Top Truck Driver-Over-The-Road Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Truck Driver-Over-The-Road. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Truck Driver-Over-The-Road resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.4% of Truck Driver-Over-The-Road resumes contained On-Time Delivery as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Truck Driver-Over-The-Road actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Truck Driver-Over-The-Road resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. On-Time Delivery

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Here's how On-Time Delivery is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Applied expertise to safely operate tractor/trailer combinations and consistently achieve on-time delivery of a wide range of freight.
  • Ensured on-time delivery while maintaining professional relationships with all customers and shippers.
  • Monitored refrigerated loads for transport and managed time to ensure safe on-time delivery
  • Focused on ensuring on-time delivery within specified time frames.
  • Maintain consistent on-time delivery record with 90% of all orders arriving ahead of schedule.
  • Interfaced constantly with shippers and consignees to ensure the on-time delivery of customer freight.
  • Coordinated route schedule and planned routes for efficiency and on-time delivery.
  • Maintain accurate records and logs and consistent on-time delivery record.
  • Dedicated 17 months to constant on-time delivery without home time.
  • Performed trip planning & map reading to ensure on-time delivery.
  • Maintained excellent on-time delivery & strong rapport with customers.
  • Planned routes to ensure on-time delivery safely.
  • Make on-time delivery with no cargo damage.
  • Planned route for on-time delivery.
  • Take responsibility for the safe, on-time delivery of cargo to various locations within the U.S..

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2. OTR

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Here's how OTR is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Well I'm a OTR driver I make sure pick up and delivery are made in a safe and timely manner.
  • Worked about 2 weeks per month doing OTR flatbed deliveries of Great Plains equipment in the Heartland of the country.
  • Contracted OTR truck driver for Try Hours expediting service picking up and dropping off materials to various customers around the country
  • Drive tractor trailer's hauling various types of products OTR throughout the United States meeting all DOT policies and requirements
  • Hauled all types of freight throughout the 48 contiguous United States and Canada as an OTR Truck Driver.
  • Acquired knowledge on the basics of commercial OTR driving, gaining experience with a 40 ft. trailer.
  • Oversee 18 OTR drivers, found and secured loads for these trucks and resolved any issues.
  • Job Duties:Main duties included OTR driving, inspection of and maintenance of the truck.
  • Dry Van Over The Road (OTR) driver, operating across 48 states and Canada.
  • Performed OTR truck driving duties with assortment of freight deliveries, etc., in all 48 states
  • Worked as an OTR Truck driver delivering all types of materials to the 48 states.
  • Complied to the operational procedures and guidelines contained in the Transportation Driver OTR Driver Manual.
  • Performed a variety of activities associated with OTR contract delivery of the U.S. Mail.
  • Operated an 18 wheeler semi truck on OTR long distant state to state hauls.
  • Truck driver local and OTR dedicated deliveries GM, Ford, Pam Dedicated trucking.
  • Operated tractor trailer combination (53ft) OTR for a dedicated customer Account.
  • Experience driving OTR hauling drop deck over width farm equipment from Michigan to Texas
  • Experience driving OTR hauling flatbed throughout central United States from Minnesota to Texas
  • Drive safely OTR across United States making on time deliveries to companies.
  • Operated OTR Truck throughout U.S. Delivering freight to and from customers.

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3. Vehicle Service

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Here's how Vehicle Service is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Maintained logs of working hours, vehicle service and repair using PeopleNet system.
  • Maintain records, when applicable, of vehicle service and repair status.
  • Maintain logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Sustained vehicle service, updated fueling and delivery records on respective inventories.
  • Maintained logs of working hours/vehicle service/repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Maintain logs of working hours or of vehicle service/repair status following applicable regulations.

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4. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Followed over a hundred safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting product safely.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures when transporting dangerous goods.
  • Unloaded / loaded Trailers, maintained driver logs, Followed appropriate DOT safety procedures when transporting Hazardous materials.
  • Trained new-hires on transport and delivery, safety procedures, and administrative tasks.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting all goods and secure cargo.
  • Followed all safety procedures when backing into docks.
  • Follow the safety procedures for transporting hazardous goods.
  • Checked all load-related documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods Performed routine maintenance on vehicles and auxiliary equipment.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting hazardouls cargo.
  • Followed safety procedures for transportingdangerous goods.
  • Deliver product to customer in a safe manner and conduct all safety procedures before, during, and after delivery.
  • Transported Bulk Materials to locations all over the United States Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods.
  • Maintained consistent safety procedures through pre and post inspections.
  • Make overnight runs hauling pumpjacks to Panhandle yards and drilling rigs Daily Logs & Inspections Maintain safety procedures on locations

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5. Tractor-Trailer Combinations

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Here's how Tractor-Trailer Combinations is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Drive trucks with capacities up to 100,500 lbs, including tractor-trailer combinations, to transport and deliver products.
  • Drive trucks with capacities greater than 3 tons, including tractor-trailer combinations, to transport and deliver products
  • Drive tractor-trailer combinations to transport and deliver products, livestock, or other materials.
  • Drive trucks with capacities greater than 3 tons, including tractor-trailer combinations.
  • Operated tractor-trailer combinations, including doubles and triples.
  • Operated gasoline and diesel-powered, tractor-trailer combinations to deliver products and materials in liquid and packaged form.

