Top CDL Driver Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a CDL Driver. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of CDL Driver resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.4% of CDL Driver resumes contained Delivery Instructions as a skill. Let's find out what skills a CDL Driver actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on CDL 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 Driver jobs:
  • Maintained telephone contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions.
  • Maintain radio contact with Yard Foreman to receive delivery instructions.
  • Maintained radio and telephone contact with supervisor to receive updated delivery instructions or dispatched to new locations.
  • Maintain provided telephone contact with supervisor to receive expedited delivery instructions and to report any problems, issues or incidents.
  • Maintained telephone and radio contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions.
  • Communicated with customers to determine delivery needs or special delivery instructions.

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2. Vehicle Service

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Here's how Vehicle Service is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Documented vehicle service or repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Maintained vehicle service, fueling and delivery records updated on respective inventories.
  • Maintain logs of working hours, vehicle service maintenance, and repair status.
  • Maintain and organize all transportation paperwork associated with GSA company vehicles as well as schedule vehicle services per GSA guidelines.
  • Maintained logs of working hours/vehicle service/repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Maintain logs of working hours or of vehicle service/repair status following applicable regulations.

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3. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Coordinated deliveries with customers and provided corporate recognized customer service - Performed on site sales and maintenance
  • Added exceptional customer service and exception communication when asked for certain construction material needed for jobs.
  • Dedicated and dependable Delivery Truck Driver with a superb record of customer service and satisfaction.
  • Drive through residential areas to perform curb side delivery while also delivering excellent customer service.
  • Deliver quality customer service continually to further excellent relations between customer and service provider.
  • Maintained an outstanding on time delivery record while performing excellent and professional customer service.
  • Acted as a primary Customer Service Representative to answer product recommendations and problem resolution.
  • Skilled forklift Operator- Defensive Driver Training- Responsible Driver- Inventory Management- Customer Service
  • Provide great customer service while operating company equipment safely and efficiently.
  • Provided customer service related issues and assisted in resolving related problems.
  • Communicate effectively with office personnel to deliver excellent customer service.
  • Developed business relationships by providing professional and courteous customer service.
  • Work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service.
  • Conducted customer service calls related to quality control and logistical deliveries
  • Provided outstanding customer service during delivery and pick-up operations.
  • Provide in-store customer service with appliance products/materials/and warranty information.
  • Deliver material to customer, provide excellent customer service.
  • Provided customer service and training upon delivery of equipment.
  • Provide excellent customer service delivering and installing appliances.
  • Maintained excellent delivery and customer service records.

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4. Pre-Trip Inspections

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Here's how Pre-Trip Inspections is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Perform pre-trip inspections, report problems and obtain delivery paperwork before dispatching.
  • Performed daily pre-trip inspections and preventative maintenance.
  • Conducted pre-trip inspections to ensure vehicle safety.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections Pick up and deliver product while conforming to all Federal Motor Carrier Safety standards.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections to verify the safety of equipment and make sure all is operational.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections, chain ups, and drive safely according to state laws.
  • Delivered re-bar to assigned locations, using flat bed trailer, performed pre-trip inspections.
  • Maintain DOT compliance; completing daily paper logs, completing pre-trip inspections; etc.
  • Assisted with route coverage and vehicle pre-trip inspections as necessary.
  • Conducted daily DOT pre-trip inspections according to a set checklist.
  • Performed and recorded daily pre-trip inspections using company check list.
  • Conducted daily DOT pre-trip inspections as per a set checklist.
  • Performed pre-trip inspections and reported issues with equipment as needed.
  • Conduct pre-trip inspections of the truck, secure load.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections, post-trip inspection.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections on all trailers.
  • Received TSA Certification.Conducted daily DOT pre-trip inspections according to a set checklist.
  • Delivered gravel and sand, conducted pre-trip inspections, worked with customers for on time deliveries, followed DOT safety regulations
  • Assisted with route coverage / vehicle pre-trip inspections Multiple other projects/assignments as given by department and field supervisors.
  • Hooked/Unhooked trailers Performed pre-trip inspections Load/Unload freight (occasionally - when required)

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5. Tractor-Trailer Combinations

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Here's how Tractor-Trailer Combinations is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Operated gasoline and diesel-powered, tractor-trailer combinations to deliver products and materials in liquid and packaged form.
  • Operate various tractor-trailer combinations between company terminals and customer facilities or work sites within the terminal's geographic service area.
  • Drive tucks including tractor-trailer combinations to transport and deliver produce.
  • Operated tractor-trailer combinations in Eastern United States delivering commercial goods to customers.
  • Operated various tractor-trailer combinations, to transport construction materials and equipment to different locations.
  • Pick up and deliver trailers between Service Centers and/or turn-point locations via tractor-trailer combinations.

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6. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Leveled houses by adding supports/beams/piers as needed* Repaired termite damage* Inspected job site for safety concerns* Insured that completed job met specifications
  • Crew foremen supervised daily site activities and maintained all administrative documentation required for the job site including payroll.
  • Delivered commercial/residential building products including specialty products to job sites.
  • Deliver construction material to job sites in Southwest Florida
  • Drive dump truck to deliver material to job site, safely fix, and locate utilities for multiple highly recognized providers.
  • Drive a semi with a 30ft trailer flatbed trailer hauling a directional boring machine to job sites and help co-workers out.
  • Deliver materials, rock, road base and sand to job sites and tank batteries with belly dumps and dump trucks.
  • Entered information onto a paper log at every job site and gathered tree limbs to be placed in wood chipper.
  • Haul multiple types of trench and excavation safety equipment to various construction job sites in the Dallas Fort Worth area.
  • Transported product to oil rigs; delivered silos to & from the rigs; hauled water to & from job sites
  • Loaded and Unloaded trailers with the use of a forklift at the terminal and occasionally on job sites as needed.
  • Hauled Heavy machinery and job materials such as pipe, mud mats and skid baskets to and from job sites.
  • Transport various raw materials, such as rock, dirt, gravel, and sand to different job sites.
  • Assist with sales team in finding products that customer may need in future after overview of job sites.
  • Operated and drove Sterling 10 speed, 54,000-pound gross vehicle weight truck from job site to job site.
  • Pick up, deliver, load and unload fencing materials to job sites (Tri-Boro Fencing).
  • Gathered equipment and made sure equipment was placed back into its place before leaving job site.
  • Drive and operate tanker truck for the purposes of delivering fuel to equipment and job sites.
  • Move equipment and materials to various job sites, Run equipment, Crews, Manage jobs.
  • Deliver insulation and similar supplies and materials to clients' job sites, offices and warehouses.

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7. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Operated equipment trailers to relocate heavy equipment from one location to another.
  • Hauled fresh/production water to/from location and heavy equipment.
  • Assist with heavy equipment operations and yard organization.
  • Transport and operate heavy equipment and machinery
  • Perform operations with heavy equipment.
  • Learned to operate light/heavy equipment.
  • Job Duties: Load and Unload tractor/trailer, operate heavy equipment including class 8 tractors and 27 yard end-dump trailers.
  • Worked with a team to load heavy equipment for scrap metal to be hauled back to Eugene safely for scrap.
  • Farm and Ranch duties as needed, heavy equipment operator, maintain roads, maintain delivery receipts and daily paperwork.
  • Processed orders* Loaded and unloaded Trucks* Operated fork lift and other heavy equipment* Hauled heavy equipment to various job sites
  • Loaded and unloaded delivery goods using forklift ranging from pipes, oil rig parts and supplies to heavy equipment.
  • Learned how to tarp, and haul heavy equipment, and learned to chained and strap various heavy equipment.
  • Pick up Heavy Equipment and or supplies on flat bed and deliver to different locations in the oilfield.
  • Performed daily maintenance to the machine, cab, and wheels -Serviced and maintained vehicles and heavy equipment.
  • Operated Heavy Equipment Daily Repaired and Replaced Gas Lines, Pump Jacks, 100/200 Barrel Oil Tanks.
  • Work in the shop as a mechanic on light/heavy equipment, small engines, and commercial trucks.
  • Operated heavy equipment, jack hammer, tamper, skid steer, cement saw various hand tools.
  • Transported heavy equipment, including forklifts, to job sites; installed commercial/residential doors and windows.
  • Haul various pieces of equipment to and from job sites operate heavy equipment on job sites
  • Performed natural gas, electric and water line spotting prior to heavy equipment ground excavation.

