Top Driver Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Driver. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Driver resumes they appeared on. For example, 17.6% of Driver resumes contained Delivery Instructions as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Driver actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on 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 Driver jobs:
  • Maintained phone contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions and notified of any customer or delivery problems.
  • Help with preparation of routes, procurement of permits and following delivery Instructions required regularly.
  • Maneuver trucks into loading or unloading positions Collect delivery instructions from appropriate sources.
  • Verify inventory against shipping papers, collect delivery instructions and verify routes.
  • Collected delivery instructions and recommended resourceful routes for each pick up.
  • Expedited delivery instructions and ensured timely and efficient delivery of services.
  • Communicate with base supervisor via electronic devices to receive delivery instructions.
  • Maintained contact with supervisor to receive any change in delivery instructions.
  • Maintained telephone and/or computer contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions.
  • Maintained telephone contact with supervisor/dispatch to receive delivery instructions and updates.
  • Maintained telephone and radio contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions.
  • Maintained radio contact with supervisors and dispatchers for further delivery instructions.
  • Collected delivery instructions from Dispatcher, verifying instructions and routes.
  • Ensured all loads were properly secured as required by delivery instructions
  • Follow detailed route and delivery instructions efficiently and safely.
  • Verify delivery instructions and report any defects or violations.
  • Maintained radio/phone contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions.
  • Maintained contact with supervisor to coordinated delivery instructions.
  • Collected delivery instructions from appropriate sources.
  • Take delivery instructions from supervisors.

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2. Vehicle Maintenance

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Here's how Vehicle Maintenance is used in Driver jobs:
  • Completed necessary paperwork including daily delivery logs, pick-up and delivery forms and vehicle maintenance logs.
  • Maintained clean, neat and sanitary vehicles, conducted preventative vehicle maintenance procedures according to policy.
  • Coordinate with management for periodic and major vehicle maintenance to avoid interruption of delivery services.
  • Notified appropriate personnel of vehicle maintenance needs complying with quality assurance expectations and standards.
  • Maintained vehicle maintenance according to company policies and Department of Transportation regulations.
  • Performed basic vehicle maintenance on service vehicle before beginning scheduled shift.
  • Light vehicle maintenance and general cleaning to assist satisfactory customer outcomes.
  • Maintained Department of Transportation regulated logs, documentation and vehicle maintenance.
  • Tow truck operator for emergency roadside assistance and vehicle maintenance
  • Certify that vehicle maintenance is constantly in exceptional condition.
  • Inform supervisor of needed vehicle maintenance including necessary inspections.
  • Supervised vehicle maintenance requirements and optimized route plans.
  • Notified appropriate personnel of any vehicle maintenance needs.
  • General vehicle maintenance and general housekeeping duties.
  • Performed vehicle maintenance and operated vehicle safety.
  • Perform routine inspection and preventive vehicle maintenance.
  • Completed daily vehicle maintenance and safety reports.
  • Maintained vehicle maintenance and scheduled required repairs.
  • Alerted transportation coordinator of vehicle maintenance issues.
  • Performed general vehicle maintenance as needed.

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3. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Driver jobs:
  • Operated armored vehicle upon assignment Transported, guarded, and assisted the messenger as directed Observed security and safety procedures
  • Performed inside delivery for customers, follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods.
  • Distribute materials complying with prescribed safety procedures or federal laws regulating waste disposal methods.
  • Followed all safety procedures including fastening of wheelchairs per company policy and all directives.
  • Maintained proper pharmacy and general safety procedures and standards, including department cleanliness.
  • Reviewed and interpreted all company policies and ensured compliance to all safety procedures.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods to designated routes and returning.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods Presented bills and receipts.
  • Performed contract negotiations, reviewed specifications and adhered to safety procedures and compliance
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting clients to and from deserved location.
  • Operated delivery vans in accordance with company safety procedures and policies.
  • Conducted extreme safety procedures to reduce glass breakage and minimize rollover.
  • Followed safety procedures for proper lifting and bending and facility concerns.
  • Adhered to all safety procedures and regulations which included Lockout-Tagout procedures.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting clients to their destination.
  • Maintained a safe environment by monitoring safety procedures and equipment.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting the elderly and disabled.
  • Follow all safety procedures in accordance with rigorous company protocol.
  • Trained incoming drivers on proper company policies and safety procedures.
  • Followed all appropriate safety procedures for transporting products and materials.

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4. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Driver jobs:
  • Delivered extraordinary customer service to Allstate members/customers by ensuring their safety while providing service on the scene.
  • Executed daily operations of residential and commercial routes delivering excellent customer service to residents and businesses.
  • Deliver car parts to automotive repair companies while providing consistent, high-energy customer service.
  • Provided superior customer service by practicing safe driving and responding to customer inquiries.
  • Maintain annual company Hazard/safety training -Maintain great quality customer service with every customer.
  • Provide transportation to various destinations for customers, while providing excellent customer service.
  • Provide exceptional customer service, servicing individuals of diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds.
  • Provided outstanding customer service *Followed standards and procedures to maintain safe work environment
  • Displayed strong customer service skills and maintained lucrative working relationships with customers.
  • Maintained a professional appearance and provided great customer service to all passengers.
  • Delivered full service catered food to customers while providing excellent customer service.
  • Provide excellent and efficient customer service while preparing and delivering orders.
  • Provide customers with excellent experience via top quality customer service.
  • Provided outstanding customer service during delivery and pick up operations.
  • Maintained courteous communication skills to provide excellent customer service.
  • Received and maintained inventory on computer with customer service.
  • Provide safe transportation and excellent customer service to passengers.
  • Provided outstanding customer service through daily communication with customers.
  • Provided customer service by determining appropriate packing methods.
  • Provided excellent customer service with proper inventory handling.

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5. Pre-Trip Inspections

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Here's how Pre-Trip Inspections is used in Driver jobs:
  • Performed Pre-Trip inspections to ascertain the condition of the tractor trailer prior to leaving and returning to the garage.
  • Perform Pre-Trip inspections and logs, also preventive maintenance checks daily.
  • Operated a transit bus /55passenger driving daily routes transporting to specific destinations DOT regulations performing pre-trip inspections.
  • Delivered aluminum products, delivered invoices with corresponding products, collected payments and performed pre-trip inspections
  • Performed complete and thorough daily pre-trip inspections and reporting equipment concerns and maintenance problems.
  • Delivered propane to customers on a designated route and didpre-trip inspections every morning.
  • Conducted thorough pre-trip inspections and maintained an organized, clean environment.
  • Complete thorough pre-trip inspections and submit proper documentation as required.
  • Maintained accurate vehicle logs, pre-trip inspections and other documentation.
  • Conducted daily DOT pre-trip inspections according to company procedures.
  • Conducted pre-trip inspections to ensure safety and functionality.
  • Maintained safe equipment by completing required pre-trip inspections.
  • Completed daily pre-trip inspections on all safety equipment.
  • Performed daily pre-trip inspections before being operated.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections and required maintenance repairs.
  • Perform daily pre-trip inspections using company checklist.
  • Conducted daily DOT-pre-trip inspections in accurate manner.
  • Performed daily pre-trip inspections on equipment.
  • Perform routine pre-trip inspections/regulations as required.
  • Performed and recorded daily pre-trip inspections

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6. CDL

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Here's how CDL is used in Driver jobs:
  • Maintain Class A CDL license by using safe driving habits and routing prompt deliveries to various location across the United States.
  • Operated tractor-trailer (Class A-CDL w/ X-T Endorsements) to deliver freight to customers nationwide in a timely and efficient manner.
  • License: CDL Class B Endorsement{S} P-Passenger {Transit/Coach}/Air Brakes Valid updated medical card.
  • Have Class A CDL and TWIC card Accomplishments Able to operate safely different makes and models of vehicles.
  • Obtained my CDL and became proficient in the transportation and delivery of various types of fuels and oil.
  • Reason for leaving: Achieved CDL class A License with Haz-Mat endorsement and moved on with better opportunities.
  • Meet all regulations and requirements to obtain a class B CDL with a passenger and school bus endorsements.
  • Gathered all information including owner, personal, truck, lease, CDL, truck weights and measurements.
  • Conduct inspection of buses, supervising students and maintain NH CDL-B license within State of NH laws.
  • Drive Dump Trucks, deliver machines on a trailer, drive and operate all vehicles requiring CDL license
  • Obtained CDL License Class A and drive OTR (over the road) team, refrigerated 18-wheeler trucks
  • Job Description: Two months into working with the company I had my Class A CDL.
  • Obtained a CDL license, promoted to driver and stayed with the company over 18 years.
  • Attended School to gain CDL and worked as over the road trucker for Swift Trucking Company.
  • Completed necessary training for CDL class A driver s licenses to drive tractor trailer semi-trucks.
  • Use my class B CDL to safely transport people and merchandise to their respective destinations.
  • Maintained CDL class B license with air brakes, S, and Passenger endorsements.
  • Deliver water to North Dakota non CDL and other assigned deliveries and pick ups.
  • Arrived in the U.S. in 2004 and was advised to become a CDL driver.
  • Provided CDL truck deliveries to the Federal Reserve Bank and major banking hub centers.

