Top Truck Driver Class A Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Truck Driver Class A. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Truck Driver Class A resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.1% of Truck Driver Class A resumes contained Delivery Instructions as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Truck Driver Class A actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Truck Driver Class A 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 Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Collected delivery instructions - verifying routes.
  • Loaded and Unloaded Brand and Used Cars using hydraulics Maintained telephone and radio contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions.
  • 2.Selected the most efficient routes in compliance with delivery instructions and fuel policy.
  • Maintained radio and telephone contact with supervisor to receive updated delivery instructions or dispatched to new locations.
  • Maintain provided telephone contact with supervisor to receive expedited delivery instructions and to report any problems, issues or incidents.
  • Maneuver trucks into loading and unloading positions, collect and verify delivery instructions.

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2. Tractor Trailers

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Here's how Tractor Trailers is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Operated automatic and ten speed tractor trailers
  • Received practical training on emergency braking and steering techniques, and skid control using tractor trailers on their skid pad.
  • Drive everything from sedans, buses and troop transports to water/fuel tank trucks and semi-tractor trailers.
  • Lease driver that operated clients' tractor trailers, making local deliveries to their customers.
  • Operated dry box tractor trailers, maintained accurate log books for roadside inspections.
  • Hauled end dump tractor trailers with gravel, rock, and sand.
  • Operated tractor trailers delivering freight across Northeast Ohio and Pittsburgh PA.
  • Deliver farming supplies using tractor trailers, flat beds and box trucks
  • Used a Tractor Trailers Combination driving 53 Foot Long Trailers.
  • Drive tractor trailers or vans holding up to 40000 lbs.
  • Inspect and operate tractor trailers of various sizes.
  • Drive Tractor trailers to job sites as well as drive 10 wheeler and flat bed trailer with back hoes and excavators.
  • Drive long distances.Perform a variety of tasks on heavy-duty trucks, large construction vehicles, buses and tractor trailers.
  • Drive tractor trailers 53" to various customers through out the southeast region hauling frozen and perishable goods
  • Worked as Mechanic on fleet vehicles nd heavy equipment including cranes and excavators also drove tractor trailers
  • Delivered milk products to various stores using various straight trucks and tractor trailers .
  • Operate tractor trailers in a safe manner and follow company policies.
  • Experience handling dry van and 53' tractor trailers.
  • Drive tractor trailers otr and dedicated.
  • Pick up tractor trailers from Indianapolis, IN and drop off to Wayland, MI daily.

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3. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods and hazardous materials.
  • Followed safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods.
  • Practiced road and equipment safety procedures.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures to transport dangerous cargo and maintain logs of vehicle repair status and working hours.
  • Maintain clean driving record and follow all safety procedures for both summit and energy and contractors well sites.
  • Follow safety procedures for vehicle operation, including but not limited to safety inspections and seat belt use.
  • Obtained a wide knowledge of safety procedures while performing driving and materials handling tasks for HAZ-MAT Materials.
  • Trained new drivers the highway safety procedures/ and proper ways to maneuver a 53 Ft 102.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures and guidelines to help ensure truck met compliance and safety standards.
  • Learned proper maintenance and safety procedures to keep the truck in excellent running condition.
  • Hauled produce water from location to unloading station, practice safety procedures.
  • Adhered to safety procedures, always using caution in working around others.
  • Trained in Utah safety regulations Skills UsedApplied safety procedures and policies.
  • Complied with all safety procedures on and off site.
  • Practice all safety procedures and regulations at all times.
  • Drive truck and perform safety procedures.
  • Ensured cargo is secured properly compliant with safety requirements.Followed safety procedures for transporting hazardous goods.
  • Follow safety procedures for vehicle operation, getting information.Operate vehicles, inspecting equipment, and ensure cargo is safe.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting material to the job site Obtain receipts or signatures for delivery.
  • Check vechicles to insure proper SafetyFollow appropriate safety procedures Keep proper log w/ regulation requiresInspect loads to make sure cargo is secure

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4. Vehicle Inspections

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Here's how Vehicle Inspections is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Performed paperwork for customers and daily paperwork for vehicle inspections am mileage requirements.
  • Conduct regular vehicle inspections and document any discrepancies on trip logs/written reports.
  • Drive multiple types of tractor trailer combinations to pick up and deliver products for company, perform daily logs and vehicle inspections
  • End of shift vehicle inspections to determine what may need attention so that equipment is prepared for the next shift.
  • Performed daily vehicle inspections and driver E-log updates keeping all shipping papers in order and turned in on time.
  • Perform vehicle inspections daily and manage hours and drive time maintaining compliant with DOT HOS.
  • Conducted vehicle inspections to maintain the safety of the drivers, vehicle and cargo.
  • Perform daily vehicle inspections and paper driver log updates while providing excellent customer service.
  • Drive concrete mixer, clean truck daily and fill out daily vehicle inspections.
  • Performed vehicle inspections when picking up and at delivery of each vehicle.
  • Prepare paperwork, vehicle inspections, trip reports and logs.
  • Trip planning, load management, and vehicle inspections.
  • Conduct Vehicle inspections before and after trips.
  • Perform routine daily vehicle inspections.
  • Perform daily DOT vehicle inspections.
  • Perform daily pre-trip/post-trip vehicle inspections.
  • Required pre and post vehicle inspections, vehicle safety, and precision, DOT Rules and Regulations.
  • Performed pre-trip and post-trip vehicle inspections in accordance with procedures.
  • Complete pre and post vehicle inspections.
  • Performed pre- and post-trip vehicle inspections.

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5. OTR

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Here's how OTR is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Transport cargo from state to state, OTR 48 states to different companies, Drove a Tractor Trailer
  • Truck Driving Lower 48 States: OTR as well local and regional and dedicated runs.
  • Company went under and pay checks were bouncing, I pulled a reefer trailer OTR.
  • Started out working as a team driver on dedicated account then went OTR.
  • Delivered freight and Produce OTR from New Jersey to California and in between
  • Pull hopper bottom OTR tarp each load, interact with all the customers
  • Pulled 53 foot commercial dry van also was an OTR driver as well
  • Accepted the employment for Dedicated Dollar General Account route but was assigned OTR
  • Drive OTR picking up loads and deliver loads and dealing with customers.
  • Attended classroom training and completed over 25000 OTR team training miles.
  • Drive tanker trucks OTR making deliveries of various food grade liquids.
  • Delivered and picked up freight all over the country...OTR DRIVER
  • Pick up and deliver to vendors, occasional OTR runs.
  • Locate, pick-up, and delivery of containers OTR.
  • General dry van regional with some OTR open board.
  • Dedicated van freight and OTR step-deck out for 1-3 weeks
  • Operate in 48 States, OTR Commercial Truck Driver.
  • Dedicated OTR Truck Driver was home on the weekends.
  • Haul refrigerated product in reefers OTR; touch freight.
  • Drive OTR also run dedicated routes for swift transportation.

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6. Pre-Trip Inspections

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Here's how Pre-Trip Inspections is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Performed pre-trip inspections of assigned vehicle and reported immediately any concerns or problems.
  • Conducted thorough pre-trip inspections, and ensured required documentation accompanied deliveries.
  • Performed pre-trip inspections on all vehicles operated.
  • Key components are map reading, pre-trip inspections, obeying hours of service law, and E Log.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections; electronic log through Qual-Com; haul hazardous material, tankers and dry vans.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections; hauling containers to and from Alaska Marine Lines; operating multiple radio channels.
  • Complete daily pre-trip inspections, report all incidents, perform operator maintenance on tractor and trailer.
  • Make sure pre-trip inspections and the maintenance of the vehicle are up to standards.
  • Conducted daily pre-trip inspections according to a set check list and check load.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections and maintain logbooks to ensure compliance with federal regulations.
  • Complete pre-trip inspections required documentations invoices, billing, logs.
  • Conducted daily DOT pre-trip inspections per a set checklist.
  • Performed pre-trip inspections on vehicles that were operated.
  • Conducted pre-trip inspections on trucks.
  • Conducted daily pre-trip inspections maintaining DOT regulations Processed shipment documents with no discrepancies.
  • Processed shipment documents neatly and efficiently for each load Conducted daily DOT pre-trip inspections according to a set checklist.
  • Take refrigerated loads from point A to point B Pre-trip inspections
  • Handled pre-trip inspections & load securement.

