Top Truck Driver Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Truck Driver. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Truck Driver resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.3% of Truck Driver resumes contained Delivery Instructions as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Truck Driver actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Truck 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 Truck Driver jobs:
  • Maintain provided telephone contact with supervisor to receive expedited delivery instructions and to report any problems, issues or incidents.
  • Acquired delivery instructions from the administrator/dispatcher and ensured safe transport of fragile or risky goods
  • Maintained contact with drivers to provide delivery instructions and obtain locations.
  • Received delivery instructions and maintained contact with supervisor by two-way radio.
  • Maintained telephone or radio contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions.
  • Maintain radio contact with supervisor/dispatch to receive and transmit delivery instructions.
  • Retrieved delivery instructions from Fleet Manager, verifying instructions and routes
  • Maintain Business Leader and/or dispatcher contact for delivery instructions.
  • Maintain radio contact with supervision to receive delivery instructions.
  • Collect and verify delivery instructions to make timely.
  • Collect and verify delivery instructions.
  • Collect delivery instructions from appropriate sources, haul and dump scrap material at assigned scrapyard or at the steel mill.
  • Collected delivery instructions from appropriate sources and worked to ensure materials were delivered safely and on time.
  • Deliver auto parts, follow DOT laws, and obtain delivery instructions from dispatch.
  • Maintained contact with dispatcher to receive delivery instructions and carried out work orders.
  • Selected the most efficient routes in compliance with delivery instructions and fuel policy.
  • Collect delivery instructions from appropriate sources, verifying instructions and routes.
  • Collect delivery instructions, verifying routes, and estimating delivery time.
  • Gather delivery instructions from correct sources, confirming instructions and routes.
  • Collect delivery instructions, obtain receipts and signatures for deliveries.

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2. Appropriate Safety Procedures

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Here's how Appropriate Safety Procedures is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting materials, tools or equipment.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting on highways and interstates.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting of passengers.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting food and produce to and from Kansas City, Louisville, and Chicago.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting Aggregate material to local, State and Federal Job sites.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods Inspect loads to ensure that cargo is secure.

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3. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Process all general customer service requests, interact efficiently with business customers providing information and resolving critical problems.
  • Ensured that each customer received outstanding customer service, which included friendly greeting & acknowledging every customer.
  • Provided exceptional customer service to all individuals within the facility location and client's home environment.
  • Provide excellent customer service *Training and supervision of new transporters *Transport Vehicles from dealerships and private owners
  • Provided customer service on a daily basis while delivering packages to businesses and residential customers.
  • Provided customer service and accurate documentation of delivery and secured signature for special deliveries.
  • Provided excellent customer service, obtained and updated paperwork for company records.
  • Provided exceptional customer service when delivering water to customers to fill pools.
  • Maintained a professional relationship with customers and provided exceptional customer service care.
  • Worked independently to rectify customer service deficiencies in other areas of the business
  • Hauled scrap metal and maintained outstanding customer service relationships with manufacturing facilities
  • Assist in providing excellent customer service while assisting helper in delivery.
  • Exhibit excellent customer service skills to warehouse/distribution center employees and dispatchers.
  • Resolve time limitations and scheduling conflicts and provide superior customer service.
  • Present customers with ticket information and answer basic customer service questions.
  • Provided prompted customer service when dealing with multiple business relations.
  • Provided excellent customer services to ensure client satisfaction of merchandise.
  • Maintained accurate records and logs and provided outstanding customer service.
  • Provide customer service by demonstrating positive and professional manner.
  • Maintain excellent driving record and provide excellent customer service.

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4. Tractor-Trailer Combinations

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Here's how Tractor-Trailer Combinations is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • 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.
  • Picked up and delivered trailers between terminal locations via tractor-trailer combinations.
  • Complete daily maintenance on tractor-trailer combinations and maintain all pertinent logs.
  • Drive tractor-trailer combinations to transport Home Depot dedicated Southeastern account.
  • Drive tractor-trailer combinations to transport goods from Coca-Cola warehouses.
  • Operated tractor-trailer combinations, including low boy trailer.
  • Completed daily maintenance on tractor-trailer combinations.
  • Operated various tractor-trailer combinations (straight six, 10 speed, bobtails)Trailer lengths from 28-53 feet, and doubles.
  • Move and operate tractor-trailer combinations in the service yard as well as on public, and private roads and highways.
  • Drive tractor-trailer combinations to transport and deliver products, livestock, and other good, including hazardous materials.
  • Maneuver trucks with capacities greater than 3 tons, including tractor-trailer combinations to transport and deliver freight.
  • Drive tractor-trailer combinations, to transport and deliver products or other materials.
  • Operate tractor-trailer combinations, to include a straight dump truck.
  • Drive tractor-trailer combinations with capacities up to 80,000 pounds.
  • Drive tractor-trailer combinations to transport goods in 48 states.
  • Operated tractor-trailer combinations, including doubles and triples.
  • Drive large tractor-trailer combinations to transport goods.
  • Operated tractor-trailer combinations, including doubles and triples.Picked up customer loads in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Operated tractor-trailer combinations, includingdoubles and triples.

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5. Pre-Trip Inspections

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Here's how Pre-Trip Inspections is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Performed daily Pre-Trip Inspections and final inspections on units upon delivery.
  • Performed DOT certified Pre-Trip Inspections, Load checks, and Post-Trip Inspections.
  • Performed Pre-Trip inspections daily and minor repairs when needed.
  • Perform Pre-Trip inspections each working day.
  • Performed and recorded daily pre-trip inspections using company checklist and submitted detailed reports after trips and deliveries.
  • Conducted Shipping and Receiving Performed daily Pre-trip inspections Daily Trip planning was organized Maintained safety inspections on vehicle
  • Perform pre-trip inspections every day before driving-Deliver product to customers-Maintain good customer relations
  • Perform pre-trip inspections every day before driving-Safely pick up and delivers loads
  • Maintain electronic logs* Conduct pre-trip inspections* Occasionally load/unload trucks* Route mapping
  • Performed routine maintenance and daily pre-trip inspections for assigned vehicle.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections and check load documentation for accuracy.
  • Performed and recorded daily pre-trip inspections using company checklist.
  • Maintain required paperwork including manifest and pre-trip inspections.
  • Performed daily pre-trip inspections and reported any deficiencies.
  • Conducted pre-trip inspections on tractor trailer before operating.
  • Operated and conducted pre-trip inspections on tractor-trailer combinations.
  • Conducted daily DOT pre-trip inspections according to regulations.
  • Performed daily pre-trip inspections for preventive maintenance.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections and correctly complete paperwork.
  • Performed pre-trip inspections to ensure vehicle safety.

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6. CDL

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Here's how CDL is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operate combination tractor-trailer requiring CDL under DOT regulations and company policy's.
  • Drive CDL refrigerator straight-truck delivering produce to Giant supermarkets and other accounts
  • Maintained CDL and required certifications to operate commercial trucks.
  • Delivered sprinkler systems/materials; CDL required.
  • Earned CDL Certificate and passenger endorsement.
  • Received certification of CDL licensing.
  • Scale Buyer - Weighing trucks, grading steel, purchasing *CDL - Driving truck - Straight, Lugger, Semi-tractor and trailers
  • Obtained a Class A CDL and operated and drove a variety of trucks to transport goods and materials over long distances.
  • Followed State and Federal DOT hours of service regulations and maintained a CDL license at all times with no points.
  • Attended truck driving school, obtained CDL license, trained, and drove on special account for Hershey Foods.
  • Communicate through two-way radio or cellular telephone with CDL and Box truck drivers to ensure constant status and location.
  • Attended Prime Inc. Student Driver program to gain CDL license and also completed 35,000 miles team driving with trainer.
  • Worked for North America's most reputable, response and conscious refrigerated transport carrier as a CDL Truck Driver.
  • Maintain a current Class A CDL with Hazardous Materials, Doubles/Triples and Tanker Vehicle (Tanker) endorsements.
  • Learn all the working features of a semi truck and obtain my CDL by testing through the DOL.
  • Operate Class B CDL Flatbed with Hydraulic crane to transport various construction materials to different job sites.
  • Maintained current Class A CDL Dropped and hooked trailers and changed the configuration of equipment when necessary.
  • Trained to get CDL licenses drove semi-truck throughout 48 states, hauling freight to stores and companies.
  • Utilized a Class A CDL license to operate a tractor trailer to ship refrigerated food to market.
  • Drive any and all CDL/Class B equipment as need to maintain the facility on McNeil Islands infrastructure.

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7. Log Book

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Here's how Log Book is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Performed daily equipment inspections and timely freight delivery, maintained organized shipping papers, entered information into daily mileage and travel/log books
  • Log book and submitted corresponding documents
  • Deliver oil to customers according to company standards Load truck with oil before, during and after deliveries Maintain daily log book
  • Required to ensure all documentation was correct and accounted for, to include log books, delivery and pick up invoices.
  • Maintained consistent compliance with all Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations and managed daily log books with established policies.
  • Log Book entries making sure that it is correct and up to date from the last change of duty status.
  • Drive loads from state to state, fill out log book, secure load, and keep truck fully operational.
  • Keep a detailed record of all hours in a log book to be verified if stopped by state patrolmen.
  • Maintained individual log books, Bills of Lading, and receipts to be turned in at the appropriate time/location.
  • Inspected trucks before getting on the road with a load and ensured driver log books were up to date.
  • Record of Hours of service and routes(stops) recorded daily in manual log books and trip sheets.
  • Loaded and unloaded cars from a car hauler, kept track of log book and monies/checks received for deliveries.
  • Comply with all DOT standards and requirements, maintain all log books, preform daily DVIR and company paperwork.
  • Perfect log book records, am able to keep track of hours, miles, and fuel consumption.
  • Hauled condensate from well to transfer station * log book * maintain truck gauge tanks, grind out samples
  • Trained in proper procedures concerning accidents or flat tires, theft, and properly completing daily log book.
  • Operate various types of semi tractors and trailers in accordance with DOT regulations completing log book entries.
  • Maintained mileage log book of miles traveled, fuels used and stand by time for company records.
  • Maintain daily log books and proper paper work for all equipment that I come in contact with.
  • Fill out and maintain log books, and other relevant paperwork (load sheets etc.).