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8. Dump Truck

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Here's how Dump Truck is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Dump Truck Driver Snowplowing Commercial Sander Operator
  • Operated 10 wheel Concrete truck, Dump truck, and Combination Truck with end dump, tanker, and flatbed trailers.
  • Operate a large dump truck, maintain daily well being & cleaning of vehicle, keep truck in good working order.
  • Front Loader, load and unload trucks, delivery of product to commercial and non commercial customers, tandem dump truck
  • Follow DOT regulations* Dump truck haul of dirt, rock, or sand* Drive/Operate semi with trailer for heavy haul loads
  • Dump Truck, Belly Dump, Volvo, Tractor TrailerRoad work, gravel pits, roller operator, equipment transport
  • Drive a dump truck daily to various locations in the metropolitan area, picking up and dropping off dirt.
  • Experienced in driving and operating dump truck, tractor/trailer, excavator, bulldozer and front end loaders.
  • Operated dump truck for hauling a variety of materials from mulch to stone, sand to gravel.
  • Experienced with driving Dump Trucks, Bobcat, Pay loader, Backhoe, Roller and Forklift.
  • Load and move dirt, rocks, equipment, or other materials, using dump trucks.
  • Drive dump trucks with trailers, and work on equipment such as whacker and concrete saws.
  • Position Details: Driver of Van, Tanker, Flat Bed, and Dump Truck.
  • Pour and finished stamped concrete, drive dump truck with equipment, Stain concrete floors.
  • Operate a tractor trailer, side dump, super 18 and super 16 dump trucks.
  • Experience driving End-Dump and Belly-Dump, as well as tandems (dump truck).
  • Operate oil distributors, loaders, chip spreaders, dump trucks, and snowplows.
  • Operate Sand Dump Truck to/from oilfield locations in PA/NY work as laborer on site.
  • Vacuum truck, end dump, belly dump and dump truck experience.
  • Operated dump truck, roll-off truck delivering cans to & from customers.

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9. OTR

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Here's how OTR is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Note: Roadrunner Transportation Contracted Collins Trucking and I worked for Collins trucking as a OTR driver.
  • Started as OTR driver and became a dedicated driver for Costco Account in the North East 2.
  • Job consisted of one year of OTR driving through 42 states in all types of weather.
  • Completed training and drove OTR tractor/trailer, Western States, 90% drop & hook.
  • Transferred over to OTR due to shortage to of OTR drivers in the company.
  • Delivered Walmart surveillance equipment and did general OTR driving with 53 foot dry van.
  • Completed 6 week OTR training Completed Road Ready Class and LCQ Training Logged approx.
  • Hauled 53ft Tractor Trailers OTR and through central regions of the United States.
  • Accumulated over 150,000 miles of OTR drive time in past 22 months.
  • Operated 53-foot tractor trailer, transporting refrigerated freight OTR as a team driver
  • Hand unload trailer using roller system, OTR position.
  • Dedicated account(OTR) for Kraft Foods.
  • Haul no touch freight OTR, and Regional Routes
  • Operated a 53'' foot trailer OTR driver
  • Dry bulk cement Tanker driver OTR.
  • Drive van, semi tractor and trailer, OTR.
  • Worked driving Class A cdl vehicle (Semi w/ Trailer) delivering materials all over the country in an OTR position.
  • Reason for Leaving: It wasn't an OTR job.Safely transport freight that must be kept under refrigerated conditions.
  • Operate 18 wheelers tractor/trailer OTR as well operate machinery on location at natural gas and oil well site.
  • Serve as a bus operator that provide otr trips n local tours in the Washington DC area.

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10. Log Book

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Here's how Log Book is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Demonstrated organization and management of log books.
  • Complied with current DOT regulations not limited to log books, current medical card, scale receipts, bill of lading.
  • Inspected log books to ensure accuracy, maintained optimum levels of customer service, handling All Client-related issues and interactions.
  • Keep track of the amount of fuel used, number of students transported and miles driven in a log book.
  • Stayed in compliance of safety and DOT regulations by properly managing Hours of Service and completing DOT log books.
  • Maintained bills of lading, driver log books, and communicated with driver manager via wireless on- board computer.
  • Achieved safety award for the year 2009 for no violations to include log books, and a clean CSA.
  • Maintain log book as well as complete all necessary paper work for shipping and fueling products and equipment.
  • Complete reports for out-going and returned equipment * Complete log book and trip sheets meeting all D.O.T.
  • Complete daily log books to ensure compliance with DOT guidelines for professional and personal reporting purposes.
  • Maintained safe hours of operation as stated in the driver log book, equipment from site.
  • Work with blueprints, review and manage contracts, maintain log books for federal driving record.
  • Follow all DOT regulations, update log book, do PTI before and after runs.
  • Recorded information, such as cash receipts and ticketed fares, and maintained log book.
  • Managed DOT related activities including: Log books, permits, maintenance, and inspections.
  • Keep the log book activity and write down the rest periods governed by the law.
  • Utilized Computer Logs: input - Log Book, ETA's and Load Numbers.
  • Recorded information, such as maintain log book and reported any delays or accidents.
  • Maintain accurate DOT logs, log books of vehicle inspections and satisfactory driving record.
  • Maintain documents pertaining to routes traveled, hours during traveled(log books).

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11. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Maintained required paperwork according to company policy, federal and state regulations.
  • Maintained updated truck log in compliance with Federal and State regulations.
  • Complied with state regulations, parking and docking vehicles.
  • Follow all federal and state regulations.
  • Maintained required paperwork according to company policy, federal, and state regulations in regards to driving a Commercial Vehicle.
  • Insure that all State regulations and safetyprocedures are in compliance.
  • Maintained paper logs per Federal and State regulations.Ensured receipt of all paperwork and verified seals.Daily vehicle inspections to ensure roadworthiness.

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12. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Transport hazardous materials and oversize loads and maintain HazMat certification.
  • Maintain Class A CDL with endorsements for HAZMAT, doubles/triples, tankers.
  • Hold Air Brakes, Doubles/Triples, Tanker and HAZMAT endorsements.
  • Attended annual driver improvement classes to maintain knowledge of safety and emergency procedures of transportation hazmat products.
  • Deliver of Hazmat material to customers, shipping/receiving, fork lift operator
  • Received certificate for completion of hazmat training.
  • Transported hazmat materials within federal safety regulations.
  • Experienced CDL driver with Hazmat/Tanker/Doubles/Triples endorsement.
  • Delivered hazmat materials to customers.
  • Operated Class B hazmat, tanker vehicles, box trucks, route trucks and other company vehicles.
  • Haul tractor-trailer dump, flat bed, car hauler, step deck over the road including hazmat.
  • Transport Hazmat batteries wet cells acid filled and upload pallet jack or electric pallet Jack.
  • Drive class B hazmat tank truck with product to customer job sites and deliver product.
  • Crossed-trained as an environmental technician and member of the emergency response Hazmat team.
  • Oil truck driver, hazmat, tanker, gauging and grinding out oil.
  • Reviewed and put daily data into computer, maintain a Hazmat Certification.
  • Perform duties as a CDL hazmat driver in the state of Texas.
  • Followed all DOT and hazmat regulations while transporting and dispensing LP gas.
  • Certified Class A CDL Driver along with Current Hazmat and Tanker endorsements.
  • Print out complete paper work and hazmat labels meeting DOT requirements.