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7. Tire Pressure

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Here's how Tire Pressure is used in Driver jobs:
  • Performed tire pressure regulation and other minor routine vehicle maintenance.
  • Maintain vehicles by performing frequent oil changes, checking tire pressure, refilling fluids, inspecting safety equipment, and refueling.
  • Check vehicle on daily basis such as oil, tire pressure, and that all lights and mirrors are working properly.
  • Maintained all upkeep for vehicle such as checking tire pressure, oil changes, inspection, car wash, and vacuum.
  • Perform vehicle maintenance by regulating tire pressure and checking oil, gas, and water levels on a daily basis.
  • Check engine oil fluids and tire pressure once a day, make sure that the truck is filled with gasoline.
  • Determine conditions of equipment by inspecting vehicle prior to each shift including checking fluid levels and tire pressure.
  • Performed routine vehicle maintenance including the checking of gasoline, oil fluids, tire pressure and brakes.
  • Complete preventive maintenance and perform regular inspections of the equipment including checking fluid levels and tire pressure.
  • Performed daily checks such as oil change, tire pressure, and fuel levels on vehicle inventory.
  • Perform routine vehicle maintenance such as regulating tire pressure and adding gasoline, oil, and water.
  • Make sure vehicle tire pressure, gas, oil, and water are as required by law.
  • Performed minor maintenance on street sweeper: cleaning vehicle regularly, checking fluids and tire pressures.
  • Check truck oil, fluids, tire pressure, and all lights are in working condition.
  • Maintained vehicle by regulating tire pressure and adding oil, gas and water on daily basis.
  • Maintain and upkeep of trucks by checking fluids, tire pressure and clean vehicle when needed.
  • Checked fluids tire pressure and monitored reefer to make sure that the produce stayed at right temp
  • Inspect property vehicle for damage and cleanliness, as well as vital fluids and tire pressure.
  • Perform both general and preventative maintenance such as checking tire pressure and fluids on delivery vehicles.
  • Perform preventative and general maintenance such as fluid check and tire pressure on a regular basis

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8. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in Driver jobs:
  • Identify required inventory needed for job site quickly, safely and accurately.
  • Delivered/unloaded equipment to job site.
  • Help load asphalt truck, help apply material, driver water tank truck for hydro seeding, drive material to job site
  • Load, unload, pick up and deliver pumps, cylinders and power units to and from job site and companies.
  • Delivered electrical supplies to job sites, Pulled and Shipped orders in warehouse, Received shipments from manufacturers, stocked warehouse
  • Make deliveries of building materials to customer job sites while adhering to all safety procedures and unload at customer site.
  • Drive either a dump bed brush truck, bucket truck, or haul stump grinder to and from job site.
  • Work closely with shipper and contractor for safe and timely delivery of loads to state of Texas job sites.
  • Drive to varieties of job site, then produce all type of landscaping work to each individual job sites.
  • Deliver materials to job site, pick up any returns at job site and process upon returning to yard.
  • Make runs out of state to job sites and bring back unused or unwanted materials to my home base.
  • Mix concrete, keep bricks supplied to the masons, deliver materials from job site to job site.
  • Job sites were at times very tricky and tight to navigate and required very alert attentive driving.
  • Can use this extensive knowledge on windows and assist contractors on the job site as needed.
  • Delivered windows and doors to specific job sites within strict time constraints throughout the Bay Area.
  • Warehouse Picked and loaded plumbing and HVAC supplies, then delivered to job sites and customers.
  • Loaded and delivered siding materials to job sites to be installed for residential and commercial buildings.
  • Drive Class C box truck and flat bed truck to delivered materials to various job sites.
  • Transport dirt, gravel, rock and any other type of materials to different job sites.
  • Load truck using fork truck and deliver plumbing supplies to various job sites with no supervision.

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9. Tractor-Trailer Combinations

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Here's how Tractor-Trailer Combinations is used in Driver jobs:
  • Picked up and delivered trailers between Service Centers and/or turn-point locations via tractor-trailer combinations.
  • Operated tractor-trailer combinations for extended periods of time over dedicated regional routes.
  • Operate various tractor-trailer combinations between company terminals and customer facilities.
  • Hook and unhook tractor-trailer combinations numerous times daily.
  • Operated a variety of tractor-trailer combinations.
  • Operate various tractor-trailer combinations safely between facilities for shuttling product from packing sheds to cold storage.
  • Operated tractor-trailer combinations, including straight truck, 45 foot flat bed, and curtain vans.
  • Hook and unhook various tractor-trailer combinations, lower/raise landing gear and open/close cargo doors.
  • Operated tractor-trailer combinations, including straight truck, and delivery of food products.
  • Operated trucks with tractor-trailer combinations, to transport and deliver freight.
  • Drive Tractor-Trailer combinations to various hubs and terminals throughout NY state.
  • Maintained inventory and delivery logs and checked load related documentation for accuracy Drove trucks including tractor-trailer combinations.
  • Checked load accuracy and stability before each trip.Operated tractor-trailer combinations, including doubles and triples.
  • Operated commercial vehicles, including powered tractor-trailer combinations, over local, inter- and intra-state roads and highways.
  • Operate tractor-trailer combinations, hauling a 53' dry van to various locations in the 11 western states.
  • Operated tractor-trailer combinations, Picked up customer loads in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Drive tractor-trailer combinations with capacities greater than 12 tons to transport and deliver freight.
  • Operated tractor-trailer combinations,including doubles and triples.
  • Operate tractor-trailer combinations hauling a 53' trailer on a dedicated account with Lowes Home Improvment.

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10. Dump Truck

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Here's how Dump Truck is used in Driver jobs:
  • Delivered various materials throughout Charleston area using dump truck.
  • Dump truck driver and equipment operator
  • Dump Truck driving for excavating company
  • Operate dump truck for paving and excavating operations, install under ground pipe with laser, performed concrete work and landscaping.
  • Operated dump truck and boom truck to deliver landscape materials such as dirt, mulch and stones throughout Trumbull County.
  • Operated dump trucks to haul asphalt, dirt, trash, rocks, salt, sand and other designated materials.
  • Operate tractor trailers, tandem dump trucks, water trucks, backhoes and transport oil distributor trucks to job sites.
  • Power wash parking lots, dump truck at our place of business, clean and power wash sweeper trucks.
  • Drive concrete mixers and deliver the load, clean trucks and work on equipment, also take dump truck loads
  • End of season employment operating belly dump trailers and dump trucks to finish end of season road building projects.
  • Cleaned the surrounding area and loaded all garbage into the dump truck that I then drove to empty.
  • Picked up and delivered cargo in a dump truck using knowledge of roads, scheduled any required repairs.
  • Drive work crew and supplies to job sites and remove debris with dump truck from work locations.
  • Drive dump truck and vac truck, front-end loader; connect water and sewer lines and meters.
  • Turn valves and open chutes to dump, spray, or release materials from belly dump trucks.
  • Like driving a big dump truck delivering rocks, sand, road base dirt to neutral sites.
  • Worked consistently as a driver of various large trucks (dump trucks) and road building machines.
  • Operated a forklift, dump truck, skid loader, and backhoe on a weekly basis.
  • Practiced safety, courtesy, and automotive basics by operating a dump truck in busy areas.
  • Handled daily driving of dump trucks, delivering gravel, dirt, asphalt, and concrete.

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11. OTR

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Here's how OTR is used in Driver jobs:
  • Performed picture taking and vehicle information entry into database system for AutoTrack online vehicle posting system.
  • Drive OTR to designated locations delivered materials to costumers in timely manner
  • Completed Driver Certification Safety Training - OTR
  • Deliver OTR freight utilizing refrigerated trailers.
  • Coast to Coast OTR Driver --Delivery of RV's from Manufacturer to Dealer --Never late on Delivery
  • Complete driving school at Houston Community College * (OTR) Over the road driver for 48 states
  • Transport finished goods, raw materials OTR to and from manufacturing plants or retail and distribution centers.
  • Drive flat bed trailer to pick up and delivery shipments to business establishments on OTR Regional Routes.
  • Hired qualified drivers for: OTR, Local, Dedicated, Regional, and truck driving school.
  • Drive dedicated account(s) for Family Dollar stores in the Midwest region (OTR).
  • Drive new vehicles for Chrysler Corp. from their different plants for OTR drivers to pick up.
  • Drive with Trainer to acquire hours and further experience of OTR (over the road) training
  • Recruited drivers for OTR and short runs for Empire and Carpet and Dollar General Store Companies.
  • Operate 53" trailer OTR, regionally and line haul from Austin to Dallas/Fort Worth.
  • Run with the OTR division delivering and picking up mostly refer loads for our clients.
  • Salaried company OTR driver running Lower 48 approximately 3,000+ miles per week pulling a reefer.
  • Keep logs of current loads for OTR drivers to take or drop off in yard.
  • Transport trucks (tractors, box, etc) from one location to another OTR
  • Ended as an Independent contracted driver dispatched east of the Mississippi River - OTR.
  • Drop of loads of truck shipments to clients, no touch freights, OTR experience

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12. Safe Driving

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Here's how Safe Driving is used in Driver jobs:
  • Transport repair/repaired vehicles from one location to another while practicing safe driving guidelines.
  • Delivered produce shipments to regional supermarkets while maintaining a safe driving record.
  • Accomplished tractor-trailer driver with frequent commendations for safe driving.
  • Delivered orders to customers while maintaining a safe driving record
  • Demonstrated safe driving practices while simultaneously catering to customers.
  • Received numerous awards and certificated for safe driving
  • Awarded safe driving certificate-Pittsburgh Transportation Company.
  • Assure the safety of passengers during transport through safe driving techniques and adherence to all rules of the road.
  • Decreased delivery time by calculating the shortest routes, recognizing traffic patterns, and practicing safe driving habits.
  • Ensured timely delivery of product while maintaining a safe driving record by following applicable Federal and State laws.
  • Helped train new drivers as to safe driving techniques, paperwork requirements, and other job requirements.
  • Provide fun and memorable rides and/or tours of downtown Austin while maintaining and exemplifying safe driving practices.
  • Drive customer to their destination while maintaining safe driving skills and customer service skills throughout the ride.
  • Attended daily safety meetings to increase awareness of safe driving practices and movement throughout the shipping yard.
  • Operated in compliance with all regulations, and in accordance with accepted principles of safe driving.
  • Attend the yearly New York State and national driver tournament due to my safe driving record.
  • Transport children to and from school and school activities, practices safe driving skills and professionalism.
  • Achieved safe driving record and excellent evaluations while employed until business was sold to DHL.
  • Deliver product to 9 stores in an 8 hour period while maintaining safe driving procedures.
  • Attended regular meetings to remain aware of current trends and best practices in safe driving.

