DOT regulations.
  • Review BOL's and Hazmat quantities if product needs to be placard.
  • Pick up and deliver all over the USA and Canada, Hazmat,
  • Used Hazmat endorsement and traveled in a variety of conditions.
  • Transport payload to sipper and receiver with hazmat and tanker endorsements
  • Hauled Hazmat raw material loads for Coca Cola and Pepsi.

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9. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Transport heavy equipment that operates custom concrete and asphalt crushing business that specializes in creating recycling solutions.
  • Relocated heavy equipment when necessary in keeping with both commercial and residential construction projects.
  • Certified tractor trailer operator for heavy equipment delivery also, loaded equipment as required.
  • Operate heavy equipment for utilities equipment, Laborer and materials
  • Mobilized heavy equipment in a variety of locations.
  • Transport diesel to replenish construction heavy equipment.
  • Operated heavy equipment-Moving material and loading trucks.
  • Drive heavy equipment, operate heavy equipment
  • Performed operations with heavy equipment.
  • Conducted operations with heavy equipment.
  • Operate sleeper truck w/ step deck, move heavy equipment, excavators, bulldozers, backhoe's, etc.
  • Transport the heavy equipment to and from job sights as well as materials to and from job sights.
  • Skilled in the operation of heavy equipment such as back hoes, mini-excavators, and skid steers.
  • Operate heavy equipment, dig trenches, electrical wiring, drill holes on rig and maintenance rig.
  • Haul heavy equipment for the oil and gas industry as well as operate pumps on sight.
  • CAT certified on various CAT equipment Chain down and load heavy equipment and mining equipment.
  • Experience using heavy equipment such as Bobcat, front-end loader and forklift.
  • Experience operating all kinds of heavy equipment, from Backhoes to Excavators.
  • Job Duties: Safely haul oil field heavy equipment (Pipes/tractors/material/etc.)
  • Have operated lowboy and heavy equipment for local contractors since 1975.

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10. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Delivered equipment to job sites and facilities for monthly/annual maintenance/inspections.
  • Worked closely as a team to work safely and efficiently to rig up and rig down every job site as needed.
  • Operate truck in a safe and professional manner on public highways and locally at various job sites when delivering freight.
  • Transport the necessary items to each job site, transport machinery such as bobcats and pump mixers to job sites.
  • Drive and Maintain Concrete Mixer Truck* Deliver Concrete to job sites* Fill out paperwork for deliveries* Maintain truck and equipment
  • Drive a tanker truck with a trailer attached loaded with the horizontal directional drill to job sites.
  • Drive flat bed and 53 footer trailers and roll off trucks to different job sites and warehouses
  • Load up and haul machinery to job sites and haul material to and from job sites.
  • Dump truck driver, deliver aggregate, equipment and product to and from job sites.
  • Worked closely with operations managers to help maintain needed equipment out on every job site.
  • Haul equipment to job site also work on sites pouring concrete laying rock build towers etc
  • Drive tractor, pneumatic trailer hauling dry bulk materials to various job sites and businesses
  • Monitor the status and location of crews on the road and at job sites.
  • Deliver petroleum products to various stores, and job sites with a petroleum tanker.
  • Pick up materials, go to scales for weight and deliver to job sites.
  • Transport and deliver rental equipment to various job sites throughout the state of Alaska.
  • Operated vehicle in a safe and professional manner on highways and at job sites.
  • Delivered heavy construction equipment to customers job sites in a timely and safe manner.
  • Transport roll off containers to various job sites across the country with specialized equipment.
  • Hauled construction debris and waste from job site and/or transfer station to landfill.

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11. Dump Truck

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Here's how Dump Truck is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Operate backhoes at various rig sites to unload grounded open tops of drilling waste into my awaiting Big Rig dump truck.
  • Operate a diverse range of machines and equipment including tractor, dump truck, tanker, and automated loading systems.
  • Operate dump truck to transport, load, and unload loose materials, such as sand, gravel and rock.
  • Maneuvered dump truck into loading and unloading positions, checking that vehicle and loading equipment are properly positioned.
  • Dump trucks, loading and unloading yard waste, time management, Dump waste at appropriate disposal site.
  • Picked up and delivered cargo in a dump truck using knowledge of roads, highways and interstates.
  • Drive truck hauling quad axle dump truck also have experience in road work and asphalt tandem coal trucks
  • Bored substations for different contractors, Skid Loader, Backhoe, Dump truck, Forklift operator.
  • Operated forklifts, boom trucks, flatbed dump trucks, piggyback and tractor trailer trucks.
  • Ride a dump truck along with a Truck and trailer hauling debris to the dump
  • Hauled equipment driving semi, operated winch truck, dump truck, and pole truck
  • Drive side dump and end dump trucks loaded with concrete to dump site.
  • Operated dump truck/ cement truck in accordance with company safety polices and procedures.
  • Dump truck and occasionally belly dumps, and semi-tractor truck with attached trailers.
  • Operate Tandem Dump Trucks, Water Trucks, and other equipment as required.
  • Transported steel in open top dump truck weighing no more than 80,000 lbs.
  • Job Title- CDL Driver: Operate belly dump and twelve foot dump trucks.
  • Operated, maintain, and service heavy equipment and operate dump truck.
  • Fabricated new dump trucks, repaired dump bodies and hydraulic systems.
  • Dump truck and PUP experience hauling various commodities* Low Boy/oversize load experience

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12. Tractor Trailers

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Here's how Tractor Trailers is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Procure tractor trailers which have been left at shops, or homes in a northeast regional setting from Virginia to Vermont.
  • Drive Class A Tractor Trailers to and from Local restaurants, hand unload frozen, cooler, and dry products.
  • Maintained yard equipment, including tractor trailers, front end loader for snow removal and fork lift maintenance.
  • Shuttle Class 8 tractor trailers in the PNW while looking for a commercial logistics management position.
  • Operate a variety of tractor trailers both locally and interstate transporting different types of freight.
  • Hauled heavy haul for the iron industry and did the mechanics for the tractor trailers.
  • Test drive new tractor trailers and straight trucks mostly pulling spread axle step deck trailers.
  • Operate skid steer and swinger to load fertilizer onto tractor trailers with auger system.
  • Drive tractor trailers to local and over the road destinations for deliveries.
  • Load and unloaded equipment and material onto tractor trailers and low-boy trailers.
  • Delivered in 53 foot tractor trailers with maximum of 18 pallets.
  • Experienced with 53 ft. tractor trailers, vans and reefers.
  • Dock, load, and stage transport tractor trailers.
  • Drive 53 foot tractor trailers equipped with air brakes.
  • Operated class B and class A tractor trailers.
  • Drive Cattle pod / flat deck tractor trailers
  • Drive tractor trailers cross country.
  • Drive tractor trailers up to 53' as well as box trucks up to 42'.
  • Loaded/Unloaded tractor trailers Picked up pods at different locations according to daily manifest Knowledge and usage of Thomas Guide
  • demonstrated reliability, compliance of DOT regulations and safety while driving single and double tractor trailers.