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7. Dump Truck

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Here's how Dump Truck is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Dump truck operator specializing in delivery
  • Hauled rock and gravel to/from plant to customers, using end dump units, transfer units and/or 10-wheel dump trucks.
  • Dump truck driver;Secure and deliver cargo to desired location in a safe and timely manner.
  • Drive commercial end dump truck delivering rock, asphalt and construction products to contractors and other customers.
  • Operated tractor-trailer flatbed, articulating dump truck, and articulating tanker in TVA Kingston Ash Recovery Project.
  • Operate vehicles used in the construction industry such as the forklift, mixer, dump trucks.
  • Concrete Truck, dump truck and Asphalt hot box driver with in a 50 mile radius.
  • Consisted of driving dump truck working alongside street sweepers cleaning subdivision streets for spring/fall clean-ups.
  • Drive hauling anything from rock in a dump truck to liquid in a tanker trailer.
  • Operated 10-wheel dump trucks for a landfill cover project in New Hampton, NY.
  • Operate heavy equipment such as bulldozer, Track Hoe, Dump truck, Skid Loader
  • Moved product from mine to mill in dump truck and drove over-the-road bulk tankers.
  • Operate low-boy, drop deck, flatbed, dump truck and end dump trailer.
  • Dump truck driver, also haul equipment with low boy trailer and road tractor
  • Drive dump trucks, hauling asphalt, unloading into an asphalt paving machine.
  • Trained four employees in operating dump trucks, following routes and safety standard.
  • Hauled dump trucks with road base, asphalt, and sand and gravel.
  • Utilize dump trucks, end dumps, and belly dumps to deliver product.
  • Drive concrete truck, dump truck, and semi end dump trailer.
  • Drove/operated roll-off container trucks among other class a and b dump trucks/trailer trucks

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8. CDL

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Here's how CDL is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Studied CDL books, rented a semi and took required tests to obtain a Class A CDL license.
  • Hold a valid CDL Class A License, Industrial Lift Truck Certification, and current Medical Card.
  • Company oriented, focused, dependable, reliable CDL A Class Truck Driver with substantial on-the-road experience.
  • Obtained CDL while employed with this company; began driving truck after approximately first year of employment.
  • Hold Class A CDL license and have experience transporting refrigerated goods and dry van bulk materials.
  • Required to obtain a commercial driver's license (CDL) from the State in Florida.
  • Operate class A CDL truck and Hopper trailers to inform customers with grain other Melissa miscellaneous
  • Obtained Class B CDL License and operated Roll off and Front end loader garbage trucks.
  • Maintained current Military Class A CDL with Hazardous Materials and Doubles and Triples endorsements.
  • Drive class a CDL truck and make deliveries to customers anywhere in the country.
  • Obtained my CDL License however I have no behind the wheel training after graduation
  • Maintain a CDL class A license and up to date CDL medical card.
  • Started schooling at Prime Inc. to become a class A CDL Truck driver.
  • Maintained CDL driver license along with keeping an accurate log of travel.
  • Worked with a friend of mine who helped me obtain my CDL-A.
  • Obtained a Class A CDL Drivers License Over the road tractor-trailer driver.
  • Obtain CDL Class A License with endorsements for all except Hazardous Materials.
  • Have continued to maintain a flawless driving record on my CDL license.
  • Accepted the Employment for Dedicated local CDL route but currently OTR
  • Drive family farm CDL truck for moving hay etc.

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9. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Provided excellent customer service by delivering loads in a timely and efficient manner with minimal delays.
  • Provide excellent customer service when delivering and comply with all Department of Transportation Regulations.
  • Performed high quality customer service protocol and convey any complaints to the management immediately.
  • Helped to maintain good relationship between Company and Customers by providing excellent customer service.
  • Provided customer service to all delivery accounts, safeguarding customer satisfaction and relationships.
  • Deliver materials to commercial and residential sites - Yard work/Warehouse, including customer service
  • Provided customer service and effective communication for a seamless loading and unloading process.
  • Provided quality customer service delivering household goods in a professional and timely manner.
  • Provide good customer service to all customers and representing the company professionally.
  • Possess professionalism, problem solving ability and excellent customer service skills.
  • Provide courteous customer service to all dedicated & non-dedicated accounts.
  • Delivered superior customer service while transporting customer's products nationwide
  • Provide outstanding customer service during the delivery.
  • Establish to maintain excellent customer service relationships.
  • Provide exceptional customer service to freight recipients.
  • Provide quality and timely customer service.
  • Established and maintained excellent customer service.
  • Collected payment and provided customer service.
  • Maintain daily logs and excellent customer service
  • Inventory maintenance, great customer service

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10. Log Book

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Here's how Log Book is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Delivered Campbell Soup products to various warehouses in local area, yard hostler, maintained log book and executed browser communications.
  • Keep log books, proper fuel use records, notify mechanic of issues with tractor/trailer found in daily inspections.
  • Maintain and follow Department of transportation (DOT) hours of service log book, rules and regulations.
  • Complete inspection reports for out-going and returned equipment; completing log book and trip sheets meeting all D.O.T.
  • Perform safety check prior to each delivery, maintain accurate log book, and have current medical card.
  • Record hours of service in log books, keep track of expenses, and perform vehicle inspiration.
  • Deliver loads in a quick but safe manner, keep accurate log book, safe driving.
  • Maintained daily log books, completed daily inspection reports, and scheduled my truck for maintenance.
  • Up keeping and inspecting equipment to DOT spec, up keeping log books and invoices.
  • Maintain log book reflecting customer locations and distances traveled, staying within the DOT regulations.
  • Managed paperwork, log books, loaded and unloaded freight, properly tied down loads.
  • Learned to keep a log book and scheduling was a must for deliveries on time.,
  • Make sure log books are kept in order, keep paperwork in order for customers.
  • Keep and maintain a log book for both local and over-the-road tractor trailer driving.
  • Maintain accurate log books, verify and maintain the reefer temperature while in transit.
  • Maintained a log book and kept all paperwork on truck up to date.
  • Confirmed weight distribution was correct, kept daily inspection report and log book.
  • Maintained an accurate log book of both deliveries and DOT mandated grid log.
  • Deliver Coca Cola to warehouses* wanted me to run illegal without log book *
  • Learn how to complete log books and read maps and plan trips.

