Top Tractor-Trailer Driver Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Tractor-Trailer Driver. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Tractor-Trailer Driver resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.9% of Tractor-Trailer Driver resumes contained Delivery Instructions as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Tractor-Trailer Driver actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Tractor-Trailer 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 Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Collected delivery instructions from appropriate sources, verifying accuracy.
  • Maintained supervisor contact for pickup and delivery instructions.
  • Received special delivery instructions from Route Supervisor, and made Direct Store Deliveries.
  • Keep in telephone or radio contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions.
  • Verify delivery instructions and routes from dispatch.
  • Maintained telephone and radio contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions.
  • Maneuver trucks into loading or unloading positions Collect delivery instructions from appropriate sources, verifying instructions and routes.

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2. Tractor-Trailer Combinations

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Here's how Tractor-Trailer Combinations is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Operate various tractor-trailer combinations between company terminals and customer facilities or work sites within the terminal's geographic service area.
  • Operate various tractor-trailer combinations safely for extended periods of time and over long distances between company/customer facilities.
  • Drive tractor-trailer combinations applying knowledge of commercial driving regulations to transport and deliver materials over long distance.
  • Operated various tractor-trailer combinations, to transport construction materials and equipment to different locations.
  • Pick up and deliver trailers between Service Centers and/or turn-point locations via tractor-trailer combinations.
  • Operated tractor-trailer combinations in Eastern United States delivering commercial goods to customers.

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3. Vehicle Service

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Here's how Vehicle Service is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Maintain logbook according to applicable State and Federal regulations; which include work hours, vehicle service and repair status.
  • Maintain logs of working hours or of vehicle service or repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Completed pre trip inspections and ensured vehicle service maintenance was properlyperformed timely to ensure the mission succeeded.
  • Maintained logs of working hours/vehicle service/repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Maintain logs of working hours or of vehicle service/repair status following applicable regulations.
  • Maintain vehicle service, fueling and delivery records updated on respective inventories

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4. OTR

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Here's how OTR is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Know and understand Department of Transportation rules and regulation pertaining to the OTR Driver, equipment and cargo.
  • Salt Lake City, UT Position: Class A OTR Semi Tractor Trailer Driver
  • Performed duties of that required as an owner operator OTR truck driver.
  • Transport chocolate product from customer to client (OTR)
  • Delivered freight for dedicated, local and OTR routes.
  • Performed OTR deliveries in 48 states across the U.S.
  • Tired of driver OTR never being home.
  • Completed orientation and 3 weeks OTR training.
  • Worked as a dedicated OTR solo driver.
  • Worked as an OTR Team driver.
  • Drive flat- bed OTR to all 48 states, log home kits and various back loads.
  • Operated W900 KW OTR tractor with 48ft trailer with six axles.
  • Drive Dry Van OTR 48 states
  • drive tractor trailer OTR hauling general commodities/food products, primarily refrigerated.
  • Contract OTR driver for companies such as Total Transportation, Allen Farming Trucking, Hancor, and Power Transportation Services.
  • Drive tractor trailer, otr, 45 ft flat, haul mine machinery, mine roofing material,
  • Dedicated HON office furniture team -53' Dry Van Loads -All Northeast runs -OTR position
  • Flatbed OTR , secure and transported loads to various cities and states.
  • Unload and drophook local and OTR
  • Drive OTR 53' Reefer Van

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5. Pre-Trip Inspections

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Here's how Pre-Trip Inspections is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Perform pre-trip inspections, upload and offload of the trailer and all administrative functions associated with delivery of the equipment.
  • Loaded and unloaded merchandise, conducted pre-trip inspections to ensure safety of the truck and the contents of the trailer
  • Do pre-trip inspections, keep logs updated, fuel tractor, check oil and belts.
  • Performed daily pre-trip inspections on tractors and trailers.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections of vehicle systems and equipment.
  • Performed daily pre-trip inspections on vehicle before driving.
  • Maintained daily logs and pre-trip inspections.
  • Completed required pre-trip inspections Assisted with loading/unloading of various freight Comply with all DOT rules and regulations Drive in all weather condition

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6. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Transported freight to companies nightly Provided professional customer service Completed all required DOT documents for assigned shift
  • Foster relationships with store management and personnel and provide superior customer service.
  • Provided strong professional customer service when interacting with shipping & receiving associates.
  • Worked closely with Sales representatives and customer service to efficiently coordinate deliveries.
  • Maintain positive communication and customer service relations with customers and drivers.
  • Provided excellent customer service to retain donation base for company.
  • Maintain professional relationships with consumer to provide exceptional customer service.
  • Performed on-time deliveries while focusing on excellent customer service.
  • Maintained good customer relations and provided excellent customer service.
  • Assured public safety while providing excellent customer service.
  • Facilitate and develop Customer Service through relationship building.
  • Provide excellent customer service to multiple proprietors directly.
  • Promote professionalism and excellent customer service attitude.
  • Collected donations, transported merchandise, customer service
  • Experienced forklift operator, Customer service orientated.
  • Facilitate and develop Customer Service.
  • Performed excellent customer services daily.
  • Key responsibilities include; Handling customer services issues with drivers and clients, train new employees, handle employee related issues.
  • Provided quality customer service and on time delivery to clients ensuring all paperwork is signed and accounted for.
  • Greet and acknowledge all customers in a friendly, professional manner and provide quick responsive customer service.