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8. Dump Truck

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Here's how Dump Truck is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Dump truck driver equipment operator laborer.
  • Haul double-bottom dump truck delivering sand, gravel, or rock to highway, construction, and environmental recovery job sites.
  • Position Description- Handled daily driving of single axle and tandem dump trucks, delivering gravel and concrete to various work sites.
  • Operated a 10 wheeler with 4 floating wheels dump truck transporting materials to various locations, averaging 35 stops per week.
  • Experienced Driver of straight trucks, tractor trailers, dump trucks, roll off, flatbeds and lugger trucks.
  • Operated dump truck and various pieces of equipment, plowed snow, operated powered landscaping equipment; i.e.
  • Followed routine operation including, maintenance as well as provided mechanical abilities on the fleet of dump trucks.
  • Operated a dump truck to transport finished goods, parts and materials, averaging 120 stops per week.
  • Led the operation of various cement and dump trucks in a safe, efficient, and timely manner.
  • Combined experience with Tech Ready Mix and Libby Construction, representing experience delivering cement trucks and dump trucks.
  • Operated a semi-trailer & Dump Truck as a Dedicated Contract to transport finished goods, parts and material.
  • Drive a dump truck or tractor with a dump trailer hauling drill cuttings from well sites to landfills
  • Operated many vehicles such as dump trucks, cement mixers, boom trucks, and lowboy tractor trailers
  • Assist in the moving of materials, GPS work, facilitating and transporting materials via dump truck.
  • Dump truck driver, tree removal, landscaping, snow and ice removal and salt truck driver.
  • Operated various size dump trucks, assist crews with maintenance and construction of storm water areas.
  • Drive 10 wheel dump truck for various construction projects on Long Island and New York City.
  • Drive Tandem and Single Axle Dump Truck and Roll Off Trucks to Haul Materials and Waste.
  • Skilled in operating various trucks: 18 yard dump trucks, tandem and triple axle trucks.
  • Operated a Bob Cat relocating material, straight dump truck and a tracker trailer dump truck.

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9. OTR

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Here's how OTR is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Studied hierarchical management in family business and truck OTR business.
  • Graduated with my CDL from Truck Driver Institute in Sanford, FL with continuing training and OTR training with Con-Way Truckload.
  • Knight Transportation As an OTR Truck driver, my main responsibilities were maintenance, safety, and time management.
  • Worked as half of OTR owner-operator team with over 230,000 paid miles for one year running mainly coast-to-coast loads.
  • Company driver and Owner Operator, coordinated with consignees, loaded and unloaded, drove OTR 48 states and Canada
  • Completed 3 weeks of classroom training and 3 weeks OTR training, Scored high on written and driving tests
  • Deliver and pick up food and items to various restaurants and warehouses, occasionally OTR to bordering states.
  • Operate a company owned tractor trailer combination over the road (OTR) serving all 48 contiguous states.
  • Transported merchandise to various locations with a demonstrated ability to navigate through thick city traffic and OTR.
  • Experience driving OTR, 48 states and all of Canada with Passport and/or TWIC card when needed.
  • Worked OTR for the lower 48 and regional out of Columbus, OH on a sears account.
  • Refrigerated Division - Lease Operator - OTR - Effectively scheduling pick-ups from suppliers and deliveries to customers.
  • Haul chemicals, dry bulk and hazardous freight to/from various client sites - regional and OTR.
  • Truck Driver OTR, Refer Unit, Dedicated regional I am still employed with CR England.
  • Conducted medium OTR routes carrying molted metal (HOT POTS) for the automotive industry.
  • Hauled a 53 ft reefer trailer OTR in all 48 of the continental United States.
  • Transport and Storage - Materials OTR Driver of tractor-trailer (flatbed) covering continental US.
  • Truck & trailers driver to OTR in 48 state, P/U & Delivery to all cargo
  • Trained in defensive driving, logging, and mapping routes for local and OTR trips.
  • Received my CA Class A license and was promoted to a OTR Truck Driving position.

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10. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Completed all necessary paperwork to comply with federal and state regulations.
  • Maintained records required by Federal and State regulations.
  • Followed state regulations for pest control and safety; Maintained equipment; Determined proper amount of gallons to use per acre.
  • Drive trucks to weigh stations before and after loading and along routes to document weights and to comply with state regulations.
  • Comply with company policies as well as Federal and State regulations in order to deliver freight undamaged and on time.
  • Operate truck in safe condition and ensure compliance with policies and procedures as well as applicable municipal and state regulations.
  • Drive daily on surface mine property, obtain loads, obey all MSHA and state regulations while on property.
  • Utilized weigh station before and after loading, and along route to document weigh and conform to state regulations.
  • Drive trucks through weigh stations along routes to document weight and to stay in compliance with state regulations.
  • Pick up and deliver goods as scheduled while maintaining road safety and State regulations for truck drivers.
  • Drive long distance and local moves and maintain accurate log books following proper federal and state regulations.
  • Drive trucks to weigh station before/after, document weight for route, and confirm to state regulations.
  • Maintain log of travel and cargo in accordance with Federal and State regulations and company needs.
  • Coordinated efforts to maintain compliance with town and state regulations and inspection of vehicle safety.
  • Performed the duties of sweeper with the oversight of the DOT according to state regulations.
  • Maintain DOT logs in legal and accurate details in accordance with federal and state regulations.
  • Operate a class A tractor/trailer combination safely and in compliance with DOT and state regulations.
  • Ensured that all federal and state regulations were followed to and from all destinations.
  • Implemented all federal and state regulations during transporting of goods to ensure safety.
  • Drive truck to weigh stations to ensure loads comply with all state regulations.

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11. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Communicated with site foreman on equipment locations and job site requirements.
  • Performed job site preparation and excavation.
  • Delivered concrete sand, bricks, top soil, any material needed for job to get completed on the job sites.
  • Provided quality services in delivering materials associated with concrete pouring to assigned job sites in a timely and safe manner.
  • Delivered storage containers from the staging yard to different locations (stores or job sites) at customer's request.
  • Haul materials to and from job sites, haul trash materials to land fields and concrete to recycle crusher fields.
  • Operated truck in a safe and professional manner on public highways and at various job sites when delivering materials.
  • Drive truck to job sites and properly secure the load, maintain proper paperwork, load and unload truck.
  • Prepared and transported furniture, moving materials and work crews to and from job sites within the five boroughs.
  • Set up job sites from construction fence surrounding the job to clearing of brush in the way.
  • Drive the materials and tools to designated job sites and comply with all Union rules and regulations.
  • Transport all necessary building materials to job site including equipment such as excavators and or back hoes.
  • Delivered, loaded and operated excavation equipment to job sites, performed Traffic Control and Sewer repair.
  • Drive 8-speed truck and deliver roofing materials to job site, unload and stock materials at job site
  • Job duties would vary such as driving to job sites to deliver pumps for the oil refinery.
  • Operated a flatbed picking up materials and strapping them down and driving to the job site.
  • Deliver lumber and other building materials to job sites located all around Boulder and surrounding areas.
  • Hauled shingles and roofing products 2624 Ed Babe Gomez Ave. to residential and commercial job sites.
  • Utilized driving expertise in delivering cement to different job site to be poured on assigned projects.
  • Transport dry bulk to job sites in Delaware, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Baltimore.

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12. Traffic Laws

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Here's how Traffic Laws is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Complied with entire traffic laws and regulations, followed established traffic and transportation procedures.
  • Demonstrated excellent self-management skills and obeyed traffic laws.
  • Followed safety regulations and followed all traffic laws.
  • Obeyed traffic laws regarding delivering building materials.
  • Understand and obey all ODOT traffic laws and requirements, along with gathering all tools needed to do the job effectively.
  • Transport and deliver all frozen food supplies from the warehouse to clients while obeying all traffic laws on a designated route.
  • Maintained logs, check load documentation for accuracy and completion, obeyed all traffic laws, followed procedures and safety regulations.
  • Follow all applicable traffic laws and Inspect trailer before and after the trip, and record any defects found.
  • Operated assigned vehicle in an alert and safe manner and observed traffic laws to preserve cargo and prevent accidents.
  • Follow District rules and policies, obey traffic laws, and remain knowledgeable regarding any changes in same.
  • Update DOT log daily and tracked all deliveries; following company procedures, safety regulations and traffic laws.
  • Drive a heavy duty mixer truck on public roadways in accordance with company safety policies and traffic laws.
  • Followed all appropriate traffic laws, and kept truck and associated equipment tidy and in good working condition.
  • Transport and deliver various commercial products across the country while obeying all traffic laws on designated route.
  • Perform hands on work with trailer parts and service while following company safety regulations and traffic laws.
  • Adhere all traffic laws, and DOT rules, and provide costumer service to all clients.
  • Transported load over required route to proper destination, observed all traffic laws and safety regulations.
  • Experience in long distances driving; obey all traffic laws and keeping a log of activities.
  • Delivered to docks while following state, federal and local traffic laws on daily basis.
  • Obey all traffic laws and display courtesy at all times in representation of the company.