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11. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Delivered materials to customer job sites, ensuring order accuracy and product quality.
  • Move company's equipment from different job sites, and transport material to job sites as well on flat bed trailer.
  • Received from dispatch invoices for materials, directions to job site and any special instructions and followed them to the detail.
  • Job duties require drivers to safely deliver building material to job sites and unload using a spider lift or dump bed.
  • Haul aggregate to and from job sites in a safe and timely manner making sure tickets are sign and delivered.
  • Deliver Building materials to a customer's place of business or to a job site while providing excellent customer service.
  • Drive concrete mixer trucks to and from various job sites as directed by the project foreman, or supervisor.
  • Job description: Loading steel beams and delivering to job sites, production of steel beams, warehouse paperwork.
  • Work closely with a crane operator to load heavy equipment onto trailers and transport to new job site.
  • Hauled heating and air units to job sites as well as help repair, service and install units.
  • Deliver, relocate and remove units from job sites, hauling all products from storage containers to wide-loads.
  • Operate excavator to load truck with sand, stone and dirt, than haul to job site.
  • Operated Truck in safe and professional manner on public highways and at various job sites when delivering.
  • Haul sand and gravel from job site to pit using dump truck, belly dump and side dump
  • Transported Heavy Equipment to various job sites and assisted with chipping of trees and transported to pulp mills
  • Transport construction product to job sites, maintain equipment, build relationships with customers for repeat business.
  • Utilize a 20-ton forklift to piggyback trailers, transport said trailers to new job site and unload.
  • Exported/Imported material via dump truck at job sites, hauled equipment from job sites to truck yard.
  • Delivered rock or sand to job site and hauled contaminated soil out of the job site.
  • Worked job site doing concrete work such as pouring concrete with wheel barrel and shoveling concrete.

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12. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Delivered fuel driving 18 wheel tanker poses a Class A CDL with Tanker and HazMat endorsements.
  • Obtained and holds HazMat, double/triple trailer, and tanker endorsements.
  • Load and unload Liquid HazMat.
  • Transport HAZMAT Liquids in tanker.
  • Transported HAZMAT materials to various locations with a demonstratedability to navigate thick city traffic.
  • Log Book compliance with Federal Regulations Homeland security and Hazmat endorsements.
  • Performed daily deliveries of hazmat water treatment chemicals.
  • Renewed Hazmat qualifications during this time.
  • Ensured delivery of Product to customers Skills Used Hazmat certification, customer service, timely deliveries, etc
  • Attended CDL Training courses for a period of 5 weeks, with training in Tankers and Hazmat.
  • Worked closely with local oil refineries and conducted various pipeline / emergency hazmat response clean-ups.
  • Box & Reefer Trailers/Hazmat Loads/All Weather Driving/Bills of Laden/No accidents/100% on time delivery.
  • Team Driver with my Husband- Hauling doubles- I have a set run.- hauling hazmat
  • Hauled oilfield equipment including over-sized loads and hazmat to and from locations.
  • Have doubles, triples and tanker endorsements as well as hazmat.
  • Haul types of how and sometimes liquids requiring hazmat endorsement.
  • Experience Class A Hazmat Tanker, Double and Triple trailers.
  • Followed proper SOP, HSE, DOT and Hazmat regulations.
  • Own operator over the road hauling hazmat (acids).
  • Operated a semi trailer with a hazmat and tanker endorsement.

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13. Safe Driving

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Here's how Safe Driving is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Performed safe driving techniques and followed company procedures.
  • Received quarterly safety bonus and safe driving certificate.
  • Maintain excellent safe driving skills and behaviors, and safe work skills and behaviors at all times.
  • Follow and maintain safe driving strategies and rules to ensure the safety of myself and other drivers.
  • Work safely by wearing proper PPE, safe driving, and operating within the DOT guidelines.
  • Deliver and pick up loads on time Accomplishments100% on time delivery and safe driving.
  • Have safely logged over 100,000 safe driving miles with 0 accidents or tickets.
  • Provided safe, dependable, and punctual transportation with a safe driving record.
  • Delivered food products to restaurants safely 300-600 boxes a day and safe driving
  • Maintain a safe driving speed and to deliver to customers at expected time
  • Maintained safe driving record, always giving first priority to safely.
  • Offered a safe driving record and proficiency in 18-wheeler operations.
  • Keep truck properly maintained and followed all safe driving regulations.
  • Received several certificates for safe driving for several years.
  • Maintain Safe Driving habits for public and personal safety.
  • Utilized safe driving skills.hauled all types of freight.
  • Maintain truck and inspect it for safe driving.
  • Maintain safe driving practices to ensure timely delivery.
  • Maintain safe driving habits at all times.
  • Maintained over a million miles safe driving.

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14. Pickup

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Here's how Pickup is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Perform deliveries, pickups throughout greater Charlotte Metropolitan and surrounding areas.
  • Perform pickup and delivery service on designated assignment.
  • Deliver and pickup products for customers
  • Experienced driving a variety of vehicles that include pickup, carryall, trucks up to 42 tons (84,000 lbs).
  • Handled all forms of LTL freight and utilized carts, forklifts and lift-gate equipped trailers to pickup and deliver cargo.
  • Block, level and anchoring of the trailers during delivery, removal of blocking material and anchoring during pickup.
  • Provided on-time pickup/delivery of building materials, steel, and other products on a flatbed class A tractor trailer.
  • Operate truck in safe and precise manner to pickup transport and deliver various aggregates throughout predetermined routes.
  • Place pallets inside stores and make sure counts and paperwork for deliveries and pickups are properly completed.
  • Route driver for the pickup and delivery of just in time freight for Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana.
  • Make all my deliveries and then make pickups at customer locations on way back to the terminal.
  • Make any load pickups or back hauls for return shipments to company warehouse for product distribution.
  • Drive to multiple locations to pickup loaded trailers and drop the loaded trailer at multiple locations.
  • Drive tractor trailer for delivery s and 1 tomorrow pickups fused poly pipe followed all dot laws
  • Operate tractor trailer tanker to pickup grease for multiple food venues and food chains.
  • Plan trips to determine fuel and rest stops while maintaining pickup and delivery schedules.
  • Logged approximately 500 travel miles and 100 business pickups on average per week.
  • Ensured timely pickup and delivery of freight and made necessary adjustments as needed.
  • Inspect, measure the temperature and sample the milk at pickup site.
  • Deliver and pickup freight in the southeast and Midwest and out Texas.

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15. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Deliver and pick up heavy equipment and heavy equipment operator
  • Truck driver and heavy equipment operator for logging company
  • Haul heavy equipment and preform preventative maintenance on equipment
  • Haul heavy equipment, maintain land around track and clean right of way track areas.trim trees round right of way track
  • Run and operate various types of heavy equipment/ such as front end loaders and track loaders depending on the tasks.
  • Perform light mechanical maintenance when needed as well as routine maintenance on all heavy equipment and trucks.
  • Operated tractor trailer, moved heavy equipment on land doll trailer, 48 foot and 53 foot.
  • Drive semi truck with 50 ton transport trailer to transport heavy equipment to and from work site.
  • Pulled lowboy to move heavy equipment such as dual wheel skitters, track cutter, etc.
  • Operated different types of heavy equipment, transported heavy equipment, stone, asphalt, etc.
  • Haul heavy equipment to job sights with a drop deck low boy trailer and a rollback truck
  • Truck Driver hauling flatbed / pneumatic tank / and heavy equipment for different oilfield company's
  • Assist Mechanics with maintenance and repairs of Trucks and Heavy Equipment in driving down time.
  • Loaded and unloaded trucks using heavy equipment, delivered goods from one company to another.
  • Delivered tractor trucks to the owner's lot and hauled heavy equipment on flatbed trailer.
  • Dedicated route, non-dedicated assignments, safely operate heavy equipment while not on the road
  • Drive semitrailers, operate crane in pipe line, and run other heavy equipment.
  • Haul light and heavy equipment, machinery tools for residential, and commercial construction.
  • Operated heavy equipment (transported) solid waste transport trailers and diesel trucks.
  • Operated mechanical devices such as tippers and various types of heavy equipment.

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16. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Drive trucks to weigh stations before and after loading and along routes, in compliance with Federal and state regulations.
  • Operate a Class A Tractor/Trailer combination or straight truck safely and in compliance with DOT and state regulations.
  • Comply with federal and state regulations as well as with company policies and procedures.
  • Complied with all state regulations on logs and weight of transports.
  • Maintained records in accordance with federal and state regulations.
  • Maintained log in accordance to federal and state regulations.
  • Ensured all federal and state regulations were adhered to.
  • Sustained truck log according to federal and state regulations.
  • Adhered to DOT and state regulations.
  • Maintained records required by federal and state regulations consulted shipping papers to check nature of the load and for Hazardous Materials.
  • Cunducted DOT based inspections and insured vehicle was in full compliance with Federal and State Regulations.

