Top Over The Road Driver Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Over The Road Driver. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Over The Road Driver resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.3% of Over The Road Driver resumes contained Delivery Instructions as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Over The Road Driver actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Over The Road 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 Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Maneuvered trucks into loading or unloading positions Collected and verified delivery instructions, reported defects, accidents or violations.
  • Received delivery instructions from appropriate sources to verify routes.
  • Maintained radio contact with dispatchers for further delivery instructions.
  • Maintained contact with supervisor regarding delivery instructions.
  • Collected and verified delivery instructions.
  • Verified routes for delivery instructions collected from the Qualcomm.
  • Selected the most efficient routes in compliance with delivery instructions and fuel policy and completed a daily pre-trip inspection checklist before.
  • collect delivery instructions from appropriate sources, verifying status, fo||owingapp|icab|estateandfederalregu|ations' References will be given upon request

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2. OTR Driver

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Here's how OTR Driver is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Dedicated hauling/ delivery fleet * General OTR Driver
  • Dedicated OTR driver (auto parts GM) from Michigan to Texas, and return.
  • Delivered freight from Illinois to east coast and Midwest destinations as a regional OTR driver
  • Recruited by Schneider National as an OTR driver in their Van division.
  • Contract OTR Driver for PDI, primarily transporting food via reefer trailer.
  • Trained new hires in OTR operations as a professional OTR driver.
  • Complied with all operational guidelines and procedures per OTR Driver manual.
  • Started as local driver and later became and OTR driver.
  • Refined self-motivational aspects of working as an OTR driver.
  • Started as OTR driver (dry van/Refrigerated).
  • Load Coordinator, Log Department, OTR driver
  • Employed as a CRST dedicated OTR driver.
  • See previous OTR Driver description, above.
  • Contract Freighters Inc, Texas OTR driver
  • Work as a OTR driver hauling produce
  • Company OTR Driver Position Description - Transport and deliver freight throughout the Continental United States.
  • Flatbed division, loading and tarping of load /All other duties of a OTR Driver
  • MAR 2014 OTR driver in reefer trailer driving Mid-Western region of the USA
  • Dry van, training students, getting loads delivered on timeotr driver
  • Flatbed OTR driver, hauled lumber, steel coils, I beams, flat steel, bar

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3. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting refrigerated goods and ensuring that my equipment maintained required load temperature.
  • Followed safety procedures for transporting hazardous goods in accordance with Texas Department of Transportation.
  • Enforced safety procedures, including railroad safety practices and daily vehicle inspections.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting goods and merchandise.
  • Follow Safety Procedures for Safe Transport of Dangerous/Hazardous Goods/Materials.
  • Managed all safety procedures, policies and functions within the organization are followed to include all logistical and operations support.
  • Demonstrated equipment operations, work and safety procedures to new employees, and trained unskilled employees on production machinery.
  • Secured all loads before transfer, checked for any obstacles and, followed all safety procedures.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures -Transporting dangerous goods -Maintained safety checks of vehicles -Kept Trip Report & logs
  • Observe all safety procedures to assure that the loads were delivered without damage.
  • Complete daily all DOT log books and safety procedures to company.
  • Adhered to all safety procedures and regulation.
  • Provided financial management, oversaw safety procedures, performed pre-trip inspections and ensured proper communications between operations and customers.
  • Deliver Freight across the United States.Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods.
  • Dot regulations ,follow all safety procedures
  • Followed safety procedures for transporting hazardous goods performed pre-trip, in-route and post-trip inspection of vehicle.
  • Transported cargo throughout USA and Canada Followed all safety procedures required by DOT

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4. Vehicle Service

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Here's how Vehicle Service is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Maintain vehicle service, fueling and delivery records updated on respective inventories
  • Maintain logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Maintained logs of working hours and vehicle service and repair status.
  • Maintained logs of working hours, pre-trip inspection walk-around, vehicle service and repair per Department of Transportation regulations.
  • Maintained logs of working hours/vehicle service/repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Documented vehicle service or repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations.

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5. Pre-Trip Inspections

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Here's how Pre-Trip Inspections is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Performed Pre-Trip inspections to ensure vehicle safety.
  • Performed daily Pre-Trip inspections & planning to insure proper preventative maintenance to insure cost effective long haul trips.
  • Do Pre-Trip inspections, unload trucks and do Post-Trip inspections.
  • Performed and recorded pre-trip inspections.
  • Have working knowledge of all regulated mechanical up keep on equipment and applying this with each and every pre-trip inspections.
  • Perform and recorded daily pre-trip inspections using company check list and submitted detail reports after trips and deliveries.
  • Performed pre-trip inspections; inspected materials to ensure accuracy and proper labeling of load prior to trip.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections and correct basic issues: Add tire air, check oil, etc.
  • Job duties included doing pre-trip inspections, verifying loads, picking up and dropping off merchandise.
  • Perform daily DOT pre-trip inspections/post trip inspections, to ensure vehicle safety.
  • Achieved Top Gun award for 100% accuracy for Pre-Trip Inspections.
  • Performed pre-trip inspections before and after each duty performed.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections of tractor trailer combo vehicle.
  • Conducted daily pre-trip inspections on vehicle and maintained a daily drivers log.
  • dry van Duties Pre-trip inspections.
  • Followed Department of Transportation regulations Conducted pre-trip inspections and post-trip inspections Maintained copies of bill of lading and other delivery information
  • Transported commodities from state to state Operated semi-tractors and semi-trailers Performed pre-trip inspections/Legal Electronic Logs
  • DOT Pre-Trip Inspections Daily Mileage Log Air Brake Certification Clean MVR
  • Perform pre-trip inspections Safely transporting cargo to customers Loading and unloading shipments Documenting hours of service
  • Drive truck Routing Make sure shipping documents are in order Pre-trip inspections

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6. Log Book

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Here's how Log Book is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Conducted final inspections at delivery destinations *Maintained log books and company paperwork *Followed all federal and state transportation regulations
  • Completed and maintained daily log books, shipping and receiving manifests, state permits, scale documents and all required receipts.
  • Maintained all documents that range from log books to bills of lading, and other papers of information essential to business.
  • Assumed all accountability for team member including accuracy of log books, invoices, proper liability for gas expenses, etc.
  • Tracked and maintained accurate log books including duty status, state miles, fuel amounts, repairs and vehicle maintenance.
  • Inspected tires, fuel/hydraulic/electrical systems, drive train, exhaust system, and documented detailed inventory and log books daily.
  • Flatbed, responsible for daily log book maintenance; on time delivery, fork lift operation, dock loading, unloading
  • Deliver freight of all kinds on-time and safely within DOT regulations - Keep accurate log books - Complete all bills accurately
  • Record log book, time sensitive cargo, navigation, Hauled Hazardous material.also had doubles, triples and tanker endorsements.
  • Provide great customer service, work with vendors regarding scheduling and also maintain log book and safety driving rules.
  • Job task included being at a destination on time for pick-up and deliver, Also filling in log books.
  • Make sure all loads comply with DOT safety rules and all log books are correct and sent into company.
  • Worked in every kind of equipment such as Dry Vans (Flat Beds), Maintained log books.
  • Maintained trucks in proper mechanical working order as well as organized and kept accurate records in log books.
  • Maintain an accurate log book of driving hours according to Department of Transportation Regulations for Commercial Truck Drivers.
  • Maintained accurate log books, tracking of bills of lading & adhered to state / federal regulations.
  • Managed money, gas and electric log book to profit * Instructed student drivers in Phase II training
  • Managed accurate logs in a Driver Log Book, handled BOL's and performed routine preventative maintenance.
  • Maintained daily log books, daily equipment inspections, in-route inspection of the livestock being transported.
  • Maintained log books and seals for each run, and reported them to the office weekly.