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13. Pickup

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Here's how Pickup is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Completed delivery and pickup paperwork promptly and accurately, returning said paperwork to the appropriate facility personnel.
  • Checked all load documentation for accuracy, inspected load and received required signatures for pickup and delivery.
  • Received customer orders and ensured the completion of customer requirements from pickup to delivery.
  • Load planning for dedicated local/regional pickup and delivery of freight to Dollar General Stores
  • Performed daily package pickup and delivery from commercial and residential customers as assigned.
  • Contacted customers regarding additional loads and information regarding current load pickup.
  • Communicated with transportation Manager/Supervisor and/or Dispatcher regarding any change to pickups.
  • Performed pickup and delivery of packages to residential and commercial destinations.
  • Transported refrigerated food products from pickup to delivery locations throughout U.S.
  • Prioritized order security, accuracy and on-time pickup and delivery.
  • Performed pickup and delivery of vendor materials and company products.
  • Provide considerate and efficient pickup and delivery of customer packages.
  • Dispatched across Eastman Chemical Company for parts pickup and delivery.
  • Navigated and located required loads for pickup and delivery.
  • Obtained and maintained proper delivery authorization and pickup documentation.
  • Scheduled and organized appointments For Pickups and deliveries.
  • Reported and resolved pickup and delivery problems.
  • Maintained paperwork concerning pickups and drop-offs.
  • Transported customer goods to/from pickup/delivery locations.
  • Drive semis warehouse pickup and delivery

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14. Drive Trucks

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Here's how Drive Trucks is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Drive trucks with capacities greater than 3 tons, including tractor-trailer combinations, to transport and deliver products or other materials.
  • Drive trucks for multiple companies delivering merchandise to different companies in TN, AL, GA, KY, and MS.
  • Reason for leaving: Was promised employment to drive Trucks to CA and NV with my home base being NV.
  • Drive trucks to deliver such items as food and food service supplies to restaurants such as Sonic and Chili's.
  • Load and Unload Trucks * Set up for Major Events * Breakdown Materials from Major Events * Drive Trucks
  • Drive trucks picking up refuse, moved my way through the company to the position I found best.
  • Drive trucks with capacities greater than 40 tons, including tractor-trailer combinations, to transport and deliver products/materials.
  • Drive trucks with capacity of more than 3 tons, to transport material to and from specified locations.
  • Drive trucks along established routes through residential streets and alleys, or through business and industrial areas.
  • Test drive trucks and buses to diagnose malfunctions or to ensure that they are working properly.
  • Load and unload money from trucks daily-Drive trucks to destinations and complete transfers of money with customers
  • Drive trucks on a schedule route to drop off and pick up linens to different hospitals.
  • Drive trucks, deliver sheet metal, grind metal, deliver and pick up tools, etc
  • Repaved Streets, Fixed Pot Holes, Used Compact Machine, Utilized CDL to Drive Trucks
  • Drive trucks with the capacity of more than 4 tons to transport and deliver cargo.
  • Drive trucks to location, assist with rigging down and moving equipment to desired destination.
  • Drive trucks and delivered Tropicana, Naked, Gatorade, Muller and Quaker products.
  • Drive trucks to deliver such items as food, medical supplies, or newspapers.
  • Learned how to drive trucks on paved, dirt, and cross country roads.
  • Drive trucks to deliver such items as 20, 30 or 40 yard containers.

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15. Emergency Equipment

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Here's how Emergency Equipment is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • 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.
  • Watch alarm systems or video cameras and operate detecting/emergency equipment.
  • Towed vehicles and operated emergency equipment.
  • Check vehicle to ensure the mechanical, emergency equipment, and outer surface is in good working order for upcoming events.
  • Performed safety checks on my vehicle to ensure that the mechanical, safety and emergency equipment was in good working order.
  • Inspected vehicles before driving them to ensure that mechanical, safety and emergency equipment was in good working order.
  • Checked vehicles to ensure that mechanical, safety and emergency equipment was in working conditions and were in compliance.
  • Examined vehicles to ensure all mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment were in good condition and worked properly.
  • Check truck and trailer to ensure that all mechanical and emergency equipment is safe and in effective working order.
  • Inspected truck and trailer to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment were in working order.
  • Inspect tractor trailer to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is in good working conditions.
  • Perform in-depth vehicle inspections to ensure all mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is functioning properly.
  • Check tractor and trailer to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is functioning properly.
  • Inspected vehicles to ensure that they met the mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment standards.
  • Insured local delivery, inspections on trailers and trucks secure loads and tire emergency equipment.
  • Checked truck ensuring mechanical, safety, & emergency equipment is in working order.
  • Checked vehicles to ensure proper working order of mechanical, safety and emergency equipment.
  • Checked truck safety and emergency equipment before delivery, tie down straps on loads.
  • Inspected trucks to ensure that mechanical, safety/emergency equipment were in good working order.

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16. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operated heavy equipment to complete repair requests Assisted city patrons daily to ensure completion of all requested work orders and requisitions
  • Job Responsibilities: Operated Commercial rollback, delivered heavy equipment to customers, serviced and maintained equipment, assisted customers
  • Maintain organized paperwork, record keeping, and operated heavy equipment with proficiency.
  • Hulled heavy equipment and supplies to sites for underground telecommunications.
  • Delivered heavy equipment throughout Iowa and surrounding states.
  • Operated heavy equipment and vehicles with adjustable attachments.
  • Performed Plant Maintenance and operated heavy equipment.
  • Delivered heavy equipment on lowboy trailers.
  • Operated heavy equipment and excavation work.
  • Towed Heavy equipment to different locations.
  • Operated heavy equipment loading material.
  • Delivered heavy equipment and packages.
  • Operated and maintained heavy equipment.
  • Operate heavy equipment during emergencies.
  • Qualified to operate heavy equipment.
  • Pull flatbed and curtain van across 48 states hauling various types of loads, ranging from food products to heavy equipment.
  • Perform general highway maintenance which includes bridge cleaning, asphalt repair, wash-out, jersey wall repair and heavy equipment operator.
  • Disposed of project waste in the designated areas, and operated flatbed trucks to deliver heavy equipment to job sites.
  • Operate tractor trailer, bobcat, backhoe excavator, pulled dry van, flat bed, tanker, heavy equipment.
  • Operate low- boy tractor- trailer and industrial roll back to transport heavy equipment, averaging 10-12 stops a day locally.

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17. Pallet Jack

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Here's how Pallet Jack is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Received freight from tractor trailers into designated warehouse staging areas via motorized pallet jack.
  • Lift gate and electric pallet jack operations.refrigeration unit idol regulations.
  • Experienced with local truck driving; good driving record; experienced with forklifts, pallet jacks and operating Class B vehicles.
  • Delivered freight in a rail lift trailer using an electric pallet jack and hand cart to make inside deliveries for customers.
  • Delivered NABISCO cookies and crackers to grocery stores, warehouse distributors and convenience stores using pallet jacks and hand trucks.
  • Used various types of freight moving equipment including forklifts, pallet jacks, two-wheeler dollies, carpet poles, etc.
  • Warehouse pick orders, use of Fork Lift, Reach Truck, Electric Pallet Jack, load and unload of trailers
  • Loaded and unloaded product on and off trailers by hand and with the assistance of a forklift and pallet jack.
  • Flag traffic, work with hand tools, power tools, pallet jacks, and load and unload materials.
  • Loaded and unloaded product on and off trailers by hand pallet jack, power jack and elevated equip trailer.
  • Operated a pallet jack, convertible hand-cart and lift gate to deliver loads or pallets of food into businesses.
  • Trained and certified in using manual pallet jacks, electric pallet jacks, battery chargers and battery changers.
  • Start by unloading pallets of mail off the trucks with use of a forklift also using pallet jacks.
  • Assisted with the loading and unloading of products for trade shows using a pallet jack and fork lift.
  • Utilized forklift and pallet jack to load and unload freight at the beginning and end of the shift.
  • Help with the loading and unloading of material at the warehouse using a forklift or a pallet jack.
  • Conducted warehouse daily operations while working with various pallet jacks, forklifts, bobcats, and crane systems.
  • Load and unload trailer using forklifts, pallet jacks, hand trucks, and or by hand.
  • Trained in the use of forklifts and pallet jacks to assist in loading or unloading of products.
  • Push and pull pallet jacks, hand trucks and breakdowns to move products to and from truck.

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18. Unload Trucks

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Here's how Unload Trucks is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Unload trucks and replenish stock/hi-lo certified* Customer service and general maintenance duties
  • Deliver cargo to and from shipper to consignee in Michigan on a daily basis, load and unload trucks using forklift.
  • Load and unload trucks, drive or move truck from the dock, perform cycle counts, track shipments and inventory.
  • Truck driver delivery of supplies to markets and meat company's, pick-ups of supplies and also load and unload trucks.
  • Load or unload trucks or help others with loading or unloading, using special loading-related equipment or other equipment as necessary.
  • Load and unload trucks (per customers request)-Maintain inventory accuracy-Maintain a neat, safe and organized work environment.
  • Drive Tractor Trailers, Pack boxes for household goods to be transported, Inventory Shipments, Load and Unload Trucks.
  • Load and unload trucks, or help others with loading and unloading, operating any special loading-related equipment, i.e.
  • Operated a forklift daily to load and unload trucks with various containers such as Drums, totes and water pumps.
  • Deliver Produce for Customers all over North Carolina and collect payments and unload trucks at the end of the day.
  • Load, deliver, and unload trucks and haul material to work site using a single axle dump truck.
  • Operate overhead crane to load and unload trucks, and operate tractor and trailer hauling coils to and from warehouse
  • Drive merchandise to and from warehouse on trucks, load and unload trucks for the inventory that was need.
  • Pick orders for shipping load* Load & unload trucks* Put away inbound loads using RF scanner* Performed inventory/lost and found
  • Transport lumber goods to and from customers, load and unload trucks, perform minor service to truck.
  • Load and unload trucks, vans, or automobiles and freight items, such as commercial AC units.
  • Set up customer orders, load and unload trucks, took care of customer pick ups and transfers.
  • Pick up donations (clothing & household items); load and unload trucks; and do special projects
  • Drive forklift to load/unload trucks, trailers, and to move large forms and cast pieces of refractory.
  • Operated forklift truck to load and unload trucks and move stock in warehouse for storing and shipping.