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17. Traffic Laws

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Here's how Traffic Laws is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Transported and delivered supplies and equipment from the warehouse while obeying all traffic laws on a designated route.
  • Maintained current knowledge and compliance with traffic laws as they pertain to the trucking equipment operation.
  • Observed all traffic laws and safety regulations while collecting oil for the company.
  • Deliver product on time while abiding by all traffic laws.
  • Follow traffic laws, company procedures, and safety regulations.
  • Plan trip logistics and adhere to appropriate traffic laws.
  • Obey all traffic laws in related to D.O.T.
  • Follow all traffic laws from state to state.
  • Obey traffic laws, and follow establish traffic and transportation procedures Perform deliveries throughout local region in southern California
  • Schedule appointments for loading/unloading of truck.Follow company procedures, safety regulations, and traffic laws.
  • Assisted in sequencing routes to make more cost and time efficient Follow company procedures, safety regulations and traffic laws.
  • Update work log daily and track all deliveries * Follow company procedures, safety regulations and traffic laws.
  • Communicated with dispatcher by means of wireless devices and on-board computers * Followed all appropriate traffic laws
  • Obey all road traffic laws Loading and unloading goods onto a truck Using standard vehicle equipment like tail lifts, pallet trucks
  • beyed traffic laws, Transported liquids.

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18. Pallet Jack

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Here's how Pallet Jack is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Operated manual and automatic pallet jacks in organizing and safely positioning company products and materials.
  • Delivered and unloaded products using equipment including ramps, lift gates, pallet jacks, and other devices which assisted delivery.
  • Drive a strait truck deliver product to customers, load and unload my truck, use pallet jack and Dolly,
  • Unload product from trailer by using a pallet jack or hand cart, and place in designated customer storage areas.
  • Operated powered lift trucks, floor sweepers, pallet Jacks and forklift safely and with 0 percent incident rate.
  • Hand truck, pallet jack, power pallet jack as well as driving a forklift from time to time.
  • Hand unload freight by hand and unload freight with the use of a two wheeler or pallet jack.
  • Used Forklift, pallet jack, industrial hand cart to load/unload furniture & pallets onto trucks.
  • Handle paperwork from customers and sometimes checks, I do have forklift /pallet jack experience also warehouse
  • Assist with loading & unloading upon every pickup & delivery using an electric hand pallet jack.
  • Operated electric and manual pallet jacks, hand trucks, barrel trucks and more.
  • Truck tail end delivery, use of pallet jack and or chain and grabber.
  • Used pallet jacks, forklifts and trailer winch to get items off the truck.
  • Operated power lift trucks and pallet jacks to assist in unloading and loading trucks.
  • Operated many types of heavy equipment, forklifts, pallet jacks and backhoes.
  • Assist with loading and unloading of product using a Pallet Jack and forklift.
  • Load and unload truck using forklift, pallet jack, and/or handcart.
  • Use hand trucks and electric pallet jacks to load and unload product.
  • Operated various dollies, pallet jacks, and other loading equipment.
  • Operated fork lifts and pallet jacks (electric or manual).

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19. Unload Trucks

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Here's how Unload Trucks is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • 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.
  • Deliver loads to satellite plants, any distance, load and unload trucks with forklift.
  • Load and unload trucks, operate and deliver freight to various locations throughout the country
  • Deliver materials to customers, Load and unload trucks with forklift
  • Load and unload Trucks, put freight away in warehouse.
  • Load and unload trucks; forklift operation and making deliveries.
  • Opened valves and started pumps to load and unload trucks.
  • Load and unload trucks with packages for Amazon customers.
  • Load and unload trucks, Drive in all weather.
  • Load unload trucks, local semi deliveries, pull orders
  • Load and unload trucks on a daily bases.
  • Load and unload trucks in material yard.
  • Load and unload trucks using fork lifts.
  • Deliver Freight and unload trucks with forklift.
  • Operate forklift to load and unload trucks.
  • Load and unload trucks as assigned.
  • Required to load/unload trucks daily.
  • Load and unload trucks, dock work.
  • Load and unload trucks delivering groceries to Aldi stores in the evening in the Cleveland and Akron area.

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20. Tractor-Trailer Combinations

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Here's how Tractor-Trailer Combinations is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Drive trucks with capacities greater than 3 tons, including tractor-trailer combinations, in order to transport and deliver products.
  • Operated trucks with capacities greater than 3 tons, including tractor-trailer combinations including 53 foot tractor trailer.
  • Inspected loads to guarantee that cargo is secure for transport Trucks with capacities greater than 3 tons, including tractor-trailer combinations
  • Operated gasoline and diesel-powered, tractor-trailer combinations to deliver products and materials in liquid and packaged form.
  • Drive tractor-trailer combinations applying knowledge of commercial driving regulations to transport and deliver materials over long distance.
  • Operate various tractor-trailer combinations between company terminals and customer facilities or work sites within the terminal's geographic service area.

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21. Weather Conditions

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Here's how Weather Conditions is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Hauled double side dump trailers on and off road, in all weather conditions, 0 accidents, 0 tickets.
  • Oil field truck driver operating a vacuum tanker truck on and off road in extreme driving and weather conditions.
  • Planned long trips in order to mesh in breaks, fuel stops and weather conditions.
  • Accustomed to working under harsh weather conditions easily lift and carry more than 75lbs.
  • Route and fuel planning taking into account weather conditions, road conditions and terrain.
  • Drive class a truck in all road, traffic and weather conditions safely.
  • Maintained a strict route and time schedule in all weather conditions.
  • Unload and drove in severe weather conditions.
  • Worked outdoors in all weather conditions.
  • Experience driving in all weather conditions.
  • Protect freight from harsh weather conditions.
  • Operated various types of CDL A vehicles with various trailer combinations in various terrain and weather conditions with no accidents.
  • Keep clean and organized truck for maximum efficiency.Skills UsedDriving in all weather conditions in a safe and professional manner.
  • Drive tandem axle tractors with 45' reefer trailers throughout Oregon, Washington and California in all weather conditions.
  • worked hard by safely loading & unloading plumbing supplies single-handedly at numerous locations in various weather conditions
  • Operated a tractor with flatbed trailer while tarping and untarping during load in inclement weather conditions.
  • time management by always allowing enough time to compensate for traffic and weather conditions,calling whenever late.Skills Usedsafe driving.

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22. Qualcomm

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Here's how Qualcomm is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Experience with QualComm, Scanners and Manifests.
  • Prepared post trip inspection reports on dropped trailers and tractor as well as handling Qualcomm and e-log HOS entries.
  • Used Qualcomm computer for loads, directions, reports, and whatever was needed in my daily e-logs.
  • Use Qualcomm daily for directions, drive, off duty, on duty and sleep berth time.
  • Used maps, QualComm, Transflo and other tools to plan route and fuel stops.
  • Map tracking of destinations and kept accurate log books, Communicated using Qualcomm system.
  • Communicated with dispatch through the Qualcomm System on all pick ups and deliveries.
  • Learned how to use the qualcomm communication system (electronic log book).
  • Used QUALCOMM and GPS navigation to arrive at destinations in a timely manner.
  • Operated the Qualcomm, navigated trips, light book keeping, customer service.
  • Used a qualcomm to send macro messages, which also has e logs.
  • Use qualcomm for logging jobs, inspections of truck and trailer.
  • Maintained constant log updates, via Qualcomm electronic Log system.
  • Communicate with team on Qualcomm system and follow direction.
  • Operate and update the Qualcomm commercial truck computer system.
  • Preformed daily updates via electronic log book / qualcomm.
  • Check and send messages on Qualcomm.
  • Filed electronic daily logs/hours on Qualcomm.
  • Operate Qualcomm And monitor road conditions.
  • Communicate with dispatcher through qualcomm.