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13. Safe Driving

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Here's how Safe Driving is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Developed and maintained safe driving habits in addition to always deliver and estimate accurate deliver time.
  • Recognized for outstanding professional achievement, earning multiple Safe Driving Awards.
  • Deliver to 5 state area 2500 miles per week safe driving awards for 5 years annual defensive driving courses 5 years
  • Have over 13 years of safe driving with a record to back it up.
  • Received merit based quarterly safe driving bonuses every year of employ.
  • Received the J.B. Hunt One Year Safe Driving Award
  • Maintain safe driving record, help maintain vehicles.
  • Accumulated over 25,000 safe driving miles.
  • Received a 4-year safe driving award.
  • Accumulated 50,000 safe driving miles.
  • Practiced safe driving skills daily.
  • Load and chain or strap heavy machines and transport to install locations in townSkills UsedSafe driving in heavy traffic conditions.
  • Practice safe driving during my routes as well as maintaining a pre- trip inspection and keeping vehicle inspection logs electronically.
  • Perpetuated a time sensitive culture allowing for greater job completion rate.Skills UsedSafe driving Methods such as SMITH system.
  • Perform routine checks on tractor and trailer.I maintain a safe driving record.
  • Thank you for your concern !Skills UsedSafety / safe driving
  • Performed pre-trip and post-trip inspections to insure safe driving.
  • line haul, city, dock, forklift ,23 yrs safe driving extremely knowledgeable in all aspects of freight operation.
  • employed Job Duties: transportation, distribution of food and paper services, delivery services, maintain a safe driving environment
  • Scheduled time restricted from Sun - Friday most weeks.Over 925000 safe driving miles with several driver of the month awards.

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14. Reefer

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Here's how Reefer is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Experience in Dry Vans, Reefers, Flatbed, End Dump, Walking Floor, Hopper Bottom, and DoubleTrailers.
  • Deliver dry van & reefer groceries to the Walmart / Sam's Clubs all over Mid / South Florida.
  • Deliver and pick up frozen and refrigerated freight with a reefer- dry van attached to my semi.
  • Operate a day cab tractor with a 53ft reefer trailer making local deliveries to Grocery stores.
  • Delivered frozen food to different states in the US driving a semi with a reefer trailer.
  • Used day cab and full bed tractors along with reefer and dry van trailers.
  • Operate a Class 8 CMV with 53ft reefer trailers to Federal Regulations and Standards.
  • Pulled a reefer trailer and dry van, hauling secured and armed guarded loads.
  • Deliver refrigerated goods around the united states using a Tractor and Reefer box trailer.
  • Operated an 18 wheeler tractor trailer hauling 53 feet trailers, including reefers.
  • Pulled 53 foot reefer trailer that contained refrigerated and dry food products.
  • Haul mainly 53ft reefer or swing door and roll door dry van.
  • Refueled Tractor and Reefer Unit at the end of each shift.
  • Check the equipment and use the reefer for temperature changes.
  • Work 10-14 hour days driving a 48 foot reefer unit.
  • Pulled spread axle reefer trailer, dry van experience.
  • Watched temperature of reefer and keeping full of fuel.
  • Pick up and deliver products with reefer trailer locally.
  • Operated Reefer units and daily post trips on equipment.
  • Required to record and log temperature on reefer unit.

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15. Pallet Jack

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Here's how Pallet Jack is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Operate lift and pallet jack to remove product from truck, lift boxes up to 100lbs and assist store employees.
  • Load and unload material into containers, flatbed, end dump or dump trucks using pallet jack or fork lift.
  • Unload orders at customer site utilizing a pallet jack, and a hand-truck, verify product count and description.
  • Used electric pallet jack moved material from dock to box truck making sure truck was loaded correctly.
  • Have experience with a: lift gate hand cart manual/power pallet jack Accomplishments Clean driving record.
  • Operate powered industrial vehicles (forklifts, pallet jacks, order pickers, etc.)
  • Deliver in a 48ft trailer with a lift gate and use an electric pallet jack.
  • Warehouse duties using a forklift, electric/hand pallet jack, manual & hand truck.
  • Skilled at unloading with forklift, pallet jack or with hand unload if needed.
  • Loaded and Unloaded Straight Trucks and Tractor Trailers using forklift's and pallet jacks.
  • Deliver and pick up product at various locations Unload truck using forklift and pallet jack
  • Job involved loading/unloading my truck with a forklift or pallet jack and making deliveries.
  • Used other material handling equipment to complete deliveries (forklift/electric pallet jack).
  • Unload product using a hand truck and pallet jack to deliver to customer.
  • Demonstrated ability to operate pallet jacks and forklifts to unload freight as needed.
  • Load and unload pallets, products, & equipment using pallet jacks.
  • Operated heavy equipment including forklifts, star climbers, and pallet jacks.
  • Sit down and stand up lift and double electric pallet jack.
  • Used pallet jacks and used equipment to wrap pallets when need.
  • Load and unload products at customer locations using manual pallet jacks.

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16. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Followed all federal and state regulations regarding height, weight, length and speed.
  • Maintain updated truck log in compliance with federal and state regulations via paper/phone application.
  • Maintained updated school bus log in compliance with federal and state regulations.
  • Followed all required DOT rules and regulations and state regulations.
  • Maintained daily truck logs according to state regulations.
  • Followed all DOT Fed/State Regulations.
  • Demonstrated the capacity to ensure the safe delivery of freight within specified timeframes while upholding compliance with federal and state regulations.