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6. Pre-Trip Inspections

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Here's how Pre-Trip Inspections is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Performed routine pre-trip inspections, maintained truck logbook, operated Tractor/Trailer according to DOT regulations.
  • Drive truck load deliveries to different consignee's as well as perform good customer service and daily pre-trip inspections on the truck
  • Performed and recorded daily pre-trip inspections using company checklist and submitted a detailed report after each work day.
  • Perform and record daily pre-trip inspections using company checklist and submitted detailed reports after trips and deliveries.
  • Operated a 54' Box and ReeferDOT Pre-Trip InspectionsDaily Mileage LogIncident-Free Driving RecordFreight Handling Equipment
  • Maintain daily driving logs conduct pre-trip inspections assist with unload at some locations.
  • Performed pre-trip inspections, responsible for the load inventories, verified cargo loading.
  • Preform pre-trip inspections on vehicle before and after trips.
  • Performed pre-trip inspections and report problems.
  • Completed post and pre-trip inspections.
  • Received letters of accommodation from Hartts Safety Dept for impeccable pre-trip inspections.
  • Performed detailed daily pre-trip inspections using checklists.P.O.
  • Deliver freight across the U.S. in a timely manner Perform pre-trip inspections Maintain daily driving logs using QualComm system
  • Perform pre-trip inspections, keep logs and maintain safety measurses as required by DOT.
  • Executed daily pre-trip inspections Inventoried and inspected goods to be moved.
  • Delivered frozen goods w/refer to distributors Maintain truck/ equipment Pre-Trip inspections [ ] miles weekly Delivered all loads according to schedule

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7. Log Book

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Here's how Log Book is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Maintain comprehensive delivery records, electronic log books, and facilitate management of customer accounts by providing records of transactions.
  • Demonstrated ability for time management, vehicle maintenance and log book consistency.
  • Planned the route, log books, paperwork such as bill of ladings, interaction with the customers and the dispatchers.
  • Maintain all documents that range from log books to bills of lading, and other papers of information essential to business.
  • Worked mostly 1 week available 24/7 than 2 days off to reset log book time, some loading and unloading required.
  • Maintain log book and trip paperwork, perform equipment and vehicle safety checks, and maintain road security and safety.
  • Preformed daily vehicle safety checks, maintained driver log book in compliance with federal, state, and municipal regulations.
  • Complete necessary paperwork such as log books, inspection reports of the truck, and DOT weigh station check points.
  • Maintained both paper log books & electronic logs, bills of lading, inventory, and all relevant paperwork.
  • Drive semi, provide customer service, keep to a time schedule, and keep records/ log books.
  • Maintained a daily, legible Department Of Transportation log Book and submitted corresponding documents within appropriate time frames.
  • Trip planning, maintaining accurate records and adhering to federal DOT regulations concerning log books and loads.
  • Maintain current and accurate log books for inspection by State and Federal law enforcement and company records.
  • Maintained and turn in necessary paperwork: Log Books, Bill of Landings, and Receipts.
  • Fill out drivers log book, operate an 18 wheeler (Diesel) articulating big truck.
  • Serviced customers as schedules provided by the company, Kept various permits, log books current.
  • Maintained accurate pick-up and delivery records, and current Log Books and other DOT required records.
  • Maintained DOT log books, hook and unhook trailers to the truck, responsible for the freight
  • Can run log book or electronic Logs got half a million miles under my belt.
  • Load and unload truck, do required paperwork, log books, daily safety inspections.

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8. CDL

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Here's how CDL is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Started at their truck driving school where I gained my Class A CDL and my endorsements to drive a semi truck.
  • Trained students that had recently obtained a CDL proper management and driving skills it takes to operate as an owner operator.
  • Worked for a temporary Truck Driving service where I operated CDL Class A and B equipment.
  • Well-trained to fix the minor complexities of the CDL truck, vans, and heavy carriers.
  • Obtained a CDL driver's license and drove truck hauling asphalt and other aggregate materials.
  • Instructed students in CDL truck and trailer driving, 3rd Party Examiner Truck Driving Instructor
  • Maintained current Class A CDL with Tankers and Doubles and Triples endorsements.
  • Obtained CDL-A License and operated as Independent Contractor for Prime, Inc.
  • Attended driving school to obtain Class A CDL, funded by CRST
  • Can safely operate vehicles requiring a class A CDL or lower.
  • Operated Semi Truck with CDL over the road long haul.
  • Obtained My Class A CDL and drove a tractor/trailer over-the-road.
  • Completed CDL driving course and acquired a CDL license.
  • Received a class A CDL through their driving school.
  • Completed 170 hours CDL class A tractor trailer training.
  • Maintained Class A CDL and obtained tanker endorsement.
  • Acquired class A CDL license with all endorsements.
  • Certificate in advance CDL-A & winter driving.
  • Company trained and help received CDL license.
  • Dedicated, experienced Class A CDL Driver.