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19. Vehicle Service

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Here's how Vehicle Service is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • 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.
  • Maintained and kept records of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status, following applicable state and feral regulations.
  • Maintain driver daily log and vehicle service or repair status while remaining in compliance with applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Complied with applicable state and federal regulations by maintaining logs of driving hours and vehicle service and repair status.
  • Maintained logs of work hours and vehicle service and repair to ensure timely and accurate prevention and maintenance.
  • Operated mixer; operated unit; performed vehicle service checks; completed delivery to various Dickinson locations.
  • Maintained logs of working hours and vehicle service or repair status for compliance with applicable D.O.T.
  • Maintained driving logs of working hours and vehicle services or repair statuses by following federal regulations.
  • Maintained working hours and vehicle service/repair status logs to ensure compliance of state and federal regulations.
  • Maintain a maintenance log for vehicle service records, and reported any mechanical issue to supervisor.
  • Maintained logs of working hours and vehicle service / repair status in compliance with regulations.
  • Maintain log book and vehicle service book required by State and Federal regulations.
  • Maintained logs of working hours and vehicle service and reported vehicle defects.
  • Maintain logs of working hours or of vehicle service or repair status.
  • Maintain logs of working hours and make vehicle service or repair requests.
  • Maintain a log of working hours of vehicle service and repair statuses.
  • Maintained logs of work hours, vehicle service, kept receipts.
  • Record log hours of work, vehicle service and repair status.
  • Experience: Maintain logs of working hours of vehicle service.

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20. Repair Status

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Here's how Repair Status is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Maintain logs of working hours and repair status.
  • Maintained logs of working hours and service or repair status of vehicles.
  • Maintain logs of working hours, maintenance/repair status, follow DOT rules and regulations.
  • Designated the classification of vehicles based on defects and repair status.
  • Maintained logs and repair statuses following state and federal regulations.
  • Maintain logs of working hours and repair status.

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21. Applicable State

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Here's how Applicable State is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Followed applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Ensured all paperwork was properly completed in compliance with all applicable state and federal laws.
  • Operated a CMV in compliance with company rules and all applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Reported trucks in need of servicing and repairs status following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Maintain logs of working hours, following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Complied with applicable state, federal and DOT/FMSCA guidelines.
  • Drive in accordance with applicable state and federal laws.
  • Adhered to applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Reviewed bills of lading ensuring load matches written documentation Maintained logs of working hours following applicable state and federal regulations.

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22. Safe Driving

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Here's how Safe Driving is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Obtained hazardous material certification along with receiving Army commendation medal and other certificates for quality and safe driving
  • Assist mechanics to diagnose and repair equipment for operating effectively and maintaining safe driving conditions.
  • Practiced safe driving skills and followed all vehicular safety regulations in all operating conditions.
  • Moved trailers around warehouse shipping yard* Maintained accurate log of trailers* Upheld safe driving regulations
  • Performed deliveries following safe driving rules and regulations.
  • Recognized for outstanding professional achievement for safe driving.
  • Perform safe driving techniques required, limitations and provisions of the equipment regulations, which pertain to the operation of vehicles.
  • Practiced safe driving in accordance with ND DOT and SD DOT rules and regulations, maintained excellent customer service with merchants.
  • Maintained a safe driving record within MVR policy guidelines: No license revocation, suspension, DUI/DWI, careless or reckless driving
  • Load and Unload Trailers* Drive truck in 48 States and Canada* When mentoring / teach new drivers safe driving techniques* Diamond Driver
  • Turned in checks and various receipts at end of shift; signed vehicle inspection report daily; had safe driving record.
  • Comply with all Federal, State and local laws regulating safe driving and the safe and proper handling of hazardous materials.
  • Truck Driver/ Safety Compliance Responsible for the safe driving of various trucks, including flatbeds, van, and refrigerated trailers.
  • Demonstrated safe driving skills and positive customer relations to help maintain the high level of discipline and integrity of the company.
  • Maintained logbook, kept track of fuel receipts and costs while staying with in the DOT guidelines for safe driving.
  • Transported logs from stock yards to various mills in Louisiana, Texas, and AlabamaSafe driving skills and minor flatbed knowledge
  • Operated a flatbed truck to transport fabricated steel products, while maintaining safe driving conditions with difficult and dangerous loads.
  • Recognized by upper leadership for an accident free safe driving record through the United States Army Drivers' Badge.
  • Served as truck driver hauling petroleum to store locations in Eastern North Carolina, received three safe driving awards
  • Provide quality customer service while doing so Accomplishments 100% safe driving and also 100% customer satisfaction rating

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23. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Maintained HAZMAT designation which required successful completion of background investigation conducted by Federal Bureau of Investigations.
  • Performed Hazardous Material removal and disposal in accordance with HAZMAT regulations.
  • Followed all HAZMAT regulations while transporting hazardous materials.
  • Manage and expedite the secure transportation and accountability of logistic materials and HAZMAT chemicals to commercial, state and government facilities.
  • Transported and pump 7,000 gallons of HazMat per day all along the East Coast region of United States and Canada.
  • Cleaned, inspected and serviced the truck, when I Possessed a Commercial Driver's License and had HazMat
  • Pick up HAZMAT chemicals for proper disposal from various companies such as Wal-Mart, Home Depot, etc.
  • Hired in as a CHB/UP Operator where I was trained to do entries in full dress HazMat suits.
  • Studied for general training in: HAZMAT, air breaks, and general knowledge of the truck.
  • Maintained Petroleum Oil and Lubricants (POL)/HAZMAT products for company's Heavy Equipment.
  • Hauled, handled, and delivered various chemicals and HAZMAT across the country.
  • Air brake certified, CDL, with tankers and HAZMAT material endorsement.
  • Follow local and federal regulations to maintain safety with handle HAZMAT materials.
  • Hauled chemicals all over the US and Canada (some HAZMAT).
  • Transported electrical, and HAZMAT materials from customer sites and authorized facilities.
  • Freight includes but is not limited to corrosive and flammable HAZMAT.
  • Adhered to all requirements and regulations for interstate HAZMAT carriers.
  • Transported basic HAZMAT cargo and ensured trailer was correctly labeled.
  • Transport of HAZMAT loads and high end merchandise.
  • Specialized in HazMat and LTL time sensitive loads.

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24. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Job Description: Responsible for transporting hazardous materials to assigned locations, inventory, followed safety guidelines and procedures of company.
  • Route Planning Hours of Service Regulations Answering Phones/ Customer Service Pick-up and Delivery Driver Hazardous Materials Line Haul Driver
  • Served as Hazardous Materials Technician properly containing and disposing of hazardous materials according to state and federal laws.
  • Applied fertilizers/pesticides to fields using specialized application equipment, requiring frequent use and handling of hazardous materials.
  • Specialized training and certification in hazardous materials handling or a confined entry permit are generally required.
  • Experience pulling doubles, tankers, refrigerator combinations which included hazardous materials.
  • Transported hazardous materials throughout Louisiana, Texas, Alabama and Mississippi.
  • Delivered hazardous materials as well as food-grade materials to locations nationwide.
  • Complied with all Federal requirements regarding the transportation of Hazardous Materials.
  • Fuel delivery driver Safe handling of hazardous materials Dispatch vehicle and tankers
  • General cleanup including sweeping and shoveling of hazardous and non-hazardous materials.
  • Loaded and delivered hazardous materials without any accidents or spills.
  • Transported hazardous materials from warehouse dock to authorized containment facilities.
  • Dissemble electronics and material for safe removal of hazardous materials.
  • Transported hazardous materials from customer sites to authorized containment facilities.
  • Loaded and unloaded hazardous, non-hazardous materials also liquids.
  • Operated truck hanker trailer configuration and hauled liquid Hazardous materials
  • Transported hazardous materials from distribution plant to customer site.
  • Deliver hazardous materials/ compressed gas cylinders and welding supplies.
  • Monitored and controlled the transportation of various Hazardous Materials.

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25. Weather Conditions

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Here's how Weather Conditions is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operated gasoline and diesel powered tractor-trailers during unusual weather conditions, on uneven roads and in restricted backing areas.
  • Transported equipment day and night under severe weather conditions and safely moved hazardous equipment during several training missions.
  • Work in adverse weather conditions without temperature or other environmental controls and subject to ambient weather conditions.
  • Maintain control and safely operate a loaded and empty refuse hauler on various grades/terrains/and weather conditions.
  • Trained to transport safely hauled various petroleum products, successfully operated vehicles in all weather conditions.
  • Ensured seamless operations by proficiently dealing with adverse weather conditions and other obstacles.
  • Transported goods safely and successfully operated vehicles in all weather conditions.
  • Demonstrated ability to navigate heavy traffic working under harsh weather conditions.
  • Utilized safety precautions when driving in questionable weather conditions.
  • Drive tractor/trailer to different destination under harsh weather conditions.
  • Deliver load to disposal safely in adverse weather conditions
  • Worked in fast-paced environment in adverse weather conditions.
  • Provided professional service under all weather conditions.
  • Operated semi-truck in various weather conditions.
  • Operated a snowplow in adverse weather conditions
  • Operated a semi-tractor and trailer 400-600 miles daily, in all weather conditions, in 40 of the 50 United States.
  • Adhere to and maintain a strict delivery schedule as mandated by the USPS, regardless of circumstances or weather conditions.
  • Advised personnel about traffic problems such as construction areas, accidents, congestion, weather conditions, and other hazards.
  • Trained to transport automotive products, successfully operate vehicles in all weather conditions and over a wide variety of terrain.
  • Trip planning/logging fueling light maintenance, assisting in loading and unloading, driving in cities/rural/mountains local/freeway in all weather conditions.