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17. Pre Trip Inspections

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Here's how Pre Trip Inspections is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Post and pre trip inspections, keep log book up to date, secure loads.
  • Perform daily pre trip inspections on class A vehicles.Transport various cargo to different locations.
  • Comply with DOT regulations such as log books,pre trip inspections.
  • Enter information in a driver tech such as pre trip inspections and post trip Skills Used Muti task, Time management,
  • Drop Loaded Containers at BNSF Railyards Skills Used Pre Trip inspections and Drive Tractor Trailers (53")

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18. Post Trip Inspections

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Here's how Post Trip Inspections is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Perform daily post trip inspections along with required paperwork
  • Arrive back at base location and complete all post trip inspections and paperwork.
  • Perform Prior trip and post trip inspections of equipment and motor vehicles.
  • Confirmed vehicle safe and legal to operate through pre-trip and post trip inspections and verification of regulatory documentation.
  • Performed daily pretrip/post trip inspections.
  • Do Pre Trip and Post trip inspections on Tractor and trailer to make sure equipment was in compliance with DOT regulations.
  • Perform pre and post trip inspections on trailers and tractor, report any repairs needed and perform small repairs when possible.
  • Performed Daily Pre and Post Trip Inspections to ensure and maintain safe working order and condition of equipment being used.
  • Ensured truck was safe by performing pre-trip and post trip inspections as well as performing any maintenance that was needed.
  • Performed a pre-trip and post trip inspections daily, kept operational records and made simple reports based on operational records.
  • Truck Driver Performed pre/post trip inspections every day, every load, inspected and maintained securing of my load.
  • Assisted in unloading, documenting paper work and taking care of allpre and post trip inspections on truck.
  • Performed pre-trip and post trip inspections and made small repairs on tractor and/ or trailers as necessary.
  • Completed all tractor trailer pre and post trip inspections to ensure safety and continued use of equipment.
  • Load and unload product Safely drive tractor/trailer to deliver destinations and follow DOT regulationsPre and post trip inspections
  • Conducted thorough pre- and post trip inspections to ensure personal safety and protection of valuable assets.
  • Perform pre/post trip inspections and ensured that loads are properly secure or weight to DOT specifications.
  • Record condition of the tractor-trailer prior to leaving and in returning to garage with pre/post trip inspections
  • Performed daily pre and post trip inspections on the truck and trailer, strapped load securely.
  • Completed pre and post trip inspections of 50 foot straight truck in ensure proper operation.

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19. Traffic Laws

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Here's how Traffic Laws is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Obey traffic laws and keep the dispatchers updated if there are any delays or mechanical issues.
  • Obey traffic laws.being aware of my surrounding when traveling and maneuvering in tight places.
  • Reported and incidents to dispatcher, followed all appropriate traffic laws.
  • Obeyed all traffic laws set by the state and federal government.
  • Followed all traffic laws and complied with all safety regulations.
  • Follow all traffic laws that pertain to CDL licensed individuals.
  • Secured cargo against inclement weather, pilferage, and damage.Obeyed traffic laws, and followed established traffic and transportation procedures.
  • Read maps and followed written and verbal geographic direction Obeyed traffic laws and followed established traffic and transportation procedures.
  • Deliver goods while operating a tractor-trailer truck Follow company procedures, safety regulations, and traffic laws.
  • Obeyed All Traffic Laws and Ensured Customers With Safe Trip * Operated Bus in a Safe Manner

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20. Qualcomm

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Here's how Qualcomm is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Teach Student how to use company's QUALCOMM and practice Logbooks 3.
  • Worked a QUALCOMM computer system each day.
  • Displayed thorough knowledge of QUALCOMM system.
  • Used QUALCOMM to keep record of my hours.
  • Operated computers & Qualcomm system for communication & recording business transactions.
  • Company Driver, shipping and receiving, proper paperwork, follow all DOT regulations, route planing, mapping, Qualcomm Logs
  • Covered all DOT regulations, receiving and shipping paperwork, Qualcomm logs, mapping and daily planing for routes.
  • Use of Qualcomm on board computer system for load assignments, delivery completions and reports of vehicle inspection.
  • Handled regular inspections and repairs of the truck through the dispatcher via a Qualcomm system.
  • Documented all important daily legible DOT logs and 100% compliant with Qualcomm.
  • Maintain electronic hours of service logs using Qualcomm.
  • Use of Qualcomm electronic log and navigation device.
  • Transport Qualcomm Computer merchandise in the cab.
  • Do paper work and Qualcomm often.
  • Updated Qualcomm on-board computers promptly.
  • Use of in-cab Qualcomm system.
  • Communicate via qualcomm with company.
  • Operate Qualcomm, plan routes, etc.
  • Use of Qualcomm for electronic logs Delivering dry and refrigerated freight on a timely and professional bases in all 48 states.
  • Use Qualcomm system to maintain e-logs (Hours of service), send macros (reports) and for navigation.

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21. DOT

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Here's how DOT is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Performed daily inspections on all equipment condition of property and stable loading withing DOT Regulations
  • Perform drive certifications/re-certifications for DOT drivers & maintain records.
  • Deliver containers to customer while following DOT regulations.
  • Operated within DOT regulations and company policy.
  • Maintain required logs/paperwork according to DOT regulations.
  • Maintained electronic logbooks according to DOT Regulations.
  • DOT regulations and Hazardous material transportation.
  • Maintained and inspected truck daily, reporting all inadequacies to be repaired/replaced in timely manner and in keeping with DOT laws.
  • Complete Driver's Daily Logs, Inspection Logs, IFTA Fuel logs, and Rental contracts per DOT and company policies.
  • Provide Training on Dot Laws and company standards to new employees, I serve as a leadership member to our branch.
  • Follow legal weight limits, road signs, changing traffic laws, bridge lengths and safety regulations given by the DOT.
  • Utilize electronic DOT logs and prepare and submit all bills of lading, delivery tickets and accompanying documents to employer.
  • Haul sand gravel and crushed concrete to customers followed dot regulations and did all oil changes greasing of my equipment
  • Maintain professional appearance and use company-provided uniforms Maintain equipment at the level required by the DOT and the company.
  • Operate vehicle according to all federal, state, and local laws, including those pertaining to DOT regulations.
  • Complete review of time sheets, driver logs, and mileage sheets for correct entry in DOT log records.
  • Teach Student to observed DOT time, weight balance procedures techniques, observed road signs and weathers driving techniques.
  • Followed the federal motor carrier safety administration (FMCSA) and department of transportation (DOT) regulations.
  • Clean and Clear driving record with a valid DOT PhysicalAll legal Criteria is currently met as of 11/01/17St.
  • Maintain equipment, daily logs, and related documentation in status defined by US DOT rules and standards.