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9. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Provided exceptional customer satisfaction on a daily basis as communicated in periodic customer services surveys.
  • Provided customer service and ensured all loads were properly documented for pickup and delivery.
  • Demonstrate Customer service by contacting warehouse supervisors and security about orders and deliveries.
  • Displayed exemplary customer service skills while interacting with diverse individuals and businesses.
  • Provide deliveries in an undamaged and timely manner for optimal customer service.
  • Follow all federal regulations regarding CMV and used excellent customer service skills
  • Create rapports with company customers ensuring customer service satisfaction.
  • Provided excellent customer service to ensure contract extensions.
  • Delivered excellent customer service and maintained client relations.
  • Provide respectful friendly and professional customer service
  • Provided excellent customer service during deliveries.
  • Team player, excellent customer service skills creating a positive report with each customer along with office staff and sales reps.
  • Provided excellent customer service when I delivered to numerous warehouses across the United States in a safe and timely manner.
  • Job Description: Customer service, pick up and delivery of assorted freight throughout the 48 contiguous states and Canada.
  • Maintained drivers' daily logs including; time management, routing, fuel, equipment maintenance and customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service in the form of securing freight; provided on time delivery and pick up service.
  • Provide the very best customer service by making on-time deliveries while staying in constant contact with customers and dispatch.
  • Delivered freight within the United States which required travel from coast to coast and provided excellent customer service.
  • Nominated for driver of the month and trainer of the month Awards for driving and customer service.
  • Drop and hook, Dry and refrigerated, solo and team driver, dedicated routes, customer service

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10. Reefer

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Here's how Reefer is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Operated delivery vans and reefers in accordance with company safety policies and procedures.
  • Fuel, def, reefer, dry van, weighting sliding of scales and adjusting weight on each axle.
  • Perform basic maintenance on the truck and reefer including fixing minor issues and defects to ensure safety and efficiency.
  • Job Description: OTR ReeferSalary: 25% Truck GrossReason Left: Not receiving accurately or in timely manner
  • Operate Tractor trailer combination with 53ft reefer coast to coast, all 48 states as trainer and employee.
  • Delivered reefer freight loads to customers on irregular routes, all 48 states, Canada and Mexico.
  • Hauled refrigerated and frozen foods and or beverages with a reefer unit and a dry van.
  • Operated semi truck with reefer and delivered fresh produce and frozen products in all 48 states.
  • Hauled a dry van as well as reefer across the entire east coast.
  • Dedicated route hauling a dry van and reefer from Texas to West Virginia.
  • Lease purchase operator running all 48 hauling reefer, dry van, and flatbed
  • Transported freight coast to coast via tractor trailer with 53 foot reefer trailer.
  • Run a variety of loads and weights in both reefer and dry vans.
  • Team Driving training and experience in both the Flatbed Division and Reefer Division.
  • Drive tractor trailer with reefer unit across country transporting meat and produce.
  • Leased onto different companies hauling everything from reefer to flat bed freight.
  • Experienced with restarting and priming the reefer trailer when it stops operating.
  • Drive Semi Tractor and Reefer Trailer over the road to deliver freight.
  • Operated 18 wheel trucks, reefer division, accumulating 200,000 safe miles.
  • Operate a tractor and a 53ft reefer trailer across the united states.

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11. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Drive truck to weigh station after loading, to document weight and conform to federal and state regulations.
  • Transport of materials, adhering to U. S. Department of Transport and State regulations.
  • Followed state by state regulations for oversize loads when necessary.
  • Maintained truck logs as per federal and state regulations.
  • Maintain DOT and state regulations Communication with customers, dispatchers and various law enforcement
  • Transported product to various customers across the country Operated a Class A CDL vehicle in accordance with Federal and State Regulations.
  • Dry Van Freight* Sustain truck log according to federal and state regulations.

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12. Tractor Trailers

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Here's how Tractor Trailers is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Drive tractor trailers including refrigerated trailers* Update and maintain electronic log books to ensure accurate record keeping per DOT requirements
  • Refrigerated Tractor Trailers from White City, Oregon to Rochester, N.Y. and back and forth for 5 weeks.
  • Experience driving 8 and 10 speed tractor trailers with 53 foot refer and dry van trailers.
  • Dry Van Tractor Trailers from Southwestern U.S. to Midwestern U.S. to Southeastern U.S. and back again.
  • Operate Class A tractor trailers to deliver commodities to various locations within the continental U.S.
  • Worked individually and drove 18 wheel tractor trailers to deliver loads throughout the United States.
  • Operate tractor trailers and other large vehicles to transport cargo over various distances.
  • Secure loads and drive tractor trailers around the country.
  • Refrigerated Tractor Trailers with Navajo, Express, Inc.
  • Dry Van Tractor Trailers with Swift Transportation, Inc.
  • Operated safe driving the tractor trailers up and down mountains
  • Experience with straight trucks, 53 ft. tractor trailers.
  • Experience in operations of 40' and 60' articulated buses and 63' tractor trailers and possession of TWIC card.
  • Supervised shipments and other drives while performing various mechanic maintenence jobs on the Semi -Tractor Trailers.
  • Operated eighteen wheelers semi-tractor trailers, I transporting merchandise state to state.
  • Performed pre and post trips on tractor trailers.
  • Transported various types of refrigerated cargo to the midwest and to Canada driving tractor trailers.