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7. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Provided customer service in continental United States by delivering refrigerated foods and beverages, showing persistence and dedication to my position.
  • Provide Customer Service Follow assigned directions for customer deliveries Drive company vehicle over long distances safely
  • Provided excellent customer service by following dispatch instructions and utilizing planning skills.
  • Delivered and unloaded company products to vendors; provided excellent customer service
  • Maintain customer service with all manufactures and corporate representatives.
  • Managed inventory and provided prompt and professional customer service.
  • Provide Exceptional Customer Service With The Highest Commitment To Safety
  • Provided quality customer service in shipping and receiving.
  • Performed customer service duties to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Provide excellent customer service during delivery operation.
  • Provided excellent customer service during transactions.
  • Demonstrated high level of customer service
  • Performed in a physical and very fast paced environment at customer stops, retail and sales opportunities fulfilled, customer service.
  • Make all pick ups and deliveries on time; utilize effective communication and interpersonal skills to extend quality customer service.
  • Maintain customer service with shipper and consignee -Maintain a daily log (11hr and 14hr rule) -Loading and unloading trucks
  • Coordinate with customers, businesses, and other agencies ensuring customer service, time efficiency, and tractor/trailer maintenance.
  • Maintained equipment safely and effectively: Excellent customer service skills: Able to communicate intent, both verbally and written
  • Job entailed long hrs., strong customer service skills, and thinking on your feet and adapting when needed.
  • Assisted in uploading products at each stop and provided direct customer service to resolve issues at all levels.
  • Provided prompt and immediate customer service, problem solving and, as needed, immediate liaison with supervisors.

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8. Tractor-Trailer Combinations

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Here's how Tractor-Trailer Combinations is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Operate various tractor-trailer combinations safely for extended periods of time and over long distances between company/customer facilities.
  • Conduct daily safety inspections of tractor-trailer combinations.
  • Pick up and deliver trailers between Service Centers (hub locations) and/or turn-point (meet) locations via tractor-trailer combinations.
  • Performed as a driver of commercial OTR tractor-trailer combinations, transporting freight throughout the 48 states and Canada.
  • Operate various tractor-trailer combinations between company terminals and customer facilities or work sites within the terminal's geographic service area.
  • Operated gasoline and diesel-powered, tractor-trailer combinations to deliver products and materials in liquid and packaged form.

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9. CDL

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Here's how CDL is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Leased driver responsible for contract over-the-road and local licensed CDL-Class A pick-up and delivery
  • Meet all federal and state requirements for certification and CDL licensing for class A vehicle with air brakes.
  • Transport and Storage - MaterialsI drove a tractor trailer combo and delivered goods to the lower 48 states.CDL
  • Completed Truck driving school and received my CDL certification, drove refer across the United States.
  • Obtained a CDL and drove trucks over the road to various locations in the United States.
  • Obtained my CDL and learning how to drive all 48states with dry loads to deliver
  • Adhered to all CDOT and DOT regulations for a CDL licensed driver Accomplishments.
  • Obtained my CDL through J. Bauer Drove independently to the east and west coasts
  • Received most of my experience as a CDL driver at Carolina Cargo.
  • Train students for CDL driving license to become OTR or Local drivers.
  • Trained CDL driver responsible for OTR pick up and delivery of goods.
  • Acquired CDL and spent two months driving team with a driver mentor.
  • Attended classes to receive a CDL class A driver's license.
  • Instruct and train aspiring/new CDL holders to safely operate a CMV.
  • Trained for and received CDL, delivered refrigerated products around the country
  • Worked briefly as a truck driver while earning a CDL.
  • Passed and maintained drivers' physical for CDL License.
  • Maintained current Class A CDL and Medical Certification Card.
  • Operate CDL A truck making deliveries and pickups.
  • Job required current CDL license and health certificate.

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10. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Provided instruction on vehicle operations, Federal and State regulations, customer service and company policies, procedures and guidelines.
  • Drive trucks to weigh stations before and after loading and along routes in compliance with state regulations
  • Followed Federal and State Regulations weighted loads and planned the safest route for the trip.
  • Maintain logs of travel and cargo in compliance with federal and state regulations.
  • Complied with weight station and state regulations.
  • Drive trucks to weigh stations before and after loading and along routes to document weights and to comply wth state regulations.
  • Operate vehicle in compliance with company rules and state regulations Perform daily Inspection and minor repairs of tractor-trailers.
  • Provided deliveries in a timely manner Followed all federal and state regulations Provided assistance with loading and unloading when necessary

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11. Reefer

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Here's how Reefer is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Structured and maintained temperature required for products in reefer trailer
  • Monitored and operated reefer units for proper operations.
  • Utilized Reefer Unit to deliver refrigerated goods.
  • Operated reefer unit for temperature sensitive goods.
  • Drive company truck, pick up/ deliver loads by keeping temperature on reefer according to the shippers specifications on the product.
  • Pulled reefer trailers, delivering temperature sensitive freight to customer facilities to include stores, grocery warehouses, and distribution center.
  • Transferred to the Reefer(Shaffer) portion of the company from the Dry Van(Crete) portion.
  • Operate 18-wheel reefer and dry van tractor/trailers for carrying a variety of goods throughout the United States and Canada.
  • Perform basic maintenance of tractor reefer trailer, fixing minor issues and defects to ensure safety and efficiency.
  • Delivered reefer loads * Responsible for daily logs * Delivered automotive parts to Ford plants across the Eastern US
  • Maintained and monitored temps in a three zone reefer trailer and worked with Walmart dock associates during unloading.
  • Reason for leaving: Was transferred to SRT by Covenant, after SRT bought out Covenants reefer division.
  • Flatbed and reefer carrier, it depended on what needed moved when I was in the terminal.
  • Traveled 48 states, over 1,000,000 miles with reefer, including dispatch communications and deadlines met daily.
  • Operated tractor-trailers (dry vans and reefers) to deliver goods for customers throughout the U.S.
  • Job Responsibilities: OTR trucks hauling various freight, Reefer, and dry across country.
  • Ship goods via Reefer or Dry box to different locations across the country.
  • Traveled southeastern states while maintaining reefer unit and delivered drop and hook loads.
  • Pulled a reefer trailer all over U.S. & a van trailer sometimes.
  • Delivered products to Midwest and East Coast regions using van and reefer units

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12. Qualcomm

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Here's how Qualcomm is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Maintained communication through QualComm Technology.
  • Execute daily operations of delivering goods in allowed time slots, following maps and directions through the use of QUALCOMM.
  • Navigated directions by reading maps, verbal or written instruction, and satellite communications system (QUALCOMM).
  • Work with fleet manager daily to get loads and update as needed through QUALCOMM and phone.
  • Trained and supervised Phase Two students on daily operations and use of QUALCOMM.
  • Utilized the QUALCOMM to communicate with dispatch for loads and safety updates.
  • Handle shipping bills and communication through QualComm systems.
  • Trip routing, freight protections And QUALCOMM experience.
  • Received information over the QUALCOMM.
  • Insert data entries via QualComm.
  • Transported tanker units as well as refrigerated units Planned routes/ fuel stops Used Qualcomm Transported hazardous and non-hazardous products
  • Operated qualcomm communication device and properly completed paperwork prior to and after delivering each load.
  • Used and maintained information daily with the Qualcomm communication computer.
  • Operated Qualcomm communications systems maintaining accurate computer generated logs.
  • Maintained telephone and Qualcomm contact with supervisor.
  • Communicated with company daily via qualcomm system.
  • Used Qualcomm to communicate w/dispatch primarily.
  • Deliver in a timely manner, use QUALCOMM log system to report hours, mileage, and communicate with driver manager.
  • Use QualComm to send and receive messages to and from dispatch and get load assignments Perform pre and post trip inspections.
  • Co-existed with trainer as team driver to make on time deliveries and pick-ups as dispatched via truck qualcomm communication unit.

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13. Road Truck Driver

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Here's how Road Truck Driver is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Directed company-employed over-the-road truck drivers and drawing on outside trucks, trailers, and transportation services as needed.
  • Operated a tractor-trailer throughout the United States as an over the road truck driver.
  • Contacted and assessed Over-the-Road Truck Drivers for open positions.
  • SALT LAKE CITY, UT Working trainer over the road truck driver.
  • Flatbed over the road truck driver hauling steel, lumber, and other varies products from shippers to receivers
  • Job Position and Duties: Over the road truck driver.