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22. Weather Conditions

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Here's how Weather Conditions is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Worked in adverse weather conditions without temperature or other environmental controls.
  • Plan routing and trip schedule in adherence with specific customer needs, US DOT regulations, and current road/weather conditions.
  • Learned how to maneuver truck & loads in different weather conditions wind, rain, snow, & ice.
  • Delivered freight throughout the 48 states with a 53 foot dry van trailer in all weather conditions as owner operator
  • Accustomed to working under harsh weather conditions: easily lift and carry more than 100 pounds.
  • Used straps to safely secure loads and tarps to protect loads from intense weather conditions.
  • Job requires safe driving during the day and night in all types of weather conditions.
  • Time management, and working in all weather conditions, wet, cold, hot.
  • Demonstrated the ability to control fully loaded vehicle in a variety of weather conditions.
  • Delivered freight local with a 53 foot dry van trailer in all weather conditions.
  • Experienced in OTR assignments as well as various weather conditions and terrain.
  • Drive long hours safely and under a variety of weather conditions.
  • Roll Off drivers are exposed to extreme weather conditions.
  • Worked outside and transported cargo in all weather conditions.
  • Have covered 40 states and all weather conditions.
  • Drive through many types of weather conditions.
  • Worked safely in all weather conditions.
  • Operated a tractor-trailer combination in urban, suburban and rural environments and in all types of weather conditions.
  • Drive various tractors and trailers up to 48 in all weather conditions.
  • Operated safely within the DOT regulations Drove over 3000 miles per week Drove safely in all weather conditions

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23. New Drivers

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Here's how New Drivers is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Job Description: Operate commercial vehicle, understanding and executing of federal commercial laws, training new drivers.
  • Assisted in training new drivers in all company procedures, including fork lift classes and routes.
  • Train new drivers on duties to complete days work properly and a safety manner.
  • Trained new drivers in all aspects of truck driving as a mentor/trainer.
  • Train new drivers on company policies and route delivery of products.
  • Provide training to new drivers to service customer needs.
  • Conducted road/safety tests for new drivers and temporary drivers.
  • Traveled on-road with new drivers for their first week.
  • Trained new drivers As well as supervising them.
  • Trained new drivers and hauled heavy equipment.
  • Trained new drivers on boom trucks.
  • Train new drivers on company protocol.
  • Assisted with training new drivers.
  • Trained New Drivers with equipment Also did Flow back to Disposal

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24. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Prepared and managed proper pick-up and delivery labeling and manifesting of hazardous materials.
  • Transport Hazardous and non Hazardous materials to desired Oil field locations per customer request
  • Operated pneumatic tankers in removal of liquid and solid hazardous materials.
  • Developed and Management of Hazardous Materials and disposal.
  • Qualified to transport hazardous materials.
  • License Type: Class A CDL, with endorsement of Tanker, Hazardous Materials, Double and Triple Trailers.
  • Check shipping papers to determine the nature of load and to check for the presence of hazardous materials.
  • Obtained Transportation Workers Identification Card, passed hazardous materials tests, able to perform duties no supervision,
  • Transported Hazardous Materials, maintained a daily driver's log and daily truck inspection and maintenance.
  • Bulk tanker pick up and delivery of hazardous materials using air or pump.
  • Offer 12+ years of experience transporting product and hazardous materials for various industries.
  • Trained in appropriate methods of responding to hazardous materials spills.
  • Drive end dump and tanker trailers with hazardous materials
  • Transported Hazardous materials throughout the Country.
  • Handle and transport hazardous materials.
  • Ensured loaded containers were legal according to regulatory specifications Trained in appropriate methods of responding to hazardous materials spills.
  • Performed daily line haul operations * Transported Hazardous Materials
  • Transported Hazardous Materials * Maintained driver's logs, vehicle inspection and maintenance.
  • Maintained current Class A CDL with Hazardous Materials and Doubles and Triples endorsements.
  • Transport hazardous materials such as gasoline ,diesel and other products.

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25. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Follow all safety procedures established for the facility.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting gold ore.
  • Trained new employees on driving company trucks, delivery routes, proper inspections, and safety procedures.
  • Follow safety procedures at all times and provide a regular basic maintenance to the truck.
  • Maintain awareness of safety procedures and practices in a variety of everyday work tasks.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures and maintain logs of vehicle repair status and working hours
  • Trained multiple new employees on safety procedures and quickest routes for delivery.
  • Loaded and unloaded trailers with forklift, following proper safety procedures.
  • Utilize safety procedures when operating truck, handcart and ramp.
  • Follow DOT regulations and safety procedures.
  • Maneuver trucks into loading or unloading docks.Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting goods.
  • Followed safety procedures for transporting hazardous goods, performed pre-trip, en-route and post-trip inspection of vehicle.
  • Experience hauling logs/chips to multiple paper mills * Gained experience using log loading equipment * Collected familiarity of strict safety procedures

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26. Safe Operation

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Here's how Safe Operation is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Trained new Class A CDL drivers in the safe operation of large commercial vehicle operation.
  • Utilize the Smith System of driving for safe operation of Commercial Motor Vehicles.
  • Provide customer training on the safe operation of equipment.
  • Maintained safe operation on all fronts.
  • Performed pre/post inspection for safe operation of commercial vehicle.
  • Maintain and inspect all equipment under D.O.T standards to ensure safe operations of trucks and tractor/trailers.
  • Perform daily pre-trip and post-trip inspections of all equipment used to ensure safe operation.
  • Pick up and driver product to customerMaintain safe operation of equipment Keep a tight schedule
  • Managed safe operation of dump truck for road construction in a timely manner.
  • Perform pre-trip walk around inspection on truck/trailer to ensure safe operation.