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13. Pickup

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Here's how Pickup is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Insure refer maintained proper temperature from pickup to delivery.
  • Follow delivery/pickup instructions from dispatcher and/or counter personnel.
  • Build orders accurately and package safely for deliveries and customer pickups, pick up customer returns and check condition of product.
  • Operate a tractor trailer locally to various locations averaging 10-15 stops daily for pickups and deliveries, including drop and hook.
  • Operate combination vehicle safely, deliver and pickup freight, interact with shipping mangers to increase freight, keep accurate logs.
  • Transport Liquid Asphalt to local plants * Handle and account for Hazardous material * Schedule pickup and deliveries to neighboring states
  • Followed specific, regularly scheduled routes, charter routes or responded to requests from dispatch or management for unscheduled pickups.
  • Operate a semi-tractor trailer combination on a daily basis for pickup and delivery of products within the state of Wisconsin.
  • Blocked, leveled and anchored the trailers during delivery, removal of blocking material and anchoring during pickup.
  • Deliver and Pickup materials to various construction and job sites throughout Georgia, South Carolina, and Alabama.
  • Deliver and pickup of new and repaired forklifts, throughout the greater Atlanta metro and surrounding states.
  • Operate tractor trailer unit to deliver products to customers as a Local pickup & delivery carrier.
  • Perform daily pickups and deliveries to and from customer's loading docks as instructed by supervisors.
  • Deliver van, flatbed, bobtail loads of pallets, wood and pickup from multiple locations.
  • Instructed student drivers in over the road procedures for pickups and delivery of dry freight.
  • Drive company flatbed and deliver and unload/pickup lumber and material to housing developments and addresses.
  • Operated tractor-trailer for delivery and pickup of goods to customers throughout all US states.
  • Drive various vehicles (pickups to tractor-trailer rigs) to haul crews and equipment.
  • Operate Class A Flatbed and Class B Dump Truck in pickup/delivery of Landscaping products
  • Drive the packer truck when needed to designated routes for garbage pickups.

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14. Pallet Jack

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Here's how Pallet Jack is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Deliver office supplies to different businesses Electric and manual pallet jack operator
  • Deliver LTL freight downtown Denver and surrounding areas...using lift gate pallet jack and dollies for business and residential services.
  • Drive various class A vehicle configurations, pick-up and deliver freight, load/unload using forklift, pallet jack and by hand.
  • Unload pallets safely using electric pallet jack via hydraulic lift gate, unwrap product making it look presentable.
  • Based on route for deliveries, load 26,000 GVW or higher truck using electronic pallet jack.
  • Unloaded and loaded trailers by hand and with the assistance of pallet jacks and hand trucks.
  • Used pallet jack at pallet stops, and hand truck at stops without a dock.
  • Operate equipment such as pallet jacks, forklifts and two wheel dollies properly and safely.
  • Operated freight handling equipment (forklifts, pallet jacks, order pickers, etc.)
  • Assisted receivers in unloading pallets from tractor trailer, using pallet jack and hand truck.
  • Operated powered pallet jacks, lift gates, and inventory control of said products.
  • Utilized electric pallet jack / hand jack / forklift to load and unload product.
  • Utilized a pallet jack and a lift gate on the trailer to safely deliver product
  • Position requires use of electric pallet jacks, forklifts, and lift gates.
  • Build load: Drive pallet jack to picking area and build pallet order.
  • Used hand truck and pallet jack to load and unload goods from truck.
  • Lifted and pulled freight with dock tools such as pallet jacks and/or forklifts.
  • Used a two wheel dolly, and electric pallet jack to make deliveries.
  • Load and unload truck utilizing Fork truck, Ride on Pallet Jack.
  • Load and unload trucks using hand trucks, pallet jacks and forklifts.

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15. Traffic Laws

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Here's how Traffic Laws is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Pass test on traffic laws; safe driving practices; operation of motor vehicles, and qualifications of teacher.
  • Obey traffic laws, and followed established traffic and transportation procedures resulting in a 100% clean drivers record.
  • Plan routes using maps and GPS* Obey traffic laws, and follow established traffic and transportation procedures.
  • Follow traffic laws and truck driving rules and regulations applicable all across the US.
  • Obeyed traffic laws and follow established traffic and transportation procedures at all times.
  • Obey all traffic laws and rules and regulations of the company.
  • Drive through traffic and obey traffic laws Deal with unruly passengers.
  • Follow company procedures, safety regulations, and traffic laws.
  • Followed all applicable city and state traffic laws.
  • Follow all traffic laws while operating vehicle.
  • Maintain vehicle log, cargo records and track all deliveries Follow company procedures, safety regulations and traffic laws
  • Complete safety checks and preventative maintenance of vehicles.Obey all local, state and federal traffic laws.
  • Conduct pre and post trip inspections, safely operate vehicle, obeying all traffic laws.
  • Obeyed traffic laws, read maps, and follow established traffic and transportation procedures.

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16. New Drivers

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Here's how New Drivers is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Assist in training new drivers in all company procedures, including updating of daily trip sheets and work orders.
  • Supervised and trained new drivers on carrier expectations which reduced the number of required reports returned after submission.
  • Obtained Class B CDL - Daily completion of Roll-off, Residential and Commercial Routes - Training of new drivers
  • Delivered goods teaching new drivers how to accomplish their tasks on time, safely, and legally.
  • Train new drivers on routes & logistics of transporting wood product to customers, etc.
  • Train new drivers on all aspects of job and evaluate them at the end.
  • Worked from head office as Head driver, and trained new drivers.
  • Trained new drivers to operate trucks and inspect trucks and trailers.
  • Perform intake of new drivers, assess student driving skill.
  • Trained new drivers in the truck over the road.
  • Provide CDL and route training for new drivers.
  • Assist in training of new drivers and helper
  • Trained new drivers for school routes.
  • Train new drivers on people net.
  • trained new drivers on delivery procedures and how to read manifest and work off of to make deliveries.
  • Train new drivers for the company in iinspection, logs and safe driving skills
  • worked with Raven computer and trained new drivers on how to operate.
  • Trained new drivers in all policy and safety regulations * Part time dispatcher.
  • transport limestone * In pneumatic tanker * Train new drivers to load and unload tankers * O.S.H.A.