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26. Straight Truck

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Here's how Straight Truck is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Deliver petroleum to 25 residential and commercial customers daily in the Baltimore/Washington metropolitan area using a straight truck.
  • Fuel and operate straight truck, load/unload trailer, and pick-up/delivery of automobile parts as a private contractor for Bill Jacobs Chevrolet
  • Transported vehicles from dealers and manufacturers to customers (bobtail tractors, straight trucks [frame- only and equipped]).
  • Operated Straight Truck, delivering freight products utilized in airports to Midway and O'Hare Airport, following orders and shipping invoices.
  • Operate a straight truck and a one ton truck with a 30 footer trailer to transport hazardous materials for the oilfields.
  • Operated a straight truck-6 wheels in urban environments, transported freight from origin to destination in a safe and timely manner.
  • Worked as a semi truck driver, straight truck with dump bed driver, boom crane operator and forklift operator.
  • Operated a 24/26 ft straight trucks to transport merchandise, parts and material to Tuesday Morning Stores throughout central Florida.
  • Operated a straight truck and flatbed 6-shift to transport electric materials to job sites, averaging 15 stops daily.
  • Operated straight truck to pick up and deliver automotive parts to various locations in/out of the State of Michigan.
  • Performed the primary duty of transporting automotive freight in Michigan and Ohio through the use of a straight truck.
  • TRUCK DRIVER: Handling and Shipping Hazardous Gases and Materials in a straight truck throughout the whole East Tennessee.
  • Operated straight truck, dump truck, tractor trailer, excavator, skid loader, and natural gas torch.
  • Operated a straight truck to transport pool supplies, parts and materials, averaging 60 stops per week.
  • Experienced in driving tractor trailer, van, straight trucks and other kinds of vehicles for the company.
  • Hauled products using 22' and 24' foot straight trucks to local distributors and out of state.
  • Performed interstate transfers of new and used straight trucks, tractors and pick-up trucks throughout the United States.
  • Operated straight truck vehicles and equipment over varied terrain and roadways for support of Army or Joint-service operations.
  • Deliver apartment supplies in a set route (Allentown, Pa) utilizing 14ft and 26ft straight truck.
  • Operated a straight truck or van, primarily to deliver or pick up merchandise within a specified area.

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27. Vehicle Inspections

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Here's how Vehicle Inspections is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Maintained equipment operation by conducting vehicle inspections in accordance with Department of Transportation regulations.
  • Maintained exterior and interior cleanliness of mixer truck and conducted daily vehicle inspections.
  • Demonstrated ability to perform vehicle inspections under Federal Motor Carriers Safety Regulations.
  • Performed daily vehicle inspections to ensure safely transportation of equipment and personnel.
  • Provided excellent customer service and also performed heavy equipment and vehicle inspections.
  • Conducted regular vehicle inspections and informed maintenance department of any problem.
  • Coordinate vehicle inspections and repairs; tracked maintenance/repair log.
  • Performed Transportation Department vehicle inspections as required.
  • Conducted required for vehicle inspections as required.
  • Performed vehicle inspections at required intervals.
  • Perform vehicle inspections and preventative maintenance.
  • Perform vehicle inspections and document deficiencies.
  • Passed vehicle inspections consistently throughout tenure.
  • Perform vehicle inspections daily, note any deficiencies, and coordinate with maintenance department to arrange repairs while on the road.
  • Complete daily vehicle inspections, reports and mileage logs as well as clean and perform simple routine maintenance on the truck.
  • Complete log, reports, and vehicle inspections daily while complying with local, state, and federal regulations of safety.
  • Performed vehicle inspections and preventative maintenance before, during and after trips to ensure all repairs were accurately completed.
  • Arranged, organized, and scheduled deliveries for local Customers as well as coordinated routine vehicle inspections and maintenance.
  • Coordinated routine vehicle inspections and maintenance, assisted in warehousing, and mentored other drivers regarding routes and schedules.
  • Perform vehicle inspections to include: lights, brakes, gas, oil pressure, fluid levels, etc.

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28. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Prepared and maintained records in accordance with regulations and company procedures, operated truck in accordance with safety procedures.
  • Delivered and picked up dialysis products from home patients and clinics according to established safety procedures and guidelines.
  • Complied with Federal, Florida state and local county regulations pertaining to vehicle operations and safety procedures.
  • Ensured cargo was secured properly compliant with safety requirements and followed safety procedures for transporting hazardous goods.
  • Operated Forklift to transport various items* Use safety procedures to properly operate machinery* Longshoreman driver for inter-rail
  • Operated and performed inspections on tractor trailer to DOT guidelines and safety procedures hauling refrigerated cargo.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting heavy equipment to all construction in Washington and Oregon.
  • Provided truck preventative maintenance and addressed safety issues to ensure no safety procedures were violated.
  • Comply with prescribed safety procedures or federal laws regulating transportation methods of the hazardous materials.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures and legal regulations, including placarding, for transporting hazardous materials.
  • Executed loading, unloading and hooking also followed safety procedures for transporting hazardous goods.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures and DOT guidelines when operating vehicle and equipment.
  • Loaded and unloaded cylinders and maintained all safety procedures while delivering products.
  • Managed driver routes and followed appropriate safety procedures when transporting dangerous goods.
  • Transported propane in a semi-trailer in accordance with established safety procedures.
  • Implemented plant and cement delivery safety procedures which reduced personal injuries.
  • Implement safety procedures for the proper operation of propane delivery system.
  • Facilitate proper safety procedures and techniques to ensure safe on time delivery
  • Implemented proper safety procedures and reported all unsafe conditions to management.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures when transporting construction materials or heavy equipment.

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29. Qualcomm

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Here's how Qualcomm is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Communicated and retrieved job assignment from dispatcher and QUALCOMM computer located in assigned tractor.
  • Operated equipment, such as QUALCOMM, to navigate and exchange necessary information with bases, supervisors, or other drivers.
  • Maintained logs and vehicle maintenance status; experienced user of the latest QUALCOMM system (wireless technology).
  • Used QUALCOMM communications system to advise dispatch of problems, location, pick up and delivery of loads.
  • Use QUALCOMM for communication, directions, pick-up numbers, and to keep electronic log up to date.
  • Maintained logbooks accurately, promptly and neatly of time and miles traveled via QUALCOMM tracking system.
  • Received messages or materials to be delivered, and information on recipients; communicated via QUALCOMM.
  • Maintained QUALCOMM or telephone contact with dispatcher to receive instructions or be dispatched to new location.
  • Update dispatch of arrival/departure from shipper/consignee and daily status of loads by QualComm as required.
  • Maintained communication between truck and Driver Manager through the use of a QualComm system.
  • Keep up on DOT regulations and paper logs as well as maintaining QUALCOMM systems.
  • Process paperwork and transmit information to company through a QUALCOMM computer in truck.
  • Receive dispatch instructions via QualComm, and keep dispatch updated on load status.
  • Maintain accurate E-logs (QUALCOMM) in accordance with FMCSA and company requirements.
  • Communicate with customers verbally and employer through QUALCOMM (computer assist dispatch).
  • Plan routes using maps, QualComm, and/or GPS systems as necessary.
  • Obtained and updated jobs on a computerized QUALCOMM system installed in truck.
  • Completed paperwork and QUALCOMM duties in accordance w/company policy and federal guidelines.
  • Operated CV radios and computerized dispatch via the QualComm satellite system.
  • Communicate with DBL and update job status via QualComm system.

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30. Delivery Schedules

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Here's how Delivery Schedules is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Maintained perfect driving records of delivery schedules, customer issues and location notes to keep management adequately informed.
  • Provided quality customer service, met pickup and delivery schedules, inspected vehicles, ensured accuracy of documentation.
  • Managed daily preventive maintenance logs on all vehicles to ensure proper functionality with safety and timely delivery schedules
  • Maintained on-time delivery schedules of freight while adhering to safety regulations and requirements.
  • Monitored and replenish daily inventory and consistently met delivery schedules on time.
  • Operated an 18-wheel tractor/trailer combination vehicle and met strict delivery schedules.
  • Anticipated and provided technical trouble-shooting in order to meet delivery schedules.
  • Coordinated delivery schedules with customers to ensure timely delivery of materials.
  • Performed vehicle maintenance and maintained accurate records and delivery schedules.
  • Managed a customer database that coordinated delivery schedules with driver routes
  • Provided concise information on client purchases and delivery schedules.
  • Communicated with Company and Fleet Manger coordinating delivery schedules.
  • Coordinated daily delivery schedules based on client orders.
  • Coordinated daily delivery schedules based on customer schedules.
  • Organized load to efficiently achieve delivery schedules.
  • Maintained adequate productivity rate to meet delivery schedules
  • Coordinate with manager delivery schedules and routing.
  • Maintained precise cargo delivery schedules.
  • Maintained complete records of truck maintenance, delivery schedules, customer issues and location notes to inform management of delivery operations.
  • Coordinated all products and delivery schedules, responsible of all tracking of parcels to ensure no loss of products.

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31. DOT

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Here's how DOT is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Observed DOT qualifications in accordance with Federal Motor Carriers Safety Regulations.
  • Performed daily inspections and completed paperwork in accordance with DOT regulations.
  • Followed all logistic procedures and DOT safety regulations and guidelines.
  • Possessed knowledge and adhered to DOT safety regulations for transporting goods, reported vehicle defects, traffic accidents/violations and damaged vehicles.
  • Reinforced and upheld DOT regulations, OSHA requirements, company policies and procedures, and maintained a clean updated recorded.
  • Dot compliance Accomplishments Accident free from beginning to current Skills Used Safely operate truck using 5 points of the Smith System
  • Follow all DOT regulations, Maintain all safety equipment and maintenance on assigned vehicle before, during and after operation.
  • Adhered to DOT regulations and parking rules to avoid violations and parking tickets and maintaining accuracy with trip logs.
  • Job description: Delivery of goods throughout the United States as per my company's standards and DOT regulations.
  • Truck maintenance from greasing to cleaning filters and screens, and keep equipment clean and up to DOT regulations.
  • Trip Planning for Long Haul Deliveries to ensure DOT compliance and on time pick-up and delivery of customers loads.
  • Resided in company dorms, attended classes, received training and tested at local community college and DMV/DOT.
  • Organized and maintained good record documentation of the tractor, freight and trailer in accordance with DOT regulations.
  • Follow all special procedures as directed by the company, the customers, DOT, and DOD regulations.
  • Inspect truck as per dot requirements and inspect load and make sure needed equipment was placed in truck.
  • Obey all DOT regulations and expertly pick my parking areas to keep parking tickets to a bare minimum.
  • Adhered to DOT regulations and parking rules and kept a clean record with no violations or parking tickets.
  • Adhered and successfully execution of all paperwork with special emphasis on billing-related and DOT hours of service requirements.
  • Preformed daily truck maintenance at the beginning and end of shift ensuring vehicle was up to DOT code.
  • Follow all company safety directives, Department of Transportation (DOT) and local and state laws/regulations.