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13. Qualcomm

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Here's how Qualcomm is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Operated the QUALCOMM System Delivered freight on time Dropped, hooked, and unloaded if necessary and kept accurate logs.
  • Utilized proficiently the in-cab computer QualComm system for records, tracking, and communication.
  • Have used an e-log (electronic log) called a QUALCOMM.
  • Check in daily with dispatch Via on board QUALCOMM unit.
  • Keep open dialogue with my driver manager through QUALCOMM.
  • Follow the Hours Of Service policy using QUALCOMM.
  • Communicated with dispatch via QUALCOMM System.
  • Use of QUALCOMM and Electronic logbook.
  • Delivered freight according to QUALCOMM.
  • Used Qualcomm communication device for e-log and communication with dispatch and other company departments as needed.
  • Looked after the important documentation work and efficiently handled the necessary dispatch paperwork via Qualcomm.
  • Operated on-board Qualcomm system to receive and communicate necessary information with fleet managers.
  • Utilized technology including Qualcomm tracking device for communication, logs and global positioning.
  • Maintained Dispatch Information and Electronic Logbook using Qualcomm Satellite System.
  • Operated a Qualcomm satellite computer system.
  • Use of Qualcomm computer to enter load info, communicate with dispatch and monitor log and hours available to drive legally.
  • Deliver freight across the US, Qualcomm use, map and atlas use, follow directions to and from customers
  • Delivered products to various locations in the continental US using qualcomm systems and a bill of lading.
  • Keep track of logs, perform daily truck inspections and communicate with dispatch vis QualComm.
  • Practice driving duties such as using Qualcomm to receive trips and talk to dispatch.

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14. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Maintained HazMat Certification allowing expanded service for Swift Transportation.
  • Picked up and delivered loads throughout the country.CDL A, with HAZMAT, Tanker, Double & Triple Endorsements.
  • Understand and comply with all DOT & HAZMAT regulations including timely and accurate submission of Driver Weekly logs.
  • Transported hazardous materials (HazMat) throughout the United States; earned TWIC security clearance.
  • Maintain a fully endorsed CDL license from the state of MA including HAZMAT.
  • Performed daily duties in accordance with DOT, OSHA and HAZMAT regulations.
  • Followed DOT requirement for proper stowage of HAZMAT paper work.
  • Moved numerous HAZMAT shipments across United States and Canada.
  • License: Class-A CDL with HAZMAT endorsement, Valid US Passport & TWIC
  • Use all my defensive driver training to Safely & legally deliver all types of freight including hazmat & temperature sensitive cargo.
  • Possess a class B N.Y. State commercial driver's license with air brake, passenger, hazmat and tanker endorsements.
  • Coast to coast OTR truck driver Refrigerated temperature controlled hazmat loads and produce and meats and frozen foods
  • Licensed endorsements for Hazmat, Tanker and Doubles and Triples, have current DOT medical card.
  • Provided timely and accurate service for freight of all kinds including hazmat across 48 states.
  • LICENSE: Florida CDL Class A / Endorsements: Doubles/Triples, Tanker & Hazmat
  • Maintained my Hazmat endorsement as it was necessary to haul some airfreight.
  • Completed training and acquired CDL with Triple/Doubles, Tankers and Hazmat endorsements.
  • Refrigerated and HAZMAT cargo Conducted pre&post-trip inspections on tractor/trailers.
  • Attended company school and obtained Class A CDL w/Hazmat endorsement.
  • Picked up and delivered both general commodities and hazmat.

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15. Safe Driving

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Here's how Safe Driving is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Delivered product while maintaining a safe driving experience
  • Maintain a safe driving record on one of the most dangerous and unpredictable lanes of transport in the United States.
  • Logged in excess of 100,000 and receiving 100,000 mile Safe Driving Award in the first year.
  • Follow all safety regulations to provide safe driving conditions for the driver and the load.
  • Trained individuals in safe driving techniques when hauling freight in all weather and climate conditions.
  • Practice safe driving techniques, on time delivers, and customer relations.
  • Maintain required Class A License, Medical Card and safe driving record.
  • Re-educated in commercial driving and higher level of safe driving skills.
  • Maintained a safe driving record with no accidents and no citations.
  • Awarded two quarterly bonuses for safe driving and following procedures.
  • Utilize in-depth knowledge of emergency road procedures and safe driving technique
  • Maintained a daily driving log & a safe driving record.
  • Practice safe driving while in route to various locations.
  • Maintained safe driving practices to protect the motoring public.
  • Maintained both tractor and trailers for safe driving.
  • Maintained safe driving record without accidents and tickets.
  • Recognized for on time delivery and safe driving.
  • Maintain safe driving speed and conditions.
  • Received 14-years safe driving award.
  • Enjoyed a safe driving record.