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27. Company Policies

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Here's how Company Policies is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Perform duties according to company policies, procedures & regulatory requirements.
  • Comply with all applicable laws/regulations, as well as company policies/procedures13.
  • Comply with all applicable laws/company policies/procedures.
  • Oversee a team of six operators or more, insuring safety and compliance with company policies and procedures.
  • Conformed to all FMCSA, local, state and federals regulations and laws, and company policies
  • Adhere to DOT regulations and safety policies along with all company policies.
  • Drive and deliver product to customer according to company policies.
  • Maintain paperwork in accordance with Company policies.
  • Documented Truck Maintenance, Delivery Schedules, And Customer Issues, Ensured Cargo Safety, Complying with Company Policies and Procedures.
  • Completed loads as dispatched Mentor New Hires as well as provide knowledge of company policies and procedures.
  • Pick up company property & returns Ensure compliance with regulatory and company policies and procedures.

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28. Road Truck Driver

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Here's how Road Truck Driver is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Company Over the Road Truck Driver, until I got my own truck and became an Owner Operator.
  • Maintained accident free and illegal drug free while performing duties as an over the road truck driver.
  • Job DescriptionOver the road truck driver, hauling different product throughout 48 states all over the country.
  • End Date: 2003Over-The-Road truck driver to delivery commodities within the 48 states of the United States.
  • Worked as over the road truck driver delivering freight to all forty- eight states.
  • Lease operator over the road truck driver, truckload freight, ran in 48 states

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29. GPS

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Here's how GPS is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Operated equipment, such as computers, radios, phones, or global positioning systems (GPS) equipment.
  • Plan routes using maps and GPS * Obey traffic laws, and follow established traffic and transportation procedures.
  • Utilized GPS systems by available means to insure route efficiency & the locating of new vendor locations.
  • Demonstrated ability to follow specified routes and reading maps, atlas and GPS accurately.
  • Used GPS Systems and Mapping to insure correct and on time deliveries.
  • Travel throughout the State of New Jersey using both maps and GPS.
  • Mapped fastest & safest destination routes with GPS & truck atlas.
  • Utilized some use of GPS with the ability to read maps.
  • Chart out appropriate route using maps and GPS regional driving experience
  • Operated GPS and navigation units in addition to reading maps.
  • Map reading although GPS makes that void.
  • Map reading skills and follow GPS directions.
  • Use maps and GPS to locate facilities.
  • Routed own routes while using GPS software.
  • Plan or adjust routes based on changing conditions using our Onboard GPS systems or other navigation devices to minimize fuel consumption.
  • Use Maps and GPS to determine routes in conjunction with onboard computer communications to provide on time and quality customer service.
  • Maintain daily e logs Plan route using road atlas and GPS systems.
  • Used computer and gps knowledge of truck weights and operation of chambered tanker
  • Used semi-truck and gps to navigate and deliver loads safely.
  • Read maps, followed GPS, spoked with customers.

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30. Straight Truck

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Here's how Straight Truck is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Operate Tractor Trailer with 8,000 gallon tank, as well as straight trucks with 3,000 gallon tank and 1,800 gallon tank.
  • Transport Driver- Transport raw materials in straight truck, and bobtail truck- also weld and fix trucks- service trucks in fleet
  • Deliver all on specific times that they all have to meet, drive a refrigerated (reefer) straight truck.
  • Drive tractor trailer and straight truck delivery Horrible management was treated like dirt company went out of business.
  • Pick up and deliver customer freight in 28ft, 48ft, 53ft and occasionally straight trucks.
  • Drive various tractor trailer combinations and straight trucks used to transport and deliver industrial explosives.
  • Well versed in maneuvering tractor/trailer and straight trucks, while towing in very tight quarters.
  • Operated straight trucks picking and delivering furniture & fixtures to commercial & residential locations.
  • Transport of milk farm to dairy including straight truck & water delivery.
  • Deliver fruit and vegetables to groceries and farmers markets (straight truck)
  • Experience with straight truck, tractor and trailer and car carrier.
  • Deliver construction supplies using a tractor trailer and a straight truck.
  • Delivered products to farmers mostly straight truck and tankers.
  • Operated straight trucks and trailers, trenchers and rollers.
  • Operated six-speed straight truck on route delivery of metal.
  • Operated straight truck used for US mail distribution.
  • Drive tractor & trailer(pup & van) & straight truck for deliveries & pick ups.
  • Used 26 ft. straight truck for deliveries.
  • Drive and maintain a 26ft straight truck.
  • Performed routine maintenance inspections and post maintenance inspections on straight trucks, tractors, trailors, and dump trucks.

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31. Emergency Equipment

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Here's how Emergency Equipment is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Preform pre and post vehicle inspections to ensure that mechanical,safety and emergency equipment is in good working order.
  • Preform pre and post vechicle inspection to insure that mechanical, safety and emergency equipment was in good working order.
  • Performed safety check of vehicles before driving to ensure mechanical safety and emergency equipment in good working order.
  • Perform daily vehicle maintenance checks to ensure mechanical safety, and emergency equipment meet performance standards.
  • Checked vehicles to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment operated properly.
  • Followed DOT regulations along with company policy and maintained safety/emergency equipment.

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32. Repair Status

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Here's how Repair Status is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Maintain logs of working hours, maintenance/repair status, follow DOT rules and regulations.
  • Maintained logs of working hours and service or repair status of vehicles.
  • Designated the classification of vehicles based on defects and repair status.
  • Maintained logs and repair statuses following state and federal regulations.
  • Maintain logs of working hours and repair status.
  • Maintain logs of working hours and repair status.

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33. Vehicle Service

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Here's how Vehicle Service is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Maintained logs of working hours or of vehicle service or repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Maintain logs of working hours and vehicle service/repair statuses, following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Track work and vehicle service.
  • Maintain logs of working hours or of vehicle service/repair status, following applicable state and federalregulations.
  • Maintain logs of work hours or vehicle service/repair status, following applicable state/federal regulations.
  • Detailed maintenance of records including vehicle service and tangential independent contracting expenses.