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13. Log Book

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Here's how Log Book is used in Driver jobs:
  • Maintained driver mandated log book as regulated by Federal regulations.
  • Maintained daily log book and assured customer satisfaction.
  • Inspect trucks to insure DOT standards, Keep log book of drive time, Help load and unload merchandise on trailer.
  • Supervised compliance with DOT regulations by monitoring log book accuracy, keeping current with medical certification, and drug screening records.
  • Keep and maintain an electronic log book as well as paper copies of delivery documents such as bills of lading.
  • Make sure all our paperwork was correct filled in our log book and got our trip package ready.
  • Deliver bedding plants, Keep log book, paper work up dated and pick-up checks for the loads.
  • Maintained log books, completed appropriate paperwork and assisted with any and all duties and responsibilities as needed.
  • Completed log book, safety checks, tires, lugs, lights, windows and full operation of bus
  • Loaded/Unloaded truck, followed delivery schedule and ensured deliveries were met on time, kept log book of deliveries
  • Recorded and documented all mileage and pick up/drop off times into log book on a daily basis.
  • Update and keep current log book and electronic log to stay current with state and federal D.O.T.
  • Inspected and documented all aspects of trip, including maintaining a log book and truck inspection documents.
  • Maintain all documents that range from log books to bills of lading, and other papers.
  • Maintained a log book as a receipt that the customers received the merchandise that they ordered.
  • Record daily mileage and time of route in log books and refuel truck if necessary.
  • Prepared trip planning sheets, log books, and obtained necessary Bill of Lading documentation.
  • Maintain log books reflecting customer locations, distance traveled, fuel locations and DOT Brake.
  • Transfer of freight per DOT Regulations * Maintain log book per DOT Regulations * Customer Service
  • Record information, such as cash receipts and ticket fares, and maintain log book.

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14. Traffic Laws

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Here's how Traffic Laws is used in Driver jobs:
  • Obey traffic laws and follow established traffic and transportation procedures and all other company established safety rules.
  • Communicate daily with dispatcher and customers Follow company procedures, safety regulations and traffic laws.
  • Obeyed traffic laws and followed established traffic and transportation procedures while delivering auto parts.
  • Provide quality transportation while maintaining all requirements of traffic laws including rules & regulations.
  • Follow company procedures, safety regulations and traffic laws while practicing defensive driving.
  • Demonstrated knowledgeable of traffic laws and safety requirements for lift-equipped vehicles.
  • Operated motor vehicles in a safe and efficient manner by obeying traffic laws, and following established traffic and transportation procedures.
  • Operated commercial cement mixer truck on public roadways and off road job sites in compliance with prevailing traffic laws and regulations.
  • Deliver parcels in a safe and efficient manner, operate a variety of vehicles in-city while adhering to all traffic laws.
  • Transport and deliver all printing equipment from one location to the next while obeying all traffic laws on a designated route.
  • Prepared vehicles for movement/shipment by air, rail, or vessel Obeyed traffic laws, and follow established traffic and transportation procedures
  • Report to dispatchers any incidents encountered on road, keep activity log, follow traffic laws, deliver on time.
  • Obey all traffic laws and ensure my passengers are safe and reach their destination in a timely and responsible manner.
  • Loaded and unloaded cargo, transported cargo, followed all appropriate traffic laws, maintained log books of daily travel.
  • Deliver merchandise to proper destination, observing all traffic laws and safety regulations to customer's place of business.
  • Transport cement and stone throughout New York City in a safe and timely manner while obeying all traffic laws.
  • Provide exceptional service to passengers within local community while following routes in timely manner and abiding by traffic laws.
  • Plan and route each individual driving assignment adhering to all State, local and installation traffic laws and ordinances.
  • Maintain vehicles, financial receipts, obey traffic laws, roadside assistance, maintain great costumer service skills.
  • Maintained a professional appearance and attitude while safely operating a commercial size vehicle and obeying all traffic laws.

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15. Unload Trucks

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Here's how Unload Trucks is used in Driver jobs:
  • Operate a hi-lo, load and unload trucks, empty scrap containers, move material in a fast paced production setting.
  • Load and unload trucks offline, put product away into specific location in the warehouse, print product information from computer.
  • Deliver product using tractor-pulling double trailer; operate forklift and pallet wrapper; load and unload trucks, take inventory and stock
  • Load and unload trucks, Deliver merchandise to various locations, controlled inventory for warehouse, applied quality control on all merchandise
  • Load trucks Unload Trucks Pick up metal material/parts from vendors Deliver metal material/parts Inventory management Wrap metal parts onto pallets/boxes for shipping
  • Deliver wine, unload trucks, inventory counts, pick/pull products, create invoices, maintain work vehicles and the warehouse
  • Load and unload trucks made adjustments to the routes of other drivers to save time and money for the company.
  • Read and interpret maps to determine vehicle routes, Load and unload trucks, operating any special loading-related equipment.
  • Load and unload trucks, drove box trucks, refer and van trailers, pulled orders and delivered to customers
  • Load and unload trucks, vans, or automobiles verifying the contents of inventory loads against shipping manifests.
  • Load and unload trucks, pick orders, assist receiving, assist in crating, and door electronics.
  • Delivered used auto parts to dealerships and body shops * Used tow motors to load and unload trucks
  • Load and unload trucks, Maintain a daily log of miles and safety inspections on work vehicle.
  • Job Responsibilities: Drove refrigeration and dry freight trucks from Florida to Maine and unload trucks for delivery
  • Load and unload trucks, check in inventory and make sure the product is correct for the customers
  • Load and unload trucks put away pick rout get them out on time inventory control circle count
  • Delivered and exchanged water tanks, load/unload trucks, helped in shop replenishing minerals in tanks.
  • Load and unload trucks, deliver materials to job sights, demo and help installers as needed
  • Load trucks -Unload Trucks -Deliver Furniture -Customer Service -Resolving complicated and minor issue to satisfy the Customer
  • Cook and prepare food, unload trucks and stock inventory, and clean at night.

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16. Pallet Jack

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Here's how Pallet Jack is used in Driver jobs:
  • Delivered and properly loaded/unloaded merchandise utilizing handcarts and/or pallet jacks.
  • Offload product where necessary using motorized or manual pallet jacks, ensure the customer receives the correct count and correct product.
  • Secured freight utilizing load straps or binders, utilized electric pallet jack as well as lift gate to off load cargo.
  • Load freight at warehouse using a pallet jack, deliver freight to various companies, collect payments and signed delivery receipts.
  • Deliver and unload to Family Dollar stores by using rollers and I have experience in using lift gate and pallet jacks.
  • Delivered products to customers, sorted and setup routes for drivers, used forklift and pallet jack to load and unload trucks
  • Performed duties of dock support including the loading of print jobs and unloading of shipping supplies using pallet jack and forklift.
  • Deliver air freight to different companies in Illinois Complete dock work Load and unload trailers with forklift and power pallet jack
  • Unload the truck using pallet jack and a two wheeler ensuring proper communication with the manager on duty during deliveries.
  • Operated forklift, stand up forklift, pallet jack rider, reach truck, order picker within the warehouse environment.
  • Use of pallet jack and forklift operation when unloading and loading trailer, helping and assisting when needed by customers.
  • Stacked the products in the proper area according to established sequences while using cherry picker or electric pallet jack.
  • Pick up and delivery using Commercial vehicle pallet jacks hand trucks lift gates as well as backing into loading docks
  • Loaded and unloaded trucks on 1st shift in loading dock using sit down forklift and electric pallet jack.
  • Transport and assist with the loading and unloading of goods manually or with a pallet jack or forklift.
  • Loaded and unloaded products on and off trailers by hand and with the assistance of a forklift/pallet jack.
  • Use pallet Jack to move pallets into back room, use forklift to load/unload trucks and work vans.
  • Find specific items to be loaded, get forklift or pallet jack and load secure payload and deliver.
  • Unload truck either by hand or with a hand truck and if possible with a pallet jack.
  • Pushed or pulled pallet jack to move heavy parts to the requested loading docks or customer building.

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17. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Driver jobs:
  • Operated commercial vehicle tractor trailer in accordance with federal and state regulations.
  • Maintained vehicle safety and regulations in accordance with local and state regulations.
  • Traveled across the country with time sensitive material following state regulations
  • Maintained compliance according to federal and state regulations.
  • Load and off-load liquid in bulk, transport safely, follow all DOT and state regulations while complying with OSHA regulations.
  • Required to follow all appropriate traffic laws in accordance with city and state regulations for driver's holding a CDL license.
  • Transported product state to state, ensures company policies and procedures as prescribed by federal and state regulations were met.
  • Comply with all warehouse policies, local work and safety rules and federal, state regulations that govern the industry.
  • Maintain records, such as records of cargo and billing statements, in accordance with Federal and State regulations.
  • Obtained and maintained active guard and firearm permits and licenses on a current basis as required by state regulations.
  • Assisted members and potential members with benefit and/or enrollment inquiries, where appropriate and compliant with state regulations.
  • Followed all State regulations and requirements for proper transport of patients to and from nursing home activities.
  • Educate and ensure compliance with Federal and State Regulations of the handling and storage of Hazardous Material.
  • Transported deliveries in a safe, efficient manner in accordance with company procedures and applicable state regulations.
  • Adhered to federal and state regulations provided by the Department of Transportation and Department of Motor Vehicles.
  • Comply with all applicable federal and state regulations regarding operation of commercial vehicles and school buses.
  • Drive the ambulance and transport emergency medical staff and patients quickly and safely per state regulations.
  • Drive truck to weigh station along the route to document weight and conform to state regulations.
  • Conformed to all federal and state regulations governing the operation of commercial vehicle for passenger use.
  • Consulted shipping papers to check nature of load Maintained records required by Federal and State regulations.

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18. Company Vehicle

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Here's how Company Vehicle is used in Driver jobs:
  • Performed preventative maintenance on all company vehicles, updating mileage logs in addition to supervising community service workers and volunteers.
  • Complete responsibility of company vehicle and all cargo/merchandise to be delivered and received from clients/accounts on a daily basis.
  • Inspected the company vehicle before and after operation to assure safety and proper functioning while following procedural protocol.
  • Follow all company safety and accident procedures while on company premises or operating company vehicles or equipment.
  • Performed detailed inspections of company vehicles to fulfill workplace safety standards and procedures.
  • Comply with all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations and Enterprise company vehicle policies.
  • Manage quality communication, Drive company vehicle safely following all rules and regulations.
  • Drive company vehicle and deliver important documents to required destinations as directed.
  • Operated company vehicle to deliver merchandise and picked up payment upon delivery.
  • Submitted maintenance reports of company vehicles for safe and efficient operation.
  • Deliver company products in company vehicle to businesses homes hospitals and schools
  • Assume responsibility for proper operation and maintenance of company vehicle.
  • Follow company policies and procedures pertaining to driving company vehicles.
  • Follow company protocol regarding deliveries and operation of company vehicle.
  • Loaded and unloaded material handling equipment on company vehicles.
  • Operate a company vehicle/truck daily, without supervision.
  • Maintained exterior and interior cleanliness of company vehicles.
  • Operated company vehicle safely for company business.
  • Follow safety precautions when driving company vehicle.
  • Drive company vehicles to designated locations.