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7. Log Book

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Here's how Log Book is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Keep accurate log books of each trip as and make sure each load is delivered on time every time!
  • Pick Up and Delivery Driver ; Clean DOT Record; Clean Driving Record; Well Maintained Log Book.
  • Record all hours of driving on a log book and close the manifest from the day of work.
  • Record cargo information, distance traveled, fuel consumption, and other information in log book.
  • Prepared log book up to date,,,,ran back a forward across.
  • Maintained Department of Transportation daily log book, adhering to State and Federal Laws.
  • Maintained log books and hours of service in accordance with the FMCSR regulations.
  • Complete accurate and timely paperwork, including log books and bills of lading.
  • Dry Van- Computerized Log Book- Flat Bed (Covered Wagon) Driver
  • Maintained upkeep of equipment, and completed DOT log books daily.
  • Review paper work, route deliveries and update log book.
  • Reported time daily in a log book and operated QualComm.
  • Maintain all DOT log books and records for each trip.
  • Maintained a daily log book and records for expenses.
  • Maintained log books, vehicle safety, etc.
  • Completed log books and all DOT required paperwork
  • Company made us fix our log books.
  • Log book updated and legal to operate.
  • Keep track of log books on deliveries.
  • Maintain log books and vehicle reports.

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8. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Followed all federal and state regulations, obtained a high level security to access all shipping ports.
  • Use of local weigh stations and along routes to document weight conforming to state regulations.
  • Completed all necessary paperwork to comply with federal and state regulations.
  • Maintained records required by Federal and State regulations.
  • Maintained records required by Federal and State regulations.
  • Maintained all documentation in accordance with HOS requirements and federal and state regulations.

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9. CDL

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Here's how CDL is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Maintained CDL Class A License, kept accurate time logs, and followed State and Federal Trucking Regulations.
  • Certified Class A CDL Spread Axle Flatbed Operator, Over the road certification with Hazardous Material endorsement.
  • Job Requirements Procure proper CDL licensing, Training in the handling of hazardous liquid bulk chemicals.
  • Hauled trash from all in state sites to main dump site* CDL A license
  • Recognized for diligent work ethic; encouraged by supervisor to acquire CDL license.
  • Maintain a valid Class A Commercial Driver's License (CDL).
  • Obtained a Class A CDL license and some Over-The-Road training.
  • Out of Business CDL long-distance truck driver.
  • Acquired forklift license and CDL permit.
  • Have class A CDL license Assembly
  • Maintained CDL and applicable endorsements.
  • Received Commercial Driving License (CDL A) to drive tractor trailer (5/2003 - 9/2003).
  • Obtained Class A CDL as an Over The Road driver.
  • Used Class A CDL driver's license.!
  • Truck Driving School for Class A CDL.
  • Worked and received additional CDL training as a new graduate from the Germanna Community College Commercial Driver's License-CDL training program.
  • Deliver goods to customers in a timely manner using combination of tractor and trailer, CDL required.
  • Port Containers and 53 ft. Dry Van trailers CDL and TWIC Certification
  • acquired CDL-A driver's license to deliver loads within the state.
  • Maintain Class A CDL * Transport materials to scheduled locations.

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10. Traffic Laws

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Here's how Traffic Laws is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Follow all applicable traffic laws, inspect tractor trailer before and after the trip, and record any defects found.
  • Reported any incidents to dispatcher, followed all appropriate traffic laws, reported serious mechanical problems to the managers.
  • Obeyed all traffic laws and followed all safety regulations with the Department of Transportation.
  • Plan routes based on local and state traffic laws and restrictions.
  • Follow all applicable traffic laws.Inspect trailer before and after the trip, and record any defects they find.
  • Update work log daily and track all deliveries Follow all company procedures, safety regulations and traffic laws.
  • Drop and hook trailer North East Region Driver Obeyed traffic laws while inspecting and maintaining vehicles for proper working condition
  • Delivered through 48 states Drop and hook trailer Obeyed traffic laws while inspecting and maintaining vehicles for proper working condition

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11. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Operated trucks with a capacity of up to 30 tons including Line Haul, Tanker, HAZMAT vehicles as required.
  • Transported freight types: HazMat- double trailer set ups, refrigerated & non- refrigerated, construction bottom-dumps- gravels/soils/asphalt.
  • Verified security and condition of cargo, truck, while employing industry standard HAZMAT procedures.
  • Followed policies, procedures, and regulations when delivering HAZMAT loads.
  • Hauled refrigerated trailers, shipping containers and HazMat trailers.
  • Placard for HAZMAT loads when required.
  • Have a class A CDL with tank, hazmat, passenger, double/triple endorsements.
  • Pick up and deliver hazmat fuels/asphalt loads from various locations throughout the continuous United States
  • License: Class A with endorsements: Hazmat, double, triples and tanker.
  • Deliver chemical hazmat loads to customers in NY, OH, and DE.
  • Loaded and Unload Trucks and, delivered Hazmat materials over the road.
  • Label hazard material trailers with proper placard and using proper hazmat routes.
  • Operated fork Lift, was part-time OSHA fork-Lift trainer and Hazmat instructor.
  • Transport refrigerated and hazmat cargo throughout the US and Canada.
  • Double pups, Fork Lift Driver, Hazmat training.
  • Drop and Hook, also have Hazmat Endorsement
  • Utilized Class A CDL and hazmat endorsements.
  • Hauled HAZMAT Meat/Produce/Thermo-King California Mountain Driving Tractor trailer operation career began with Stevens Transport's training program.
  • Operated hazmat tractor trailer Loaded, hauled, and delivered gasoline and diesel fuel to gas stations in and around Baltimore City
  • Unload product and stage for stock at the Distribution Center Certified in CDL Hazmat, Double and Triples trailer and Tanker.