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16. Traffic Laws

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Here's how Traffic Laws is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Transport and deliver freights of all kinds from warehouse to warehouse while obeying all traffic laws on a designated route.
  • Followed all company procedures, followed all company safety regulations, and adhered to traffic laws.
  • Obey traffic laws, and follow established traffic and transportation procedures.
  • Maintained accurate logs and followed all traffic laws and regulations.
  • Follow company procedures, traffic regulations, and traffic laws.
  • Follow company procedures, traffic laws, and safety rules.
  • Obeyed all State and Federal traffic laws.
  • Followed company procedures, safety regulations, and traffic lawsPresented bills and receipts for goods delivered or loaded
  • Reported any accidents to dispatch.Follow all appropriate traffic laws.
  • Obey traffic laws, and follow established traffic and transportation procedures Present bills and receipts and collect payments for goods delivered.
  • Perform pre/post trip inspection, obey all federal, state and local traffic laws.
  • obeyed all traffic laws and the safety of the public
  • Followed traffic laws and drove in a safe manner.
  • Obey all traffic laws, signs, ect.
  • Managed Logs and records as per DOT Regulations Communicated consistently between warehouse and customers Followed company procedures safety regulations and traffic laws
  • Performed pre-trip and post-trip inspection of the vehicle.Followed all appropriate traffic laws.
  • reported any delays and or traffic issues immediatley Followed all company procedures, safety regulations, and traffic laws.

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17. Weather Conditions

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Here's how Weather Conditions is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Monitored weather conditions utilizing news forecast resources.
  • Accustomed to working under harsh weather conditions
  • Drive a straight truck over 125,000 miles per year throughout 49 states and Canada in various traffic and weather conditions.
  • Trip plan according to due date and time, fuel stops, breaks, and weather conditions.
  • Operated all wheeled vehicles and equipment over varied terrain and roadways, and different weather conditions.
  • Accustomed to working under harsh weather conditions maintained driving through the 2010 winter season cross country.
  • Plan long trips in order to mesh in breaks, fuel stops, and weather conditions.
  • Loaded and unloaded freight in dangerous and/or adverse weather conditions minimized the risk and assured safety.
  • Plot out appropriate routes while considering all necessary breaks including fuel stops and possible weather conditions.
  • Pick up and deliver assigned goods punctually on daily basis irrespective of road and weather conditions.
  • Delivered Freight throughout United States drove in all types of weather conditions OTR Long Haul.
  • Learned down shifting when going downhill and about driving in different weather conditions.
  • Operate a Tractor-Trailer safely and courteously in all traffic and weather conditions.
  • Maintained a safe driving record in all weather conditions.
  • Experience driving in adverse weather conditions and mountain driving.
  • Practiced safe driving techniques for various weather conditions.
  • Transport freight across country through out the majority of United States experiencing multiple road, grades and weather conditions.
  • Operated a tractor- trailer combination in urban, suburban and rural environments and in all types ofweather conditions.
  • Transported cargo to all 48 states in all weather conditions.Traveled 125,000 miles per year.
  • Chain tires drive all weather conditions.Random drug testing.

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18. Applicable State

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Here's how Applicable State is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Followed applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Maintain logs of working and following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Ensured compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations, in addition to agency rules, standards and guidelines.
  • Maneuvered vehicle in compliance with company rules and all applicable state and federal.
  • Maintain logs of working hours, following applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Ensured all paperwork was properly completed in compliance with all applicable state and federal laws.

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19. GPS

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Here's how GPS is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Inspected vehicle and keep track of fuel efficiency Used GPS and navigation system.
  • Operated GPS, phone, computer to inform Load Planner of situation.
  • Use a GPS to find various store locations in the Southeastern states.
  • Read maps or GPS to follow written or verbal geographic directions.
  • Studied GPS routes to judge the best route to destination.
  • Unloaded cargo at customer warehouses* Operated GPS and Qualcomm system
  • Pull both single, and double trailers, navigate mostly western United States to Arkansas with atlas and gps.
  • Charted out appropriate route using maps and GPS Record keeping of fuel fillings and services.
  • Used maps and gps equipment to customer place of business.
  • Operated on-board Qual-comm GPS systems.
  • Drop and hooks or live loads, I am able to read maps and program gps
  • Use GPS and map atlas to find best route to save fuel and time.
  • Check out truck and trailer every day, read road maps and gps , logbooks pickup and deliver of freight
  • Transport merchandise across state lines, while charting out appropriate rou using maps and GPS.

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20. DOT

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Here's how DOT is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Utilize exceptional time management skills and DOT regulation knowledge; focused on maintaining an impeccable safety record and regularly serviced vehicle.
  • Maintained DOT qualification requirements at all times while consistently maintaining working relationships with customers.
  • Received letters of commendation from Safety department for DOT inspections without any violations.
  • Complete necessary documentation to remain complaint with DOT and company policy.
  • Ensured timely pickup/delivery of products while adhering to DOT regulations.
  • Followed proper protocol within DOT safety regulations Experienced team driver
  • Operate Commercial Motor Vehicle according to Federal DOT Regulations.
  • Transported and delivered dry and refrigerated goods across 48 states, provided customer service to vendors, knowledge of DOT regulations.
  • Maintained shipments by scheduled arrival times set up trailers and maintained a driver logbook as directed by federal DOT regulations.
  • Route planning, time management along with safe driving practices and knowledge of DOT guidelines presented challenges which I overcame.
  • Maintain a daily record of hours of service log according to the Federal DOT, State, and Company requirements.
  • Preform inspections on equipment to determine that it is in legal (DOT) and in safe operating condition.
  • Deliver loads from DC to Walmart stores in a timely and safe manner following all DOT rules and regulations.
  • Maintained logbooks regarding work hours, vehicle service, and repair status in accordance with DOT regulations.
  • Maintained the company vehicles, daily inspections insuring that DOT requirements are met prior to each delivery.
  • Hauled auto parts freight to customers on a safely and timely matter on DOT rules and regulations.
  • Hauled goods, utilized QUALCOMM, knowledge of DOT regulations, transportation logs and safety inspections.
  • Deliver loads to shippers, follow DOT regulations, no log violations, currently with owner operator
  • Operate Commercial Motor Vehicle within DOT and Company Standards, utilizing the Smith System while driving.
  • Follow specific route details for fuel stops and weight/height limits according to State and DOT regulations.