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23. Emergency Equipment

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Here's how Emergency Equipment is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Performed routine maintenance and repair to ensure that mechanical, safety and emergency equipment was in working order.
  • Checked vehicles to ensure that mechanical, safety and emergency equipment is in good working order.
  • Perform daily vehicle maintenance checks to ensure mechanical safety, and emergency equipment meet performance standards.
  • Performed safety check of vehicles before driving to ensure mechanical safety and emergency equipment in good working order.
  • Checked vehicle to ensure mechanical and emergency equipment safety.
  • Checked vehicles to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment operated properly.

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24. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Observed all Company safety rules & regulation especially in handling hazardous materials.
  • Ensured safe delivery of hazardous and non-hazardous materials.
  • Transport hazardous materials from distributor to customer.
  • Transport hazardous and non-hazardous materials.
  • Unload product and load empty chlorine containers for disposal in accordance with requirements and policies surrounding safe handling of hazardous materials.
  • Inspect and maintain truck and trailers, insure counts were right on manifest and bills of ladings, identifying hazardous materials.
  • Pull wide loads(tractors and machines) Drive service truck or tow service wagon full of hazardous materials.
  • Adhere to DOT hours of service requirements and properly placard the vehicle in accordance with DOT hazardous materials guidelines.
  • Transport dry goods, poultry, refrigerated products, hydrants, pipes and other hazardous materials.
  • Consulted shipping papers to check nature from load and hazardous materials.
  • Operate tank truck to transport hazardous materials to customers.
  • Handled transport of hazardous materials all throughout assigned areas.
  • Followed the company's procedures for hazardous materials.
  • Qualified to handle and transport hazardous materials.
  • Transport hazardous materials to various places.
  • Transport hazardous materials and chemicals by semi truck with 48 ft trailor throughout United States.
  • Handled time-sensitive freight,general goods, hazardous materials, and government shipments.
  • Truck driver transporting hazardous materials in tankers, vans, & rolloff containers.
  • Loaded and unloaded trrucks with hazardous materials such as butane, propane, and iso.

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25. DOT

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Here's how DOT is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Experienced with requirements of working in construction areas-Implemented safe driving practices to and from sites-Personally maintained the tractor trailer to DOT standards
  • Truck Driver delivering merchandise for Averitt-Dollar General, adhering to DOT regulations.
  • Followed company procedures and all DOT safety regulations.
  • Deliver products to designated locations according to DOT regulations
  • Transport loads to different states, Inspect the vehicle for defects and operating conditions satisfactorily demonstrate basic knowledge of Dot.
  • Represented company and resolved customer's issues on site, adhered to company safety policies and complied with USDOT regulations.
  • Complete scan, record, log all Company Bills of Lading, miles and follow all DOT regulations and guidelines.
  • Assigned to dedicated account for Phillip Morris *Delivered cigarettes between plant and warehouse *Adhered to all DOT rules and regulations
  • Make sure weights are legal, and inspect truck and trailer to make sure they both meet DOT requirements.
  • Plant regulations regarding safety and loading procedures, as well as DOT regulations regarding the transport of hazardous materials.
  • Maintain working knowledge of all DOT applicable laws and regulations concerning the operation of a Commercial on roadways.
  • Follow every safety rules regulations there is to be followed by The Department Of Transportation (DOT).
  • Drive a tractor trailer, manage time, and regulate paper work and logs to meet DOT requirements.
  • Make Deliveries, understand and abide by DOT regulations, daily paperwork, collect payments on occasion.
  • Completed driver log and trip report in compliance with DOT regulations, Over the Road; Team Driving
  • Confirmed condition of tractor and trailer using DOT requirements and reported any issues at each stopping location.
  • Complied with all DOT regulations, resolved any break down issues, illustrated promptness on delivery times.
  • Maneuver vehicle on the road ways maintaining safety and professionalism while adhering to DOT rules and regulations.
  • Followed procedures as required by DOTD and as required to maintain a commercial driver's license.
  • Perform DOT equipment inspections, hook/unhook trailers, and enter and exit the tractor and trailer.

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26. Safe Operation

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Here's how Safe Operation is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Performed daily safety inspection in accordance with Department of Transportation policy to ensure safe operation of vehicle.
  • Trained and proficient on safe operation and maintenance of a variety of hand and power tools.
  • Inspect commercial vehicles for safe operation and ensure they are in compliance with DOT standards
  • Performed secured & safe operations of the load and other assigned equipment.
  • Conduct safe operations of trucks and safe materials dumping within job sites.
  • Manage safe operations with tractor trailer and great backing skills.
  • Maintain safe operation and clean appearance.
  • Perform pre and post trip inspections to ensure safe operation of truck and mixer.
  • Maintain safe operation of truck and make deliveries in a timely manner
  • Trained new employees on the safe operations of a vaccum truck.
  • Maintain safe operation of vechicle and delivered loads in a timely manner
  • Completed task safely and timely Skills Used Safe operation of all equipment
  • Conduct pre-trip and post-trop of truck to ensure safe operation condition.

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27. Straight Truck

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Here's how Straight Truck is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Maintain and drive a 30 foot straight truck 6 days a week hauling mail for the United States Postal Service.
  • Check parts for quality load parts on straight truck according to manifest, made deliveries in a safe timely manor.
  • Drive straight truck with dump bed hauled rock, sand, limestone, asphalt, and construction rubble.
  • Operated tractor trailer and straight truck to deliver grain and livestock feed to local farms.
  • Drive straight truck on designated route to deliver ski and snowboarding equipment to retail locations.
  • Deliver produce to various stores warehouses and restaurants in a tractor trailer or straight truck.
  • Company Truck Driver of a Straight Truck OTR that I team with my husband.
  • Drive tractor trailer, straight truck, and pick up with and without trailer.
  • Load and deliver exterior building products on a flat bed straight truck to customers.
  • Drive truck and tanker or tank straight truck emptying manure pits at farms.
  • Operated various vehicles forklifts, straight trucks, tankers, box trucks.
  • Changed out box on interchangeable straight trucks for new load being shipped.
  • Deliver dry ice to customers driving a straight truck with box
  • Operate a straight truck to deliver dairy products to customers.
  • Drive straight truck and performed loading & unloading duties.
  • Operated lift gates and drove straight trucks.
  • Drive straight Truck OTR, still with company
  • Drive straight trucks or combination trucks.
  • work at the hatchery driving straight truck to breeder farms to pick up the eggs and haul back to the hatchery
  • Drive 24' Straight Truck and deliver parts for automobile construction in Ohio Michigan and Indiana.

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28. Vehicle Service

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Here's how Vehicle Service is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Maintain logs of working hours and of vehicle service or repair status.
  • Maintain logs of working hours or of vehicle service or repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Maintained logs of working hours,inspections, fuel consumption and vehicle service/repair status.
  • 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.
  • Maintained vehicle service, fueling and delivery records updated on respective inventories.

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29. Repair Status

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

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30. GPS

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Here's how GPS is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Chart out appropriate route using maps and GPS to maximize fuel economy, safety, and time commitments.
  • Plan or adjust routes based on changing conditions, using computer equipment or GPS systems.
  • Use GPS navigation software to determine most efficient route.
  • Learned to navigate Metro Atlanta without GPS device.
  • Map reading and GPS Navigation skills.
  • Operate in-truck GPS and computer.
  • Use of Commercial grade Maps and (GPS) to locate and route my day.
  • Use of maps and (GPS) to locate streets and use routes designated for (Commercial Vehicles.
  • Complete knowledge of Xata GPS, PeopleNet navigation systems.
  • Read of road maps and gps.
  • Coordinated with the cooler office when trucks were do to come back off the road per a gps tracking system.