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12. Pallet Jack

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Here's how Pallet Jack is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Perform freight handling duties utilizing motorized forklift and manual pallet jack/handcart.
  • Load and unload tractor trailer using forklift, reach truck, electric and manual pallet jacks and any other necessary equipment.
  • Load trucks with motorized pallet jacks and forklifts, Assist stores with moving and placing freight within the stores.
  • Prompt and safe loading/ unloading of freight with forklifts, lift gates, pallet jacks and hand trucks.
  • Provided maintenance to tractor or trailer, empty and load trailers with forklift and electrical pallet jack.
  • Utilized pallet jacks to unload product at the stores and to load any returns for the warehouse.
  • Unload cargo using two-wheeler and pallet jack, recording amount and type of cargo being delivered.
  • Dock worker operating forklifts, hand jacks, pallet jacks and staging within the dock platform.
  • Experience: Delivering products to retail and wholesale customers using electric and manual pallet jacks.
  • Operated company truck locally to load products by use of an electric pallet jack.
  • Utilized pallet jacks and lift gates daily to assist in the performance of duties.
  • Operated forklift and pallet jack to load and unload trailers and move freight.
  • Load and Unload goods using a manual pallet jack or forklift when available.
  • Assisted with loading and unloading products using a pallet jack and power jack.
  • Used pallet jack to load and unload products to and from customers.
  • Dock work loading and unloading trailers as needed with electric pallet jack.
  • Pick up recycling using electric pallet jack and lift on trailer.
  • Use of Pallet Jack and Forklift Conducted daily vehicle inspection.
  • Operated forklift and pallet jack to load and unload materials.
  • Use computer, pallet jack and fork lift when needed.

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13. Safe Driving

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Here's how Safe Driving is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Earned the safe driving award for seven years of accident free driving (1 million miles).
  • Received the award for Seven Years Safe Driving as well as Driver of the Month.
  • Received multiple safe driving awards and was driver of the month.
  • Awarded 7 consecutive years with Safe Driving Award.
  • Adhered to safe driving and delivery procedures.
  • Received yearly safe driving awards and bonuses.
  • Monitored weight and safe driving practices.
  • Have over 100,000 miles safe driving
  • Maintain safe driving record as well as perform pre and post trip inspections.
  • Clean driving record One Million mile safe driving award
  • Received 10 year safe driving award.
  • Experienced Class A driver Experienced in loading and unloading forty foot trailers Cross country driving with a safe driving record

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14. Reefer

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Here's how Reefer is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Maintained and monitored reefer unit to insure proper temperature is maintained.
  • Maintain proper Load temperature with reefer operation.
  • Trained in a 53ft reefer trailer in the Midwest and the east region of the united states
  • Operated and maintained reefer and flatbed trucks, transporting goods and food products throughout the US.
  • Operate an 18-wheeler 53 foot Reefer Trailer transport frozen food, averaging 800 miles a day.
  • Transport and deliver dry Van as well as reefer freight New Jersey to Florida
  • Operate an 18-wheeler 53 foot Reefer Trailer transport dry foods cloths etc.
  • Operate Reefer Tractor Trailer in a Regional capacity in the Midwest states.
  • Make Deliveries from State to State in Dry Van and Reefer.
  • Carried vans, flatbeds, and reefers.
  • Drive truck reefers loads in the mid-west
  • Transport gourmet food in a reefer.
  • Pulled a reefer trailer 48 state
  • Dry van, Reefer to 48 States
  • Pulled an 53 foot reefer trailer 48 states and my miles dropped very low and had no choice but to resign.
  • Transport frozen, dry food and other products through out the United States using reefer and dry van trailers.
  • pick up and deliver loads from a to z on reefer and dry van trailers and train driver students
  • Delivered reefer trailers to various locations throughout NJ Drop and hook, various size trailers from 40ft-53ft.
  • Company Driver Semi Tractor and Trailer ....Dry Van and or Reefer.....
  • Operate 53'dry vans and reefer to Pa and back perform pretrip inspection

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15. Driver Log

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Here's how Driver Log is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Determined different and efficient routes of travel and maintained driver logs and other records per state and federal standards.
  • Maintained driver log according to regulations and if stipulated in contract, loaded and unloaded freight.
  • Maintained daily driver log in compliance with all federal, state and company policies.
  • Maintain driver logs, collect and log checks for COD and account receivables.
  • Completed required driver paperwork (i.e., driver logbooks).
  • Maintain both paper and electronic driver logs.
  • Updated trip reports and driver logs.
  • Created and maintained driver logs.
  • Utilized the latest in-cab technology for driver logs, dispatching, and payroll time keeping.
  • Utilized Tripmaster on- board computer to maintain driver logs, pickup, and delivery information.
  • Maintained driver logs, abided to all local and federal driving laws and regulations.
  • Perform pre-and post-trip inspections and maintain driver logs and trip reports.
  • Maintained manifests, driver logs and performed pre/post trip inspections.
  • Maintain driver logs according to I.C.C regulations.
  • fill out my daily driver log , making delivery on time keeping my driving log up to date etc
  • Utilized Xata on-board computer to maintain driver logs, pickup, and delivery information.
  • People Net Experience Drive Dedicated lane 550 miles a day Hauling auto parts for GM Entering information on a Driver log
  • Operate tractor/trailer with flat-bed Supervise loading and secure loads Maintain all driver logs and maintain paperwork Pre and post trip inspections

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16. Emergency Equipment

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Here's how Emergency Equipment is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Performed all duties necessary to ensure mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment were in good working order.
  • Checked vehicles to ensure safety, and emergency equipment was in proper working condition.
  • Handled various driver responsibilities which included the daily mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment mmet safety requirements.
  • Checked vehicles before driving them to ensure that mechanical,safety and emergency equipment was in good working order.
  • Performed safety check of vehicles before driving to ensure mechanical safety and emergency equipment in good working order.
  • Checked vehicles to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment operated properly.