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17. Safe Driving

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Here's how Safe Driving is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Demonstrated safe driving practices through ever changing residential areas.
  • Operate vehicle in compliance with company rules and all applicable state and federal Regulations accordance with accepted principles of safe driving.
  • Meet all federal commercial driver requirements for safe driving, keeping daily logs of driving and vehicle trip inspections.
  • Expanded Customer BaseSkills UsedPeople Skills, Time management, Safe Driving Skills, Smith System of driving
  • Pick up and deliver 53"trailers to customers and maintained companies safe driving practices OTR.
  • Practice safe driving procedures when traveling to and from locations.
  • Maintained timely, efficient, and safe driving habits.
  • Practice and implement safe driving rules and regulations.
  • Achieved 10 years safe driving award in 2010.
  • Received safe driving award for zero preventable accidents.
  • Maintained a 100% safe driving record.
  • Clean driving record-On time, safe driving.
  • Received yearly recognition of safe driving.
  • Plan and follow safe driving routes.
  • Maintained perfect safe driving record.
  • Awarded safe driving awards for years, 2013 and 2014.
  • Practiced safe driving and operation of vehicle Helped troubleshoot and maintained fleet maintenance using Caterpillar software.
  • Operated tractor trailer delivering goods to all 50 states Maintained a clean CDL by observing safe driving practices while keeping on schedule
  • Applied safe driving knowledge, regulations along with area road knowledge in safe & timely operations of vehicles.
  • Maintain Safe driving record delivered flowers to flower shops all over nj.

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18. Emergency Equipment

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Here's how Emergency Equipment is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Check trucks to ensure that mechanical, safety and emergency equipment is properly working and report any issues to manager.
  • Ensured all emergency equipment required by TX DOT was present, i.e.
  • Perform daily vehicle maintenance checks to ensure mechanical safety, and emergency equipment meet performance standards.
  • Performed safety check of vehicles before driving to ensure mechanical safety and emergency equipment in good working order.
  • Followed DOT regulations along with company policy and maintained safety/emergency equipment.
  • Checked vehicles to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment operated properly.

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19. Repair Status

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Here's how Repair Status is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Maintained logs of working hours and service or repair status of vehicles.
  • Maintain logs of working hours and repair status.
  • Maintain logs of vehicle repair status and working hours.
  • Maintain logs for hours, service and repair status.
  • Maintained repair status of assigned trucks.

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20. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Conducted periodical reviews of veteran drivers to address potential problem areas in following DOT laws, customer service and safety procedures
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures while transporting dangerous pr hazardous goods.
  • Adhered to appropriate safety procedures in transporting dangerous cargo.
  • Followed DOT safety procedures for transporting hazardous materials.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures to transport dangerous cargo.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures when transporting dangerous goods.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting goods.
  • Follow all safety procedures and regulations.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting raw material and maintain logs of work hours and vehicle repair status.
  • Follow safety procedures to transport dangerous cargo and maintain logs of vehicle repair status and working hours.
  • Perform truck inspections, adhere to proper safety procedures while driving, secure loads for transporting.
  • Manage and train new employee drivers to properly load, unload and maintain safety procedures.
  • Followed and complied with all instructions, safety procedures, company practices, environmental practices.
  • Operated Tractor Trailer trucks, transported goods while maintaining and ensuring appropriate safety procedures.
  • Follow all dot laws as well as all safety procedures set by company.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures while transporting equipment and personnel to work sites.
  • Rig up to well while following all safety procedures.
  • Followed all safety procedures for on pad operations.
  • Follow all safety procedures and take required actions.
  • Follow all Safety procedures and SOP s

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21. Company Policies

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Here's how Company Policies is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Developed accident reports of possible fraud and recovery measures in accordance with company policies.
  • Report delays, accidents, or other traffic and transportation situations, in accordance with company policies.
  • Maintained a record of accuracy by using work order reporting system by all company policies.
  • Ensured compliance with all Department of Transportation and company policies, procedures and regulations.
  • Comply with all company policies, safety policies and procedures, and ADOT/OSHA requirements.
  • Follow all DOT regulations and company policies for delivering freight to destination.
  • Uphold DOT regulations, OSHA regulations and company policies and procedures.
  • Trained new drivers and assisted with company policies and procedures.
  • Adhere to all DOT regulations and company policies.
  • Complied with FMCSR/DOT/Company policies and procedures.
  • Conducted daily pre-and-post trip inspections with appropriate document in adherence with company policies.
  • Recorded delivery and t rip expenses Reinforced and upheld DOT Regulations, OSHA requirements, and company policies and procedures
  • Abided by all safety standards and company policies.
  • Operate Telehanler safely according to company policies and manufactures specifications.
  • Completed projects on time in an effective and professional Attitude complied with DOT regulations a company Policies and Regulations.

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22. Applicable State

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

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23. Unload Trucks

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Here's how Unload Trucks is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Loaded and unload trucks of furniture and boxes for various customers throughout the DC, MD, and VA areas.
  • Worked warehouse when not driving, using a forklift to load and unload trucks.
  • Load and unload trucks while frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
  • Operate a forklift or truck mount lift to safely load and unload trucks.
  • Loaded and unload trucks, or help others with loading and unloading.
  • Use forklift to load and unload trucks, plus assist with inventory
  • Used various types of forklifts to load and unload trucks.
  • Unload trucks at warehouse or customer home.
  • Use forklift to load and unload trucks
  • Operated pallet-jack to load/unload trucks.
  • Warehouse, operate forklift, Move trailer between plants and other warehouses.Work on computer, load and unload trucks.
  • Drive truck to location load and unload trucks and trailer for the materials needed at worksites.
  • Load and unload trucks account for all products and monitor expireration dates of products.
  • load and unload trucks, tow motor operation, molder
  • load and unload trucks, mine and others.
  • Clean driving and saftey record Yard work utilizing heavy duty forklifts to load and unload trucks
  • DELIVER FREIGHT /48 STATESl DELIVER JUSTIN TIME LOADS, LOAD AND UNLOAD TRUCKS

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24. Straight Truck

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Here's how Straight Truck is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Operated a semi tractor trailer, 1 ton, straight truck, flat beds and tankers over the road.
  • Pick Up and delivery of freight in various counties driving tractor trailer straight trucks and mini tractors also forklifts.
  • Load and unload customer's belongings to and from straight truck or 53 foot dry vans.
  • Deliver fertilizer to farms in large straight truck(dry/liquid tender trucks).
  • Make local pick-ups and deliveries with tractor trailer and straight truck.
  • Expedite CDL driver operating a straight truck in all 48 states.
  • Drive tractors and straight trucks to fuel pumps fill them.
  • Operated straight truck, read and followed delivery sheets.
  • Drive straight truck hauling mail to post offices.
  • Drive a straight truck for independent postal contractor.
  • Drive CDL Class B straight trucks food delivery
  • Operate mini excavator, and straight trucks.
  • Drive straight truck & tractor trailers.
  • Operated class b straight truck.
  • Operate tractor trailer 53, 48 and 26 ft. trailers, straight truck, vans and forklift.
  • Drive a straight truck with forklift with a gross weight of 66,000.
  • Certified to drive straight trucks up to 36,000 lbs with air breaks.
  • Operate boom truck with crane, straight trucks over 5 tons.
  • Drive company straight truck transporting finished auto parts from manufacturing plant to warehouse , to be shipped to customers.
  • Issued multiple keys to drop off night orders of clients Operated 24-foot straight truck for local deliveries

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25. Reefer

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Here's how Reefer is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Contract operated reefer, dry van, end dump, belly dump, flatbed, and drop deck vehicles.
  • Gained my Class A CDL license and did two months of OTR training with loaded and empty reefer trailer
  • Delivered cargo over the road of all types, operated reefer, dry van, flatbed and specialized.
  • Acquired heavy haul skills with a gross weight up to 105,000 pounds Pulled reefer trailers and maintained desired temperatures
  • Perform driving job of all types, to list; Dry van, Reefer, Hazards materials.
  • Deliver groceries to stores in a day cab with a reefer or dry van, regionally.
  • Pulled Reefer delivering Flowers, munch, potting soils, and bark to different stores.
  • Adapt the static 'reefer' training model to a newly developed 'tanker' model.
  • Have experience with van trailer, reefer, low-boy, and flat bed.
  • Operated 53 foot lift gate equipped reefer and dry van tractor trailer.
  • Transported freight via reefer trailer across all 48 contiguous United States.
  • Dry and reefer Accomplishments Pick up loads and deliver on time.
  • Hauled reefer trailers with either Hersey's chocolate or Tyson foods.
  • Operated reefer and delivered loads safely and on time.
  • Flatbed, Van, Reefer, Hopper and Dump Trailers
  • Fuel tractor or reefer at end of work day.
  • Operated a 40 ft. tractor/trailer with a reefer unit.
  • Pulled reefer and dry van box trailers.
  • Experience driving reefer units and regular units.
  • Drive 54 footers dry van & reefer.