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31. Owner Operator

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Here's how Owner Operator is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Company and owner operator driver.
  • Delivered loads of commercial goods across the United States as an owner operator.
  • Team driving with a senior driver (owner operator) and another student.
  • Worked for UPS through owner operator at Crawford and Cameron.
  • Truck Driver / Owner Operator, transported specialized heavy equipment.
  • Continued as an owner operator for two more years.
  • Worked for an owner operator as team driver.
  • Drive for owner operator Do pre trip and post trip inspection on trick.
  • Type TankerRate % of LoadReason for leaving: Rainy season and no loads for the owner operators
  • Worked with owner operator.Flatbed freight .Maintained paper logs.
  • truck driver,owner operator.maintained own truck,,step deck,flat bed,reefer

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32. Crude Oil

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Here's how Crude Oil is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Hauled crude oil for 10 of my 11 years of employment the other year I pulled roll off and end dumps
  • Worked to haul loads of multiple classes to include crude oil, condensate, and water.
  • Tank transport-retrieval of Petroleum Crude Oil from the Eagle Ford Shale region to designated oil receiving facilities
  • Transport crude oil from station to station in a safe and orderly manner.
  • Haul crude oil from production tanks in oilfield and deliver to holding tanks.
  • Haul crude oil safely to lack, and test quality of crude.
  • Picked up and delivered crude oil and various other waste products.
  • Hauled crude oil from various locations to pipeline injection points.
  • Tested crude oil/condensate for quality, temperature, and gravity.
  • Performed duties of loading and unloading crude oil.
  • Deliver Crude Oil within the State of California.
  • Haul Crude oil from location to yard.
  • Haul crude oil from field to unload facility
  • Pick up and deliver loads of crude oil
  • Drive gas and crude oil tanker.
  • Transported crude oil to/from lease sites.
  • Hauled crude oil was laid off
  • Haul crude oil to the assigned I.P.
  • truck driver loading and unloading crude oil from one tank haul it to another tank
  • Loaded crude oil/condensate from lease site storage tanks using lact.

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33. Auto Parts

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Here's how Auto Parts is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Deliver auto parts driving in a team position in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and California in a sleeper tractor trailer
  • Drive doubles to Cleveland, Oh to pick up auto parts and bring back to Charleston, WV for delivery.
  • Dedicated route 5 days a week 40 hours plus a week delivering auto parts to auto dealers.
  • Delivered auto parts on a just in time route for several major automotive plants.
  • Operated dry vans and flat beds trailers hauling auto parts, produce and misc.
  • Hauled used auto parts from Knoxville, Tn to just South of Atlanta daily.
  • Shuttled auto parts to Jeep and Chrysler manufacturing facilities.
  • Truck driver that deliver auto parts to retail stores.
  • Dedicated from OH/ MI to TX for auto parts delivery
  • Pick up and Deliver auto parts for dealerships
  • Deliver auto parts to Austin and Corpus.
  • Delivered Auto Parts to dealerships.
  • Transport auto parts to various plants
  • Load and unload auto parts.
  • Haul GM auto parts with T/T doubles
  • Shuttled auto parts to West Virginia Slip seated tractor and trailer to return to Cincinnati for distribution.
  • Drive 53' van trailer and deliver auto parts to GM plant.
  • Picked up and delivered auto parts for Chrysler and Freightliner.
  • Transported auto parts to Letohatchie, AL
  • delivered auto parts to stores.

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34. Different Locations

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Here's how Different Locations is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Delivered freight to different locations throughout New Mexico.
  • Delivered furniture to different locations for customers.
  • Deliver gravel to different locations.
  • Hauled various materials to different locations
  • Transport different chemicals to different locations
  • Drive oilfield equipment to different locations
  • Transported sand, mulch and contaminated dirt to different locations across the metropolitan area (MD, DC).
  • Operated a tractor trailer to 4 states delivering cement & fly ash to different locations.
  • Hauled vacuum bottle to different locations as needed, also hauled equipment to customers as needed
  • Loaded and hauled all types of oil field equipment to different locations as instructed.
  • Confirm delivery load and make multiple deliveries throughout the day to various different locations.
  • Transport Trailers to and from different locations in a safe and timely manner
  • Assist with moving equipment to different locations with a dolly converter.
  • Transported product to a variety of different locations.
  • Move products from different locations for processing.
  • Pick up and deliver shavings to different locations
  • Haul aggregate from divers plants to different locations
  • unload food by hand scan products pulling 2 trailers two different locations been driving trucks for 40yrs
  • Cement truck driver, deliver cement back and fourth to different locations.
  • haul salt water to different locations and dispose of salt water when needed

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35. Road Truck Driver

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Here's how Road Truck Driver is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • 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.
  • Worked as an Over the Road Truck Driver.
  • Job Duties: CDL Over The Road Truck Driver.
  • Obtained Class A cdl as an over the road truck driver.
  • Company Over the Road Truck Driver, until I got my own truck and became an Owner Operator.

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36. Walmart

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Here's how Walmart is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Delivered groceries to Walmart stores from distribution centers
  • Deliver dry and refrigerated to Walmart account
  • Hauled out of North Platte, Ne for the Walmart distribution center to Walmart stores all over the region.
  • Worked on dedicated accounts such as Goodyear, Walmart, and Home Depot doing local area deliveries.
  • Dedicated Walmart Account, regional/local delivery to stores in PA, MD, WV, and Virginia.
  • Deliver plants to customers such as Walmart, Home Depot, and other independent companies.
  • Accepted the Employment for Dedicated Walmart Account but was assigned to OTR
  • Deliver freight to Walmart stores in a safe and timely manner.
  • Worked on the Proctor & Gamble and Walmart dedicated accounts.
  • Deliver products to customer such as Walmart gas stations and hotels
  • Deliver from Walmart dc to Walmart retail stores.
  • Dedicated routes to Walmart in 5 different states
  • Truck Driver for 7 years with Walmart Transportation
  • Dedicated routes delivering to Walmart Stores.
  • Haul for Walmart and back hauls
  • Pull for the Walmart account.
  • Dedicated fleet (Walmart) in CA & NV
  • Delivered refridgerated products from WalMart distribution center to stores
  • Dedicated Delivered frozen/ Dairy/ Meat to Walmarts
  • Deliver product throughout the state of Florida to Walmart, Target, WaWa, 7-11 and various other stores.

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37. LTL

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Here's how LTL is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Pick up loads from customers and delivery to customers, dry food, LTL on a Dry Van 53
  • Deliver LTL products to as many as 12 to 15 stops.
  • Operate tractor trailer for LTL pick up for dedicated account
  • Hauled LTL freight to random businesses throughout Yellowstone County.
  • Dedicated run from Tennessee to California with LTL.
  • Deliver LTL* Went out Of Business *
  • Job Description: Ltl truck driver making local pick ups and deliveries using 53ft, 48ft, and doubles/triples dry vans.
  • Company has since ceased operations Duties driving LTL shipments over the 48 contiguous states, as a team driver.
  • Company sold and going out of business, work nights from Atlanta to brimingham delivered LTL FRIEGHT
  • Deliver LTL freight to customers in a 48' box van trailer with lift gate.
  • Truck driver LTL local deliveries to out of state deliveries KY. OH.
  • Transport a lot of Ltl loads throughout the Northeast.
  • Perform all duties of a local LTL truck driver including: Pick up and delivery of palitized and non palitized freight.
  • Performed line-haul,dedicated,LTL,and Just in Time service.
  • Transport hazardous materials Accomplishments Doing LTL made me a very good driver.
  • truck driver ltl freight and road work also dock work
  • truck driver and ltl freight delivery did daily inspection of tractor/trailer recieved a few driver of the year plaques
  • have run muti months otr multi weeks LTL and local / regional etc.