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17. Applicable State

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Here's how Applicable State is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Maintained daily Driver logs following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Followed applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Maintained logs of hours, services, repairs following applicable state and federal laws.
  • Maintain logs of working hours or of vehicle service or repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Operate vehicle in compliance with company rules and all applicable state and federal.
  • Maintain logs of hours worked and driven following applicable state and federal regulations.

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18. Repair Status

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

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19. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Operated a tractor up to eleven consecutive hours in all types of weather while safely transporting hazardous/nonhazardous materials.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting hazardous materials per CSA standards prescribe by the federal government.
  • Follow safety procedures and federal and state regulations when transporting cargo and/or hazardous materials.
  • Transported hazardous materials from West Virginia to an authorized containment facility in Tennessee.
  • Transported various goods and materials (including hazardous materials) to customers nationwide
  • Transported hazardous materials and general commodity freight, verified security and condition of cargo, and truck.
  • Traveled through 2 assigned states, with various types of freight, including hazardous materials.
  • Moved trailers, freight, and hazardous materials on inner-city routes for pickup and delivery.
  • Delivered all types of goods and merchandise like paper products, hazardous materials and chemicals.
  • Assisted in loading, securing, and unloading certain cargo, including hazardous materials.
  • Transported various types of freight including hazardous materials, to 48 states and Canada.
  • Offer 15 + years of experience transporting product and hazardous materials for various industries.
  • Reviewed manifests to assess content, quantity, and class of hazardous materials.
  • Initiated both the pickup and delivery of common freight and hazardous materials.
  • Attended training in DOT Hazardous Materials Procedures and Fork Lift License Training.
  • Follow all company rules and guidelines regarding handling of hazardous materials!
  • Performed deliveries of U.S. mail, hazardous materials and other various products
  • Pulled tank trucks with hazardous materials throughout all 48 states.
  • Transported Class 8 Hazardous Materials in Tractor Trailer Bulk Tankers.
  • Manage inventory of hazardous materials and customers accounts on a daily basis utilizing an electronic handheld.

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20. Qualcomm

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Here's how Qualcomm is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Maintained telephone and Qualcomm contact with dispatcher to receive delivery or pick-up instructions.
  • Performed qualcomm communications with supervisors and dispatchers.
  • Received freight via Qualcomm, picked up and recorded weight and transport throughout the U.S.
  • Read maps and used Qualcomm for truck use and to load information.
  • Job required extensive knowledge in use of all road maps and Qualcomm.
  • Hauled freight to customers between Illinois and Wisconsin via Qualcomm dispatch.
  • Hauled freight to customers in various states via Qualcomm dispatch.
  • Operate a variety of Qualcomm computer skills.
  • Make logs as required using Qualcomm interface.
  • Used Qualcomm to communicate with my superiors.
  • Experienced with QUALCOMM and Peoplenet.
  • Communicated with dispatch on Qualcomm.
  • Experience in Qualcomm computer system.
  • Communicate dispatch via Qualcomm system.
  • Completed all documentation and manifests required to indicate proper shipment via Qualcomm Communication
  • Utilized onboard Qualcomm computer system traversing through 40 states.
  • Used the Qualcomm system and Trippack.
  • Deliver and pick-up frozen freight and dry freight Mid-west region Qualcomm system used Monthly safe driver awards

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21. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Upload all equipment (wheeled and track vehicles, heavy equipment) for shipment to various locations on outbound convoys.
  • Download all retrograde equipment (heavy equipment, wheel and track vehicles) for repair and maintenance from inbound convoys.
  • Coordinate Transportation Movement Requests of wheeled and track vehicles, heavy equipment with crane support per military and departmental requests.
  • Deliver heavy equipment to and from construction/demolition sites; Utilized flatbed trailers, lowboy trailers and dump trailers.
  • Operate Heavy Equipment such as Front loader and Fuchs Crane for movement of Metals to rail-cars or trucks.
  • Worked for multiple companies loading & unloading freight with forklifts, cranes, or heavy equipment.
  • Train drivers and equipment operators in transportation, rig set-up, and heavy equipment operation.
  • Operate heavy equipment such as back hoe, track hoe, and loader.
  • Haul heavy equipment to and from construction sites, using multiple trailer configurations
  • Hauled heavy equipment, I- beams, floating steel, lumber.
  • Operated heavy equipment and machinery within the warehouse and storage yard.
  • Moved heavy equipment and oversize equipment using various types and trailers.
  • Transported high, wide and heavy equipment throughout New England.
  • Operated heavy equipment on construction sites including track-hoes and loaders.
  • Transported heavy equipment to various work sites using lowboy.
  • Deliver and pick up heavy equipment to/from construction sites.
  • Operate heavy equipment and heavy haul tractor-trailers.
  • Operated tractors, heavy equipment.
  • Delivered heavy equipment,tools and supplies to welders and laborers working at power plants throughout the New England.
  • Delivered heavy equipment to various customers with a Landoll or Lo-Boy Trailer.