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19. Auto Parts

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Here's how Auto Parts is used in Driver jobs:
  • Provide auto parts delivery to assigned customer account while following DOT standards operating a semi-trailer.
  • Worked as a delivery driver delivering auto parts to commercial customers.
  • Delivered auto parts to designated store locations within established time frame.
  • Warehouse and delivery of auto parts throughout the Chicago Metropolitan area
  • Executed daily operations of delivering auto parts to many companies.
  • Deliver auto parts for production to production facility
  • Delivered auto parts to various Canadian Tire locations
  • Deliver of specialty auto parts to customers
  • Delivered auto parts for Nissan Corporation.
  • Deliver Auto parts to specified locations
  • Delivered auto parts to auto makers
  • Deliver auto parts to commercial accounts
  • Provided customer service, completed daily logs for van and auto parts, collected payments, and performed van inspections.
  • Operated a diesel truck for the purpose of delivering windshield auto parts on third shift in a timely matter.
  • Deliver Auto Parts, Answer phones and take orders from customers, Bill Invoices, Retrieve/Restock parts in warehouse
  • Transported General Motor (GM) auto parts to various auto dealerships within a 150 miles radius.
  • Delivered Auto Parts to Various Locations within the United States, Spotted Trailers, and Drove Mostly Region
  • Delivered auto parts in an 18 ft box truck, averaging about 240 plus miles per day.
  • Deliver a wide variety of auto parts to and from different locations throughout the inner city limits.
  • Deliver auto parts to commercial accounts, fill out appropriate forms for returns and handle customers requests.

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20. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Driver jobs:
  • Truck driver lowboy flatbed being heavy equipment heavy construction equipment across country oversize loads
  • Job responsibilities included loading/unloading, transporting heavy equipment to and from customers.
  • Operated heavy equipment performing various steps in preparation for sealant coating.
  • Hauled heavy equipment / directional drilling for pipeline industry.
  • Repaired heavy equipment and dump trucks when mechanically defective.
  • Deliver heavy equipment throughout Southern and Northern California.
  • Operate heavy equipment as directed by supervisor.
  • Gained further experience operating heavy equipment.
  • Operated lowboy hauling heavy equipment locally.
  • Deliver heavy equipment to customer locations
  • Truck driver, heavy equipment operator
  • Operated heavy equipment for mine reclamation, loaded/unloaded slag coal, assisted with basic maintenance on various diesel equipment and motors.
  • Pain heavy equipment and company vehicles to prevent rust and other related damage as well as keep up company appearance.
  • Tilt deck / lowboy driver / heavy equipment operator, dump truck, tanker, sweeper, off-road dump truck.
  • Picked up, delivered, and operated heavy equipment and tractors used at company farms located in Kansas and Missouri.
  • Landscape or maintain grounds of property using hand tools, power tools or light and heavy equipment.
  • Possess knowledge about transferring heavy goods, safe handling of broad ranges of vehicles and heavy equipment.
  • Delivered heavy equipment to job sites in central and southern Arizona for North American equipment rental company.
  • Remodeled over 100 homes, operating heavy equipment and applying mechanical skills to ensure quality service.
  • Hauled heavy equipment such as back bus, front end loaders, bulldozers, and excavators.

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21. GPS

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Here's how GPS is used in Driver jobs:
  • Transport customers to and from designated destinations using GPS equipment for adequate directions.
  • Provided passengers with efficient transportation through interactive GPS navigational systems.
  • Followed all navigational directions from GPS and customer requests/preferences.
  • Transported customers to desired street address using GPS navigation
  • Use the computer to manifest the invoices for customers to sign and vehicles are tracked by GPS for speed and location.
  • Picked up clients and took them to their new destination -Used GPS to find destinations -Pampered guests with food and drinks.
  • Drive safely, observing local laws while keeping an eye on the GPS and getting riders to their destinations quickly.
  • Greet passengers and ascertain destinations, watch for traffic signals, ask for directions or determine directions on GPS.
  • Utilized GPS and / or maps to chart out the best route which is time and fuel efficient.
  • Use global positioning system (GPS) also uses a road atlas to navigate to the desired destinations.
  • Worked as a contractor testing GPS and telecommunication products for Verizon Engineers prior to product release to market.
  • Use GPS, daily delivery list, to plan out daily route of package delivery, and pickups.
  • Pick up and delivery of people or parcel to designate address with use of map or GPS systems
  • Required use of GPS and accurate mapping techniques to ensure efficient deliveries for time sensitive materials.
  • Used GPS to drive to residential addresses to pick up used clothing and household furniture donations.
  • Work through GPS transporting clients safely from one destination to another in a timely and professional manner
  • Load truck with automotive parts and deliver them to clients location, utilizing GPS and maps.
  • Utilized CB radio, computerized manifest, and GPS system to maintain communication with base.
  • Assisted in troubleshooting GPS scanners and system issues as well as customer complaints and disputes.
  • Picked up freight, and made home delivery in Tennessee using my GPS on time.

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22. Medical Appointments

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Here's how Medical Appointments is used in Driver jobs:
  • Drive ambulatory and non-ambulatory clients mainly to and from medical appointments using company owned wheelchair equipped van.
  • Prepared daily route summary and contacted patients to facilitate and coordinate scheduled pick-ups for medical appointments.
  • Facilitate transportation for clients to and from medical appointments all while maintaining a safe driving environment
  • Transported special needs individuals to medical appointments and other destinations on a daily basis.
  • Transported stretcher patients to various doctor and medical appointments and other necessary destinations.
  • Transported Military- Entrance Processed individuals to medical appointments as well as to airport
  • Transport patients/clients to medical appointments and various destinations according to client request.
  • Coordinated vehicle arrangements and drove students to and from off-campus medical appointments.
  • Transported non-emergency medical patients to and from their medical appointments.
  • Provided transportation for Medicaid Members to and from medical appointments.
  • Transported elderly and disabled people to medical appointments and facilities.
  • Transport individuals to medical appointments using a four wheelchair minibus
  • Provided transportation of passengers to and from medical appointments
  • Transport individuals with disabilities to scheduled medical appointments.
  • Manage daily ambulatory calls and medical appointments.
  • Provided transportation for clients to medical appointments.
  • Assist veterans with transportation to medical appointments
  • Transport Community Action passengers to medical appointments
  • Transport elderly wheelchair-bound clients to medical appointments
  • Drive patients to non emergency medical appointments

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23. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Driver jobs:
  • Observed high safety standards including strict federal HazMat regulations.
  • Delivered HAZMAT on local delivery route in Missouri and Illinois Delivered concession supplies Load and unload in/outbound freight.
  • Honored for systematically following the safety norms and conditions regarding HazMat tanks, trucks, etc.
  • Transported dry, temperature-controlled and HAZMAT products in excess of 50,000 miles without any incidents.
  • Completed college CDL Class to obtain Class A/CDL with HazMat and Tanker Endorsement.
  • Maintain a clean driving record class A CDL, and HazMat endorsement.
  • Completed driver training course which consisted of HAZMAT Safety and Smith System.
  • Cross-trained and utilized for straight trucks, tractor-trailers, and HAZMAT truckload.
  • Oil well services as class A CDL driver with HAZMAT endorsement.
  • Maintained HAZMAT certifications that accompanied a CDL driver's license.
  • Obey all state and federal laws for carrying HAZMAT materials.
  • Bulk and tanker truck driving of HazMat and non-HazMat materials.
  • Deliver Chemical, HazMat, seed, and fertilizer.
  • Deliver the product/material and HAZMAT materials to 48 States.
  • Follow all HAZMAT rules for transporting dangerous cargo.
  • Maintained logbooks and adhered to all DOT HazMat paperwork
  • Licensed CDL Class B and HAZMAT endorsement.
  • Experience in general freight and HazMat freight.
  • Completed Bill of Lading and HAZMAT paperwork.
  • Employed industry standard HAZMAT procedures.

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24. Drive Trucks

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Here's how Drive Trucks is used in Driver jobs:
  • Drive trucks to deliver such items and clients to predetermined destinations utilizing portable data input terminals.
  • Drive trucks following manifest to different customer locations and deliver and setup new furniture
  • Drive trucks with capabilities greater than three tons, including tractor trailer combinations to transport and deliver products follow appropriate procedures.
  • Drive trucks to tend the applicators machines, maintain equipment in the off season and other duties as assigned.
  • Drive trucks with capacities greater than 3 tons, including tractor-trailer combinations, to transport and deliver products.
  • Drive trucks, following established routes, through residential streets or alleys or through business or industrial areas.
  • Drive trucks to pick up and deliver customer goods, such has furniture, appliances, antiques etc.
  • Drive trucks to and from job sites, build, repair, inspect train tracks for industrial companies.
  • Drive trucks equipped with public address systems through city streets to broadcast announcements for advertising or publicity purposes.
  • Drive trucks to and from the job, pack/unpack consumers items, load/unload items on the truck.
  • Drive trucks to locations and pick up boxes of scrap and haul it to the scrap yard.
  • Trained new hires / shadowed for up to 30 days and occasionally taught employees to drive trucks.
  • Drive Trucks, deliver money, load pallets, construct orders, data entry, data processing.
  • Drive trucks to deliver such items as welding supplies, medical oxygen, and industrial gas cylinders.
  • Drive trucks with up to 80,000 pounds capacity including tractor/trailer combinations to transport and deliver products.
  • Drive trucks, tanks, trailers, lowboys, and other vehicle to emergency response sites.
  • Drive trucks with capacity of more than three tons to transport auto parts to specific destinations.
  • Drive trucks to installation sites, and unload glass, glass equipment, and tools.
  • Drive trucks to deliver Requested boxes or files and pick up new or returning items.
  • Drive trucks, load and unload trucks, hook trucks, switch dock, operate forklifts