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38. Company Policies

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Here's how Company Policies is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Maintained delivery documentation in compliance with company policies.
  • Performed all duties in accordance with company policies and procedures and complied with all federal, state and local regulations.
  • Transport products to various locations while in accordance with all federal regulations, company policies and procedures.
  • Established contacts and business relationships with customers throughout the years to service them better within company policies.
  • Load, secure and haul heavy equipment in compliance with local and federal laws and company policies.
  • Reinforced and upheld Department of Transportation regulations, OSHA requirements, and company policies and procedures.
  • Follow all NGL Company policies during loading and unloading hazardous material.
  • Comply with all company policies, procedures and standards.
  • Uphold DOTregulations, OSHA requirements, and company policies and procedures.
  • Comply with D.O.T regulations (size, weight, route designations, parking as well as with company policies and procedures.

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39. Building Materials

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Here's how Building Materials is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Inventory ControlOrganized and maintained the inventory control of residential and commercial building materials and supplies.
  • Truck driver, delivered building materials, loaded trailers for delivery, operated power equipment
  • Delivered home building materials via semi-tractor trailer.
  • Pulled flatbed trailers loaded with building materials to customers in Tennessee, North Carolina, Kentucky, and South Carolina.
  • 2008Used van, half-van, curtain, flatbed truck to deliver building materials throughout state of Montana.
  • Route driver, delivering building materials to retail businesses on a 53 ft. flat bed trailer.
  • Delivered building materials, paper products retail merchandise, food and beverages throughout lower 48 states.
  • Load and unload various road building materials from numerous company sand and gravel sites.
  • Hauled primarily farm equipment, steel coils, chassis, lumber and building materials.
  • Delivered building materials via tractor trailer flat bed to lumber yards and other suppliers.
  • Load, deliver and unload building materials to businesses, builders and home-owners.
  • Truck driver delivering building materials to manufactured home plants in OR and WA.
  • Pick up and deliver equipment and building materials to all 48 and Canada
  • Hauled building materials and various types of steel along with coils.
  • Deliver building materials with a tractor trailer and piggyback forklift.
  • Flatbed driver transported lumber, steel and other building materials.
  • Learned various types of building materials.
  • Flatbed building materials, concrete block.
  • Operated 24 foot flat bed semi to deliver building materials Participated in efficient operation of warehouse
  • Drive flatbed with moffet forklift delivering building materials and box truck delivering appliances

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40. Applicable State

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

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41. Construction Sites

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Here's how Construction Sites is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Operated straight truck/flatbed/dump to deliver materials and equipment to construction sites.
  • Delivered and removed materials from construction sites.
  • Communicate consistently between construction sites.
  • Truck Driver CDL Class B with Tanker Endorsement Responsibilities SCHEDULED CEMENT DELIVERIES to residential and commercial construction sites.
  • Haul lumber on a flat bed and also cross trained in hauling trusses to construction sites.
  • Drive and operated dump truck, in and out of major construction sites.
  • Transported and unloaded limb to construction sites via semi truck and fork lift.
  • Delivered and serviced concrete and paint wash out bins to construction sites.
  • Hauled gravel, sand, and asphalt to different construction sites.
  • Maintain and operate dump truck on and off various construction sites.
  • Hauled granite, sand, and asphalt to various construction sites.
  • Delivered brick, block, and motor to construction sites.
  • Hauled gravel to road construction sites and stock piles.
  • Delivered steel products to various businesses and construction sites.
  • Stone and asphalt loads delivered to construction sites.
  • Load and unload mixed concrete at construction sites
  • Hauled sand and stone to construction sites
  • Transported aggregates to various construction sites.
  • Delivered to customers & construction sites.
  • Drive a truck with belly dump trailer,hauling asphalt from the plant to different road construction sites.

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42. Transport Goods

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Here's how Transport Goods is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Operated and drove 53 ft. tractor trailer in order to transport goods and materials to destinations in all 48 states.
  • Operated and drove manual transmission and automatic manual transmission trucks to transport goods and materials over long distances.
  • Operated a manually controlled forklift to transport goods and materials about a warehouse, or other establishment.
  • Transport goods and materials over land to and from manufacturing plants or retail and distribution centers.
  • Transport goods across United States in a safe and time efficient manor making on time deliveries
  • Transport Goods from port region to customer or from customer to the port area.
  • Transport goods from coast to coast abiding by state and national regulations.
  • Transport goods to customers in a safe and timely manner.
  • Operated semi-trailer to transport goods and materials over the road.
  • Transport goods over road to manufacturing plants and distribution centers.
  • Transport goods Safely and on time to various locations.
  • Transport goods across the Western Region covering 11 States
  • Transport goods from the United States to Canada.
  • Transport goods and materials to and from customers
  • Transport goods throughout the Northeast.
  • Transport goods over long distances.
  • Transport goods across the 48 states.
  • Planned trip logistics and obtained necessary documents to transport goods.Load and unload cargo.
  • Transport goods from vendors to consumers on our regional and local intermodal accounts
  • Transport goods to company stores in a 800 miles radius.

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43. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Followed all DOT rules and OSHA guidelines regarding handling and transporting of hazardous materials.
  • Load and unload building material following all organizational rules and OSHA guidelines.
  • Established and implemented OSHA guidelines related to handling and transportations hazardous materials.
  • Received my Class A CDL Combination vehicle licenses and my OSHA Certified forklift operating license also.
  • Operated trucks in accordance with OSHA/MSHA guidelines and company policy.Performed daily cleaning of vehicle and Equipment.
  • Fabricated anything needed for drivers routes, and Osha updates.
  • operate under all DOT, OSHA, State laws.
  • Learned shipping standards for osha, in the transportation of dangerous goods.Reason for leavingCompany declared bankruptcy.

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44. Customer Locations

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Here's how Customer Locations is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Delivered general freight to various customer locations throughout the Tri-State Area and also assisted with unloading containers/trailers.
  • Delivered products to customer locations as scheduled and as requested.
  • Deliver various types of metals to customer locations
  • Delivered food to customer locations.
  • Maintain trip logs reflecting customer locations and distance traveled, as well maintain in compliance with DOT regulations.
  • Deliver liquid and dry fertilizer to customer locations and to Applicators in the field safely and efficiently.
  • Go to customer locations and load hazardous waste using vac tanker and deliver to disposal sites.
  • Pick up trailers move them from dock to dock also make delivery to different customer locations.
  • Involved supervising 5 temp workers at customer locations along with employees from other trucking companies.
  • Pick up grain deliveries from customer locations and deliver safely and efficiently to ADM elevator.
  • Operate tractor trailer and pull orders for delivery and wheel crates of product into customer locations
  • Delivered loads from the NJ/NY pier and rail yards to various customer locations.
  • Maintained trip logs reflecting customer locations and distance traveled and fuel costs.
  • Load and unload fuel and oil at customer locations.
  • Haul loads of rock to customer locations
  • Unload freight at customer locations.
  • delivered groceries to various customer locations.
  • Deliver stone to customer locations, and jobsite locations in Maryland and Northern Virginia.
  • Completed regional routes from Milwaukee, WI to a variety of Minnesota customer locations.
  • deliver sheetrock to customer locations on a flatbed trailer

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45. Timely Delivery

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Here's how Timely Delivery is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Received, monitored, and dispatched communications on traffic to insure timely delivery.
  • Position required timely delivery of freight to surrounding cities in Louisiana.
  • Ensured timely delivery of ice to corporate accounts across California.
  • Maintain daily customer interaction and timely delivery schedule.
  • Position required exceptional driving skills as well as timely delivery of product to various vendors.
  • Prepare route for timely delivery of freight in accordance to customer schedule and broker appointment.
  • Ensured timely delivery of goods to stores and other customers throughout southern California and Nevada.
  • Ensured timely delivery of all goods while maintaining quality and integrity of freight.
  • Ensured timely delivery of freight to local stores within southern California.
  • Planned routes for trips and timely delivery of loads.
  • Ensured safe and timely delivery of product.
  • Maintained customer approval through timely deliverys.
  • Operated tractor-trailers grossing over 25,000 pounds Ensure timely delivery of all goods while preserving quality and integrity of the freight.
  • Worked closely with dispatch to ensure the timely delivery to the proper jobsites.
  • Inspect and secure product.Timely delivery of products over multi-state area using navigation programs and common sense.
  • Operate a reefer full time Endorsement; Tankers Designing the best possible itineraries for ensuring timely delivery of the commodities.