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22. Weather Conditions

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Here's how Weather Conditions is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Deliver products in adverse weather conditions keeping product in marketable condition.
  • Experience in safe driving practices during inclement weather conditions
  • Advise personnel about traffic problems, like construction areas, accidents, congestion, weather conditions, or other hazards.
  • Experienced working outdoors under incremental weather conditions for extended periods of time as well as driving in extreme weather conditions.
  • Traveled long distances over the road in various weather conditions throughout the Eastern Coast of the US.
  • Traveled long distances over the road in various weather conditions throughout 48 of the United States.
  • Drive tractor in various weather conditions such as rain, snow, and foggy weather.
  • Included transporting product down ramps, stairs, or docks, in all weather conditions.
  • Unload trailer at delivery sites via outside electric tailgate in all types of weather conditions.
  • Unload at delivery sites using auger and/or blower trailer in all types of weather conditions.
  • Experience driving through black ice, snow, fog, and rainy weather conditions.
  • Maintained Mileage and Inspection Records, Road and Weather Conditions and Equipment Operation.
  • Transported time sensitive goods throughout 11 western states in all weather conditions.
  • Work in increment weather conditions, when safe to do so.
  • Operate vehicle safely in various weather conditions.
  • Experience in extreme weather conditions.
  • Unloaded trailer and stocked product in all weather conditions Followed all DOT rules and regulations Maintained logbook and paperwork accordingly

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23. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transportation of dangerous goods.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures while transporting dangerous goods.
  • Operated tractor trailer while following safety procedures.
  • Trained drivers of the plant safety procedures when delivering, routes, and company paper work.
  • Loaded tankers from rail cars while observing all company safety procedures.
  • Perform all safety procedures of handling a tractor trailer vehicle.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures while transporting all high value goods.
  • Followed all safety procedures at landfill and customer sites.
  • Fallowed appropriate safety procedures for transporting US mail.
  • Follow all DOT and company safety procedures.
  • Secured cargo Followed safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures while transportingdangerous goods.
  • Obtain receipts or signatures for delivered goods and collect payment for services Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods.
  • follow appropriate safety procedures for transportimg dangerous goods Routed trucks to various locations as needed.

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24. DOT

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Here's how DOT is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Maintained driver log according to DOT regulations and guidelines
  • Performed safety inspections according to DOT regulations.
  • Performed daily DOT mandated safety inspections.
  • Perform daily safety inspections and ensure proper operation of tractor and trailer as required by Department of Transportation (DOT).
  • Inspected tractor and trailer before and after each day's trip inspection to ensure the vehicle is with in DOT regulations.
  • Followed all DOT regulations at all times and always wore the proper PPE for chemical that I was working with.
  • Followed all applicable safety regulations and practices; trucks were in compliance with all DOT regulatory requirements for various States.
  • Perform all company and DOT Safety and Compliance measures to include: Work Monday through Friday and every other Saturday.
  • Read and write to ensure all State, Government, and DOT laws and company policies are being followed.
  • Comply with all of DOT regulations Help other drivers when needed Run back hauls Help out in warehouse when needed
  • Complied with all DOT and Company regulations, policies, and standards pertaining to fleet safety compliance.
  • Maintain the proper paper work for each type of load and be in compliance with DOT regulations.
  • Performed truck inspections before and after each shift, maintain daily log according to Federal DOT regulations.
  • Assured that truck meet all DOT regulatory requirements for various States and in accordance with legal.
  • Followed federal DOT regulations on safety of the vehicle, myself, and drivers on the road
  • Deliver product to destination without damages while being in compliance with safety regulations under DOT requirements.
  • Supervised and train inmate drivers to obtain CDL's, driver logs, and DOT regulations.
  • Obtain and follow all DOT laws pertaining to hours of service driving the tractor trailer.
  • Key responsibilities include; safely driving and maintaining all DOT regulations for a CDL driver.
  • Operated a Tractor/Trailer in a safe operating manner in accordance with DOT rules and regulations.

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25. Report Vehicle Defects

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

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26. Safe Operation

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Here's how Safe Operation is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Perform safe operations of tractor/trailer.
  • Fueled, inspected and maintained the safe operation of commercial tractor, trailers, cargo and equipment.
  • Performed minor fixes on work tractor as needed to ensure safe operation.
  • Perform ADOT inspection on tractors and trailers to ensure safe operation.
  • Full course study of safe operations of Tractors & Trailer
  • Delivered frozen and refrigerated foods to effectively pre-trip the tractor and trailer for safe operation and travel.
  • General knowledge of D.O.T rules and regulations in the safe operation and transportation of hazardous materials.
  • Inspect Trucks for safe operation and operating defects * Operate vehicles according to federal regulations.
  • Map reading and safe operation of commercial transport equipment .
  • Learned safe operation of 18 wheel tractor trailer Obtained Transportation Worker Identification Credentials (TWIC card)

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27. Radiator Fluid

average Demand
Here's how Radiator Fluid is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Serviced truck with oil, fuel and radiator fluid to maintain tractor- trailer.
  • Perform basic vehicle maintenance tasks, such as adding oil, fuel, or radiator fluid or performing minor repairs.
  • Performed basic vehicle maintenance; adding oil, fuel, and radiator fluid, and other minor repairs.
  • Perform basic vehicle maintenance tasks, such as adding oil, fuel, or radiator fluid or performing minor repairs.
  • Perform basic vehicle maintenance tasks, such as adding oil, fuel, or radiator fluid or performing minor repairs.
  • Preform basic vehicle maintenance tasks such as adding oil, fuel, and radiator fluid.

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28. LTL

average Demand
Here's how LTL is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Operated Tractor-trailer in Tri-State area for one of the premier LtL carriers in the country.
  • Dry van deliveries of LTL and Truckload freight to both large and small companies.
  • Pick up and delivery of LTL general commodities throughout the Springfield Missouri region.
  • Drive cabinets and other LTL loads across the west coast.
  • Serviced and maintained LTL accounts.
  • Picked up and delivered LTL freight locally and in New York City, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Vermont.
  • Deliver LTL products to the metro NYC andPhiladelphia areas.
  • drive 48 and 53 ft dry vans and also double and triples all ltl freight
  • Unloaded/loaded trucks Tractor and Trailer operator P&D LTL

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29. Safety Inspections

low Demand
Here's how Safety Inspections is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Performed all the safety inspections on the tractor and the trailers before and after every trip.
  • Performed all the safety inspections on the enclosed tractor / trailer on a daily basis.
  • Completed all required safety inspections before and after trips.
  • Conduct daily safety inspections of Vehicles.
  • Performed daily pre-trip and safety inspections.
  • Preformed safety inspections on a daily basis, completed daily work tickets and maintained, and pre and post trip inspections.
  • Perform all pre-trip and post-trip safety inspections of vehicle.
  • Performed pre and post trip safety inspections.
  • Completed pre and post-trip safety inspections.
  • Performed vehicle safety inspections and minor repairs to ensure the propermaintenance and appearance of company vehicles.