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34. Construction Sites

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Here's how Construction Sites is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Delivered heavy equipment and construction materials to and from construction sites
  • Deliver equipment daily to construction sites using heavy equipment.
  • Transport of concrete coverts, from manufacturer to various highway construction sites throughout LA, MS, AR, and TX.
  • Installed conduit and pulled cable when not direct bury on construction sites for apartments, businesses, subdivisions etc.
  • Drive Class B trucks throughout the local and regional area to deliver construction products to various construction sites.
  • Transport modular buildings to and from construction sites and other locations requiring a mobile office or classroom.
  • Drive a 3 axle Dump Truck w/ a 30 ft trailer hauling equipment to construction sites.
  • Delivered everything from 60 to 64 foot steel beams to construction sites and also steel coils
  • Deliver roof trusses, wall panels and floor trusses to commercial and residential construction sites
  • Delivered different materials to construction sites in the greater Houston area.
  • Frequent transportation of heavy materials to various construction sites.
  • Deliver sand and gravel material to current construction sites.
  • Transport concrete barriers to highway construction sites for offload
  • Stocked drywall at construction sites.
  • Visit construction sites, Home Depot s & Lowe s stores.
  • Drive a walking floor trailer in a 2009 Peterbilt picking up loads at construction sites and unload at landfills.
  • Set barrier for road construction sites Drive class a CDL truckForklift Set signs for road construction
  • Haul heavy and oversized loads to various construction sites throughout the state of Florida.
  • Unload supplies at various customer construction sites by hand and with a moffett forklift.
  • Haul heavy equipment from construction sites to specified locations throughout the puget sound area

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35. Building Materials

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Here's how Building Materials is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Drive a semi-tractor with trailer delivering building materials to customers of Company.
  • Delivered roofing and building materials to contractors and residential customers.
  • Delivered building materials in Arizona and Idaho.
  • Deliver building materials to customers.
  • Delivered building materials and appliances.
  • Deliver building materials by way of tractor trailer (48ft flatbed curtain side trailer) throughout Central and South Texas.
  • Operate an 18-wheeler to transport building materials, averaging 1500 miles weekly and 4 monthly long hauls.
  • Delivered plywood and other building materials to various locations where new houses were being constructed.
  • Complete the daily deliveries of various building materials to customers.
  • Operated commercial vehicle in the transportation of raw building materials.
  • Delivered steel, concrete, lumber and other building materials.
  • Load and secure lumber packages and other building materials.
  • Delivered building materials in a safe and timely fashion.
  • Drive truck and deliver building materials to construction site.
  • Transport and secure building materials on a flatbed trailer.
  • Load and properly secure lumber and building materials.
  • Ship and receive HVAC building materials and inventory.
  • Transport all types of building materials(Shingles, steel, pipe, coil, concrete, etc.)
  • Drive Semi-Tractor with flatbed trailer with moffet delivering building materials throughout North Carolina.
  • Delivered building materials locally for Boral Building Products through Ryder.

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36. LTL

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Here's how LTL is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Performed LTL work with straight truck and combination in the Pittsburgh and surrounding areas.
  • Delivered LTL freight to customers.
  • Delivered 10-20 LTL deliveries per day with a 26' box truck and tractor/trailer.
  • lift gate trailers delivering/picking up for LTL.
  • specialized in auto parts hauling for "Big 3" -LTL
  • Pulled doubles Ran forklift Worked in receiving and shipping Prepared bill of lading Delivered LTL and linehaul

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37. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Utilized quality assurance principles and incorporated OSHA standards to meet work requirements.
  • Transport hazardous material following all organizational and OSHA rules and guidelines.
  • Demonstrated a good working knowledge of OSHA, DOT, Tex Dot, TNRCC, EPA and other regulatory agencies.
  • Comply with company, state, and OSHA policies, procedures and standards to maintain a safe work environment.
  • Maintained safety driving and vehicle conditions in compliance with company, DOT and OSHA regulations.
  • Operated trucks in accordance to ADOT, OSHA and MSHA guidelines and company policy.
  • Uphold DOT regulations, OSHA requirements, and company policies and procedures
  • Dump truck, mixer, truck, backhoe, end loader, OSHA and ANSI regulations
  • Trained and proficient IAW OSHA regulations 1910.120, 1926.62, 1910.146 Checked accuracy and detail on assigned paperwork, i.e.
  • Trained new A CDL drivers on oil buying guidelines OSHA 10 & H2s certified with respirator Fit test card
  • Attend all meetings and classes for production, safety, osha, certifications, renewals for any and all purposes.
  • Water hauler - Watford City, ND Compliance with DOT, IFTA, and OSHA regulations at all times.
  • Dispatch work-strong customer skills Tractor Trailer school OSHA 40 .2A 1C Hoisting License
  • Managed onsite/traveling staff to setup/teardown display to engineering specifications applying OSHA safety regulations within 50'x70' footprint.

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38. Trip Planning

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Here's how Trip Planning is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Trip planning and route selection to ensure safe navigation of cargo from shipper to consignee for on-time pick-up and delivery.
  • Exercise a high degree of independent judgment and critical thinking regarding trip planning and the timely delivery of goods.
  • Complete proper trip planning to assure on time delivery of freight to our customer.
  • Route and Trip Planning; Packaging, Loading and Offloading.
  • Trip planning and following routes.
  • Trip planning and time management.
  • Trip planning for irregular runs Ensuring proper loading and securement
  • trip planning to ensure safe and on time delivery and pickup.

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39. Customer Locations

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Here's how Customer Locations is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Deliver to customer locations and maintain customer relations.
  • Hauled grades of gravel or dirt to customer locations as well as debris from demolition jobs back to the yard.
  • Operated commercial vehicle delivery of rock salt to various customer locations in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
  • Maintained trip logs reflecting load condition, customer locations, distance traveled and fuel costs.
  • Assisted with testing at customer locations as a certified CAOC and NIOSH technician.
  • Drive to customer locations to provide goods and services as scheduled.
  • Load and unload freight to and from customer locations.
  • Drop and hook at customer locations
  • Delivered containers to customer locations and other intermodal companies yards.
  • Deliver materials to jobsite and customer locations.
  • Operate class A and Class B trucks, hand unload product using 2 wheel cart at customer locations.
  • stock inventory at customer locations as well as set up in store displays.
  • Deliver orders to customer locations in a safe manner.
  • Load and Un-load equipment and deliver to customer locations.
  • Delivered food grade products to various customer locations .
  • position) Driving trucks over the road to differnt customer locations for unload.