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26. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Load and unload hazardous materials into tanker and deliver materials to designated areas at different plant locations
  • Follow all proper procedures regarding the transportation of hazardous materials.
  • Transported hazardous materials in accordance with Department of Transportation standards.
  • Transported Hazardous Materials to Various disposal sites within California.
  • Operated truck equipped for disposing of hazardous materials.
  • Executed daily operations of Hazardous or Nonhazardous materials
  • Complete accurate shipping of hazardous materials.
  • Controlled and handled hazardous materials.
  • Flatbed truck and trailer Box truck delivery of appliances to customers Class A CDL doubles/triples, tankers and hazardous materials endorsements.
  • Evaluated new methods of packaging, testing, shipping, or transporting hazardous materials to ensure adequate public safety protection.
  • Performed with excellence in the transportation industry, delivery and shipment of goods, cargo and hazardous materials.
  • Certified in the handling of all major chemical company spills and or hazardous materials i.e.
  • Loaded, sorted and discarded various waste, hazardous and non- hazardous materials.
  • Transport goods across the country (dry, refrigerated goods, Hazardous Materials)
  • Pick up Hazardous Materials such as battery cores and blocks of raw lead.
  • Maintained a Class A Commercial license with Hazardous Materials and Tank endorsements.
  • Arranged for the disposal of lead, asbestos and other hazardous materials.
  • Carry uncommon cargo, such as hazardous materials and cars parts.
  • Transported hazardous and NonHazardous materials, over the road.
  • Transport chemicals, explosives, and other hazardous materials.

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27. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Trained in all safety procedures - OSHA 10, Competent Person, Flagging and Traffic Control, First-Aid, and CPR.
  • Set up guidelines and procedures to follow OSHA and company regulations and assured that all personnel understood and followed the requirements.
  • Maintained and kept abreast of all current DOT rules and regulations and provided training on OSHA regulations.
  • Maintained compliance with regulatory standards by following all FDA, OSHA, CLIAA, CGMP guidelines.
  • Operate vehicle in accordance with Waste Management safety and rules, OSHA and DOT.
  • Performed all jobs per OSHA and company regulations and rules,
  • Ensured that all activities were in compliance with OSHA regulations.
  • Executed OSHA, DOT and Safety Procedures classes.
  • Attend OSHA training for Military / Government projects.
  • Enforced all OSHA and CAL-OSHA safety regulations.
  • Follow organizational and OSHA rules and guidelines.
  • Ensured equipment meet OSHA safety requirements.
  • Followed OSHA Rules & Regulations.
  • Assist with updating chemical inventory list Cooperate with facility staff to ensure all regulatory and OSHA requirements are met.
  • Attended all OSHA training to keep certifications up to date as required for job.
  • Warehouse Manager * Maintain warehouse to OSHA, FDA and D.O.T.
  • Utilize PPE, and safety standards required by OSHA and worksite.
  • Followed safety regulations According to DOT and OSHA guidelines.
  • Secure worksite to be within OSHA and EPA standards.
  • Completed the 40-hour Hazwoper and 10-hour OSHA courses.

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28. Vehicle Inspections

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Here's how Vehicle Inspections is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Coordinated vehicle inspections in compliance with company and highway regulations.
  • Coordinate vehicle inspections and repairs and troubleshoot vehicle malfunctions.
  • Trained in vehicle inspections that must be in compliance with all federal and state Department of Transportation regulations.
  • Keep daily logs, perform minor vehicle repair/maintenance and perform daily vehicle inspections.
  • Conduct post-trip vehicle inspections to ensure all passengers have left the bus.
  • Conducted vehicle inspections, transported equipment to job sites.
  • Maintained trip logs and coordinated vehicle inspections and repairs.
  • Adhered to DOT regulations and coordinate vehicle inspections.
  • Keep a record of vehicle inspections.
  • Uphold professional outlook while traveling to different construction work sites Complete daily vehicle inspections reports and mileage
  • Maintain driver logs and safety Pre-trip/Post-Trip vehicle inspections.
  • Operate a CDL Truck to haul various products from oil field sites Perform vehicle inspections and complete daily reports as required
  • Second duty consists of Commercial vehicle inspections, communicating problems with service advisor and generating parts and service sales.
  • Completed paperwork and kept in contact with delivery manager Performed daily vehicle inspections in compliance with NC DOT.
  • Perform pre and post trip vehicle inspections, daily customer log report's, and service agreements.
  • Perform daily pre and post trip vehicle inspections.
  • Performed Pretrip and Post trip vehicle inspections.
  • Perform pre-trip and post-trip vehicle inspections.
  • Trip planning Vehicle inspections QualCom Skills Used Driving Safety Professionalism

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29. DOT

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Here's how DOT is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Operated construction equipment including semi-trucks and trailers consistent with DOT classification.
  • Complete necessary documentation to remain complaint with DOT and company policy
  • Maintain company delivery equipment within DOT rules and regulations.
  • Implement DOT regulations and safety policy per company requirements.
  • Complete paperwork and follow all Federal DOT regulations
  • Maintained accurate paperwork per DOT regulations.
  • Maintained accurate DOT regulatory paperwork.
  • Hauled various freight to or from rig moves, pulling units, all under DOT regulations, and Rig safety regulations.
  • Filled out all DOT paperwork and logs for job each load and turned in to supervisor immediately after return from run.
  • Deliver fuel to customers, meet all deadlines, follow DOT regulations, safety standards and logs, vehicle maintenance.
  • DOT guide lines, drive in a safe and friendly manner, maintaining Driver log in accordance to DOT standards.
  • Guided my self by the rules set by the DOT and conducted inspections before, during and after every trip.
  • Conducted daily mechanical and safety inspections, and maintained the upkeep of assigned company vehicles in accordance with DOT regulations.
  • Maintain a class A truck to pass a DOT inspection and comply with all DOT hours of service regulations.
  • Operated a commercial motor vehicle, performed daily vehicle safety inspections, minor maintenance, and met DOT requirements.
  • Performed daily inspections and some maintenance to ensure the truck and trailers were in accordance to DOT regulations.
  • Adhere to DOT standards and shop safety and environmental practices far as generating all necessary records and logs.
  • Load truck and delivery product according to DOT laws & regulations while adhering to company Policy and Procedure.
  • Operate truck in a safe and courteous manner and in compliance with all DOT rules and regulations.
  • Maintained proper paperwork to include all invoices, credit slips and all DOT DVIR and Driver Logs.