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32. GPS

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Here's how GPS is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Followed GPS directives and maintained in constant communication with dispatch when necessary.
  • Pilot-tested a GPS-enabled inventory tracking system to identify system flaws.
  • Prompt delivery of materials using GPS navigation software
  • Operated: Trucks greater than 26000 pounds, Forklift, Global positioning system GPS devices, Hydraulic lifts, Pallet Jack.
  • Map appropriate routes (shortest and safest) on either conventional maps or GPS and follow mapped route to reach destination.
  • Operated equipment; truck cab computers, CB radios, phones, and global positioning systems (GPS).
  • Have useful geographic familiarity with all of Lower 48, did not utilize GPS my entire time at May.
  • Well versed in using GPS and maps to chart out time and cost efficient routes for delivery purposes.
  • Date work orders as planned for customer satisfaction, monitor GPS system on vehicles for precise delivery times.
  • Operated a Terra Gator to spread dry fertilizer in which the amounts were calculated by GPS systems.
  • Gained experience in truck driving, moving through tight spaces, and locating drops with GPS.
  • Map appropriate routes on either conventional maps or the GPS and drive commercial trucks along mapped routes
  • Hauled Crude Oil, Responsibilities include, Drive to lease using directions, maps or GPS.
  • Drive Tank truck delivering propane to customers on a list or specified route using GPS.
  • Pick up loans and deliver loads on time use a GPS navigate highways paperwork electronic logs
  • Transport materials to and from predetermined locations with the use of a map or GPS.
  • Read maps, followed written and verbal geographic directions, as well as GPS devices.
  • Planned routes using maps/GPS to ensure cargo was delivered on time to the proper locations.
  • Delivered product to specified locations using common knowledge of the area and GPS APP.
  • Documented log book and mapped delivery routes via GPS system for timely delivers.

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33. Delivery Documentation

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Here's how Delivery Documentation is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Maintain and complete accurate records such as delivery documentation and any other required information according to company policies.
  • Reported any errors found on delivery documentation to supervisor.
  • Collect payments and perform required inventory and delivery documentation.
  • Submitted all delivery documentation for incoming shipments.
  • Invoice and Delivery documentation handling.
  • Submitted a daily mileage log with trip sheets, fuel, maintenance and delivery documentation
  • Submit all delivery documentation and update work log daily for all deliveries.
  • Submitted daily mileage log, fuel and maintenance, and delivery documentation.
  • Maintained daily mileage, maintenance, and delivery documentation and records.
  • Transported deliveries and submitted delivery documentation in a timely manner.
  • Transported delivery locally Submitted all delivery documentation in timely manner.
  • Submitted all delivery documentation in a timely manner.
  • Summited all delivery documentation in timely manner.
  • Move heavy machinery and transport materials to various locations Complete reports and other delivery documentation Work at elevated heights securing truck loads
  • Submitted all delivery documentation in a timely manner.Completed basic maintenance such as minor repairs to keep vehicle neat and running properly.
  • Transported deliveries locally and over the road.a Completed and submitted all delivery documentation in a timely manner.
  • Submitted all delivery documentation in a timely manner Managed discrepancy documentation for incoming shipments.
  • Invoice and Delivery documentation handling.Maintain required logs/paperwork.Pay $12.50 per hour.
  • 93305Transported deliveries locally.Submitted all delivery documentation in a timely manner.
  • Submitted alldelivery documentation in a timely manner.

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34. Vehicle Logs

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Here's how Vehicle Logs is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Maintained Department of Transportation vehicle logs Collected signed delivery conformations
  • Read maps, Service vehicle with water, fuel, or oil, Transport cargo, and Maintain vehicle logs
  • Maintained records, such as vehicle logs, and verified the contents of inventory loads against shipping papers.
  • Maintained records, such as vehicle logs, records of cargo, billing statements and bill of ladings.
  • Maintained vehicle logs and cargo records Used phones and two-way radios Have a clean driving record.
  • Maintained vehicle logs, cargo records, and work record; used two-way radios and phones.
  • Maintained vehicle logs, cargo records and work record Positioned trucks for loading and unloading.
  • Maintained vehicle logs, cargo records, & billing statements in accordance to regulations.
  • Maintained vehicle logs, cargo records and work record Applied understanding of loading signals.
  • Maintained vehicle logs, cargo records and work record Read maps and followed directions.
  • Maintained vehicle logs, cargo records and work record Hold clean driving record.
  • Maintained vehicle logs for shipment as well as mileage in accordance with transport regulations
  • Use two-way radio or mobile phone and Maintain records such as vehicle logs.
  • Maintain vehicle logs such as DOT bills of lading, and invoice receipts.
  • Maintained vehicle logs and cargo records Reported traffic problems to other drivers.
  • Maintain accurate vehicle logs, cargo records, and other required documentation.
  • Maintained vehicle logs, cargo records, and work hours of service.
  • Maintain vehicle logs, bills of materials for customer and inspections.
  • Maintain all fluid levels and tire pressures and daily vehicle logs/documents.
  • Maintained records, such as vehicle logs in accordance with regulations.

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35. Customer Locations

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Here's how Customer Locations is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Managed and planned trips and routes of delivery *Supervised and confirmed the accurate delivery of product to customer locations
  • Picked up Tankers @ various inter-company locations and transported to different customer locations in approximately thirty five states.
  • Maintain trip logs reflecting customer locations with a demonstrated ability to navigate thick city traffic.
  • Mixed fertilizers and other agricultural products; hauled product to customer locations for application.
  • Delivered finished product to customer locations and transferred product between manufacturing locations.
  • Deliver and merchandise beverage products at a variety of customer locations.
  • Loaded and unloaded products at distribution centers and customer locations.
  • Transferred and arranged product at customer locations safely and efficiently.
  • Deliver concrete from batch plant to customer locations in central Pennsylvania
  • Deliver and pick-up general commodities at various customer locations.
  • Transport product from distribution center to customer locations.
  • Ensured timely delivery of goods to customer locations.
  • Load and deliver requested orders to customer locations
  • Delivered and recovered equipment at customer locations.
  • Unloaded deliveries at specific customer locations.
  • Handled unloaded at customer locations.
  • Maintained trip logs reflecting customer locations and distance traveled and fuel costs and driver log in accordance with ICC regulations.
  • Provide holistic and great experience in transporting different types of goods from distribution centers to customer locations using a truck.
  • Operated commercial motor vehicle to transport freight in interstate commerce between terminals and from home terminal to customer locations.
  • Maintain trip logs reflecting customer locations and distance traveled along with detailed summaries of fuel cost and cargo weights.

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36. Company Policies

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Here's how Company Policies is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Performed routine maintenance and safety inspections as required by company policies and regulatory requirements.
  • Performed general equipment inspections; ensuring adherence to established company policies.
  • Maintain thorough and updated information on company policies and procedure.
  • Operated tanker according to Company policies and state/federal laws.
  • Ensured compliance with regulatory and company policies and procedures.
  • Ensured cargo safety.complying with company policies and procedures.
  • Maintain compliance to Federal regulations and company policies.
  • Maintained required records and all required company policies.
  • Communicate orally an in writing according to all OSHA, DOD and company policies for safety concerning the freight and driving.
  • Perform tractor and Trailer inspections to insure the unit is safe for US Highways according to DOT regulations and Company Policies.
  • Followed Federal, State and Company policies and laws delivering hazardous materials and keeping that paperwork up to date and current.
  • Performed duties in accordance with company policies and procedures as well as complying with federal, state and local regulations.
  • Exercised excellent safety and sound judgment while driving and ensured compliance with DOT safety regulations and company policies and procedures.
  • Operate and maintain records in accordance with FMCSR, Department of Transportation (DOT) and company policies as required.
  • Interact with the utmost professionalism at all times, providing excellent customer service and following all company policies and procedures.
  • Drive OTR delivering mixed freight in a safe & timely manner adhering to all D. O. T. and company policies.
  • Follow all rules procedures and company policies to minimize injury, damage to vehicles, and risk of accidents.
  • Trained new drivers to the company and industry on company policies, DOT regulations, and defensive driving techniques.
  • Oriented new Drivers to Company policies, procedures, updating daily logs, trip sheets and work orders.
  • Operate all equipment in a safe and efficient way according to all relevant company policies and DOT regulations.

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37. Safe Operation

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Here's how Safe Operation is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Licensed Commercial Driver responsible for safe operation of 18-wheeler and timely delivery of goods while complying with traffic regulations.
  • Handled safe operation of refrigerated units on trailer, safe and timely Delivery for Perishable freight
  • Maintained equipment for safe operation and complied with State and Federal Government regulations.
  • Tended and observed equipment and machinery to verify efficient and safe operation.
  • Preformed daily vehicle inspections using DVIR supplied for mechanically safe operation.
  • Provided preventive maintenance on tractor trailers, ensuring safe operation.
  • Managed maintenance of rigs/trailers to ensure safe operations.
  • Maintain equipment to safe operation condition.
  • Conducted inspections to ensure safe operation.
  • Entrusted with safe operation of a DOT truck, adherence to DOT guidelines, and strict company safety policies, clothing.
  • Accomplished safe operation of various trucks and also acquired valuable skills in maintenance, cleaning and detail of work performed.
  • Inspect equipment for safety problems, maintain equipment for safe operation, plan routing and supervise loading of materials.
  • Provided instruction to customers on the safe operation of equipment delivered, to include equipment setup and repair procedures.
  • Maintained safe operation and clean appearance by complying with companies' operational policies and state driving rules and regulations.
  • Received numerous safety awards for the safe operation of company straight trucks and safe work history with Boise Cascade.
  • Tasked with the unloading, safe operation, and maintenance of pneumatic trailer, blower and all related equipment.
  • Preformed daily vehicle inspections using company provided DVIR, for mechanical items or issues relating to safe operation.
  • Be responsible for inspecting their vehicles for mechanical items or issues relating to safe operation and customer service.
  • Truck drivers are also responsible for inspecting their vehicles for mechanical items or issues relating to safe operation.
  • Maintained truck and trailers for safe operation and transport of goods and keeping with federal laws and regulations.