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25. Straight Truck

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Here's how Straight Truck is used in Driver jobs:
  • Drive straight trucks through various locations using maps and GPS, Unload and possible load trucks in the allotted time given.
  • Operate commercial CDL-B vehicle efficiently and safely (Manual & automatic transmissions, Straight trucks, Flat Bed, Vans).
  • Operated tractor-trailers and straight trucks (dump-trucks, walking-floor-trailers, roll-off units) to pick up and haul away industrial waste.
  • Operated variety of equipment including: Over-the-Road Tractors, Straight Trucks, Tandem Trailers, Refrigerated Trailers and Flat Bed.
  • Operated safely both semi and straight trucks that delivered various kinds of products to customers in the Northeast United States.
  • Drive a straight truck commercial vehicle hauling concrete vaults to cemetery during home going celebrations for family of deceased.
  • Experienced in driving articulate, roll off, flatbed, van, straight truck, and low boy trucks.
  • Certified Class B License with P endorsement; accident-free record; skilled in driving straight trucks and coach buses.
  • Drive a reefer straight truck throughout the north shore of Massachusetts including parts of new Hampshire to deliver produce.
  • Warehouse Drive delivery in Straight Truck, Cargo Van or Station Wagon depending on the size of the load.
  • Drive tractor trailers, and straight trucks making deliveries for the food services, restaurants, and grocery industries.
  • Operate straight truck, and occasionally 18- wheeler to transport bedding and furniture within the north east region.
  • Drive a 26 ft straight truck and a 48 ft tractor trailer hauling lumber windows siding of various weight
  • Used 24 foot straight trucks to pickup and deliver expedited shipments coming in and out Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
  • Sorted, loaded and handled freight into over-the-road equipment, containers, city trailers, and/or straight trucks.
  • Skilled in operating nine and eleven-ton straight trucks, as well as tractor-trailers; maintained a CDL license.
  • Operate different types of vehicles, such as straight trucks, boom trucks Fork lift, etc.
  • Operate 7,000 gallon tractor trailer tanker, 4,000 gallon straight truck and 2,000 gallon vac straight truck.
  • Get orders ready by loading straight trucks and distributing furniture throughout schools in the city of Chicago.
  • Possess good knowledge about operating straight trucks at 5, 9, 10, 13 speed transmission.

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26. Different Locations

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Here's how Different Locations is used in Driver jobs:
  • Deliver packages to customer front door daily in different locations for amazon driving company van
  • Transported materials to different locations with a demonstrated ability to navigate thick city traffic.
  • Picked up and dropped off passengers from different locations to drug rehabilitation centers
  • Delivered product to different locations within Kentucky and Southern Indiana.
  • Delivered electric equipment to different locations of the college.
  • Transport clients with disabilities to different locations throughout Baltimore City
  • Delivered products to different locations across Kansas and Nebraska.
  • Transported passengers to different locations including airport services.
  • Relocated different material to different locations in Arizona.
  • Delivered and picked up cars from different locations
  • Deliver products to various customers at different locations
  • Transported vehicles safely to different locations daily.
  • Pick up packages and delivery to different locations
  • Delivered batteries to different locations as needed.
  • Transport Handicap and Elderly Customers to Different Locations
  • Transport cargo to different locations safely.
  • Transfer electronic devices to different locations.
  • Travel to different locations recovering vehicles.
  • Deliver bulk cement to different locations
  • Delivered inventory to different locations.

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27. Emergency Equipment

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Here's how Emergency Equipment is used in Driver jobs:
  • Followed DOT regulations along with company policy and maintained safety/emergency equipment.
  • Located and operated all emergency equipment on vehicle.
  • Ensured that all vehicle emergency equipment is in operational condition and in the vehicle at all times.
  • Operated emergency equipment in inclement weather conditions including dump trucks, snowplows, and front end loaders.
  • Inspected vehicles before operation to ensure that emergency equipment is in good working order.
  • Inspect van before trip (oil, emergency equipment, etc.)
  • Use vehicle emergency equipment if need arises.
  • Make sure required emergency equipment is present.
  • Provided safe travel for passengers to and from destinations Assisted in maintaining all required emergency equipment on the vehicle

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28. Appropriate Safety Procedures

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Here's how Appropriate Safety Procedures is used in 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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29. Customer Orders

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Here's how Customer Orders is used in Driver jobs:
  • Loaded customer orders into delivery vehicle; delivered floral arrangements to various residential and commercial customers; provided exceptional customer service.
  • Delivered customer orders as quickly as possible while always maintaining a professional and courteous demeanor.
  • Received customer orders, entered into computer, prepared and delivered customer orders.
  • Coordinated customer orders and delivery of goods while providing good customer service delivery.
  • Communicate with dispatchers and company mechanics regarding customer orders and any vehicle problems.
  • Transported and delivered customer orders in accordance with predetermined schedules and routes.
  • Loaded customer orders and delivered to restaurants in Greater Rochester/Finger Lakes.
  • Delivered customer orders to depot and substations within established time frames.
  • Worked effectively unsupervised to deliver customer orders and keep customers happy.
  • Calculate customer orders and maintain proper documentation in computerized hand-held device.
  • Delivered customer orders to businesses within established time frames.
  • Delivered customer orders in an efficient and timely manner.
  • Prepare customer orders according to policy and customer request.
  • Manage and fulfill customer orders and maintain customer relationships.
  • Reviewed customer orders and ensured proper delivery of product.
  • Delivered customer orders to business within an established period.
  • Provided quality customer service and delivered customer orders.
  • Unload customer orders with courtesy and professionalism.
  • Organized and separated customer orders for shipments.
  • Delivered customer orders at a timely manner.

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30. Weather Conditions

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Here's how Weather Conditions is used in Driver jobs:
  • Followed precise schedules, adjusting driving according to traffic and weather conditions to ensure timely arrival at destinations.
  • Monitored road and weather conditions to ensure seamless delivery / driving operations.
  • Monitored traffic and weather conditions and notified dispatch of potential problems.
  • Worked in extreme all-weather conditions and safety sensitive work environments.
  • Monitored road and weather conditions to determine necessary route alterations.
  • Showed increased attentiveness to surroundings during unfavorable weather conditions.
  • Operate truck throughout northern California in different weather conditions.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in extreme weather conditions.
  • Assisted with securing cargo against inclement weather conditions.
  • Operate tractor/trailer combination in all weather conditions.
  • Furnished prompt service using a 15 passenger van while adhering to varying traffic conditions, weather conditions, and road hazards.
  • Trained to transport goods safely, and successfully operate vehicles in all weather conditions and over a wide variety of terrain.
  • Sustained an accident free driving record, traversing extensive distances, under adverse road and weather conditions on a daily basis.
  • Operate commercial vehicles in urban, suburban and rural areas in all weather conditions to transport freight from point to point.
  • Work extended shifts and weekends as needed and work in all weather conditions-extreme heat, cold, dry or wet environments.
  • School bus drivers must be attentive to traffic and weather conditions while staying on schedule and ensuring the safety of passengers.
  • Required high degree of driving skill due to ever-changing weather conditions and ability to quickly and efficiently install/remove tire chains.
  • Used the loading and dumping of an 80-thousand-pound garbage truck and was able to safely navigate in all weather conditions.
  • Worked in all weather conditions, specialized in off road recovery, and was cautious of hazards in all scenarios.
  • Traveled in all kinds of weather conditions as well as all hours of the day and night without any accidents.

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31. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Driver jobs:
  • Oversee the safe handling of hazardous materials, maintaining comprehensive delivery records and ensuring compliance with government regulations.
  • Secure Transportation of Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Materials Proper Time Management TWIC Card Holder Professionalism and Problem solving
  • Adhered to company operating procedures and policies while delivering fragile or hazardous materials or products.
  • Conducted hazardous materials transport and processing at various industrial facilities according to an assigned route.
  • Use of manifest to determine delivery destinations and identify any hazardous materials on board.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting hazardous materials and knowledgeable of current placarding laws.
  • Transport hazardous materials, chemicals, used primarily in the computer manufacturing industry.
  • Delegated personnel to handle proper disposal and treatment of hazardous materials near facility.
  • Operated forklift and gathered hazardous materials from warehouse according to requisition form.
  • Delivered radioactive/hazardous materials to hospitals inside and outside of the metro area
  • Waste disposal of hazardous materials and decontamination of hazardous waste items.
  • Loaded and unloaded hazardous materials according to regulations and company procedures.
  • Followed all DOT regulations to safely deliver merchandise including hazardous materials.
  • Transport of hazardous materials from customer facilities to company disposal sites.
  • Understand, comprehend and properly analyze hazardous materials for proper transportation.
  • Transported hazardous and non-hazardous materials between terminals and other facilities.
  • Delivered compressed gas and hazardous materials to various medical facilities.
  • Hauled everything from scrap metal to fertilizer and hazardous materials.
  • Follow all department of transportation regulations, transport hazardous materials.
  • Completed DOT Hazardous Materials training and successfully used training without incident.-

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32. Timely Fashion

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Here's how Timely Fashion is used in Driver jobs:
  • Take passengers successfully to destination in timely fashion.
  • Route delivery in busy environment in timely fashion.
  • Load all stops on truck make sure all stops are loaded and secure then complete route in a safe and timely fashion
  • Demonstrated superb customer service by transporting members of the community in a safe, timely fashion, with polite conversation.
  • Delivered medications on a route to various nursing & group home(s) in a professional & timely fashion.
  • Go to Port pick up designated container, deliver container to customer in timely fashion to be unloaded.
  • Pick up passengers and transport them from one location to another in a safe and timely fashion.
  • Handled all paperwork for loads at shipper and receiver and paperwork to corporate office in timely fashion.
  • Deliver customer orders in an accurate and timely fashion with a positive attitude at all times.
  • Assured that the maintenance and cleaning of the van was done in timely fashion.
  • Complete driver log book and other DOT documents in an accurate and timely fashion.
  • Picked up and dropped off clients in a safe, courteous and timely fashion.
  • Deliver concrete in a safe and timely fashion to construction / residential sites.
  • Load, transport and unload customers merchandise in orderly and timely fashion.
  • Deliver orders to the requested location in a safe and timely fashion.
  • Transport railroad employees to various destinations in a safe and timely fashion.
  • Drive delivery orders to customers in an organized and timely fashion.
  • Delivered pizza to customers, in an orderly and timely fashion.
  • Work in a fast timely fashion to obtain good production numbers.
  • Transport product from warehouse to customers in a safe timely fashion.