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40. Applicable State

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Here's how Applicable State is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Maintained logs following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Followed applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Maintained driving logs while following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Maintained daily Driver logs following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Ensured compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations, in addition to agency rules, standards and guidelines.
  • Operate vehicle in compliance with company rules and all applicable state and federal regulations.

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41. Electronic Logs

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Here's how Electronic Logs is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Followed company rules and maintained electronic logs with accuracy.
  • Utilized people net communications and maintain electronic logs.
  • Maintained and submitted reports and maintained electronic logs.
  • Drop and hook electronic logs plan routes make delivery at scheduled time completed tasks for the job completed and scan paperwork
  • Home Daily Skills Used City and Local Driving, Customer Interaction, Electronic Logs, Hand Dolly, Lift gates
  • Manage electronic logs Verify and update route inventory
  • use of electronic logs accurately and punctually, fueling of the CMV, supervision of loading and unloading, customer/client services.
  • Perform PTI on truck daily also keep track of electronic logs.AccomplishmentsI am proficient and always on time.
  • Use of electronic logs, perform pre-trip and post- trip inspections.
  • Use electronic logs for a 11/14 hours of service.
  • Maintain electronic logs of working hours Maneuver trucks into loading or unloading positions, Obtain receipts or signatures for delivered goods

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42. Basic Maintenance

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Here's how Basic Maintenance is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Performed basic maintenance on semi-trailers.
  • Job includes driving truck, loading and unloading of trailer, basic maintenance and cleaning of unit.
  • Perform basic maintenance on dump truck including fixing minor issues and defects to ensure safety and efficiency.
  • Perform basic maintenance on tractor and trailers.
  • Post and pre-trip my vehicle on a daily bases and I also did basic maintenance to truck & trailer.
  • Post and pre-trip my vehicle and did basic maintenance and small repairs to the truck & trailer if necessary.

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43. Paper Logs

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Here's how Paper Logs is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Maintained paper logs Proficient in Computer Operation.
  • Utilized paper Logs to document daily vehicle and safety inspections, as well as other on-duty and off-duty job responsibilities.
  • Logged in times of service by way of electronic and paper logs.
  • Maintain Electronic or paper logs, Bill of Lading, Delivery Receipts.
  • Managed and filled out paper logs to stay within DOT guidelines.
  • Maintained electronic logs and paper logs when the system was down.
  • Perform safety inspections, paper logs, DOT safe.
  • Entered trip data and completed paper logs as necessary.
  • Trained in use of electronic and paper logs.
  • Experienced with paper logs and electronic logs.
  • Paper logs were utilized in this position.
  • Keep current paper logs for DOT.
  • Pull Coils & Ingots on a covered Wagon Usage of paper logs.
  • picked up loads in Flint, MI and dropped in Tecumseh, Mi twice a daydid paper logs and used electronic logs

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44. Crude Oil

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Here's how Crude Oil is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Qualified and hauled crude oil from well locations to injection points and marine ports.
  • Load and unloading crude oil from tank battery to pipe injections point.
  • Serviced crude oil production tanks and hauled production water to disposal sites.
  • Transported liquids, crude oil, declining fluids and water.
  • Delivered merchantable crude oil from leases to transfer stations.
  • Delivered crude oil to places within established time frames.
  • Load and unload crude oil from oil field to refineries
  • Haul crude oil to oil sites.
  • Load and unload crude oil from oil field in the uintah basin back to refineries in salt lake city Utah
  • Haul crude oil Drive tanker, truck and pup, to location to load/unload crude oil
  • Haul Crude oil from customer storage tanksUse of proper H2S equipment
  • Hauled fresh water for frac operations.Hauled Crude Oil as a Lease on for Big Lease Trucking.

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45. Foot Trailer

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Here's how Foot Trailer is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Delivered refrigerated and dry freight throughout the 48 States and Canada with a 53 foot trailer in all weather conditions.
  • Operated a conventional tractor and 53 foot trailer over the road in eastern half of US states.
  • Drive full size tractor and 53 foot trailer across country delivering merchandise and freight of all kinds
  • Hauled doubles over snowy mountain passes, double 28 foot trailers and also over length doubles.
  • Operated a conventional tractor and 53 foot trailer in a region consisting of the Midwest.
  • Operated a conventional tractor and 53 foot trailer over the road in all 48 states.
  • Drive a semi-truck with a 20 foot trailer to multiple destinations and deliver beer.
  • Hauled wood chips from on site to paper mill 45 foot trailers.
  • Hauled every thing from 10 foot pups to 53 foot trailers.
  • Transport cargo to and from destinations using 53 foot trailer.
  • Drive class A truck pulling 53 foot trailer over the road
  • Delivered for Mission foods Washington Oregon Idaho Montana 53 foot trailer
  • Haul dry and refrigerated freight in 53 foot trailers.
  • Delivered food to Trader Joe's pulled 53 foot trailers
  • Pick up and deliver automotive parts with 53'foot trailer
  • Operate tractor with 40 foot trailer and MOFFIT.
  • Experience driving a 53 foot trailer.
  • Use of pup trailers, doubles, and 53 foot trailers for pedal runs.
  • Drop and hook 53 foot trailers.
  • Haul freight in 53 foot trailers.