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21. Emergency Equipment

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Here's how Emergency Equipment is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Performed daily pre-trip inspection to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is in working order.
  • Performed safety check of vehicles before driving to ensure mechanical safety and emergency equipment in good working order.
  • Perform daily vehicle maintenance checks to ensure mechanical safety, and emergency equipment meet performance standards.
  • Checked vehicles to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment operated properly.
  • Watch alarm systems or video cameras and operate detecting/emergency equipment.
  • Followed DOT regulations along with company policy and maintained safety/emergency equipment.

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22. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Hauled hazardous materials from various terminals to incinerator plants.
  • Transported a variety of freight including hazardous materials.
  • Followed laws regarding Hazardous Materials transport.
  • Provided efficient, cost-effective transportation of goods and hazardous materials while maintaining compliance with federal, state, and municipal regulations.
  • Insured all hazardous materials that were transported met regulations and had the correct hazardous material signs displayed on truck.
  • Certified in Hauling Hazardous Materials * Qualified in pulling Tankers, Flat bed trucks to 57ft Trailers Double & Triple
  • Ensured safety training requirements for loading, unloading and transporting of hazardous materials and hazardous waste products.
  • Involved me driving through all the states of America hauling hazardous materials with a tanker truck.
  • Verified shipping documents to determine the nature of load and identify the presence of hazardous materials.
  • Skilled in handling the transportation of the hazardous and non-hazardous materials and other chemical products.
  • Deliver freight, usually hazardous materials, to and from various states throughout the U.S.
  • Dry van freight including hazardous materials, high value electronics, and machinery.
  • Transport of liquid bulk materials to include Hazardous Materials within 48 states.
  • Delivered freight of all kinds including hazardous materials throughout the US.
  • Operated and 18-wheeler to transport dry goods and hazardous materials.
  • Maintained current Class A CDL with Hazardous Materials endorsement.
  • Hauled hazardous materials and pulled 48 and 53-ft trailers.
  • Obtained hazardous materials endorsement on CDL license and insured that all hazardous material loads conformed to federal and state regulations.
  • Checked shipping papers to familiarize self with nature of items and any hazardous materials onboard.
  • Hauled rolls of paper and hazardous materials while delivering products in a timely fashion.

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23. Road Truck Driver

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Here's how Road Truck Driver is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Logged over 39,000 miles as a coast to coast over the road truck driver.
  • Pick up and deliver freight throughout the Midwest as an over-the-road truck driver.
  • Lease Purchase over the road truck driver for KLLM transport nationwide.
  • Performed the duties of an Over the Road Truck Driver.
  • Transport and Storage - MaterialsOver the road truck driver 48 states
  • Coal Truck Driver/Off road truck driver (Heavy Haul)
  • Oil rig mover, over the road truck driver
  • Worked as an Over the road truck driver.
  • Unsupervised over the road truck driver.
  • Attended school to get my CDL with CR England and became an Over The Road truck driver.
  • Received Commercial Worked as an over-the-road truck driver transporting frozen and refrigerated foods.
  • Dedicated over the road truck driver transporting priority high value freight for Fedex and UPS across all 48 states.
  • Operated Volvo 35 ton off road dump truck, flatbed and side dump vehicles.Off- & On-Road Truck Driver:
  • Position: Over-The-Road Truck Driver/Trainer **Duties: Drive across country while training students to drive an 18-wheeler.
  • Worked as an over-the-road truck driver hauling dry pre-loaded trailers.
  • Truck driving training * Team, over the road truck driver * New Boston Terminal (800) [ ]
  • truck driver, Swift Transportationphoenix, AZ over the road truck driver
  • delivered fuel to frac sitesOTR Truck Driver (Over the Road Truck Driver)
  • Pipe layer Off road truck driver Roller Forklift operator Front end loader
  • Light mechanical work Over the road truck driver Pre-trip, Post-trip Driver log-booking Mountain Driving Certified Bad weather driving