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33. Vehicle Service

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Here's how Vehicle Service is used in Driver jobs:
  • 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.
  • Performed overflow functions and vehicle service maintenance.
  • Maintain logs of working hours and vehicle service, repairs and all inspections in accordance with local, state and federal laws
  • Maintain logs of working hours and of vehicle service or repairs status, according to each states laws and regulations.
  • Pick up clients and transport them to desired destination, Keep vehicle maintenance records, Minor vehicle service
  • Maintained logs of working hours and vehicle service status, in accordance with state and federal regulations.
  • Maintain log of vehicle services provided & repair status according to state & federal regulations.
  • Maintain knowledge regarding DOT regulations, vehicle service, fueling, logs and records.
  • Towed vehicle service stations Dealer to other dealers and towed vehicle from police accidents.
  • Maintained logs of working hours or of vehicle service repair status following all state/federal laws
  • Maintain logs of working hours, vehicle services, or repair services.
  • Report vehicle service needs, incidents, and/or accidents immediately to Management.
  • Load and unload freight Maintain vehicle service, fueling and delivery records
  • Maintain vehicle service, fueling and documentation of shipping paperwork.
  • Maintain log books and vehicle service or repair sheets.
  • Maintain vehicle service log, fueling & safety records.
  • Maintained logs of working hours and of vehicle service.
  • Maintain vehicle service, fueling and delivery records.
  • Assist Owner in vehicle service and transport.

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34. Vehicle Inspections

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Here's how Vehicle Inspections is used in Driver jobs:
  • Conducted daily vehicle inspections to ensure vehicle was operating in accordance with Department of Transportation safety guidelines.
  • Conducted daily vehicle inspections and prepared, received and provided accurate documentation.
  • Completed routine vehicle inspections to ensure safety and sanitation standards are maintained.
  • Conducted daily vehicle inspections and informed maintenance department of any issues.
  • Performed vehicle inspections required by DOT and company safety regulation rules.
  • Coordinated vehicle inspections & repairs and help identify mechanical issues.
  • Complete all necessary documents/paperwork as well as daily vehicle inspections.
  • Performed daily vehicle inspections in accordance with company policy.
  • Provided accurate records of vehicle inspections and safety equipment.
  • Performed daily vehicle inspections to manage preventive maintenance.
  • Performed routine vehicle inspections and minor maintenance repairs.
  • Preformed daily vehicle inspections to ensure vehicle safety.
  • Coordinate vehicle inspections and repairs and troubleshoot vehicle malfunctions
  • Performed vehicle inspections to ensure proper mechanical performance.
  • Maintain vehicle cleanliness and perform regular vehicle inspections.
  • Performed vehicle inspections, passenger safety and communication.
  • Conduct vehicle inspections/safety checks and clean armored vehicle.
  • Coordinated vehicle inspections and completed minor repairs.
  • Conducted daily safety and mechanical vehicle inspections.
  • Perform vehicle inspections at required intervals.

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35. Uber

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Here's how Uber is used in Driver jobs:
  • Rated in the top 10% of customer rated UBER drivers in the Phoenix market in 2015.
  • Drive customers from pick up location and drop them off using an application provided by UBER.
  • Manage UBER Smart phone application to navigate to and from client destinations and obtain fares.
  • Recruited and signed up 3 friends to also drive for UberX, referral bonus.
  • Pick up and deliver ordered meals via online or call in (UberEats).
  • Asked to participate in UberASSIST, a program designed for persons with disabilities.
  • Drive passengers to requested destinations as a partner with UBER.
  • Deliver food and retail items through UberEats and UberDelivery.
  • Offer UberX service to Northern Atlanta suburb counties.
  • Utilize UBER app on iPhone to navigate vehicle.
  • Taxi services and delivering food (UberEats)
  • Worked as a driver for UberWav Program.
  • Make UberEats food delivery requests as necessary.
  • Drive UBER customers to their destination.
  • Pick up passengers and drop off passengers, also UBER EATS PICK UP FOOD AND DROP OFF
  • Provide Transportation to the customer destination designated by the Uber application.
  • Recorded delivery information using Uber Partner App.
  • Set my own work schedule; drive my own car using the Uber Partner app to find riders in my area.
  • Turn on Uber meter on when passengers enter the car, and turn it off when they reach the final destination.
  • Drive loading and delivery hot food for daycare drive in town and cities and before drive uber for a long time

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36. Repair Status

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Here's how Repair Status is used in Driver jobs:
  • repair status, activity logs, etc.)
  • Maintain logs of vehicle repair status and working hours.
  • Maintain logs for hours, service and repair status.
  • Maintained repair status of assigned trucks.
  • Maintain logs of working hours and repair status.
  • Maintain logs of working hours, maintenance/repair status, follow DOT rules and regulations.

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37. DOT

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Here's how DOT is used in Driver jobs:
  • Performed and documented daily vehicle and equipment inspections while maintaining compliance with DOT regulations.
  • Possess safety conscious professionalism to uphold DOT regulations.
  • Maintained vehicle records and inspections per DOT regulations
  • Maintain and submits a DOT logbook, daily route/productivity sheet, and vehicle condition report (post-trip inspection sheet).
  • Meet the needs for services of customers, comply with the standards of the corporation and DOT for driver operations.
  • Evaluated applicants work history, education and training, job skills, and personal qualifications against company and DOT requirements.
  • Maintained shipping and delivery manifest, drivers log for time of service complied with DOT regulations and safety protocols.
  • Complete all necessary DOT and company paperwork promptly and accurately according to company, state, and federal agencies.
  • Perform mill checks to make sure that the stripes are within specifications and guidelines set by the DOT.
  • Handle all compliance issues including IFTA, federal and state taxes, DOT compliance, and dispatching trucks.
  • Obey all local, state and federal rules of the road and all DOT operating and recording procedures.
  • Maintain legal logbook, making sure that my hours were correct in accordance with DOT regulations.
  • Make sure that the tractor and trailer are in safe working condition to meet DOT standards.
  • Prepared and submitted all required logs tracking mileage, and driving hours according to DOT guidelines.
  • Conduct inspection of vehicle daily to meet guidelines of the Department of Transportation (DOT).
  • Maintain records, such as vehicle logs and safety inspection reports in accordance with DOT regulations.
  • Operate tractor-trailer combination in the transportation of freight in accordance with DOT regulations in 48 states.
  • Adhere to DOT regulations and parking rules to keep violations and parking tickets to a minimum.
  • Completed proper documentation on loads delivered, DOT logs, and natural gas well site locations.
  • Maintain proper hours of service, logging and safety rules set forth by DOT guidelines.

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38. Applicable State

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Here's how Applicable State is used in Driver jobs:
  • Maintained logs following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Operate vehicle in compliance with company rules and all applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Follow all applicable state and federal laws and DOT regulations within areas traveled.
  • Ensured patient confidentiality in compliance with HIPA and applicable state laws.
  • Followed all applicable state and federal regulations.Community Activities and Leadership
  • Collect delivery instruction from appropriate sources,verifying route.maintain logs of working hours following applicable state and federal laws.
  • Maintained logs of working hours, followed applicable state and federal requlations.

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39. Timely Delivery

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Here's how Timely Delivery is used in Driver jobs:
  • Performed oil field contract services with primary focus on timely delivery of industry specific equipment to various energy production sites.
  • Dedicated over-the-road driver of Donaldson products requiring timely delivery of materials to various facilities throughout the Midwest and eastern regions.
  • Worked closely with office employees and logistics manager to ensure proper instructions on timely delivery and accurate order picking.
  • Ensured timely delivery of controlled material to numerous local Non Destructive Test sites in accordance with shipping manifest.
  • Delivered floral arrangements to individuals and businesses in the Washington Metropolitan Area * Maintained consistent, timely delivery record
  • Ensured the proper loading/unloading and timely delivery of products to residential/commercial locations by way of various truck types.
  • Awarded for expeditiously responding to client requests, ensuring order accuracy and timely delivery of completed orders.
  • Performed exceptional customer service through timely delivery of goods, money handling and resolution of customer complaints.
  • Coordinated among multiple departments to ensure seamless service and provided accurate, timely delivery of goods.
  • Ensured safe and timely delivery of concrete to customers while complying with all regulations and paperwork requirements
  • Maintained equipment and coordinated with Dispatch and other drivers involved in timely delivery of packages.
  • Ensured efficient and timely delivery of all materials and equipment needed for residential remodeling projects.
  • Managed timely delivery of expedited freight in a high stress and constantly changing environment.
  • Demonstrated superior customer satisfaction through timely delivery and efficient set-up for the assigned events.
  • Provide accurate and timely delivery of prescriptions* Collect monies and record transactions on customer receipts
  • Communicate effectively with Dispatch to ensure timely delivery and/or collection of customer material.
  • Secured and timely delivery of parcels and packages throughout the Washington Metropolitan area.
  • Implemented timely delivery of chemicals and cleaning supplies to new and established customers.
  • Manage daily routes independently to ensure proper and timely delivery of product.
  • Ensured timely delivery and pickup of materials and maintained cleanliness of dump truck

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40. Transport Passengers

low Demand
Here's how Transport Passengers is used in Driver jobs:
  • Carry out miscellaneous tasks as directed, operated taxicab to safely transport passengers to their destinations.
  • Drive company van to transport passengers while following safety regulations and state laws governing vehicle operation.
  • Transport passengers to medical facilities, ensure passengers with special needs or disabilities are assisted properly
  • Operated wheelchair-accessible bus to transport passengers with disabilities to various locations within Monroe County.
  • Greet and transport passengers while always ensuring quality public relations and customer satisfaction.
  • Observed company safety standards and existing vehicle operation laws to transport passengers.
  • Transport passengers to and from various destinations as determined by itinerary.
  • Transport passengers to medical appointments and various destinations.
  • Transport passengers safely to and from various destinations
  • Transport passengers with and without disabilities safely.
  • Transport passengers according to training specifications.
  • Transport Passengers to variety of destinations.
  • Transport passengers to hospitals and doctors offices
  • Transport passengers, textiles and manufacturing goods
  • Transport passengers throughout Bryan/College Station.
  • Transport passengers to designated location.
  • Transport passengers to loading/unloading areas.
  • Transport passengers safely timely manner.
  • Transport passengers to destinations as directed
  • Transport passengers and pick up/deliver food