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30. New Drivers

low Demand
Here's how New Drivers is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Trained and managed new drivers and achieved significant improvements in their productivity.
  • Train and help supervise new drivers Maintain a professional work relationship with company, managers, and staff.
  • Train new drivers to receive petroleum loading cards and to become class a transport drivers.
  • Trained new drivers to familiarize with loading areas, log procedures and company processes.
  • Trained new drivers on new routes and existing safety rules and regulations.
  • Trained four new drivers as a Webster Certified Driver Trainer.
  • Trained and mentored new drivers along with administering road tests.
  • Train new drivers on all aspects of the industry.
  • Trained new drivers for employment with company.
  • Train new drivers in accordance with FMCSA regulations
  • Trained new drivers into the division.
  • Assisted in orientation with new drivers.
  • Mentored and trained new drivers.
  • Trained and managed 10 new drivers Inventoried and inspected goods to be moved, in order to determine quantities and conditions.
  • Multi-tasked various responsibilities, including supervising other drivers and training new drivers in proper driving techniques for roll off trucks.

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31. Job Site

low Demand
Here's how Job Site is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Deliver trailer (medical unit) to job site, set up & level unit for patients treated that day.
  • Observe safety rules and regulations at customer job sites, facilities, as well as other HERC facilities.
  • Deliver shingles, siding, and other various building materials to job sites with flatbed tractor/trailer.
  • Build loads for delivery to customers, delivered lumber to job sites over established route.
  • Executed daily operations of delivering roll off boxes to job sites.
  • Job Duties: Hauling wide-loads to job sites for landscaping
  • Haul aggregate materials from source pit to job sites.
  • Assisted with common work responsibilities upon the job site.
  • Haul equipment with a low bow to job sites
  • Transport materials from job sites to assigned destinations.
  • Job Duties: Hauling Cement Walls to job site
  • Transport materials to various job sites.
  • Deliver water utility products to job sites and other branches - backup for shipping/ receiving and inventory accountability
  • Operated Class 7 Semi thats used to transport 1500 gallons of water to and from the job site.
  • Hauled and managed equipment in a secure and expert manner on public roadways and various job sites.
  • Loaded and offloaded rental equipment Hauled equipment to various job sites Maintained delivery truck and trailer
  • Dump truck Driver *Deliver material to various job sites Through Central Virginia *Unload materials from Flatbed Hauler
  • transport bulldozer, backhoe, skidsteer, to job sites .
  • Haul material,sand,rock,asphalt to job site.PTI,Keep accurate dailey log.

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32. Tri-State Area

low Demand
Here's how Tri-State Area is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Deliver Merchandise around tri-state area.
  • Provided short and long distance trips tri-state area of District Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.
  • Operated contracted semi truck, delivering silage for corporate dairies throughout tri-state area.
  • Scheduled meetings with potential customers throughout the tri-state area to establish new business.
  • Delivered and picked up freight in the tri-state area to designated locations.
  • Pick up and delivering to UPS Hubs in the Tri-State Area.
  • Haul petroleum based products to customers in the tri-state area.
  • Transport garbage to landfills down state and tri-state areas.
  • Deliver products to various locations throughout the tri-state area.
  • Delivered mattresses and box springs to the tri-state area.
  • Deliver and pick-up freight from tri-state areas; i.e.
  • Delivered dry products to the tri-state area.
  • Maintain volume accounts in the tri-state area.
  • Delivered hospital linen in the tri-state area.
  • Delivered containers to destination * Map reading * Covered Tri-State area
  • Transport of Frozen, Dairy, Produce and Butcher meat to tri-state area Shipping and Receiving
  • Drive routes for cardboard bail pick-ups through out tri-state area.
  • deliver trailers to various areas in the tri-state area.
  • Delivered loads to Shoprite stores throughout the tri-state area.
  • Deliver to restaurants in the tri-state area, unload trailer Using two wheel dolly

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33. Dangerous Goods

low Demand
Here's how Dangerous Goods is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Audit all international, domestic, and dangerous goods paperwork.
  • Trained to transport dangerous goods Operated 18-wheeler truck.
  • Followed safety precautions when transporting hazardous/dangerous goods from one destination to the other.
  • Transported dangerous goods in accordance with safety regulations and procedures.
  • Unloaded freight to assure safety and minimize risk of damaged and dangerous goods.
  • Trained to transport dangerous goods safely; hauled various petroleum products.

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34. Customer Locations

low Demand
Here's how Customer Locations is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Maintain flexibility and observe all safety regulations at customer locations.
  • Drive to various customer locations to load corn, soybeans, soybean meal, dried distillers grain solubles.
  • Manage pick-up & delivery of liquid chemicals at various customer locations, with Safety as #1 Priority.
  • Pull various types of freight from warehouse distribution centers to customer locations in Florida and Southeast Georgia.
  • Transported freight, parcels, and air cargo from airport to company and customer locations.
  • Drive Roll off truck hauling dumpsters to and from customer locations and dump locations.
  • Job Duties: Deliver general commodities freight to customer locations throughout eastern United States.
  • Deliver Chemicals to variuos customer locations
  • Job Duties: Deliver dedicated freight for Anheuser Busch brewery to customer locations throughout eastern United States.