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14. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Conducted training for the Northwest region as a Coach specializing in HAZMAT, Dock Transport as well as Yard Truck Instructor.
  • Picked up, transported and delivered various freight (mostly HazMat) across the 48 states.
  • Coordinate various site functions (Security, Safety, HazMat, Quality, etc.)
  • Transported domestic freight from customer to customer, and employed industry standard HAZMAT procedures.
  • Action resources is a HAZMAT company that had drivers locally and over the road.
  • Maintain CDL Class B with HAZMAT endorsement and current medical examiner's certificate.
  • Experience transporting all manner of HAZMAT materials following all safety guidelines and rules.
  • Ensured all DOT regulations were sticky followed, especially for HAZMAT loads.
  • Ensured HAZMAT cargo was properly packaged, and labeled.
  • Transported HAZMAT loads in a secure and safe manner.
  • Attained my certifications for HazMat and Tanker.
  • Obtained CDL with endorsements of HazMat.
  • Complied to HAZMAT regulations and procedures.
  • Transport HAZMAT materials to different waste facilities.Responsible for manifest of hazardous chemicals before transporting.
  • Checked all load-related documentation to ensure accuracy and completeness.- Dry van operator/Hazmat
  • Delivered various refrigerated goods and hazmat materials.
  • Transported chemicals HAZMAT* Various safety awards
  • Background check, Federal CDL hazmat certified (finger-printed up to date), airport security procedures observed at all times.
  • Job Description: Transported no touch preloaded freight and HAZMAT throughout the US; averaged 2,000 to 3,000 miles per week.
  • Served as reliable over-the-road driver; held Class A license driver as well as Hazmat, TSA and TWIC clearances.

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15. Safe Driving

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Here's how Safe Driving is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Maintained truck and met on time delivery requirements* Maintained safe driving record
  • Route Planning Customer Interaction Safe Driving
  • Key Achievements Safe Driving award years 1 through 7 5 Year Exemplary Employee Award References and Supporting Documentation Furnished upon Request
  • Inspected all equipment to insure DOT compliance; Maintained daily logs; Received Safe Driving Award in 1997.
  • Route planning, demonstration of safe driving skills for long distance of driving and staying safe.
  • Maintained on time delivery in a fast paced work environment and maintained a safe driving record.
  • Received numerous safe driving awards such as safe winter driving, defensive driving, etc.
  • Maintain federal log sheet and trip sheet, while upholding a safe driving record.
  • Trained and experienced in all fazes, with a clean and safe driving record.
  • Trained new students on safe driving practices and accurate practices of credentials tracking.
  • Include safe driving in any and every load that was dispatched to me.
  • Maintained a safe driving record while being dependable with on time deliveries.
  • Preformed safe driving practices, and reported any and all accidents promptly.
  • Completed several safe driving courses at Prime Inc. such as Smith Systems.
  • Recognized for outstanding performance, earning company's Safe Driving Award.
  • Maintained safe driving record and good public image for company.
  • Recognized for maintaining a safe driving record and detailed reports.
  • Earned certificates and awards for Safe Driving for 3 years.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of reading maps and safe driving practices.
  • Followed all DOT regulations and preformed safe driving techniques.

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16. Semi

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Here's how Semi is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Delivered furniture to residence of American Furniture Warehouse customers' nationwide in tractor trailer semi.
  • Delivered refrigerated products between multiple states while operating a semi tractor trailer.
  • Conducted semi-annual operational checks of companies, assisted in corrective actions.
  • Transported non-hazardous product in a safe and timely manner via semi-trailer
  • Operated a semi-trailer to transport heavy equipment and machinery.
  • Operated semi-truck and trailer cross-country.
  • Operated team driven semi-truck with trailer
  • Operated a semi-trailer to transport finished goods, parts and materials, for extended periods of time, over long distances.
  • Operated a semi truck with a 53 foot trailer, making on time scheduled pick-ups & deliveries from coast to coast.
  • Operate automated or semi-automated hoisting devices that raise refuse bins and dump contents into openings of compact trucks and rear loaders.
  • Performed driving of tractor trailer combination to transport frozen foods, perishable foods, and produce by 53'ft refrigerated semi-trailer.
  • Operated a semi tractor trailer combination, picking up and delivering various flatbed freight, in the 11 western states.
  • Raised and lowers landing gear on semi-trailers and/or the front support on converter dollies when the dollies are so equipped.
  • Performed daily safety inspections of equipment, made minor repairs to both the semi tractor and trailer when requested.
  • Hook and unhook trailers from the tractor, cranking lever to raise and lower landing gear on semi trailers.
  • Transport and deliver a variety of merchandise for various customers using a semi-tractor and 53 foot dry van trailer.
  • Company provided Semi truck/trailer training leading up to my obtaining my CDL-A so I could work the tomato harvest.
  • Completed one month and three weeks of Over-the-Road truck driving in a semi-truck with a trailer delivering freight.
  • Operate a Semi Tractor Truck and 53 Foot Refrigerated Trailer on Highways, Interstates and Inner city roadways.
  • Demonstrated skill and safety in maneuvering the semi-tractor trailer around sharp corners and through narrow streets and roadways.

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17. Traffic Laws

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Here's how Traffic Laws is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Followed company procedures, safety regulations, and traffic laws to maintain compliance with DOT regulations.
  • Monitored road conditions and watched for traffic congestion, Followed all applicable traffic laws.
  • Obeyed all local and state traffic laws, weight and height load regulations.
  • Obeyed traffic laws, report delays, accidents or other traffic situations.
  • Follow all traffic laws including local, state & federal DOT regulations.
  • Followed all safety laws and DOT compliance and traffic laws.
  • Followed all regulations and traffic laws for multiple states.
  • Reported to dispatcher and followed all applicable traffic laws.
  • Obeyed all traffic laws Picked up and dropped off loads Ensured loads are locked and secure Conducted daily inspections on truck

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18. Weather Conditions

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Here's how Weather Conditions is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Worked outside and inside occasionally exposed to bad weather conditions while loading and unloading furniture.
  • Experienced in adverse weather conditions, tight time restraints and varying traffic condition in a safe and timely manner.
  • Deliver, pick up, live load/unload, relay loads in all weather conditions safely and on time.
  • Pick up and Deliver signed goods punctually on a regular basis irrespective of road and weather conditions.
  • Skilled at delivering all kinds of freight in all weather conditions including snow and ice storms safely.
  • Plowed snow for the state Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) during hazardous weather conditions.
  • Drive in any weather conditions; driving vehicles over all types of roads and terrain.
  • Have driven over 100,000 miles with no moving violations in many adverse weather conditions.
  • Transported freight nationwide in a safe and timely manner in all weather conditions.
  • Drive 48 states, dry van equipment, in all weather conditions.
  • Maintained a daily log book, chain tires do to weather conditions.
  • Plan routes factoring in mandated stops, weather conditions and fueling locations.
  • Worked safely and efficiently in all types of terrain and weather conditions.
  • Experienced driving in all weather conditions, terrains, city driving.
  • Work under the pressure of extensive hours and adverse weather conditions.
  • Perform duties in various and sometimes extreme outdoor weather conditions as needed
  • Insure load is secure and dry in all weather conditions.
  • Operate heavy equipment in extreme weather conditions on and off-road.
  • Maintained safe control in all weather conditions and terrains.
  • Experienced in all types of traffic and weather conditions.

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19. Applicable State

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Here's how Applicable State is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Maintained logs of hours, services, repairs following applicable state and federal laws.
  • Maintain logs of hours worked and driven following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Make sure load is secured Operate vehicle in compliance with company rules and all applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Meet delivery expectations Inspect loads and secure cargo Maintain logs, following applicable state and federal regulations
  • Maintained daily Driver logs following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Maintained driving logs while following applicable state and federal regulations.