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46. Fmcsa

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Here's how Fmcsa is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Operated a commercial property carrying motor vehicle in compliance with FMCSA.
  • Ensured my equipment met or exceeded FMCSA standards for safety.
  • Delivered freight to various warehouses while adhering to the FMCSA
  • Maintain compliance with all FMCSA regulations.
  • Followed all guidelines under the FMCSA.
  • Maintained all necessary paperwork and records in accordance with company policy and FMCSA regulations.
  • Secured freight onto flatbed trailers with chains, straps, and tarps in accordance with federalregulations (FMCSA).
  • Transported frieght through the entire Lower 48 states following all federal laws of the FMCSA and HOS requirements.
  • Pick up and deliveries of freight in 14 western states and all Canadian provinces Complies with FMCSA regulations
  • Performed day to day communications with brokers, shippers and receivers Adhered to all FMCSA guidelines.
  • Transported frieght throughout the entire Northeast, adhering to the FMCSA and HOS requirements.
  • Truck driver, all transmissions, with end-dump and flatbed trailers Assisted with FMCSA regulations compliance Microsoft Word 2003 TWIC Card

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47. Distribution Centers

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Here's how Distribution Centers is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Deliver furniture to distribution centers and furniture stores following the scheduled appointed time.
  • Delivered fresh foods to Amazon distribution centers
  • Transport finished goods or raw materials, typically to and from manufacturing plants, retail and distribution centers.
  • Transport mail OTR to specific Postal distribution centers, meet other drivers for swap trailers and presently relief operator
  • Transport of goods over land to and from manufacturing plants or retail and distribution centers.
  • Pick up produce at Boston market, as well as deliver finish product to distribution centers
  • Provide on time service to distribution centers in 48 states of temperature controlled cargo.
  • Hauled box trailer delivering goods to stores and distribution centers in the north east
  • Delivered port entry fruit produce to distribution centers.
  • Switch out or dump and return full containers for various bakeries, distribution centers and large manufacturing plants.
  • Hook up sets to drive doubles to and from other Fedex distribution centers- P&D and Road paperwork/logs
  • Dedicated account I deliver to Dominos pizza Distribution centers across South east Region
  • Shuttle transport for M&M mars from Elizabethtown and Hackettstown to distribution centers in Hazelton and Pittston.

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48. Company Equipment

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Here's how Company Equipment is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Maintain professional and safety standards of company equipment.
  • Maintained all company equipment issued.
  • Report all accidents involving driver, company equipment, and/or private property.
  • Operated Company equipment to safely handle & deliver the customer's product.
  • Performed all mechanics on all company equipment and vehicles.
  • Maintain company equipment to DOT standards
  • Will unload/load goods' will maintien company equipment ' will handle billing papers'will work a 75 hour week'.
  • Reported any damage or any malfunction with the company equipments.

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49. Different Locations

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Here's how Different Locations is used in CDL Class A Driver jobs:
  • Delivered recycled installation to different locations around Utah.
  • Dedicated to Kroger stores, I transport refrigerated trailers and unload them to the different locations in Cincinnati area.
  • Operate vacuum truck in different locations in different mills/back into tight spaces or down long alleys to perform work
  • Load and unload Sheetrock at different locations, houses, schools, business, colleges.
  • Deliver loads of beer to different locations in Baltimore City and the surrounding counties.
  • Secure Logs and Logging equipment with straps/chains to be transported to different locations.
  • Transport of Waste from two different locations in New Jersey to Pay Landfill.
  • Performed all aspects of product delivery of frozen foods to different locations.
  • Haul different types of lumber and wood chips to different locations.
  • Transported company trucks to different locations each day.
  • Shuttle driver between 3 warehouses @ different locations.
  • Hauled equipment, hauled loads to different locations.
  • Hauled bridge mats to and from different locations.
  • Deliver freight to different locations.
  • Drive class A equipment moving trailer to different locations within a 250 miles radius.
  • haul car parts to major dealers in different locations.
  • Transport various recycling materials to and from different locations .
  • Collect payments 1500 + food units to different locations
  • drive 53' dry van some times side bay trailer and deliver beer to different locations.
  • Haul water to different locations and vac water into other locationsPre trip checks before leaving to locationWater haulerVac truck

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20 Most Common Skill for a CDL Class A Driver

Delivery Instructions18.6%
Appropriate Safety Procedures12.4%
Tractor-Trailer Combinations11.2%
Vehicle Inspections10.3%
OTR7.2%
Customer Service6.4%
Log Book3.8%
Hazmat3.5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A CDL Class A Driver

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Delivery Instructions
Delivery Instructions
15.2%
15.2%
2
2
Appropriate Safety Procedures
Appropriate Safety Procedures
10.1%
10.1%
3
3
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
9.1%
9.1%
4
4
Vehicle Inspections
Vehicle Inspections
8.4%
8.4%
5
5
OTR
OTR
5.9%
5.9%
6
6
Customer Service
Customer Service
5.3%
5.3%
7
7
Log Book
Log Book
3.1%
3.1%
8
8
Hazmat
Hazmat
2.8%
2.8%
9
9
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
2.6%
2.6%
10
10
Job Site
Job Site
2.5%
2.5%
11
11
Dump Truck
Dump Truck
2.5%
2.5%
12
12
Tractor Trailers
Tractor Trailers
2.5%
2.5%
13
13
Safe Driving
Safe Driving
1.9%
1.9%
14
14
Reefer
Reefer
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
Pallet Jack
Pallet Jack
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
State Regulations
State Regulations
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Pre Trip Inspections
Pre Trip Inspections
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Post Trip Inspections
Post Trip Inspections
1.2%
1.2%
19
19
Traffic Laws
Traffic Laws
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
Qualcomm
Qualcomm
1.1%
1.1%
21
21
DOT
DOT
1%
1%
22
22
Weather Conditions
Weather Conditions
1%
1%
23
23
New Drivers
New Drivers
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
0.8%
0.8%
25
25
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Safe Operation
Safe Operation
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Company Policies
Company Policies
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Road Truck Driver
Road Truck Driver
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
GPS
GPS
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Straight Truck
Straight Truck
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Emergency Equipment
Emergency Equipment
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Repair Status
Repair Status
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Vehicle Service
Vehicle Service
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Construction Sites
Construction Sites
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Building Materials
Building Materials
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
LTL
LTL
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Osha
Osha
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Trip Planning
Trip Planning
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Customer Locations
Customer Locations
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Applicable State
Applicable State
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Electronic Logs
Electronic Logs
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Basic Maintenance
Basic Maintenance
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Paper Logs
Paper Logs
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Crude Oil
Crude Oil
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Foot Trailer
Foot Trailer
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Fmcsa
Fmcsa
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Distribution Centers
Distribution Centers
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Company Equipment
Company Equipment
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Different Locations
Different Locations
0.5%
0.5%

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