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35. Drive Trucks

low Demand
Here's how Drive Trucks is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Operate and drive trucks with three or more axles to transport goods and materials to destinations over urban and inter-urban routes.
  • Drive trucks with tractor-trailer combinations, to transport and deliver products, or other materials.
  • Drive trucks with capacities greater than three tons.
  • Drive trucks to deliver products, freight, or other material in 53 foot tractor trailers and/or double 28' trailers.
  • Drive trucks with capacities greater than 3 tons including tractor trailer combinations to deliver products' livestock' or other materials
  • Drive trucks over the road (OTR) Make truck deliveries Receive load assignments from quail comm.

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36. Electrical Lines

low Demand
Here's how Electrical Lines is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Connected air hoses/electrical lines & installed/removed tire chains.
  • 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, installed and removed tire chains and manually cranked dolly wheels.
  • Couple and uncouple trailers, connecting or disconnecting air and electrical lines and manipulating fifth-wheel locks.
  • Connected and disconnected the air brakes and electrical lines.
  • Connected air hoses and electrical lines and manually cranked dolly wheels.

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37. Vehicle Inspections

low Demand
Here's how Vehicle Inspections is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Performed 120 point daily maintenance vehicle inspections according to company guidelines.
  • Coordinate vehicle inspections and repairs and troubleshoot vehicle malfunctions on the road to the best of my ability.
  • Coordinated vehicle inspections and repairs as well as troubleshoot vehicle malfunctions on the road.
  • Perform DVIR vehicle inspections at the beginning, and end of my shift.
  • Managed all aspects of fleet maintenance, vehicle inspections, and DMV requirements.
  • Conducted regular vehicle inspections and issued written reports regarding the same.
  • Performed emergency road repairs as required; completed vehicle inspections pre-trip and post-delivery.
  • Travel, Transportation and Tourism Cross-Country Driver Relays Com Data Logging Vehicle inspections Manifests Routing and Mapping

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38. Timely Delivery

low Demand
Here's how Timely Delivery is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Plan route to ensure timely delivery to commercial and residential customers.
  • Ensured the proper loading/unloading and timely delivery of products.
  • Provide timely delivery and pickup of critical shipments.
  • Provided timely delivery and pursue package-handling measures.
  • Ensured timely delivery of freight; completed all necessary documents, order forms and paperwork.
  • Performed safety checks on equipment, safe and timely delivery of products to customers.
  • Ensured timely delivery of merchandise to stores.

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39. General Freight

low Demand
Here's how General Freight is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Picked - up and delivered general freight to customers in the five county areas.
  • Provide local delivery and pickup of general freight in the Chicago, IL area.
  • Transported general freight all over the east coast of the United States.
  • Operated vehicles with air brakes to transport general freight and household goods.
  • Dispatched out of Greer, SC terminal to haul general freight.
  • General Freight handling and fork lift operator for pickups and deliveries.
  • Transport general freight intrastate in California in a tractor trailer, comply with DOT regulations, experience with Qualcom system.
  • drive a tractor trailer over the road 48-states home on the weekends we deliver general freight
  • Delivered general freight trailers to processing termianals in NJ, PA.
  • General freight transportation through out Georgia and Alabama.
  • General freight transportation through out the 48 states.
  • Fuel Tank) Hauling the General Freight
  • Deliver groceries and general freight in 48 to 53' trailers.Perform all duties and responsibilities as per the FMCSR.
  • Transported general freight * Loaded and unloaded general freight * Kept precise and accurate paperwork
  • Unload and loaded trucks Accomplishments Delivering general freight at a timely manner.
  • General freight Route planning Vehicle Weight 15,000 - 80,000 lb.
  • rehired Delivered general freight throughout Florida Responsible for maintaining equipment Loading/unloading fright

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40. GPS

low Demand
Here's how GPS is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Utilized GPS device to plan routes for the delivery of goods and services to different suppliers.
  • Learned how to use the navigation system and GPS.
  • Maintain communication with dispatcher via GPS capable cellular phones.
  • Maintain constant communication with central dispatch by on board computer, GPS, and truck mounted cellular phone.
  • Transport Cargo Handing Paper Work GPS mapping of route
  • Followed GPS directives and maintained in constant communication with dispatch when necessary.

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41. Trailer Jack Positions

low Demand
Here's how Trailer Jack Positions is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Coupled and uncoupled trailers by changing trailer jack positions, connecting and disconnecting air and electrical lines and manipulating fifth-wheel locks.

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42. Truck Condition

low Demand
Here's how Truck Condition is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Inspected truck for defects before and after trips and submitted report indicating truck condition.
  • Submitted report indicating truck condition.
  • Inspected truck before and after trips and submitted report indicating truck condition.
  • Inspected truck before and after trips and submits report indicating truck condition.
  • Obtained customer's signature and collected payment for services.Inspected truck before and after trips and submitted report indicatingtruck condition.

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43. Dry Goods

low Demand
Here's how Dry Goods is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Operated a tractor trailer, over-the-road, throughout the United States, parts of Canada, and Mexico delivering dry goods.
  • Delivered meats, produce and dry goods to various supermarkets and grocery stores in a safe and timely fashion
  • Transported dry goods and hazardous material to multiple stops in the New York City area daily.
  • Transport dry goods east coast regional home weekends, averaging 10k miles a month.
  • Deliver frozen food and dry goods to customers by way of tractor trailer
  • Ensured timely delivery of produce and dry goods to numerous supermarkets.
  • Deliver frozen and dry goods by way of a 55ft tractor trailer
  • Transported refrigerated goods and also dry goods through 40 + states.
  • Handled and transported dry goods to various Companies throughout 48 states.
  • Operate an 18-wheeler to transport frozen and dry goods.
  • Haul dry goods throughout southeast and central U.S.
  • Delivered dry goods and frozen food products
  • Transport containers of dry goods class A tractor trailer, Interstate transporting farm equipment by class A flat bed truck
  • Lumber Steel Dry Goods Sand/Gravel Refuse Soil Produce OilHauling performed in Rhode Island, Greater BostonArea, and the East CoastEquipment

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44. CB

low Demand
Here's how CB is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Operated equipment such as, CB radios and telephones to exchange necessary information with bases, supervisors and other drivers.
  • Applied excellent map reading and CB radio communication skills (not expert in CB jargon, however) Operated Qualcomm device.
  • 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.
  • Operate equipment, such as truck cab computers and CB radios.