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20. Emergency Equipment

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Here's how Emergency Equipment is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Check vehicle and trailer to ensure that mechanically safe, and emergency equipment is in working order and proper place.
  • Perform daily vehicle maintenance checks to ensure mechanical safety, and emergency equipment meet performance standards.
  • Followed DOT regulations along with company policy and maintained safety/emergency equipment.
  • Checked vehicle to ensure mechanical and emergency equipment safety.
  • Performed routine maintenance and repair to ensure that mechanical, safety and emergency equipment was in working order.
  • Check vehicles to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is in good working order.

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21. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Hooked and unhooked trailers, Transported hazardous materials from customer sites to authorized containment facilities.
  • Freight included General Merchandise, Refrigerated or frozen goods and Hazardous Materials.
  • Follow federal guidelines while handling and transporting hazardous materials.
  • Loaded/unloaded household dry goods including hazardous materials.
  • Position requires specialized training in forklift truck operation, delivery truck lift-gate operation, hazardous materials handling, and job safety.
  • Checked paperwork and trailer to determine if hazardous materials are present and if placards are required and to apply if needed.
  • Experience with long haul deliveries including, but not limited to, food, metal supplies and hazardous materials and chemicals.
  • Maintained current Class A CDL with Hazardous Materials endorsement along with daily, legible DOT log books and corresponding documents.
  • Certified in all areas from Department of Defense, Hazardous Materials, Artwork and Pharmaceuticals - primarily high security freight.
  • Deliver refrigerated products and Hazardous Materials from customer to customer, across country, in a safe and expedient manner.
  • Performed daily vehicle maintenance, loading and unloading trailers, transported Hazardous Materials, maintained daily driver's log.
  • Perform routine maintenance; Accident prevention; Safety check procedures; Basic vehicle maintenance and Transporting hazardous materials.
  • Experienced truck driver with over 10 years experience in delivering fragile and hazardous materials throughout the United States.
  • Transport hazardous materials in lower 48 plus Canada and Mexico, Comply with all federal d.o.t.
  • Maintained a 99% on-time pick-up and delivery general freight to include hazardous materials.
  • Maintained a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) and Hazardous Materials Certification.
  • Transported refrigerated, hazardous and non hazardous materials locally and over the road.
  • Haul Hazardous and Non Hazardous Materials in the lower 48 states.
  • Transported hazardous materials at times safely and in timely manner.
  • Transported dry, frozen and perishable commodities, hazardous materials.

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22. Repair Status

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Here's how Repair Status is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Maintain logs for hours, service and repair status.
  • Maintained repair status of assigned trucks.
  • Maintained logs of working hours and service or repair status of vehicles.
  • Followed state & federal regulations in maintenance of logging working hours, service and repair statuses.
  • Maintain vehicle repair status and working hours.

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23. Driver Log

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Here's how Driver Log is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Maintained precise driver logs for both federal and company reporting requirements.
  • Maintain driver logs manually and electronically.
  • Maintained complete and detailed driver logs
  • Maintained records such as driver logs, records of cargo and billing statements in accordance with state and federal regulations.
  • Maintained driver log for approximately 30,000 miles, lifted, loaded and transported household goods across state lines to customers.
  • Completed daily driver logs and complied with the FMCSR's hours of service regulations and completed all required paperwork
  • Worked with a QualComm System to receive loads and communicate with driver manager and manage driver logs.
  • Maintain trip record, driver log, fuel purchase records, and mileage records.
  • Maintain driver log of miles, hours, and costs that incurred during trip.
  • Keep and maintain driver logs and other necessary paperwork pertaining to the load.
  • Maintain fuel log, driver log, weekly trip & maintenance log
  • Keep driver logs, use of trip computers, dock computer.
  • Maintain and properly organize driver logs and shipping and receiving paperwork.
  • Maintained driver log according to ICC, State and Federal regulations.
  • Prepare driver logs and waybills per DOT and company policy.
  • Maintained driver logs and good communication with all dispatchers.
  • Maintained driver log according to ICC regulations.
  • Maintained driver logs and all necessary paperwork.
  • Processed driver logs for DOT standards.
  • Keep track of driver log.

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24. DOT

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Here's how DOT is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Deliver assigned load safely and efficiently Display excellent customer service skills Comply with DOT regulations Maintain logs
  • Inspected and operated combination tractor and trailer in accordance with dot regulations.
  • Executed company and DOT regulations and safety precautions during route delivery.
  • Operate combination commercial vehicle in accordance with DOT regulations.
  • Maintained paper Driver Logs according to DOT Regulations
  • Followed FDOT safety sensitive job regulations.
  • Reinforced and upheld DOT regulations accordingly.
  • Maintained, fueled and inspected equipment, completed driver logs and company paperwork, operated within Federal DOT and company guidelines.
  • Transported a wide variety of cargo nationwide across the continental United States ensuring all DOT regulations and guidelines were followed.
  • Followed all mandatory DOT regulations to assure safe and punctual pickup and delivery of freight to and from the customer/consignee.
  • Deliver freight to customer safely and on time in accordance to the rules and regulations of the company and DOT.
  • Trained students on the various aspects of driving, maintaining logs, safety requirements, DOT regulations and company policies.
  • Selected and verified route would allow safe, on-time delivery while maintaining all DOT Regulations including allowable drive time.
  • Know, understand and comply with all DOT rules and regulations as well as all company policies and procedures.
  • Adhered to all Federal rules and regulations, DOT inspections and kept a daily logbook of all activities.
  • Followed all DOT regulations by doing a daily log book and safety inspections of truck trailer and load.
  • Secure and Deliver loads to various locations across the U.S. in safe and timely manor to DOT specs.
  • Worked with a co-driver to plan tight pickup and delivery appointments following the DOT Rules of The Road.
  • Performed all required functions of the position, ensuring compliance with all state and regulatory DOT requirements.
  • Transported new CDL and DOT class vehicles and delivered them to clients throughout the continental United States.

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25. GPS

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Here's how GPS is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Utilized maps and GPS system to accurately make chart routes and navigate the country efficiently.
  • Track record of working out long routes using GPS and traffic information system.
  • Navigate to various location utilizing maps, company supplied directions and GPS device.
  • Utilize in-cab Rand McNally commercial grade GPS and mapping out routes.
  • Learned how to work the GPS to find areas that I've never gone to.
  • Used map and GPS to navigate the best route.
  • Map out route with the least amount of traffic and mileage using Trimble GPS system.
  • Have used multiple types of GPS systems and in use of standard maps.
  • Maintained mileage records for fuel reports.Planned cost-effective routes using GPS and an atlas
  • Have experience with electronics logging and GPS in the Qualcom system.
  • Recorded and maintained safety of truck and trailer, pre and post trips, mileage logs, GPS navigations.
  • Utilzed maps and gps units to locate various locations to deliver frieght.
  • Use atlas and maps.. use people net equipped in truck.. use personal GPS.

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26. Safe Operation

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Here's how Safe Operation is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Ensured safe operation of vehicle and security/integrity of cargo.
  • Received Quarterly Safety bonus for safe operations.
  • Comply with all federal, state, local regulations for the secure and safe operations of the commercial motor vehicle.
  • Truck drivers are also responsible for inspecting all their vehicles for mechanical items or issues relating to safe operation.
  • DOT rules of the safe operation of the vehicle, including maximum driving hours and minimum rest times.
  • Maintain a safe operational vehicle under DOT (Department of Transportation) and federal laws.
  • Conducted safe operation and maintained company vehicle while traveling throughout the United States and Canada.
  • Trained new drivers coming into the industry on the safe operation of 18 wheeled vehicles.
  • Maintained semi truck and bulk tank trailer in clean and orderly condition for safe operation.
  • Maintained all records for safe operation of equipment I operated and by federal regulations.
  • Ensured the safe operation of equipment in a variety of conditions and situations.
  • Conducted daily inspection of equipment to maintain safe operation on the road.
  • Maintained safe operation of commercial vehicle with on time and undamaged deliveries.
  • Learn safe operation of commercial motor vehicle.
  • Inspected equipment daily for safe operation.
  • Maintain safe operation, clean appearance and courteous customer service Complete logs and other paperwork related to deliveries
  • Perform pre-trip inspection of vehicle and cargo daily to ensure safe operation.
  • Serviced truck with the necessary fluids to ensure safe operation of tractor-trailer.
  • Perform pre-trip and post-trip procedures to insure proper and safe operation.
  • Preformed pre- and post-trips on equipment for safe operation.