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41. Construction Sites

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Here's how Construction Sites is used in Driver jobs:
  • Deliver materials per daily assigned routes including local construction sites and regional out-of-state sites.
  • Supervised approximately twelve individuals working as foremen at various construction sites.
  • Delivered lumber or various construction materials to warehouses or construction sites.
  • Guarantee timely delivery of merchandise to numerous local construction sites.
  • Delivered various products to concrete companies and mobile construction sites
  • Delivered steel product to residential construction sites.
  • Delivered and unloaded drywall at residential construction sites
  • Delivered building supplies to construction sites
  • Delivered asphalt/ dirt to construction sites
  • Delivered cargo such as asphalt, grindings, stone, sand, and dirt to various state and local construction sites.
  • Handle paperwork for deliveries to shops and construction sites, pick up inventory from vendors and perform daily vehicle safety inspections.
  • Drive Class B trucks in the delivery of pallets stacked with shingles and roofing accessories to new construction sites and homes.
  • Flow boy live bottom trailer, and dump truck hauling aggregate to businesses and construction sites in the Syracuse area.
  • Loaded gas, oil, and diesel at terminal and delivered locally to gas stations, oil plants and construction sites
  • Traveled to and street washed new residential construction sites in North and South Carolina using a pressure washer tanker.
  • Picked Up Concrete, Grout, and Soil Samples From Construction Sites To Be Brought To a Testing Lab.
  • Operated flatbed and straight trucks to deliver construction materials to construction sites located at McGuire AFB and Ft. Dix.
  • Job Description: Drive a twelve foot stake truck to safely deliver materials to construction sites throughout southeast Michigan.
  • Delivered heavy product to construction sites and had ability to communicate with customers using judgment to resolve problems.
  • Hauled rock, sand, and gravel to various construction sites, as well as operated front-end loader.

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42. Safe Operation

low Demand
Here's how Safe Operation is used in Driver jobs:
  • Load and unload equipment to be delivered with tractor trailer* Demonstrate safe operation of equipment* Familiarize customer with rented equipment
  • Executed safe operation of tractor-trailer combination to transport shipping container freight to and from specified destinations via dispatch.
  • Conducted daily inspection of company vehicles and equipment to ensure safe operation and requirement of company regulations.
  • Executed the safe operation of commercial motor vehicles and heavy machinery in an agricultural environment.
  • Conducted regular vehicle inspections for mechanical items or issues relating to safe operations of vehicle.
  • Performed daily safety inspections on vehicles and safety equipment to ensure safe operation.
  • Maintain safe operation of vehicles in heavily congested pedestrian traffic.
  • Calibrated instruments and equipment on site to ensure safe operation
  • Shuttle Driver providing safe operation instruction and customer service.
  • Maintain safe operation and general maintenance of equipment.
  • Transport loads to designated locations/maintain safe operation of equipment
  • Complete necessary paperwork and maintain safe operation of equipment
  • Maintained safe operation of equipment.
  • Comply with all federal, state, and local regulations for the secure and safe operation of a commercial motor vehicle.
  • Maintain safe operation of vehicle; communicate any vehicle defects to supervisor, and handling of packages in safe manner.
  • Maintained DOT Log books and complied to state and Federal regulations dealing with the safe operations of all Hazardous Material.
  • Operated in a manner that is aimed at creating capacity and ensuring productivity while ensuring safe operations at all times.
  • Ensured safe operation of all company equipment and vehicles, as well as compliance with SOP and safety protocols.
  • Experience with container loading/unloading, receipt/dispatch, safe operation of forklifts, checks and training and manual handling aids.
  • Saved employer money from down time from equipment failure due to preventive maintenance and safe operation of equipment.

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43. Fedex

low Demand
Here's how Fedex is used in Driver jobs:
  • Delivered FedEx packages to established residential and businesses accounts on an assigned route in a timely and professional manner.
  • Executed daily operations of delivering packages for FedEx Home Delivery.
  • Enter package delivery data into FedEx mobile inventory system.
  • Picked up and delivered packages in accordance with FedEx requirements
  • Ship camera and computer equipment Internationally via FedEx.
  • Delivered packages for a FedEx contractor to customer locations
  • Deliver FedEx ground route effectively and efficiently.
  • Delivered FedEx packages to designated territory.
  • Delivered parcels for FedEx Home Delivery
  • Entered program to become a driver apprentice and gain my CDL driving license and then enter the manager program at FedEx.
  • Transported product for various business but not limited to Amazon, VW, FedEx and Toyota Manufacturing throughout the United States.
  • Complete daily routes, scan boxes using bar code scanner, hang door tags, pick up inventory from FedEx location
  • Used the Internet to access points of references for UPS, USPS and FedEx package tracking and product information Websites.
  • Ship material out of town using different shipping company's like for example UPS, FEDEX, and freight companies.
  • Picked up and delivered time sensitive documents and packages in a safe and punctual manner from Amazon and FedEx.
  • Pull orders; load/unload trucks, ship via ups, FedEx machines, freight, and company box truck.
  • Answer customer questions on FedEx features of service and keeps customers informed about the company and its services.
  • Assisted in the validation of shipping and creating shipments using FedEx, UPS, and other Web-based programs.
  • Job Description: Deliver FedEx packages on pallets to 19 Post Offices in the north Georgia area.
  • Provide delivery service for FedEx, in a safe, timely, accurate, and professional manner.

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44. Company Policies

low Demand
Here's how Company Policies is used in Driver jobs:
  • Inspect customer vehicles to safely and efficiently move automobiles to a designated parking location while following Company policies and procedures.
  • Operate company vehicle in accordance with motor vehicle regulations, auto insurance guidelines and company policies.
  • Interpret military transportation regulations, to ensure application of company policies and procedures for workers.
  • Maintain all required driving logs/hours/paperwork and truck equipment according to company policies and DOT regulations.
  • Maintain safe-driving record and attend company safety classes according to company policies.
  • Maintained vehicle upkeep and cleanliness according to company policies and procedures.
  • Maintained a delivery log by following company policies and procedures.
  • Performed Department of Transportation inspections in accordance with company policies.
  • Complied with hazardous material regulations as well as company policies/procedures.
  • Performed safety and housekeeping duties as pertained by Company policies.
  • Work responsibly according to established company policies for driving.
  • Maintained compliance with all regulatory requirements and company policies.
  • Maintained required paperwork according to company policies and regulations.
  • Answered customer inquiries regarding company policies and contracts.
  • Enforce company policies regulating passenger conduct.
  • Maintained vehicle within company policies.
  • Followed company policies and procedures.
  • Transported customers and vehicles to appropriate destinations in a consistently safe and courteous manner in line with company policies and procedures.
  • Operate company provided truck within company policies and procedures deliver and pick-up package within specified time frames and collect payments from C.O.D
  • Operated company provided truck safely, efficiently and in accordance with all applicable motor vehicle laws and company policies and procedures.

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45. Efficient Routes

low Demand
Here's how Efficient Routes is used in Driver jobs:
  • Planned efficient routes, and guaranteed timely delivery of varied products to distributors and warehouses for regional transporter of consumer merchandise.
  • Developed efficient routes to minimize delivery times and required resources; consistently stayed ahead of schedule and maximized productivity.
  • Completed on-time deliveries by choosing best and most efficient routes* Verified each delivery against shipping instructions before delivering packages
  • Demonstrated exceptional ability to exercise good judgment to determine most efficient routes.
  • Determine efficient routes while implementing safe driving procedures.
  • Determine efficient routes and drive safely
  • Planned and followed the most efficient routes for delivering goods, sorting items to be delivered according to the delivery plan.
  • Loaded and drove an armored van on the most efficient routes to scheduled destinations with a high level of precision.
  • Studied names of streets and planned the use of most efficient routes to reach destination in lesser amount of time.
  • Required use of personal vehicle, GPS, and mapping to create efficient routes to ensure fast and accurate deliveries.
  • Drive V. I. P. to various destinations upon request, using and developing knowledge of traffic conditions and efficient routes.
  • Drive V. I. P. to various destinations upon request, with knowledge of various cities and efficient routes.
  • Drive passengers to various destinations, with knowledge of various cities and using the most efficient routes.
  • Conducted efficient routes and collaborated with upper management to ensure high quality service with working crew.
  • Transport customers to various destinations upon request, with knowledge of various cities and efficient routes.
  • Drive with knowledge in order to navigate through various locations and use most efficient routes.
  • Completed on-time pick up and drop off by choosing the best and most efficient routes.
  • Well versed in using GPS and maps to chart out time and cost efficient routes.
  • Gathered, organized, and logged tickets for the most efficient routes for quick deliveries.
  • Worked a wide variety of hours, created efficient routes and managed tight schedules.

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46. Company Truck

low Demand
Here's how Company Truck is used in Driver jobs:
  • Loaded company truck and properly secured items to prevent damage during transportation.
  • Operated company trucks in accordance with company safely policies and procedures.
  • Drive company trucks and deliver packages to residential addresses and businesses
  • Perform daily safety inspections on assigned company truck.
  • Perform daily inspection/maintenance of company trucks.
  • Solo over-the-road company truck driver.
  • Delivered excellent customer service and developed long standing relationships with NAPA customers; Drove company truck and rental truck without incident.
  • Worked as a labor with asphalt on the roads, worked with machinery and drove company trucks to the job site.
  • Drive company truck and deliver newspaper to schools & out of town - Load/Unload bundles of newspaper from the back of truck
  • Stabilize and strap all merchandise properly in company truck; transport and deliver as well as set-up and make-ready the unit.
  • Drive company trucks making prompt, on schedule deliveries and pick-ups while notifying management of any delays in the delivery schedule.
  • Drive company truck to various retail stores in local area, such as Little Rock, NLR, Benton, etc.
  • Drive company truck in the transportation of various fine art and furniture to various destinations in NYC and surrounding areas.
  • Drive the company trucks such as the pick up truck and flatbed truck with the panels to different job site.
  • Drive company trucks and assist with the cultivation and care of the landscaping and grounds surrounding a business or building.
  • Load and unload company trucks with merchandise ranging from high end jewelry, to drinks magazines snacks, and sunglasses.
  • Warehouse Duties Unload and Load Company Truck, Pull Orders, Stock Inventory, Customer Services, Forklift, DOT.
  • Worked in the assembly line checking orders, delivered and picked up orders for the warehouse in company truck.
  • Drive standard and automatic company trucks and deliver packages and pick up packages in a timely and safe manner.
  • Drive a company truck to deliver a variety of cheese items to different addresses and through different routes.