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45. Delivery Schedules

low Demand
Here's how Delivery Schedules is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Communicated with customers to resolve any issues and delivery schedules.
  • Maintained requests for truck maintenance, delivery schedules, and customer issues to keep management informed of delivery operations.
  • Coordinated daily delivery schedules based on customer schedules, peak delivery times, and alternate routes.
  • Maintain daily route sheets, verify delivery schedules and loads.
  • Maintain perfect driving logs and records of delivery schedules.
  • Trained all drivers and routed all delivery schedules.
  • Provided excellent customer service.Met daily delivery schedules.
  • Plan routes and meet delivery schedules, Maneuevr trucks into loading or unloading positions.

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46. Osha

low Demand
Here's how Osha is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Maintained all certifications required by DOT, FMCSA, OSHA and company safety programs.
  • Complete on-time deliveries while adhering to DOT, OSHA and company safety protocols.
  • Prepared incident reports in compliance with company and OSHA safety requirements.
  • Ensured company's compliance with OSHA.
  • Prepared accident reports in compliance with company and OSHA safetyrequirements.
  • Plan safest & quickest route to arrive by set appt while following DOT & OSHA rules.
  • Completed 8-hour OSHA training Submitted a daily mileage log with trip sheet, fuel, maintenance and delivery documentation.
  • set up and organize commercial jobsites in compliance with all OSHA and DOT laws and regulations.
  • Perform basic safety checks pre-trip before and after duty post trip.Follow all DOT and OSHArules and guidelines was my priority.

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47. Building Materials

low Demand
Here's how Building Materials is used in Tractor-Trailer Driver jobs:
  • Delivered building materials to residential/commercial customers
  • Delivered building materials throughout New England
  • Worked in the warehouse, pulled work orders, load/unload truck, delivered building materials to commercial and residential areas.
  • Delivered lumber, fencing and roofing shingles and other building materials to Home Depot stores in NJ and PA.
  • Ensured timely delivery of building materials throughout the state of Florida; completed necessary forms and paperwork.
  • Pick up and delivery of a wide range of Building Materials and Special Machinery.
  • Operated Flatbed hauling building materials such as but not limited to concrete blocks.
  • Delivered materials varying from alcohol to building materials to New England businesses.
  • Delivered building materials to businesses, construction sites, and residences.
  • Deliver lumber and other building materials throughout the United States Reason for leaving: Lay off
  • Assisted In storecustomer with selection of building materials for their specific project.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Tractor-Trailer Driver

Delivery Instructions21.1%
Tractor-Trailer Combinations15.6%
Vehicle Service12.3%
OTR5.6%
Pre-Trip Inspections5.4%
Customer Service5.1%
Log Book4.1%
State Regulations4%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Tractor-Trailer Driver

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Delivery Instructions
Delivery Instructions
16.9%
16.9%
2
2
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
12.4%
12.4%
3
3
Vehicle Service
Vehicle Service
9.8%
9.8%
4
4
OTR
OTR
4.5%
4.5%
5
5
Pre-Trip Inspections
Pre-Trip Inspections
4.3%
4.3%
6
6
Customer Service
Customer Service
4.1%
4.1%
7
7
Log Book
Log Book
3.3%
3.3%
8
8
State Regulations
State Regulations
3.2%
3.2%
9
9
CDL
CDL
3.1%
3.1%
10
10
Traffic Laws
Traffic Laws
2%
2%
11
11
Hazmat
Hazmat
1.9%
1.9%
12
12
Pallet Jack
Pallet Jack
1.8%
1.8%
13
13
Safe Driving
Safe Driving
1.8%
1.8%
14
14
Reefer
Reefer
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Driver Log
Driver Log
1.6%
1.6%
16
16
Emergency Equipment
Emergency Equipment
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Applicable State
Applicable State
1.5%
1.5%
18
18
Repair Status
Repair Status
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
Qualcomm
Qualcomm
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
1.2%
1.2%
22
22
Weather Conditions
Weather Conditions
1.1%
1.1%
23
23
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
1%
1%
24
24
DOT
DOT
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Report Vehicle Defects
Report Vehicle Defects
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Safe Operation
Safe Operation
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Radiator Fluid
Radiator Fluid
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
LTL
LTL
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Safety Inspections
Safety Inspections
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
New Drivers
New Drivers
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Job Site
Job Site
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Tri-State Area
Tri-State Area
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Dangerous Goods
Dangerous Goods
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Customer Locations
Customer Locations
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Drive Trucks
Drive Trucks
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Electrical Lines
Electrical Lines
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Vehicle Inspections
Vehicle Inspections
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Timely Delivery
Timely Delivery
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
General Freight
General Freight
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
GPS
GPS
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Trailer Jack Positions
Trailer Jack Positions
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Truck Condition
Truck Condition
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Dry Goods
Dry Goods
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
CB
CB
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Delivery Schedules
Delivery Schedules
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Osha
Osha
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Building Materials
Building Materials
0.6%
0.6%

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