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27. Vehicle Inspections

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Here's how Vehicle Inspections is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Performed vehicle inspections and routine maintenance.
  • Maintain a record of vehicle inspections, confirm truck is equipped with safety equipment, such as hazardous and material placards.
  • Maintained a logbook of driving activities to ensure compliance with federal regulations and kept a record of vehicle inspections.
  • Conduct vehicle inspections prior to departure to ensure safety, taking required actions in order to meet prescribed standards.
  • Maintain daily logs, dispatch & trip reports, vehicle inspections as well as other company specific documents.
  • Experienced in semi driving, logging, managing bills of lading, light maintenance, vehicle inspections.
  • Perform daily before, during and after vehicle inspections concluded with immediate reports to central dispatch.
  • Performed daily vehicle inspections in accordance with DOT regulations and maintained a driver's log.
  • Follow all DOT rules and regulations regarding vehicle inspections and available drive time hours.
  • Performed vehicle inspections and preventative maintenance before, during, and after trips.
  • Performed daily vehicle inspections to note any defects or malfunctions with truck.
  • Maintain vehicle inspections and repair records and arrange for repair as needed.
  • Computerized Logs, Loading and Unloading, Time Management, Vehicle Inspections.
  • Planned trips accordingly and performed frequent vehicle inspections to assure meeting deadlines.
  • Maintain driving records and perform vehicle inspections in accordance with DOT regulations.
  • Issue daily vehicle inspections and record all information on appropriated forms.
  • Maintained daily vehicle log in sheet and vehicle inspections.
  • Preform Pre-Trip, Mid and Post-trip vehicle inspections.
  • Performed daily vehicle inspections and light maintenance.
  • Perform vehicle inspections as well as routine maintenance

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28. Federal Motor

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Here's how Federal Motor is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Adhered to numerous regulatory requirements including OSHA and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act while transporting general merchandise.
  • Operated in compliance with all regulations according to the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Regulations.
  • Maintained accurate documentation and followed all Federal Motor Carrier Transport guidelines and safety regulations.
  • Maintained record of duty status according to Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.
  • Maintained daily log sheets in accordance with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.
  • Complied with all federal motor carrier safety regulations.
  • Follow Federal Motor Carrier Guidelines.
  • Maintain records in accordance with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, Department of Transportation, and company policies as required.
  • Transport freight long and short distances, while complying with all Federal DOT rules and Maintained Federal Motor Carrier Safety Guidelines
  • Maintained vehicle logs, record of cargo, and bill of ladings daily in accordance with Federal Motor Carrier Regulations.
  • Completed driver's daily route log in compliance with the FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration).
  • Secure identify and transport cargo comply with FMCSA Federal Motor Carrier safety regulations for freight transport weight distribution.
  • Scaled all loads to ensure proper weight limitations are followed and in compliance with Federal Motor Carrier Regulations.
  • Ensured 100% compliance with all DOT, Federal Motor Carrier and State operational and safety regulations.
  • Complied with work hours allowed by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
  • Follow Federal Motor Carrier Safety and D.O.T.
  • Follow Department of Transportation and Federal Motor Carriers Safety Regulations.
  • Performed daily pre-trip and post-trip inspections.Compliant with Federal Motor Carriers Safety Regulations and DOT regulations.
  • Conducted a thorough pre-trip inspection of the equipment assigned as prescribed by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and the company.
  • Know and comply with all Department of Transportation regulations per the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations handbook.

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29. Trip Planning

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Here's how Trip Planning is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Achieved timely delivery through effective time management and careful trip planning, meticulously following mapped directions.
  • Teach proper driving techniques, four backing maneuvers, travel safety, along with trip planning & fueling.
  • Pick up and deliver freight nationwide, vehicle inspection, trip planning.
  • Trip planning to ensure on time delivery and truck safe route.
  • Trip planning/directions, planning my route from shipper to receiver.
  • Trip planning in order to ensure on time deliveries.
  • Trip planning to ensure on time delivery and pickup.
  • Trip planning to ensure freight is delivered on time.
  • Trip planning for efficient and timely pick-up/delivery of loads.
  • Trip planning- plan trips according to schedule.
  • Trip planning, fueling, pick up and drop off loads.
  • Trip planning, OTR driving.
  • Pick up & delivery of freight-Maintaining bills of lading-Truck inspections & trailer inspections-Freight securement-Trip planning-Maintaining refrigerated loads-Hooking & dropping trailers
  • Trip planning, time management,proper load secure mentioned according to D.O.
  • trip planning including fuel and rest stops.
  • Trip planning Drive safely Make sure loads arrive on time and safely
  • Time management and trip planning for driving otr .
  • team driver oversize 48 state Oowned\operator- Working with shippers dispatcher good people skils.Trip planning keep logs .

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30. Electronic Logs

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Here's how Electronic Logs is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Coordinated with manager regarding delivery routes and pick up locations via electronic logs.
  • Maintained electronic logs and interacted with shippers and receivers.
  • Maintained electronic logs and client/dispatch interfacing.
  • Picked up, delivered and unloaded trailers, performed daily equipment inspections, maintained electronic logs in accordance with DOT regulations
  • Inspected trucks prior to driving, maintain electronic logs, communicated with dispatcher to get additional loads and load information
  • Processed electronic logs to track hours worked, routes, and scheduled drop offs.
  • Conduct electronic logs on board for record of drive and duty status.
  • Maintained electronic logs to comply with policies and regulations.
  • Maintained electronic logs to stay within DOT regulations.
  • Required proficiency with both paper and electronic logs.
  • Maintained written and electronic logs of working hours.
  • Used electronic logs and com checks.
  • Run electronic logs to DOT standards.
  • Make sure electronic logs where correct.
  • Operated on manual and electronic logs.
  • Dedicated Wal-Mart delivery account Monitoring and verification of freight delivered Qualcomm - Electronic logs, freight tracking and communication
  • Maintained electronic logs and client/dispatchinterfacing.
  • Use of mechanical skills in pretrip inspections, use of electronic logs, driving highway and secondary roads.
  • Deliver mattresses throughout the southeast region Electronic Logs, Adhere to all the rules and regulations of DOT
  • Maintained electronic logs using the Qualcomm system.

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31. Safety Inspections

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Here's how Safety Inspections is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Hauled freight, performed vehicle safety inspections, reviewed invoices with customers and obtained shipper and receiver authorizations/signatures.
  • Perform routine safety inspections and maintain accurate paperwork.
  • Perform safety inspections in transportation setting.
  • Perform safety inspections of equipment.
  • Performed daily safety inspections on both tractor and trailer and kept an up-to-date logbook, in compliance with D.O.T.
  • Performed truck maintenance, assured truck passed all safety inspections, and monitored weight requirements per DOT regulations.
  • Perform routine safety inspections of transport vehicle(s) to insure proper maintenance is undertaken.
  • Performed safety inspections, and minor repairs such as broken taillights, headlights, etc.
  • Recorded information, such as daily logs and conducted safety inspections of vehicles.
  • Perform safety inspections, repair broken taillights, headlights, etc.
  • Do vehicle safety inspections, and clean my van as needed
  • Performed daily safety inspections of van and washed weekly.
  • Performed daily safety inspections on tractor and trailer units.
  • Conducted vehicle safety inspections prior to operating the vehicle.
  • Perform safety inspections and perform minor repairs as needed.
  • Conduct daily safety inspections on tractor trailer.
  • Conducted safety inspections of equipment and freight.
  • Maintain daily logs and safety inspections.
  • Trained student drivers in the skills on performing safety inspections to become licensed commercial drivers and conducted frequent performance evaluations.
  • Operated tractor-trailer combination, including doubles and triples, performed daily pre-trip and safety inspections on all equipment.