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30. Drive Trucks

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Here's how Drive Trucks is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Drive trucks to proper location and helped set up equipment for repair of sewer lines.
  • Drive trucks in order to deliver draft beverages and packaged beverages to taverns and stores.
  • Drive trucks and other required equipment to complete the job.
  • Drive trucks to deliver such items as food,
  • Run phone lines set telephone poles also drive trucks
  • Drive trucks with capacities greater than 3 tons
  • Required to drive trucks and operate equipment.
  • Train new drivers to drive trucks.
  • Drive machines onto truck trailers, and drive trucks to transportmachines and material to and from job sites.
  • drive trucks to destination, operate truck
  • Drive trucks, Post & Pre Trip Inspections of truck Make on time deliveries

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31. Construction Sites

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Here's how Construction Sites is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Delivered merchandise to construction sites and customer locations.
  • Loaded asphalt in Dump Truck and delivered to various construction sites efficiently for pavement purposes.
  • Deliver lumber and various construction materials to customers at residences and new home construction sites.
  • Deliver home products to new construction sites and existing homes for home improvement throughout Ct.
  • Delivered brick to construction sites driving an 18-wheeler and unloading product with a truck-carried forklift
  • Side dumps, End Dumps, Loading and unloading at various Construction sites.
  • Deliver to various locations including construction sites, military bases and homeowners.
  • Delivered 24ft sprinkler pipe and parts to construction sites statewide.
  • Moved Materials in and out of construction sites.
  • Delivered fuel to commercial companies and construction sites.
  • Haul base and asphalt to various construction sites.
  • Hauled stone quickly & accurately to construction sites.
  • Deliver dirt and rock materials to construction sites.
  • Helped to set-up construction sites.
  • Transport various building materials with a 28ft CDL box truck to various construction sites throughout the tri state area.
  • Operated a cdl truck under dot regulations, loaded and unloaded flash fill in holes on construction sites.
  • Drive a frontload garbage truck and collect trash from new home construction sites and dump them.
  • Operated tri-axle dump trucks to haul asphalt and stone to construction sites.
  • Worked delivering stone fa ade to construction sites.

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32. Weather Conditions

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Here's how Weather Conditions is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Charted appropriate routes for cross country trips in order to mesh in breaks, fuel stops, and weather conditions.
  • Learned how to handle the harsh weather conditions, driving on ice, and backing in real tight areas.
  • Haul flatbed freight across US load and unload strap, tarp in all weather conditions.
  • Retained balance while walking and climbing on 12 ft Peter-built car-hauler in all weather conditions.
  • Worked various shifts in all weather conditions both on the road and in the yard.
  • Drive OTR throughout United States in all weather conditions and mountainous roads as well.
  • Accustomed to working under harsh weather conditions and carry more than fifty pounds.
  • Traveled and delivered with a tractor trailer combination in all weather conditions.
  • Perform service on equipment on location in all weather conditions.
  • Assured safety of all workers during various weather conditions.
  • Worked unsupervised 7 days per week in adverse weather conditions
  • Worked in all types of weather conditions.
  • Worked in extreme weather conditions.
  • Have drove through all weather conditions ( rain, snow, sleet, wind, heavy traffic and night driving.
  • be prepared to work in all weather conditions Accomplishments numerous positive calls referring to my skills

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33. Customer Locations

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Here's how Customer Locations is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Delivered products to customer locations and maintained data sheets.
  • Delivered drilling fluids/materials from warehouse to customer locations.
  • Performed 50-80% of time at customer locations delivering products, 20-50% operating vehicle 12-15 ton vehicle.
  • Drive various class vehicles and equipment to and from customer locations, run parts, shop maintenance.
  • Drive 20' to 26' box truck to customer locations providing well mannered public relations.
  • Drive to customer locations, pick orders, move and merchandise product in store.
  • Dispatch trucks and drivers to various customer locations on a daily basis.
  • Maintain trip logs reflecting customer locations and distance traveled and fuel costs.
  • Transported product to customer locations in a timely and safe manner.
  • Transport freight from terminal to terminal and deliver to customer locations.
  • Deliver sand products to various customer locations throughout various states.
  • Provide professional, timely removal of waste from customer locations.
  • Delivered freight to customer locations and processed paper work.
  • Load and offload oil field chemicals at various customer locations
  • Hauled crude oil from customer locations to crude facilities.
  • Fill ice boxes inside and outside customer locations.
  • delivered products to customer locations as scheduled Verified all dispatch instructions.
  • Hand loading and moving of refuse from customer locations in a timely and safe manner.
  • Drive to different customer locations Live Unload or Drop and Hook
  • Drive to different customer locations Unload using a dolly off ramp

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34. Building Materials

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Here's how Building Materials is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Delivered building materials to businesses as well as individual.
  • Secured and safely transported building materials.
  • Transported and delivered various types of loads such as building materials, food and electronic goods across state lines.
  • Operated an 18-wheeler to transport building materials, asphalt, salt and rocks averaging 12-14 loads per day.
  • Transported lumber, steel, building materials, equipment and machinery by means of a flat bed trailer.
  • Operate an 18-wheeler to transport building materials, averaging 50 stops daily and 4 monthly long hauls.
  • Operate an 18-wheeler flat bed to transport building materials throughout the Southern California area.
  • Operate Boom Crane truck, pig back fork lift, and delivered building materials.
  • Transport produce, refrigerated items, building materials and other items.
  • Delivered all types of building materials to contractors and homeowners.
  • Transported building materials throughout the United States and Canada.
  • Operate an 18-wheeler to transport building materials.
  • Deliver building materials freight throughout NY state.
  • Deliver sheetrock and other building materials to various companies
  • Delivered sheetrock and other building materials.
  • Haul aggregate, asphalt, building materials through out south west Arizona and Eastern California area.
  • Transport produce, refrigerated items, building materials and other items.Drove big rig and reefer truck
  • Flatbed - Seasonal work - Delivered building materials Fork lift loading and unloading
  • Transportated building materials to off site locations.
  • Delivered wood and house Building materials .

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35. GPS

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Here's how GPS is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Fuel and maintain truck, and equipment, interacted with computers, and GPS equipment.
  • Obey all traffic rules, use of GPS For the local deliveries.
  • Planed appropriate routes by using conventional maps and the GPS.
  • Use of computer and GPS systems.
  • Secure the material to the trailer (30ft) and set my GPS to the job.
  • Make sure truck is safe on the road use GPS, keep DOT log in order.
  • Drive shuttle bus on predefined route, by charting out best possible route on maps or GPS.
  • Plan route's using maps and gps.
  • Map reading and GPS use .
  • drive tanker,forklift,gps and map knowledge,pump trucks and portables service

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36. Safe Operation

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Here's how Safe Operation is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Maintained safe operation and clean appearance as well as enhanced the company's reputation by ensuring courteous service.
  • Comply with all state, federal and Homeland Security guidelines pertaining to safe operation of government vehicles.
  • Maintained and inspected equipment on a daily basis to insure safe operation, before use.
  • Maintained daily inspections of vehicle, trailer, and load to ensure safe operations.
  • Positioned, secured, inspected loads to assure safe operation & delivery.
  • Supervised crew in the safe operations of demolition duties.
  • Maintained the truck for safe operation on all roads.
  • Inspect truck daily to insure safe operation functions.
  • Drive and Inspect trolley for safe operations.
  • Perform pre and post truck inspection, ensure loads are secured as per DOT regulations and safe operations of dump bed.
  • Dump truck driver, air brake endorsement, pre and post inspection of vehicle, and safe operation.
  • Maintained a DOT log, performed pre/post trip inspections of tractor and trailers for safe operation.
  • Maintained truck daily log books to insure vehicle is DOT compliant for safe operation .
  • Pre-tripped and post tripped truck and trailers daily to ensure safe operation of vehicles.
  • Maintained safe operations of all equipment used by conducting regular saftey checks.
  • Performed pre-trip and post trip inspection to maintain safe operation of vehicle.
  • Conduct pre-trip vehicle inspections to ensure safe operation.
  • insure safe operations adhereing to all FMCSA regulations, Operate in order to insure 100% on time delivery
  • Utilize Qualcomm to maintain logs and communicate with dipatch Maintained safe operations of all equipment used by conducting reqular safety checks.