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38. Transport Goods

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Here's how Transport Goods is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Transport goods coast to coast within a specific time frame under the Motor Carrier Regulations and Stevens Transportation policies.
  • Transport goods safely, haul various products, successfully operate vehicles conditions and over a wide variety of terrain.
  • Transport goods and raw materials over-the-road (OTR) to and from manufacturing plants or retail and distribution centers.
  • Transport goods including cars, livestock, and other materials in liquid, loose, or packaged form.
  • Operate a semi-trailer truck to transport goods, materials, produce, and other commodities to different states.
  • Operated an 18 wheeler to transport goods, parts, and materials, averaging 20 stops per week.
  • Operate 18-wheeler to transport goods and materials to our commercial accounts while providing prompt and courteous service.
  • Operated and drove a semi-truck with a 53 foot trailer and obtained necessary documents to transport goods.
  • Operated a tractor trailer to transport goods, parts and materials, averaging 6 stops per week.
  • Transport goods to and from customers as needed all around the east coast within a timely manner.
  • Operated and drove truck with trailer to transport goods and materials over long distances in 48 states.
  • Transport goods on the east coast within a specific time frame under the Motor Carrier Regulations.
  • Transport goods to desired location with boom truck, flatbed, 20,2 or 1 ton vehicle.
  • Operated semi-trailer and straight trucks to transport goods, materials, parts and various other things.
  • Operate a 53-foot truck and Trailer to transport goods to local Costco Warehouse Facilities and Vendors.
  • Operated a semi-trailer to transport goods and materials averaging no less than 2,500 miles per week.
  • Operated and drove different kinds of trucks to transport goods and materials over long distances.
  • Deliver consumer goods and transport goods in the United States and Canada by Tractor Trailer.
  • Operated a tractor trailer to transport goods assigned locations in a safe and timely manner.
  • Operated and drove 18 wheeler tractor- trailer to transport goods and materials over long distances.

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39. Construction Sites

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Here's how Construction Sites is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operate company commercial vehicles and delivering building materials to commercial and residential construction sites in a safe and timely manner.
  • Delivered different commodities to construction sites throughout Northern California *Received a Production Award for exceeding goals in transportation of petroleum waste
  • Delivered and unloaded stone to residential and commercial construction sites throughout Georgia.
  • Delivered high end roofing and waterproofing material to commercial construction sites.
  • Delivered lighting fixtures and electrical supplies to new construction sites
  • Loaded/unloaded materials at construction sites and warehouses.
  • Delivered product primarily to commercial construction sites.
  • Delivered merchandise to various construction sites.
  • Delivered roofing materials to construction sites.
  • Delivered electrical products to numerous construction sites
  • Delivered commercial fuel to construction sites
  • Drive a dump truck hauling construction material such as dirt, stone, asphalt and sand to and from construction sites.
  • Load the flatbed with Material and drive material to construction sites, hardware stores in the local and regional areas.
  • Operate Vacuum Truck at various construction sites, cleaning storm drains and sewer lines for newly developed construction sites.
  • Operated a tractor with a double trailer combination, to haul construction material in and out of construction sites.
  • Expected to operate the vehicle at work sites, construction sites, factories, storage yards, and warehouses.
  • Operated industrial 18-wheeler flat-bed truck to distribute household products for newly construction sites and remodeled homes * Trained new drivers
  • Ensured timely delivery of materials to numerous businesses, direct customers, and construction sites within New Hampshire.
  • Job sites consist of but not limited to Substations/power plants, chemical plants, construction sites, etc.
  • Performed daily pick-up and deliveries to construction sites and quarries, daily reports, truck inspection and maintenance.

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40. Mechanical Problems

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Here's how Mechanical Problems is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Identified mechanical problems and maintenance needs of trucks and trailers, communicated to maintenance department for repair
  • Conducted daily inspections of equipment and reported any mechanical problems with vehicle.
  • Monitored performance of vehicle to prevent possible mechanical problems during transfer process.
  • Recorded and reported mechanical problems to the appropriate personnel.
  • Reported any mechanical problems to Remote Engineering Director.
  • Logged and reported mechanical problems if necessary.
  • Report serious mechanical problems that occurred.
  • Reported serious mechanical problems to Maintenance.
  • Reported any mechanical problems encountered with vehicles Reported vehicle defects, accidents, traffic violations, or damage to the vehicles.
  • Inspect truck and trailer before, during and after delivery; keep a log of activities, report mechanical problems.
  • Monitor and kept logs of trips, including mechanical problems, engine problems, causes of delay, etc.
  • Reported serious mechanical problems to the managers; kept truck and associated equipment tidy and in good working orders
  • Read maps and followed written and verbal geographic directions - Reported any mechanical problems encountered with vehicles.
  • Report any mechanical problems to the shop for proper instructions on where and when to get repairs.
  • Assist the mechanics and other route technicians in solving the mechanical problems of the vehicles during transportation.
  • Record keeping, hard working, goal oriented, safety conscious, and troubleshooting/repairing mechanical problems.
  • Keep a log of their activities and reported serious mechanical problems to the appropriate personnel.
  • Inspected vehicle before and after every trip to report and log any mechanical problems.
  • Inspect my trailer before and after the trip and report any serious mechanical problems.
  • Keep mechanic informed of any safety or mechanical problems with truck or trailer.

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41. Dangerous Goods

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Here's how Dangerous Goods is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • 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.
  • Transport hazardous products and dangerous goods.
  • Followed safetyprocedures for transporting dangerous goods.

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42. Report Vehicle Defects

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Here's how Report Vehicle Defects is used in Truck 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.
  • Track and report vehicle defects, accidents, traffic violations, and damage.
  • Report vehicle defects, accidents, or damage to vehicle.
  • Report vehicle defects, accidents, traffic violations.

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43. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Confined Spaces Certification, Hazardous Materials/OSHA training.
  • Provided training and assistance to other truck drivers ensuring all OSHA and project site safety compliance initiatives were understood and enforced.
  • Entered data into computer in compliance with the company Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) in compliance with OSHA, I.C.C.
  • Patched roads with asphalt* operated a skid loader* Forklifts and other heavy equipment* worked on the equipment* followed DOT and OSHA regulations
  • DOT regulations are accurately documented, OSHA regulations are adhered to, and the Truck is thoroughly inspected, daily.
  • Fork Lift Operator * Material Handler OSHA Certified as of 2006 for: * forklift * boom lift * scissor lift
  • Manage and ensure that all corporate, company, Department of Defense and OSHA safety practices and procedures are followed.
  • Assemble and disassemble Cranes including rigging and accessories to perform the job per OSHA, MSHA regulations and rules.
  • Maintain mechanical safety of the 18 wheeler and ensure that all equipment meets OSHA requirements and DOT Federal Regulations.
  • Transported & established firm relations with state, local and OSHA representatives in the safety transport of waste material.
  • Established and implemented OSHA guidelines related to handling and transportation of hazardous material and chemicals at the firm.
  • Perform all duties according to company, customer, federal, OSHA, and EPA regulations and standards.
  • Operate 60 ton haul truck underground while maintaining and keeping up with OSHA and MSHA rules and regulations.
  • Power tools knowledge and construction machine skills requiring OSHA training, for instance mine and construction site.
  • Complied with DOT, OSHA and EPA regulations in he proper handling and transportation of agricultural fertilizers.
  • Handled a high volume of phone calls and knowledge of DOT trucking rules/regulations and OSHA requirements.
  • Follow all safety guidelines, organizational rules and OSHA, state, and federal safety regulations.
  • Work was done under OSHA standards and ran equipment and trucks requiring Class A CDL.
  • Adhered to all regulations including hazardous materials handling, storage, DOT, and OSHA.
  • Conduct operations in a manner that promotes safety and complied with OSHA and MSDS standards.

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44. Trip Logs

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Here's how Trip Logs is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Tracked and maintained trip logs to capture all customer account locations, distance traveled, and fuel costs.
  • Handled documents such as company invoices accounts receivable, trip logs, registration, permits and insurance.
  • Performed through equipment inspections, detailed trip logs and light repair work as needed.
  • Maintain trip logs reflecting locations, distance and time traveled and fuel stops.
  • Record and complete detailed trip logs and repair reports according to DOT regulations.
  • Maintained trip logs reflecting arrival to destinations, distance traveled and fuel costs.
  • Maintain trip logs, in accordance with Federal regulations and company requirements.
  • Maintain trip logs reflecting customer location to indicated number of miles driven.
  • Maintain trip logs reflecting how much was loaded (weight.)
  • Maintained records of daily inspection along with daily trip logs.
  • Performed daily truck inspections and maintained daily trip logs.
  • Prepared and submitted trip logs and accident reports.
  • Maintain DOT trip logs and fueling of trucks.
  • Maintain trip logs of location and distance.
  • Maintain trip logs distance traveled.
  • Keep trip logs and manifests.
  • Move products to storage locations Performed daily truck inspections and maintained daily trip logs.
  • Maintained trip logs reflecting loading, unloading, distance travelled and fuel costs.
  • Completed pre and post trip logs.
  • Operated an 18-wheeler to transport refrigerated food products Maintained trip logs in compliance with the department of transportation Maintained consistent on-time delivery

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45. Safe Vehicle

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Here's how Safe Vehicle is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Maintain trip logs reflecting customer locations and distance traveled Maintain safe vehicle and conditions in compliance with company and highway regulations.
  • Maintain safe vehicle conditions and protect the load by complying with organization policies and procedures and highway rules and regulations.
  • Operated in safe vehicle and conditions, in compliance with Company, State, and Federal rules and regulations.
  • Complied with all federal, state, local, and company's regulations concerning safe vehicle operation.
  • Maintained a safe vehicle in compliance with company and Department of Transportation (DOT) safety regulations.
  • Set a schedule that ensured proper delivery times and safe vehicle operation as per law.
  • Maintained safe vehicle and conditions, protected load by complying with company policies and procedures.
  • Required to keep accurate records, and maintain a safe vehicle at all times.
  • Performed daily maintenance of truck and trailer, maintaining safe vehicle and condition compliance.
  • Maintained safe vehicle and conditions in compliance with Federal and State guidelines.
  • Maintain safe vehicle and conditions in compliance with company and highway regulations.
  • Maintain safe vehicle and driving in accordance with company and highway regulations.
  • Maintain safe vehicle and conditions in compliance with company and law enforcement.
  • Maintain safe vehicle and conditions with company and federal regulations.
  • Maintained safe vehicle in compliance with DOT regulations.
  • Maintain a safe vehicle ready for hi-way travel.
  • Maintain safe vehicle and conditions in compliance with company and highway regulations Experience in using FedEx and UPS World shipping system.
  • Maintain safe vehicle and conditions in compliance with company and highway regulations Transportation of materials from residential areas to county landfill.
  • Operated fuel truck for over 17 years * Maintain safe vehicle conditions in compliance with the company and highway regulations.
  • Excelled in being responsible for load securement and inspection, also performing a full and safe vehicle inspection.