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32. Timely Delivery

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Here's how Timely Delivery is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Ensured steady capacity, reliable and timely delivery.
  • Insured timely delivery of cargo to destinations nation-wide.
  • Operate a tractor-trailer to insure the safe and timely delivery of various freight, at approximately 3000 miles a week.
  • Job duties include the safe and timely delivery of products and occasional unloading of those products.
  • Ensured timely delivery of dry products throughout the four regions of the United States.
  • Ensured timely delivery of goods to the consignee and collected proper signatures upon delivery.
  • Handle any dry freight to insure safe timely delivery without damage.
  • Ensured timely delivery of goods to numerous locations within the United States
  • Ensured the safe and timely delivery of product.
  • Coordinated with stores for timely delivery of product.
  • Ensured timely delivery of goods to multiple sites.
  • ensured timely delivery of time sensitive materials to various companies
  • Transfer, and handle as necessary, the freight to insure insure safe handling and timely delivery of the freight.
  • Monitor the temp controlled loads to insure safe handling and timely delivery of the freight.
  • Plan and excute delivery routes to ensure timely delivery to customers Perform pre and post trip inspections in accordance with D.O.T.
  • Transport railroad crews within 250 mile radius * Inspect 8-10 passenger vans * Ensure safe and timely delivery of railroad crews

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33. Transport Freight

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Here's how Transport Freight is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Operated tractor-trailer to transport freight across country
  • Job Description: Operated a heavy combination vehicle in the lower 48 states and Canada to transport freight of all kind.
  • Transport freight of all kinds safely and efficiently while operating 10-speed manual transmission in the same fashion.
  • Secure and transport Freight in order to enable customer to receive freight damage free.
  • Operate Tractor-Trailers to transport freight over long-haul distances between shippers and delivery points.
  • Transport freight from state to state, in a safe and timely manner
  • Transport freight to customer contacts and coordinate deliveries per customer schedules.
  • Transport freight coast to coast* Set up pickups and deliveries
  • Transport freight to cities in Arizona and within Texas.
  • Operated tractor trailers to transport freight throughout 48 states.
  • Transport freight over the United States and Canada.
  • Secure and transport freight across the united states.
  • Transport freight as directed to specified location.
  • Transport freight from shipper location to customer.
  • Transport freight from one destination to another.
  • Transport freight throughout the continental United States.
  • Transport freight to all lower 48 states.
  • Transport freight from East to West coast.
  • Transport freight across North America.
  • Transport freight terminal to terminal.

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34. Fmcsa

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Here's how Fmcsa is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Maintained vehicle logs, cargo manifest, and billing statements in accordance with FMCSA.
  • Maintain logs and followed DOT and FMCSA rules and regulations.
  • Maintain Daily logs and meet FMCSA rules and regulations.
  • Operated tractor-trailers in accordance with company and FMCSA guidelines.
  • Observe all FMCSA regulations and Tyson corporate guidelines.
  • Maintained logs as required by FMCSA.
  • Follow FMCSA regulations required by law.
  • Followed all FMCSA rules and regulations.
  • Comply with all FMCSA regulations.
  • Required compliance for all FMCSA/D.O.T.
  • Follow all FMCSA rules, laws, and guidelines.
  • Conduct a thorough pre-trip inspection of the equipment assigned as prescribed by the FMCSA.
  • operate tractor and trailer in accordance to FMCSA regulations.
  • Conduct pre- & post-trip equipment inspections following FMCSA standards.
  • Follow all satety guidelines set forth by FMCSA.
  • Pick up loads to be delivered Confirm to FMCSA rules and regulations, HOS, pre/post trip inspections, etc.

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35. General Freight

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Here's how General Freight is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Hauled general freight and Perishable Produce and other Refrigerated Loads requiring monitoring of Temperature of load.
  • Coordinate and schedule pick-up and delivery of general freight nationwide meeting customer expectations.
  • Delivered general freight to specific destinations and businesses.
  • Delivered and received general freight.
  • Hauled freight such as hazardous, non hazardous, and general freight from point A to point B.
  • Delivered freight in a safe and timely manner for this general freight company delivering freight around 48 states.
  • General freight, bought up by Dependable Highway Express Military Duty during this time: National Guard.
  • Hauled general freight and High risk roll over loads of Rolled paper.
  • Deliver general freight Northeast, Southeast region with truck and flatbed trailer
  • Transported general freight and refrigerated food products to the west coast.
  • Hauled tobacco on flatbeds as well as vans; Hauled general freight
  • Delivered general freight coast to coast Frito Lay, Lubbock Texas
  • Delivered general freight to states east of the Mississippi River.
  • Deliver goods and products to general Freight to warehouses stores etc
  • Dry van - Midwest to east regional hauling general freight.
  • Picked up and delivered general freight to U.S. and Canada.
  • Delivered general freight throughout the lower 48 continental US.
  • Run general freight as well as on the Coke account
  • Delivered general freight all across the United States.
  • Transport general freight to various locations in lower 48

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36. Company Policies

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Here's how Company Policies is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Comply with all applicable laws/regulations and company policies and procedures.
  • Trained all new hires by giving road test, driving as a team and showing them company policies and procedures.
  • Performed all duties in accordance with company policies; complied with all federal, state, and local regulations.
  • Complied with all DOT rules and regulations, company policies, as well as having a clean MVR.
  • Orient new Drivers to Company policies, procedures, updating daily logs, trip sheets and work orders.
  • Update work log daily and track all deliveries Follow company policies, safety procedure and traffic laws.
  • Trained new drivers to adhere to company policies, state laws and general procedures in OTR driving.
  • Comply with Department of Transportation and FMCSA rules and regulations and adhere to company policies.
  • Reason for leaving: Difference of opinion with company policies regarding the treatment of drivers.
  • Maintained Safety, Schedule, and Company Policies for OTR runs 100% On-Time Runs
  • Uphold all DOT regulations, OSHA regulations, and company policies and procedures.
  • Inform the company policies, regulations, and requirements daily to drivers.
  • Adhered to company policies pertaining to safety, vehicle inspections and maintenance.
  • Comply with all company policies, procedures and work rules.
  • Performed all job functions in accordance with company policies.
  • Comply with all CMV regulations and company policies.
  • Maintain equipment in accordance with company policies.
  • Perform daily pre-and-post inspections with appropriate documentation in compliance with company policies.
  • picked up and delivered freight in 48 states and maintained equipment as per DOT and company policies.
  • Perform job duties of a road driver.Comply with all applicable laws/regulations, as well as company policies/procedures.

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37. Unload Trucks

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Here's how Unload Trucks is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • See more occupations related to this task.Load and unload trucks, vans, or automobiles.
  • Check inventory, buy and stock products, load and unload trucks, deliver and supply merchandise to restaurants in NYC.
  • Load or unload trucks or assist others with loading or unloading, using special loading equipment or other equipment as necessary.
  • Load or unload trucks or help others with loading or unloading, using special loading-related equipment or other equipment as necessary.
  • Warehouse Worker - Delivering Windows to Customers - Load and Unload Trucks - Forklift Driver - Working on Assembly Line Making Windows
  • Deliver loads to satellite plants, any distance, load and unload trucks with forklift.