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47. Customer Locations

low Demand
Here's how Customer Locations is used in Driver jobs:
  • Planned and managed deliveries at customer locations, ensuring accurate, on-time deliveries and coordinating with supervisors to rapidly resolve issues.
  • Delivered equipment and lighting fixtures to customer locations safely and efficiently, while providing excellent customer service.
  • Deliver and pick up valuables at customer locations while ensuring smooth customer transactions and customer satisfaction.
  • Retrieved money from vending machines and monitored inventory to order products for various customer locations.
  • Report any possible product problems at customer locations and provide outstanding customer service.
  • Pick up delivery delivered to residential, commercial customer locations when instructed.
  • Deliver pizza to Customer locations and provided quality customer service.
  • Unloaded vehicle and safely delivered products to customer locations.
  • Arrange product at customer locations safely and efficiently.
  • Navigate to customer locations, business and residential.
  • Sustain logs reflecting customer locations and distance traveled.
  • Transported products from distribution center to customer locations.
  • Delivered dairy products to multiple customer locations.
  • Shred confidential documents at customer locations.
  • Deliver and install equipment in customer locations
  • Delivered building materials to customer locations.
  • Deliver Pepsi products to customer locations
  • Deliver Packages to Customer Locations.
  • Unload at customer locations including above ground, below ground tanks, ships, trains and wet hosing vehicles and equipment.
  • Haul in pick up hazardous medical waste from customer locations with the use of a dolly or hand chart lifting 75lbs consistent

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48. Vehicle Supplies

low Demand
Here's how Vehicle Supplies is used in Driver jobs:
  • Inspect and maintain work equipment, Tow trucks and vehicle supplies to ensure they are in proper working order and maintained.
  • Inspect and maintain vehicle supplies and equipment, such as fuel, oil, water, lights and brakes.
  • Inspect and maintain vehicle supplies and equipment, to ensure that vehicles are in proper working condition.
  • Inspected and ensured vehicle supplies and equipment are in safe working order, including brakes.
  • Inspect and maintain vehicle supplies, making sure that they are in proper working condition.
  • Inspected and maintained vehicle supplies and equipment such as gas, oil, etc.
  • Deliver food products to customers, and inspect and maintain vehicle supplies and equipment.
  • Inspected and maintained vehicle supplies and equipment before and after storms.
  • Inspected and maintained vehicle supplies and equipment.
  • Maintained vehicle supplies and equipment.Performed proper loading and unloading of freight to assure safety and minimal rick of damage.
  • Inspected and ensured vehicle supplies and equipment are in safe working order, includinggas, oil, tires.
  • Obeyed traffic laws, and follow established traffic and transportation procedures Inspected and maintained vehicle supplies and equipment
  • Answered distress calls for accidental and abandoned vehicles Inspected and maintained vehicle supplies and equipment.
  • Maintain inventory and vehicle supplies ( candy, gas, water, etc).
  • Picked up donations from residences Inspected and maintained vehicle supplies and equipment
  • Load and unload trucks Verify the contents of inventory loads against shipping papers Inspect and maintain vehicle supplies and equipment
  • Delivered foods following routes given Load and unload trucks with forklift Inspected and maintained vehicle supplies and equipment

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49. Osha

low Demand
Here's how Osha is used in Driver jobs:
  • Maintain detailed accurate records including fuel management and familiar with internal warehouse procedure including receiving shipments, inventory and OSHA standards.
  • Monitor safety requirements according to OSHA standards.
  • Performed full range of maintenance and operator documents including; manuals, checklists, specifications, safety compliance including OSHA certification.
  • Managed daily log of dispatch, return to facility, and daily vehicle inspection following all OSHA and DOT laws.
  • Ensured that each team member and team adhered to company quality standards and OSHA guidelines to ensure maximum productivity.
  • Ensured 100% compliance with all OSHA, FAA, and DOT regulations as Officer of the Safety Committee.
  • Uphold FDA, DOT, OSHA, and MEDICARE compliance procedures on all paperwork by utilizing company training techniques.
  • Operated and maintained the roll-off vehicle and PPE, as per OSHA, DOT, and company procedures.
  • Comply with sanitation and anything else that is required of my job as far as OSHA is concerned.
  • Observed all OSHA regulations and safety rules and regulations at customer job sites, facilities at all times.
  • Operated company vehicle in accordance with OSHA, DOT, and local, state and federal law requirements.
  • Trained all associates on all warehouse duties such as OSHA regulations, safety procedures, and traffic control.
  • Complied with state & federal HAZ-MAT, OSHA & DOT regulations including driver Hours of Service rules.
  • Maintain log of medical waste picked up and secured waste on trailer in accordance with OSHA regulations.
  • Handled medical and hazardous waste to comply with designated HazMat regulations of the EPA and OSHA.
  • Complied with all OSHA requirements and adhered to the standards of the Louisiana Department of Transportation.
  • Reinforce and uphold DOT regulations, OSHA requirements, as well as company policies and procedures.
  • Obtained Class A CDL with tanker endorsement and OSHA certified forklift training with City of Charleston.
  • Assure safety of passengers, maneuver and secure wheel chairs, follow HIPPA and OSHA standards.
  • Deliver product and maintain accounts while insuring DOT, State, EPA, and OSHA compliance.

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50. Mechanical Problems

low Demand
Here's how Mechanical Problems is used in Driver jobs:
  • Maintain constant and consistent communication with company dispatchers and mechanics of any deficiencies or mechanical problems.
  • Tow damaged, abandoned and illegally parked vehicles; Assist customers with minor mechanical problems
  • Reported all mechanical problems encountered with vehicles and ensured required maintenance was performed.
  • Inspect vehicle for identification and report of mechanical problems requiring additional repair.
  • Reported any mechanical problems encountered with our vehicles and related equipment.
  • Turned in receipts and Reported any mechanical problems encountered with vehicle.
  • Communicated vehicle mechanical problems to mechanic and supervisor immediately.
  • Reported any mechanical problems encountered with the equipment.
  • Maintained Vehicle paperwork and repaired minor mechanical problems.
  • Report vehicle mechanical problems to Transportation Manager promptly.
  • Reported all mechanical problems to maintenance department.
  • Reported mechanical problems encountered with vehicles.
  • Inspected and kept truck and associated equipment clean and in good working order along with reporting mechanical problems to appropriate personnel.
  • Report mechanical problems, damage to the bus or seat repairs on the appropriate form(s) for the shop.
  • Maintain safe and efficient operation and general condition of the truck; report any mechanical problems with truck(s).
  • Conduct daily inspections of equipment to ensure proper operating condition and reduce downtime and repair expenses due to mechanical problems.
  • Inspect vehicle before and after trips, logging and reporting mechanical problems, Detecting and eliminating safety hazards during travel.
  • Diagnosed mechanical problems and corrected them, checked blueprints, repair manuals, or parts catalogs, as necessary.
  • Report all truck mechanical problems to the Manager, Training & Standards and Service Center per company policy.
  • Operate commercial vehicle, run trash route daily, record mechanical problems daily, and attend safety meetings

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20 Most Common Skill for a Driver

Delivery Instructions21.5%
Vehicle Maintenance15.7%
Safety Procedures13.6%
Customer Service13.3%
Pre-Trip Inspections4.4%
CDL3.6%
Tire Pressure3.1%
Job Site3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Driver

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Delivery Instructions
Delivery Instructions
17.6%
17.6%
2
2
Vehicle Maintenance
Vehicle Maintenance
12.8%
12.8%
3
3
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
11.1%
11.1%
4
4
Customer Service
Customer Service
10.9%
10.9%
5
5
Pre-Trip Inspections
Pre-Trip Inspections
3.6%
3.6%
6
6
CDL
CDL
3%
3%
7
7
Tire Pressure
Tire Pressure
2.6%
2.6%
8
8
Job Site
Job Site
2.5%
2.5%
9
9
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
2.2%
2.2%
10
10
Dump Truck
Dump Truck
2%
2%
11
11
OTR
OTR
1.9%
1.9%
12
12
Safe Driving
Safe Driving
1.8%
1.8%
13
13
Log Book
Log Book
1.7%
1.7%
14
14
Traffic Laws
Traffic Laws
1.3%
1.3%
15
15
Unload Trucks
Unload Trucks
1.3%
1.3%
16
16
Pallet Jack
Pallet Jack
1.2%
1.2%
17
17
State Regulations
State Regulations
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Company Vehicle
Company Vehicle
1.2%
1.2%
19
19
Auto Parts
Auto Parts
1%
1%
20
20
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
1%
1%
21
21
GPS
GPS
1%
1%
22
22
Medical Appointments
Medical Appointments
1%
1%
23
23
Hazmat
Hazmat
1%
1%
24
24
Drive Trucks
Drive Trucks
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Straight Truck
Straight Truck
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Different Locations
Different Locations
0.7%
0.7%
27
27
Emergency Equipment
Emergency Equipment
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Appropriate Safety Procedures
Appropriate Safety Procedures
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
Customer Orders
Customer Orders
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Weather Conditions
Weather Conditions
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Timely Fashion
Timely Fashion
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Vehicle Service
Vehicle Service
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Vehicle Inspections
Vehicle Inspections
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Uber
Uber
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Repair Status
Repair Status
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
DOT
DOT
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Applicable State
Applicable State
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Timely Delivery
Timely Delivery
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Transport Passengers
Transport Passengers
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Construction Sites
Construction Sites
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Safe Operation
Safe Operation
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Fedex
Fedex
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Company Policies
Company Policies
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Efficient Routes
Efficient Routes
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Company Truck
Company Truck
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Customer Locations
Customer Locations
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Osha
Osha
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Mechanical Problems
Mechanical Problems
0.4%
0.4%

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