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37. Cdl-A

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Here's how Cdl-A is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Job duties - Drive CDL-A fuel transportation vehicles to fuel terminal fill fuel order onto vehicle.
  • Manage, Train and Schedule* CDL-A driver, support, manage, train and schedule employees
  • Flatbed CDL-A Local delivery driver.
  • Completed proper amount of OTR hours and training including school training to become CDL-A certified.
  • Experience 2000-2013 AMS Transport Boston, MA CDL A Driver: CDL-A Driver, with safe driving record.
  • Maintain current CDL-A REASON FOR LEAVING: I want to deliver hospitality and care to patients and family again.

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38. Water Truck

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Here's how Water Truck is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Operated water truck for environmental cleanup operation.
  • Drive and operate the water truck, dump truck, and all other equipment required for the roadway project.
  • Operated CDL required vehicles including, water truck, dump truck, vacuum truck, off-road dump truck.
  • Loaded end dump trucks and drove water trucks, flat racks and ten Wheeler truck when needed.
  • Hauled Heavy Load Equipment: Front End Loaders, Water Trucks and Rollers using Dovetail Trailers.
  • Drive a belly dump, end dump, flatbed, water truck for highway construction
  • Operate 18 speed water truck, pick up and deliver on designated routes.
  • Drive water truck to deliver potable water to Oil & Gas drilling locations.
  • Drive and maintain a transfer truck, and water truck as needed.
  • Water truck, a F650 stake body, and a passenger bus.
  • Task with driving water truck, for construction site dust control.
  • Operate backhoe excavator and loader also dump truck and water truck
  • Drive water truck / water wagon.
  • Tack truck and water truck driver.
  • Load water on water truck.
  • Water truck and sweeper truck.
  • Drive a belly dump, end dump, flatbed, water truck, flat bed, lead hard, steel roller
  • Reason for Leaving: Lack of work.Operate 18 speed water truck, pick up and deliver on designated routes.
  • Dump Truck, Water Truck, Roller, Coal Truck, Tractor Trailer, and a Articulating truck.
  • Operated transport truck, water truck, vaccum truck, winch truck, and bobtail.

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39. Safety Inspections

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Here's how Safety Inspections is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Performed regular safety inspections on trucks as required by company policy.
  • Performed daily Department of Transportation safety inspections.
  • Perform all required vehicle safety inspections.
  • Performed required vehicle safety inspections before, during and after dispatch; comply with federal hours of service requirements.
  • Transport various products FAK with dry van Preform safety inspections and operate safely using E-logs.
  • Learned and practiced all safe operating materials, safety inspections and functions of tractor trailers.
  • Performed vehicle safety inspections, minor repairs and met driver log requirements.
  • Provided safety inspections to the commercial trucks on a daily basis.
  • Conduct daily safety inspections and maintenance on truck and trailer.
  • Conduct safety inspections and operations of a 36ft strait truck.
  • Maintain all paperwork for vehicles and safety inspections.
  • Preform all safety inspections prior to work.
  • Performed safety inspections on all my vehicles.
  • Performed daily pre-trip and safety inspections on equipment.
  • Completed pre and post-trip safety inspections, recording and reporting any defects and malfunctions.
  • Maintain daily logs, Pre and post safety inspections of vehicle.
  • Performed daily pre and post trip safety inspections on equipment.
  • Performed daily pre- trips and safety inspections.
  • Preformed daily Pre and Posttrip Safety inspections for tractor and trailer.

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40. Customer Relations

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Here's how Customer Relations is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Delivered refrigerated goods to customers, bill collections and maintained a mutually beneficial customer relationship.
  • Committed to providing excellent customer relations & service.
  • Experience to include customer relations with business owners at such accounts and ability to use the PDA.
  • Form and maintain good customer relations with the businesses in which I service.
  • Maintain excellent customer relations, represent the company well at all times.
  • Maintain customer relations, unload material in an orderly fashioned.
  • Conducted freight sales and customer relations.
  • Created good customer relationships, which helped with selling products to our retailers, and pushing yearly #'
  • deliver kegs and cases to specific accounts and keeping customer relationships.
  • Deliver Bulk Products Customer Relations Order Adjustments and Fulfillment
  • route sales representative) involved in delivery as well as customer relations (residential and commercial customers)
  • Deliver pre sell beverages Manage customer routes Respond to customer inquiries Stock shelves and merchandise products Maintain customer relationships

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41. Qualcomm

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Here's how Qualcomm is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Access all communications through QUALCOMM system.
  • Maintained Qualcomm contact with base or supervisor to receive instructions or be dispatched to new location.
  • Keep in touch with dispatch using qualcomm computers located inside the truck.
  • Respect the weather, listen to my dispatcher and Qualcomm.
  • Used Qualcomm OBC to communicate with support groups.
  • Used Qualcomm and had constant communication with dispatchers.
  • Maintain accurate records and logs using Qualcomm.
  • Experienced in use of Qualcomm on-board computer.
  • Use electronic logs and Qualcomm communications.
  • Maintain commercial vehicle cleanliness and equipment - Use of the onboard Qualcomm system to report driver's times and locations.
  • Used Qualcomm onboard computer to enter load quantities and times picked up or delivered.
  • Keep Qualcomm log and communicated with dispatcher over phone and Qualcomm.
  • Use of Qualcomm 50 Electronic Logbook.
  • Communicated with Fleet Manager and other agency personnel through Qualcomm System .
  • Work with Refer & Dry trailers Provide safe & timely deliveries Kept Logs and other data on the Qualcomm system
  • Communicated via Qualcomm ELD technology.
  • Deliver refrigerated goods to grocery stores Use electronic Qualcomm Pre trip/Post trip Drop and Hook
  • Flattbed driver, qualcomm knowledgable i have a zero csa scoreand a clean mvr.

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42. Crude Oil

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Here's how Crude Oil is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Sample, inspect, load and haul Crude oil by following state oil buying guidelines.
  • Transport crude oil from field locations to pipeline injection points.
  • Transported crude oil in Western North Dakota and Southern Canada.
  • Haul crude oil and production water.
  • Hauled crude oil in tanker.
  • Gauge crude oil tanks at well site.
  • Transported production w ter, fresh water, crude oil from North Dakota's oil fields and serviced oil pad tanks.
  • Worked & tested crude oil tanks (400, 500, 2,500-barrel) following company and Shell Oil guidelines and policies.
  • Completed fluid transfer at production site(s) and LACTS of Bakken sweet crude oil using a Roper gear pump.
  • Transported a total of 241,587 barrels of Bakken Sweet crude oil while driving 91,300 accident free miles.
  • Hauled crude oil worked for this company from 01/09- 01/10 and 03/11- 06/11
  • Transported oil-base and water-base mud Crude oil, Vacuum, End-Dump, Flatbed, Roll-Off

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43. Report Vehicle Defects

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Here's how Report Vehicle Defects is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Report vehicle defects, accidents, traffic violations, or damage to the vehicles.
  • Report vehicle defects, accidents, traffic violations, or damage to the vehicles.
  • Report vehicle defects, accidents, traffic violations, or damage to the vehicles Driving for Oil Company Oil product
  • Maintain logs -Report vehicle defects, any accidents, traffic violations, or damages to vehicles.
  • Report vehicle defects, accidents, traffic violations, or damage before and after route.
  • Report vehicle defects, accidents, traffic violations, or damage to the vehicles.