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38. New Drivers

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Here's how New Drivers is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Trained and evaluated new drivers that were under my direct supervision for 30 - 90 days at a time.
  • Critiqued performance of all new drivers, evaluating their skill level and ability for potential success in the company.
  • Instruct new drivers on safe handling procedures for a commercial vehicle per FMCSA, state and federal regulations.
  • Trained new drivers in trucking operations, safety, and proper skills needed to transport over dimension loads.
  • Assist in training of new drivers; assist with billing and maintaining records for tax purposes.
  • Pick up and unload customer product - Followed customer supplied schedule - Trained new drivers
  • Prepared accurate drivers and incident reports, and trained new drivers.
  • Trained new drivers how to operate a class A combination vehicle.
  • Arrange pickup and delivery, train new drivers on OTR training
  • Trained new drivers so they could succeed within the corporation.
  • Received Mentor Training Certificate for training new drivers.
  • Trained new drivers and worked on safety committee.
  • Trained and supervised new drivers.
  • Trained and mentored new drivers.
  • Drive OTR 53ft dry van, train new drivers
  • Train new drivers for their C.D.L.
  • Operated 18-wheel trucks to deliver products to different states and cities Trained new drivers
  • Instructed and Trained several new drivers for CRST in a professional manner.
  • Recruited new drivers from preload and local sort shifts.
  • Tested new e-log system.Gave road test for new drivers.

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39. Customer Relations

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Here's how Customer Relations is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Delivered floral products from company warehouses to floral wholesalers nationwide, maintained customer relations.
  • Maintained customer relations by transporting crews safely and efficiently.
  • Maintained customer relations while transporting crews safely to destination.
  • Maintain exemplary customer relations and company standards.
  • Maintain positive customer relations through professional attitude.
  • Structured and maintained customer relations.
  • Keep track with logs Keep track of all paperwork Skills Used Driving ability, punctuality, attentiveness to detail, customer relations
  • Demonstrated excellent skills, dependability, and superior customer relations with on time deliveries as expected by the company.
  • Performed customer relations and time management on a daily basis.
  • Provide professional customer relations at all shipping and receiving sites.
  • Maintain good customer relations and on time deliveries.
  • Experience in using brokers and direct customer relations.
  • Greet and maintain customer relations.
  • Maintain customer relations by transporting Union Pacific Railroad employees safely and in a timely manner.
  • Checked shipping papers to determine the nature of load Established and maintained excellent customer relationships.
  • Load securement, customer relations, time management.
  • Pack, load, inventory,unpack,unload and ofcourse having the utmost customer relations skills...
  • Meet dot regulations daily.log sheets,hook an drop,time management,customer relationship daily.
  • Operate commercial vehical in safe and legal manner.On time pick up and delivery.Customer relations ,pre / post trip inspections

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40. Paper Logs

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Here's how Paper Logs is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Maintained proper electronic and/or paper logs according to DOT regulations.
  • Maintain paper logs according to Federal Regulations.
  • Maintained paper logs and associated paperwork.
  • Paper logs, how to set refer temps, load locks, also the 3 different ways to load produce straight/block/sideways
  • Pick up and delivery of goods, drop and hook trailers, customer services, paper logs.
  • Completed electronic logs daily, entered trip data and completed paper logs if necessary.
  • Maintain legal paper logs reflecting customer locations and distance traveled and fuel costs.
  • Complete paper logs daily as well as expenses and bill of ladings.
  • Use paper logs and drive to Fed-ex hubs across the country.
  • Maintain paper logs of working hours and of vehicle service/repair status.
  • Used and maintained paper logs and com checks.
  • Perform pre and post trip inspections, drop and hook trailers and kept daily paper logs.
  • Transported and delivered consumer goods across 48 states Maintained paper logs and vehicle truck and trailer maintenance
  • Paper logs & computer logs Light mechanical repairs on truck and trailer, ect.
  • Refrigerated truck load deliveries Used paper logs, weighed loads on certified scales
  • Utilized the PPLNet logging system as well as paper logs.
  • Utilize Qualcomm system, various macros, and paper logs.
  • Trained in paper logs and e-logs, Omnitracs.
  • maintained paper logs to d.o.t.and company standards.
  • Transported produce using a refrigerated trailer Monitored and maintained temperature for safety of produce Completed paper logs

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41. Dry Goods

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Here's how Dry Goods is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Managed route distribution of Walmart/Sam's Club dairy, produce, meat, and dry goods throughout the northeast region US.
  • Transport dry goods from shipper to receiver safely using company vehicle in the lower 48 as well as Canada.
  • Pick up and transporting of dry goods* Sweeping of the trailer and upkeep on the appearance of the equipment
  • Load, carry and unload refrigerated and dry goods to retailers and warehouses across the Mid-eastern Atlantic seaboard.
  • Transport refrigerated and dry goods to various places in the U.S. Transport High Value Loads.
  • Transported frozen, refrigerated and dry goods to various locations in the contiguous 48 states.
  • Deliver and pick-up refrigerated and dry goods to points across the country.
  • Operated 18-wheel tractor/trailers for carrying dry goods throughout the United States.
  • Delivered dry goods in the south and north eastern states.
  • Delivered dry goods to customers on the East Coast.
  • Hauled dry goods over the road to various locations.
  • Haul refrigerated and dry goods to customers on time.
  • Delivered and helped unload Dry goods and commodities.
  • Dry goods hauled along Easter Seaboard for various distributors
  • Transport various dry goods throughout the USA and Canada
  • Haul dry goods and products over the road.
  • Delivered dry goods throughout the eastern U.S.
  • Transported dry goods within the U.S.
  • Operated 18-wheeler to transport dry goods.
  • Hauled dry goods in eastern states.

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42. Pallet Jack

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Here's how Pallet Jack is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Warehouse experience loading unloading using a forklift and pallet jack
  • Performed freight handling duties utilizing motorized forklift and manual pallet jack/handcart at various locations that require driver to remove freight.
  • Unload the tractor-trailer when needed using a pallet jack or fork lift to retrieve the products from the trailer.
  • Loaded and unloaded freight with the use of indicated equipment such as forklift, pallet jack and hand truck.
  • Deliver freight to consumer by dock, pallet jack or by hand* Conduct a friendly atmosphere with consumers.
  • Used heavy equipment such as forklifts, pallet jacks and power pallet jacks to load and unload products.
  • Delivered food products to customers unload with a pallet jack and sort and separate for customer to check in
  • Certified Forklift Operator, pallet jack, hand truck, loading/unloading of trailers (dock work).
  • Utilized pallet jack and hand truck in loading and unloading products weighing up to 300 lbs.
  • Loaded and unloaded freight by way of forklift, pallet jack, and or dolly.
  • Unloaded and re-loaded various equipment (forklifts, pallet jacks, front-end loaders etc.)
  • Used manual jack and electric pallet jack to load and unload at customer site.
  • Used forklift, pallet jack, and barrel grabber to load and unload trailers.
  • Operated forklifts and pallet jacks to load and unload trucks and trailers.
  • Use of lift-gate and electric pallet jack to offload products from truck.
  • Assisted in loading and unloading with a pallet jack when necessary.
  • Unload trucks with forklift and pallet jack as needed.
  • Used a pallet jack and sit down forklift.
  • Experience using a forklift and hand pallet jacks.
  • Operated forklifts, hand trucks and pallet jacks.

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43. Delivery Documentation

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Here's how Delivery Documentation is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Complete appropriate delivery documentation ensuring accuracy of load description and maximum GVW in accordance with D.O.T.
  • Maintain daily driving logs, delivery documentation and inspection reports in compliance with company and Federal requirements.
  • Submitted a daily mileage log with trip sheet, fuel, maintenance, and delivery documentation.
  • Submitted a daily mileage log with trip sheet, fuel, maintenance and delivery documentation.
  • Submitted a daily mileage log with trip sheet, fuel, maintenance and delivery documentation.
  • Submitted all delivery documentation in a timely manner.