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24. Trip Planning

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Here's how Trip Planning is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Delivered freight to various customers across the U.S. * Responsibilities included trip planning, time management & detailed record keeping.
  • Tracked each trip on logs, trip planning and organizing for best possible route to keep fuel cost down.
  • Conducted trip planning on all loads, to comply with all federal, state, and local regulations.
  • DOT paper work, shipping bill, fueling the vehicle daily, and trip by trip planning.
  • Trip planning, e-logs, and maintaining legal times for breaks and work/driving hours.
  • Team driver - Trip planning - Time management - Dry van and refrigeration and dedicated
  • Load and unload as required Skills UsedTrip planning and time management.
  • Trip planning to make sure deliveries are made on time.
  • Utilize Trip Planning, map reading and time management skills.
  • Trip planning, time management, & meeting deadlines.
  • Trip planning for best efficiency to serve the customer.
  • Conduct trip planning and follow dispatched routes and orders.
  • Utilize available technology for mapping and trip planning.
  • Trip planning properly for on time delivery.
  • Route Planning, Map Reading, Trip Planning
  • Trip planning and fueled rig.
  • Trained in proper trip planning.
  • Perform trip planning for all fuel stops, meal breaks, and end of day 10 hour rest stops.
  • Trip planning my routes and stops for fuel & breaks.
  • Experienced in Qual-Com communications system and ComChex Experienced in map reading, navigation and trip planning

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25. Repair Status

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

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26. Safe Operation

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Here's how Safe Operation is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Complied with all federal, state and local regulations to secure safe operation of a commercial motor vehicle (CMV).
  • Inspect truck and trailer according to Department of Transportation rules and regulations for safe operation throughout road trips.
  • Trained newly licensed CDL drivers in safe operations and driving techniques, customer relations, and driver professionalism.
  • Be familiar with all aspects of DOT regulations pertaining to safe operation of equipment.
  • Filled out all necessary paper worked involved in the safe operation of said vehicle.
  • Worked with co-workers as a team to ensure safe operations and productivity.
  • Meet pickup and delivery schedules, perform safe operations and inspections.
  • Inspected vehicle for mechanical items and issues relating to safe operation.
  • Hauled refrigerated food products Responsible for safe operation, and safety of cargo and tractor/trailer
  • Maintained safe operations of all equipment used by conducting regular saftey checks
  • Hauled aluminum coils from ALCOA, Inc. to Budweiser Bottling * Responsible for securing load and safe operation of potentially dangerous loads
  • Required driver to hand unload at storeCR England & Sons: Safe operation of a class A truck.
  • Perform pre-trip and post-trip inspections of truck and trailer to insure proper and safe operation.
  • Perform safe operation of Equipment.Safety sensitive operation.maintenance on equipmentmaintain federal hours of service.pre post trip inspection.
  • Inspect equipment for safe operation Follow schedule of pick up and delivery Tarp and secure loads Maintain log according to DOT

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27. Vehicle Inspections

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Here's how Vehicle Inspections is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Complete daily vehicle inspections/logs and submit paperwork for loads delivered.
  • Performed safety vehicle inspections for DOT requirements.
  • Performed daily vehicle inspections of an18-wheeler.
  • Coordinated vehicle inspections and repairs.
  • Keep a record of vehicle inspections and make sure the truck is equipped with safety equipment, such as hazardous material placards
  • Preform vehicle inspections before and after each shift to check to see if the truck is in safe working order.
  • Preform different kinds of vehicle inspections to make sure that the tractor & trailer it is up to the D.O.T.
  • Completed daily logs, reports and vehicle inspections with 100% accuracy according to state and federal regulations.
  • Maintain vehicle inspections to make sure truck is equipped with safety equipment and safe to drive.
  • Performed daily vehicle inspections of truck and trailer, and maintained an accurate drivers' log.
  • DOT logs, vehicle inspections, pulled reefer, van, tractor/trailer
  • Performed vehicle inspections and preventive maintenance on tractors and trailers.
  • Perform daily vehicle inspections, completed paperwork and DOT logbook.
  • Maintained daily trip logs and conduct proper vehicle inspections
  • Maintain driver logs and coordinate vehicle inspections.
  • Maintain correct weight of load according to state and federal laws, pre/post trip vehicle inspections.
  • Maintain cleanliness of truck and dry van clean Ability to conduct vehicle inspections.
  • Perform daily vehicle inspections Maintain driver log and all applicable paperwork.
  • Conducted pre & post vehicle inspections daily.
  • Perform pre- and post- trip vehicle inspections.

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28. Driver Log

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Here's how Driver Log is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Performed tractor/trailer inspections, operated electronic driver logs and maintained a clean driving record.
  • Operated refrigerated tractor-trailer to haul perishables.- Maintained driver logs.- Maintained truck.
  • Maintain driver logs and schedules in order to pick up and deliver loads on time and in excellent condition.
  • Maintain trip records, driver logs and record of fuel purchases in compliance with state and federal regulations.
  • Map out routes to assign delivery locations for drop or pick up and complete daily driver logs.
  • Inventoried and inspected all goods to be moved, maintained driver log according to I.C.C.
  • Maintained efficient and accurate driver logs with no infractions and no moving violations.
  • Suggested ways for improving the driver log system that saves paper and time.
  • Filled out proper paperwork and handled paper as well as electronic driver logs.
  • Maintain appropriate driver logs, fuel receipts and miscellaneous expenses for accounting purposes.
  • Job Description: Dedicated driver southeast US, maintain truck, driver logs
  • Complete driver logs and chart best routes for prompt & safe delivery.
  • Instructed drivers in the proper use of driver logs and company paperwork.
  • Maintained accurate driver logs, inspection reports, bill of lading.
  • Deliver loads on time, keep a daily driver log.
  • Maintained driver log according to state and federal regulations.
  • Keep driver logs and administer shipping papers as required.
  • Completed driver logbooks and related tour expense records.
  • Utilized electronic driver log and routing system.
  • Do daily driver logs and trip packs.