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46. Radiator Fluid

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Here's how Radiator Fluid is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Performed basic vehicle maintenance; adding oil, fuel, and radiator fluid, and other minor repairs.
  • Preform basic vehicle maintenance tasks such as adding oil, fuel, and radiator fluid.
  • Perform vehicle maintenance tasks such as adding oil, fuel, radiator fluid, etc.
  • Serviced truck with oil, fuel and radiator fluid to maintain tractor-trailer.
  • Fuel, or radiator fluid or performing minor repairs.
  • Serviced truck with oil, fuel and radiator fluid to maintain tractor trailer Maintained driver log according to I.C.C.
  • Perform basic vehicle maintenance tasks, such as adding oil,fuel, or radiator fluid.
  • Performed basic vechicle maintenance task such as adding oil,fuel and radiator fluid and performing minor repairs
  • Perform baasic vehicle maintence tasks, such as adding fuel,oil,or radiator fluid

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47. Timely Delivery

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Here's how Timely Delivery is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Developed and routed most efficient line of transportation to ensure prompt and timely delivery of customer merchandise.
  • Position included responsibility for efficient and timely delivery and pick-up of supplies to various area stores.
  • Picked up, delivered merchandise and equipment to designated locations while ensuring timely delivery of goods.
  • Communicated regularly with dispatcher, ensuring product timely delivery and discussing resolutions for potential on-site hazards.
  • Maintained an impeccable driving record, management of company property and timely delivery of items.
  • Maintained phone contact with supervisors for delivery instruction and to ensure timely delivery.
  • Meet clients needs regarding timely delivery, product requirements and other service arrangements.
  • Ensured the proper loading/unloading and timely delivery of products to residential locations.
  • Maintained safe and timely delivery of merchandise to company's hub for distribution
  • Ensured proper unloading and timely delivery of products to various locations.
  • Interacted daily with customers and management ensuring timely delivery/pick-up of loads.
  • Performed timely delivery and pick-up of parcels on a metropolitan route.
  • Reviewed the most expeditious route guaranteeing timely delivery while ensuring safety.
  • Provided timely delivery and unloaded grocery products at various stores.
  • Conducted statewide deliveries* Responsible for safety and timely delivery of inventory
  • Mastered quality assurance of product and timely delivery.
  • Ensured timely delivery of orders throughout Central Florida.
  • Provided safe and timely delivery of petroleum products.
  • Provide timely delivery and courteous service to customers.
  • Ensured timely delivery of products and merchandise.

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48. Basic Maintenance

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Here's how Basic Maintenance is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Performed basic maintenance on delivery truck, received and processed delivery tickets, and performed excellent customer service.
  • Performed basic maintenance including fixing minor issues and defects to ensure safety and efficiency.
  • Transported heavy equipment and performed basic maintenance on a variety of military vehicles.
  • Provided and performed basic maintenance on Military issued vehicles.
  • Completed basic maintenance on equipment.
  • Inspected truck for defects before and after trips and submitted reports indicating truck condition, and performed basic maintenance.
  • Ensured that tractor trailer received basic maintenance, such as oil, fuel, and basic fluids.
  • Load and unload trucks using appropriate equipment Performed basic maintenance duties on truck Secure cargo for transport
  • Obtained and kept current Class A CDL license-Basic maintenance on trucks-Pick up and delivery of loads
  • Perform basic maintenance and any other tasks in the shop, on trucks and equipment.
  • Performed basic maintenance on an 18-wheeler, including changing the oil and replacing the filters.
  • Performed basic maintenance on trucks and trailers and reported all deficiencies to on duty mechanic.
  • Complete basic maintenance on vehicles, and keep them running and looking top quality.
  • Completed basic maintenance such as minor repairs to keep vehicle neat and running properly.
  • Inspect equipment for safety prior to use, and perform necessary basic maintenance tasks.
  • Preformed basic maintenance on truck and trailers driving extended hours throughout the summer months.
  • Completed basic maintenance like minor repairs to keep vehicles neat and operating efficiently.
  • Followed company procedures, DOT regulations and maintained basic maintenance on the vehicle.
  • Completed basic maintenance and repairs on vehicle while maintaining the appropriate DOT documentation.
  • Do basic maintenance on trucks and equipment, perform various types of labor

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49. Water Truck

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Here's how Water Truck is used in Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operated tankers, water trucks, dump trucks, both single and double side dumps, belly dumps and flat beds.
  • Drill Operated 245 Drill Tech, blasting holes, Cat 690 Tiger RTD cleaning for shovel, and water truck.
  • Drive bob tail and tractor trailer water trucks for oil field services, pick up and dispose of produced water.
  • Operated steel wheel rollers, rubber tire rollers, crack sealing machine, loaders, water trucks and similar equipment.
  • Perform services for Oil and Gas companies Operate Water Truck, Guzzler, and Roll off Transport liquids to disposal facilities
  • Operate dump truck/water truck/seal coat truck/backhoe/bobcat/roller;Transport heavy equipment to various work sites; Transport debris to dump.
  • Operate loader, water truck, and shop work, also learned how to change a tire and repair.
  • Perform various number of different activities such as: Dust control and process material on the water truck.
  • Operate 10-wheel dump truck/dump trailer for paving and material relocation, water truck, low boy trailer.
  • Drive water truck tankers both semi and straight truck and belly dump hauling hot mix and aggregates.
  • Perform dust control with water truck and also swept debris and extra rocks on various job sites.
  • Gas patch, I drove winch truck/water truck, moving rig equipment from location to location.
  • Drive a Grease Truck and also have driven off road water truck, off-road dump truck.
  • Operated and drove vehicles including water truck, semi end dump, and side dump truck.
  • Operate a water truck to and from site locations to pick up or drop off fluids
  • Loaded and unloaded water truck * Operated front end loader * Took elevations on airport runway
  • Trained new hires in the act of driving a water truck in the oil field.
  • Drive water truck for the gas and oil industry, hauled fresh and production water.
  • Operated Semi Bottom Dumps and Super 10, and water trucks also preformed mechanic duties.
  • Operate a Water Truck to provide water to the job site averaging 15 loads daily.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Truck Driver

Delivery Instructions21.1%
Appropriate Safety Procedures15.2%
Customer Service5.9%
Tractor-Trailer Combinations5.4%
Pre-Trip Inspections5.2%
CDL5%
Log Book4.7%
Dump Truck4.2%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Truck Driver

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Delivery Instructions
Delivery Instructions
16.3%
16.3%
2
2
Appropriate Safety Procedures
Appropriate Safety Procedures
11.7%
11.7%
3
3
Customer Service
Customer Service
4.6%
4.6%
4
4
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
4.2%
4.2%
5
5
Pre-Trip Inspections
Pre-Trip Inspections
4%
4%
6
6
CDL
CDL
3.9%
3.9%
7
7
Log Book
Log Book
3.7%
3.7%
8
8
Dump Truck
Dump Truck
3.2%
3.2%
9
9
OTR
OTR
3.1%
3.1%
10
10
State Regulations
State Regulations
3%
3%
11
11
Job Site
Job Site
2.8%
2.8%
12
12
Traffic Laws
Traffic Laws
2.5%
2.5%
13
13
Pickup
Pickup
2.4%
2.4%
14
14
Drive Trucks
Drive Trucks
2%
2%
15
15
Emergency Equipment
Emergency Equipment
1.8%
1.8%
16
16
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
1.8%
1.8%
17
17
Pallet Jack
Pallet Jack
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
Unload Trucks
Unload Trucks
1.7%
1.7%
19
19
Vehicle Service
Vehicle Service
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Repair Status
Repair Status
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
Applicable State
Applicable State
1.5%
1.5%
22
22
Safe Driving
Safe Driving
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Hazmat
Hazmat
1.4%
1.4%
24
24
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Weather Conditions
Weather Conditions
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Straight Truck
Straight Truck
1%
1%
27
27
Vehicle Inspections
Vehicle Inspections
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Qualcomm
Qualcomm
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Delivery Schedules
Delivery Schedules
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
DOT
DOT
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
GPS
GPS
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Delivery Documentation
Delivery Documentation
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Vehicle Logs
Vehicle Logs
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Customer Locations
Customer Locations
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Company Policies
Company Policies
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Safe Operation
Safe Operation
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Transport Goods
Transport Goods
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Construction Sites
Construction Sites
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Mechanical Problems
Mechanical Problems
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Dangerous Goods
Dangerous Goods
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Report Vehicle Defects
Report Vehicle Defects
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Osha
Osha
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Trip Logs
Trip Logs
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Safe Vehicle
Safe Vehicle
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Radiator Fluid
Radiator Fluid
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Timely Delivery
Timely Delivery
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Basic Maintenance
Basic Maintenance
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Water Truck
Water Truck
0.5%
0.5%

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