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44. Delivery Schedules

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Here's how Delivery Schedules is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Coordinated peak delivery schedules and alternate routes.
  • Plan routes and meet delivery schedules/appointments.
  • Planned routes and met delivery schedules, documented and logged work/rest periods and miles spent driving and retained fuel/toll receipts.
  • Stay in contractors on job sites to set up delivery schedules and assure accurate directions are achieved.
  • Load and deliver mail containers throughout the Northwest, adhering to postal system times and delivery schedules.
  • Maintained accurate temperature controls, organized delivery schedules, kept accurate weight and fuel records.
  • Maintained vehicle logs, cargo records and work record Met pickup and delivery schedules.
  • Planned daily delivery schedules based on customer schedules and arranged for any alternate routes.
  • Planned and coordinated daily delivery schedules, peak delivery times and alternate routes.
  • Assisted in the movement of material in order to support delivery schedules.
  • Maintained punctual arrival and pick up or delivery schedules.
  • Planed routes and meet delivery schedules.
  • maintain pickup and delivery schedules, Verify the unloading of shipments to avoid employee theft and fraudulent claims of missing product.
  • Time sensitive delivery schedules Dedicated route from Utah, Illinois and Missouri.
  • maintain pickup and delivery schedules Recognized for ability to plan, organize and coordinate priorities in an expedient manner.
  • Checked load documentation for completeness and accuracy Maintained vehicle logs Met pickup and delivery schedules Maintained knowledge of commercial driving regulations

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45. Distribution Centers

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Here's how Distribution Centers is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Delivered to most major Distribution Centers and two Military bases along with disaster relief efforts to Texas
  • Deliver General Mills product from factory to Distribution Centers.
  • Communicate consistently between warehouse distribution centers and customers.
  • Dedicated interstate delivery from Distribution centers to store locations
  • Deliver account product to customers and distribution centers.
  • Transported and delivered various materials to distribution centers.
  • Transported Rail shipments to and from rail, delivery of house hold goods from Distribution Centers to stores.
  • Transport goods and raw materials over the road from manufacturing plants or retail and distribution centers.
  • Transported finished goods and raw material to and from manufacturing plants, retail and distribution centers.
  • Pick up and deliver frozen meats to distribution centers as well as grocery items
  • Transport goods/materials to and from manufacturing plants or retai1 and distribution centers.
  • Delivered freight commodities to distribution centers across the country.
  • Delivered meat products to food distribution centers.
  • Drop and hook loads via distribution centers, cold storage facilities and pickup backhaul loads as needed.
  • freight, to and from manufacturing plants, retail and distribution centers.
  • hauled to local Fastenal stores and distribution centers
  • Drive cross country delivering various products to multipal venders, and distribution centers.
  • Pick up and deliver products from distribution centers .

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46. Transport Goods

low Demand
Here's how Transport Goods is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Transport goods from state to state *Maintain travel logs and file documents while in transit *Perform basic routine maintenance on vehicle.
  • Load and Transport goods over the road for contracted customers including Amazon, UPS, Conway, and CAT.
  • Transport goods to customers in 48 states, kept a daily log of activities, and made truck inspection
  • Job Duties: coordinate and transport goods from shipper to consignee in a safe and timely manner.
  • Operated and drove tractor trailer combination type truck to transport goods and materials over long distances.
  • Transport goods in a safe and Timely manner Perform duties while staying within DOT guidelines
  • Transport goods and services throughout the U.S. in a safe and timely manner.
  • Transport goods from one location to another across the 11 western states.
  • Transport goods from one location to another across the Eastern American region.
  • Transport goods from one location to another across all 48 states.
  • Operated tractor and trailer to transport goods over 48 states
  • Transport goods to distribution retail centers and stores.
  • Transport goods across the continental United States.
  • Transport goods over 48 states and Canada
  • Transport goods on a dedicated route
  • Transport goods from a network of shippers and consignee's from one location to another across the North American region.
  • Planned trip logistics and obtained necessary documents to transport goods Checked load accuracy and stability before each trip.
  • Operated and drove a 53' refrigerated tractor/trailer combination to transport goods and materials over long distances.
  • Operated Freightliner Columbia 10 speed to transport goods and materials over long distances.
  • operated 18- wheeler to transport goods.

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47. CB

low Demand
Here's how CB is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Used CB to communicate with crew members and follow instructions to go to other locations to pick up crew members.
  • Operated equipment such as CB radios and telephones to exchange necessary information with bases, supervisors and other drivers.
  • Operated truck cab computers, CB radios and telephones to transmit information between bases, supervisors and other drivers.
  • Communicate with railroad crew using CB radio as needed.Performed daily inspections of vehicle.
  • Use a Qualcomm system and CB Radio to communicate with dispatch.
  • Attended safetymeetings and maintained CBT training as needed.

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48. Electrical Lines

low Demand
Here's how Electrical Lines is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Couple or uncouple trailers by changing trailer jack positions, connecting or disconnecting air or electrical lines, or manipulatingfifth-wheel locks.
  • Connected air hoses/electrical lines & installed/removed tire chains.
  • Connected air hoses and electrical lines, installed and removed tire chains and manually cranked dolly wheels.
  • Coupled and uncoupled trailers by changing trailer jack positions, connecting and disconnecting air and electrical lines and manipulating fifth-wheel locks.
  • Connected air hoses and electrical lines and manually cranked dolly wheels.
  • Connected air hoses and electrical lines.

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49. Assignment Details

low Demand
Here's how Assignment Details is used in Over The Road Driver jobs:
  • Read bills of lading to determine assignment details and obtain receipts or signatures for delivered goods.
  • Read bills of lading to determine assignment details Recorded each delivery using the proper paperwork before leaving the warehouse.
  • Prepared vehicles for movement/shipment by air, rail, or vessel Read bills of lading to determine assignment details
  • Read bills of lading to determine assignment details.
  • Read bills of lading to determine assignment details.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Over The Road Driver

Delivery Instructions15.4%
OTR Driver12.9%
Safety Procedures12.2%
Vehicle Service11.9%
Pre-Trip Inspections5.6%
Log Book5%
Customer Service4.7%
Tractor-Trailer Combinations4.5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Over The Road Driver

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Delivery Instructions
Delivery Instructions
12.3%
12.3%
2
2
OTR Driver
OTR Driver
10.3%
10.3%
3
3
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
9.8%
9.8%
4
4
Vehicle Service
Vehicle Service
9.5%
9.5%
5
5
Pre-Trip Inspections
Pre-Trip Inspections
4.5%
4.5%
6
6
Log Book
Log Book
4%
4%
7
7
Customer Service
Customer Service
3.8%
3.8%
8
8
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
3.6%
3.6%
9
9
CDL
CDL
2.9%
2.9%
10
10
State Regulations
State Regulations
2.6%
2.6%
11
11
Reefer
Reefer
2.6%
2.6%
12
12
Qualcomm
Qualcomm
1.9%
1.9%
13
13
Road Truck Driver
Road Truck Driver
1.9%
1.9%
14
14
Hazmat
Hazmat
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Safe Driving
Safe Driving
1.8%
1.8%
16
16
Semi
Semi
1.7%
1.7%
17
17
Traffic Laws
Traffic Laws
1.4%
1.4%
18
18
Weather Conditions
Weather Conditions
1.2%
1.2%
19
19
Applicable State
Applicable State
1.2%
1.2%
20
20
Emergency Equipment
Emergency Equipment
1.2%
1.2%
21
21
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
1.1%
1.1%
22
22
Repair Status
Repair Status
1.1%
1.1%
23
23
Driver Log
Driver Log
1%
1%
24
24
DOT
DOT
1%
1%
25
25
GPS
GPS
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Safe Operation
Safe Operation
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Vehicle Inspections
Vehicle Inspections
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Federal Motor
Federal Motor
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Trip Planning
Trip Planning
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Electronic Logs
Electronic Logs
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Safety Inspections
Safety Inspections
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Timely Delivery
Timely Delivery
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Transport Freight
Transport Freight
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Fmcsa
Fmcsa
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
General Freight
General Freight
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Company Policies
Company Policies
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Unload Trucks
Unload Trucks
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
New Drivers
New Drivers
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Customer Relations
Customer Relations
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Paper Logs
Paper Logs
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Dry Goods
Dry Goods
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Pallet Jack
Pallet Jack
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Delivery Documentation
Delivery Documentation
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Delivery Schedules
Delivery Schedules
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Distribution Centers
Distribution Centers
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Transport Goods
Transport Goods
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
CB
CB
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Electrical Lines
Electrical Lines
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Assignment Details
Assignment Details
0.4%
0.4%

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