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46. Electronic Logs

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Here's how Electronic Logs is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Maintained accurate records and electronic logs.
  • Truck driving - delivery of frozen - perishables - dry goods.electronic logs paper logs occasionally.
  • Maintained paper and electronic logs, customer invoices and COD payments.
  • Maintain truck, electronic logs, and DOT compliance.
  • Operate on board computer system and electronic logs.
  • Experience with electronic logs and paper logs.
  • Maintain electronic logs for DOT purposes.
  • Keep electronic logs of activities.
  • Document time on electronic logs Make sure that the current load is safe, secure, and loaded properly.
  • Used not only paper logs, but electronic logs as well.
  • Complete all work thru driver electronic logs.
  • Deliver loads in a safely and timely manner.Perform daily pre and post-trip inspection and operate electronic logs
  • Use of electronic logs through Omnitracs XRS/ Roadnet system
  • maintain equipment use qualcom and electronic logs.
  • run route do pre trip electronic logs

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47. New Drivers

low Demand
Here's how New Drivers is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Trained several new drivers and helpers in the correct procedure of handling the specialized equipment and freight associated with the company.
  • Trained all new drivers to safely haul and correctly secure a wide variety of unusual loads.
  • Trained all new drivers to safely operate hydraulic steer trailers, for over-length loads.
  • Trained several new drivers in the correct procedure of company paperwork.
  • Helped train almost all new drivers that joined the company.
  • Performed minor repairs on trucks and mentored new drivers.
  • Trained new drivers on equipment and job protocol.
  • Conduced over the road training for new drivers.
  • Train new drivers how to be efficient.
  • Deliver freight and train new drivers
  • Assist in training new drivers.
  • Trained new drivers in a 4-8 wk course on OTR safety Transported deliveries locally and over the road.
  • Train new drivers on Rockpile and TN Energy Apps for billing and product inventory control.
  • Call customer support directions and hours of operation training of new drivers.
  • Train new drivers that are employed with Werner Enterprises

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48. Water Truck

low Demand
Here's how Water Truck is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Truck DriverRe-hired in 2011 as a truck driver I operated the Vacuum truck, Water truck and the winch truck.
  • Job required me transporting equipment such as excavators water trucks on a trailer or low boy.
  • Operate water truck as needed on job sites to mix materials and for dust control.
  • Operated street sweepers, water trucks, standard dump trucks and other related vehicles.
  • Operate dump truck, water truck, fuel truck, and semi tractor trailer.
  • Serviced oil and gas wells driving both a water truck and acid tanker.
  • Operated Guzzler, Operated Water Truck, On Tank Cleaning Crew/ Environmental Crew.
  • Drive tandem dump truck, water truck.
  • Water truck operator and heavy equipment transport.
  • Water truck driver and winch truck driver
  • Job title: Drove dump truck and a ten wheel water truck.
  • Service the gas industry by moving equipment, operate water truck, haul pipe and all other needs to the industry.
  • Water truck driver we build the drilling pad for the oilfield ConocoPhillips ,Marathon, pioneer,
  • Assisted on forest fires pool fills tank fills potable water fills ect tankers and water trucks
  • Drive a water truck, winch truck, and sometimes a hot oiler.
  • water truck driver with class A, all endorsements except passenger.
  • Drive a water truck for weaver and Bailey contractor in Jacksonville ar
  • water truck driver hauling to and from oil well locations
  • Drive water truck ,hauling mud to disposal.
  • Have operated Construction Water Truck on jobsite.

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49. Intercity Routes

low Demand
Here's how Intercity Routes is used in Truck Driver Class A jobs:
  • Deliver goods while operating a tractor trailer truck sometimes over intercity routes or spanning across country
  • Deliver goods while operating a tractor-trailer truck, sometimes over intercity routes or spanning several states .

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20 Most Common Skill for a Truck Driver Class A

Delivery Instructions15.7%
Tractor Trailers14.2%
Safety Procedures10.7%
Vehicle Inspections8.5%
OTR7.1%
Pre-Trip Inspections6.3%
Dump Truck5.5%
CDL4.9%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Truck Driver Class A

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Delivery Instructions
Delivery Instructions
13.1%
13.1%
2
2
Tractor Trailers
Tractor Trailers
11.8%
11.8%
3
3
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
8.9%
8.9%
4
4
Vehicle Inspections
Vehicle Inspections
7.1%
7.1%
5
5
OTR
OTR
5.9%
5.9%
6
6
Pre-Trip Inspections
Pre-Trip Inspections
5.3%
5.3%
7
7
Dump Truck
Dump Truck
4.6%
4.6%
8
8
CDL
CDL
4.1%
4.1%
9
9
Customer Service
Customer Service
3.9%
3.9%
10
10
Log Book
Log Book
2.9%
2.9%
11
11
Job Site
Job Site
2.5%
2.5%
12
12
Hazmat
Hazmat
1.9%
1.9%
13
13
Safe Driving
Safe Driving
1.9%
1.9%
14
14
Pickup
Pickup
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
1.8%
1.8%
16
16
State Regulations
State Regulations
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Traffic Laws
Traffic Laws
1.3%
1.3%
18
18
Pallet Jack
Pallet Jack
1.2%
1.2%
19
19
Unload Trucks
Unload Trucks
0.9%
0.9%
20
20
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
0.9%
0.9%
21
21
Weather Conditions
Weather Conditions
0.8%
0.8%
22
22
Qualcomm
Qualcomm
0.8%
0.8%
23
23
Emergency Equipment
Emergency Equipment
0.8%
0.8%
24
24
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
0.8%
0.8%
25
25
DOT
DOT
0.7%
0.7%
26
26
Safe Operation
Safe Operation
0.6%
0.6%
27
27
Straight Truck
Straight Truck
0.6%
0.6%
28
28
Vehicle Service
Vehicle Service
0.6%
0.6%
29
29
Repair Status
Repair Status
0.6%
0.6%
30
30
GPS
GPS
0.6%
0.6%
31
31
Owner Operator
Owner Operator
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Crude Oil
Crude Oil
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Auto Parts
Auto Parts
0.5%
0.5%
34
34
Different Locations
Different Locations
0.5%
0.5%
35
35
Road Truck Driver
Road Truck Driver
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Walmart
Walmart
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
LTL
LTL
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Company Policies
Company Policies
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Building Materials
Building Materials
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Applicable State
Applicable State
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Construction Sites
Construction Sites
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Transport Goods
Transport Goods
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Osha
Osha
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Customer Locations
Customer Locations
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Timely Delivery
Timely Delivery
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Electronic Logs
Electronic Logs
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
New Drivers
New Drivers
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Water Truck
Water Truck
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Intercity Routes
Intercity Routes
0.4%
0.4%

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