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44. Timely Delivery

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Here's how Timely Delivery is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Ensured timely delivery to consignees, and collected required signatures on delivery documentation.
  • Completed customer request by ensuring the timely delivery of equipment needed.
  • Monitored all shipping documents for accuracy and potential timely delivery.
  • Maintained accuracy and timely delivery of information within the company.
  • Ensured timely delivery of products.
  • Provided safe and timely delivery of freight to all 48 contiguous states and Canada.
  • Provide timely delivery of customer goods and supplies as needed per customer request.
  • Perform loading, unloading and timely delivery of steel products to assigned destination.
  • Ensured timely delivery, pick up, stocking of products to local retailers.
  • Manage Self to assure timely delivery of loads to customers.
  • Ensured proper loading/unloading and timely delivery of products to customers Supervisor Chris Hubert

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45. Delivery Schedules

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Here's how Delivery Schedules is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Reported any delays or irregularities affecting delivery schedules promptly; render prompt and courteous service to vendor representatives and customer personnel.
  • Coordinated daily delivery schedules according peak delivery times and alternate routes.
  • Coordinated daily delivery schedules based on customer schedules, peak delivery times & alternate routes.
  • Plan routes and meet delivery schedules; collect and verify delivery instructions.
  • Load trucks according to delivery schedules and location.
  • Verified invoices, routes, and delivery schedules.
  • Planned routes and met delivery schedules.
  • Update logs and delivery schedules Welcomed clients and assisted them to get into the vehicle.
  • Deliver freight to regional areas, Canada Prepared drivers manifest Maintained on time delivery schedules Provided excellent customer service
  • Transported raw materials and finished goods Conducted pre-trip and post-trip inspection Planned routes and met delivery schedules

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46. Salt Water

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Here's how Salt Water is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Water Hauling and Vacuum Truck, Pull water from Battery Tanks and Deposit as Salt Water Disposal location.
  • Water hauler, production, salt water, flow back, fresh water and pumping out well cellars
  • Transported Oil based mud, water based mud, salt water and flow back water.
  • Transported salt water, fresh water, and flow back water to disposals.
  • Drop off freight to big companies in selected states and Hauling Salt Water
  • Hauled salt water from locations, along with transport of oil.
  • Haul salt water to and from oilfield locations.
  • Delivered fresh salt water to drilling rigs.
  • Haul salt water, fresh water and tank bottoms from oil leases to appropriatedisposal facilities.
  • Pull and haul salt water from production and frack tanks and dispose.
  • Picked up and delivered salt water from the well sites in the bakken .
  • Haul production water from customer locations to salt water disposals Perform service work ( ex.
  • Mud Fresh watwr Flowback Salt water

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47. Different Types

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Here's how Different Types is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Operated all different types of vehicles in safe and efficient manner.
  • Load different types of machinery, building products.
  • Haul various types of oilfield materials form caliche to brine water using different types of trailers for my truck.
  • learned and got good at locating on bore machine through many different types of terrain.
  • Provide various types of customer services Train new employees Teach new employees routes Operate different types of trucks

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48. Different Locations

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Here's how Different Locations is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Inventory in Iron Shop * Gather expired and damage iron * Haul iron and picked up iron to and from different locations
  • Roll off container driver, deliver to and from different locations, as well as taking containers to various landfills
  • Deliver tobacco and other merchandise to different locations in the DC, MD and VA area.
  • Operated various types of forklifts to move pallets of product to different locations in the warehouse.
  • Haul Vans into different shops to be filled with supplies and deliver to different locations.
  • Delivered automotive products to different locations in the Wayne County area from a central warehouse.
  • Delivered Freight to different locations between Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas.
  • Delivered cement to different locations in the DFW area.
  • Drive to different locations with deliveries to multiple customers.
  • Pick up and drop loads at different locations.
  • Haul containers from the port to different locations
  • BELLY DUMP DRIVER TOOK LOAD OF SOIL to different locations
  • Haul vehicles or different types of metals from different locations to our Midwest Yard in Independence to get scrapped.
  • Inventory in Iron Shop for Hallibuton, Inc * Gather expired and damage iron to haul to different locations
  • Job duties were load/unload feed to different locations in Oklahoma,Kansas, Arkansas and Texas.

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49. Distribution Centers

low Demand
Here's how Distribution Centers is used in CDL Driver jobs:
  • Transport and deliver refrigerated goods over land to and from manufacturing plants or retail and distribution centers.
  • Provided timely prompt service within the region for produce to distribution centers.
  • Delivered goods from distribution centers to its stores and customers.
  • Pick up and deliver bulk mail between distribution centers.
  • Deliver freight to stores and distribution centers.
  • Haul construction and industrial supplies in 53' dry van to distribution centers across the Midwest, South, and Southeast.
  • Checked that the supplies were accurate in quantity and quality Transported products to and from warehouse and distribution centers.
  • Deliver product to various distribution centers throught Denver metro and surrounding area and also the Colorado Springs area
  • deliver mostly produce and other food products to various distribution centers and local chain stores.
  • Deliver Coca Cola products to distribution centers and customers in Az, Ca, Nv.

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20 Most Common Skill for a CDL Driver

Delivery Instructions21%
Vehicle Service14%
Customer Service8.5%
Pre-Trip Inspections7.4%
Tractor-Trailer Combinations5.6%
Job Site5.1%
Heavy Equipment4.4%
Dump Truck4.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A CDL Driver

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Delivery Instructions
Delivery Instructions
16.4%
16.4%
2
2
Vehicle Service
Vehicle Service
11%
11%
3
3
Customer Service
Customer Service
6.7%
6.7%
4
4
Pre-Trip Inspections
Pre-Trip Inspections
5.8%
5.8%
5
5
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
4.4%
4.4%
6
6
Job Site
Job Site
4%
4%
7
7
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
3.4%
3.4%
8
8
Dump Truck
Dump Truck
3.4%
3.4%
9
9
OTR
OTR
3%
3%
10
10
Log Book
Log Book
2.9%
2.9%
11
11
State Regulations
State Regulations
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Hazmat
Hazmat
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
Pickup
Pickup
2.2%
2.2%
14
14
Pallet Jack
Pallet Jack
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Traffic Laws
Traffic Laws
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
New Drivers
New Drivers
1.5%
1.5%
17
17
Safe Driving
Safe Driving
1.4%
1.4%
18
18
Emergency Equipment
Emergency Equipment
1.4%
1.4%
19
19
Repair Status
Repair Status
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Company Policies
Company Policies
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Applicable State
Applicable State
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Unload Trucks
Unload Trucks
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
Straight Truck
Straight Truck
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Reefer
Reefer
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
1%
1%
27
27
Osha
Osha
1%
1%
28
28
Vehicle Inspections
Vehicle Inspections
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
DOT
DOT
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Drive Trucks
Drive Trucks
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Construction Sites
Construction Sites
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Weather Conditions
Weather Conditions
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Customer Locations
Customer Locations
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Building Materials
Building Materials
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
GPS
GPS
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Safe Operation
Safe Operation
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Cdl-A
Cdl-A
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Water Truck
Water Truck
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Safety Inspections
Safety Inspections
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Customer Relations
Customer Relations
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Qualcomm
Qualcomm
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Crude Oil
Crude Oil
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Report Vehicle Defects
Report Vehicle Defects
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Timely Delivery
Timely Delivery
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Delivery Schedules
Delivery Schedules
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Salt Water
Salt Water
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Different Types
Different Types
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Different Locations
Different Locations
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Distribution Centers
Distribution Centers
0.5%
0.5%

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