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29. Electronic Logs

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Here's how Electronic Logs is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Utilize maintenance Electronic logs and Electronic dispatches of vehicle to ensure proper maintenance is performed on time.
  • Maintained electronic logs in accordance to the DOT Hours of Service laws.
  • Job Duties: Driving truck, Maintaining electronic logs, getting loads
  • Obeyed all hours of service requirements, electronic logs.
  • Maintain electronic logs of driver's hours of service.
  • Fill out daily mileage and CADEC electronic logs 4.
  • Process bill of lading paperwork and electronic logs.
  • Use electronic logs to drive within Dot regulations.
  • Use computer to keep electronic logs.
  • Used Driver Tech/Electronic Logs/Trip Packs.
  • Transported freight across the continental U.S Maintained electronic logs Responsible for safety inspections on tractor trailer
  • Hook up, scale, tandems, electronic logs (QUALCOMM), and filing proper paper work through Trans-flo.
  • required to meet deadlines, fill out paperwork, follow company guidelines and state laws, and complete electronic logs.
  • Maintain electronic logs 100 percent on time delivery rating Effective management of Qualcomm & PeopleNet systems
  • Dispatch would send me trip plans through Qualcomm system (Electronic logs).
  • Fill out electronic logs on a Qualcomm MPC 200
  • Experience using electronic logs and Qualcom's.
  • Have experience with Qualcomm and Zonar and electronic logs.
  • Operate tractor pulling 53' van trailer Operate electronic logs
  • Loaded securement of flat bed Operated electronic logs (pre-trip) Operated manual transmission

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30. Delivery Instructions

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Here's how Delivery Instructions is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Collect and verify delivery instructions.Report defects, accidents or violations to supervisor.
  • Maintained telephone and computer contact with dispatch to receive delivery instructions.
  • Maintain provided telephone contact with supervisor to receive expedited delivery instructions and to report any problems, issues or incidents.
  • Maintained radio and telephone contact with supervisor to receive updated delivery instructions or dispatched to new locations.
  • Maneuver trucks into loading and unloading positions, collect and verify delivery instructions.
  • Maintained telephone and radio contact with dispatch to receive any delivery instructions.

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31. Dry Goods

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Here's how Dry Goods is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Operated a semi-truck in 48 states, hauling produce, perishables and dry goods at highest level of quality control standards.
  • Transported dry goods, covered areas to include the Southwest, Midwest, East and North East US.
  • Transported multiple items, including electronics, alcoholic beverages, dry goods, fresh fruit and vegetables.
  • Ensured timely delivery of dry goods to varies companies within Canada and the 11 western states.
  • Delivered dry goods through the 48 continental United States with zero accidents or loss of commodities.
  • Operate an 18-wheeler to transport dry goods, pesticides and electronics throughout lower 48 United States.
  • Transported dry goods from the customer to the consignee in a 53 ft dry van trailer.
  • Operated tractor trailer for the transport of dry goods from the East to West Coast.
  • Picked up, transported, and delivered dry goods to customers in all 48 states.
  • Transport Refrigerated and Dry goods throughout the continental United States and southern Canada.
  • Deliver dry goods to 48 states in a safe and timely manner.
  • Pick up and deliver various dry goods, all lower 48 states.
  • Operated tractor trailer throughout US, delivering dry goods to customer locations.
  • Freight consist of poultry, beef, produce and dry goods.
  • Picked up and delivery of dry goods for various companies.
  • Dry goods freight delivery, primarily east of the Mississippi River
  • Transport Refrigerated and Dry Goods throughout the U.S.
  • Operate an 18-wheeler to transport dry goods.
  • Hauled produce and dry goods.
  • Hauled dry goods to 48 states

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32. Transport Goods

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Here's how Transport Goods is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Operated Semi Tractor-Trailer to transport goods and materials over both short and long distances.
  • Delivered and picked up empty and loaded trailers to transport goods to logistic companies.
  • Operated and drove various trucks to transport goods and materials over long distances.
  • Transport goods from shipper to receiver threw out 48 states and Canada.
  • Obtained CDL; transport goods over hundreds and even thousands of miles.
  • Transport goods by tractor trailer to customers nationwide safely and on time.
  • Load, handle and transport goods with proper temperature safely.
  • Transport goods to various locations across the United States
  • Operated a refrigerated 18-wheeler to transport goods.
  • Transport goods from plant to various destinations.
  • Drive semi-trailer trucks to transport goods.
  • Transport goods to and from the east coast.
  • Transport goods thru-out the 48 states and Canada., Hazardous and Non-Hazadous materials.
  • Knight Transportation Transport goods throughout 48 states

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33. Transport Freight

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Here's how Transport Freight is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Operate an 18-wheeler to transport freight of all kinds through the Midwest and Northeast averaging 3000 plus miles weekly.
  • Transport freight between terminals and relay stations, or from a home terminal to delivery points.
  • Operate commercial motor vehicle to transport freight in interstate commerce between shippers and receivers.
  • Transport freight in a safe and timely manner in accordance with all FMCSA regulations.
  • Transport freight from Target distribution center to Target Stores performing drop and hook.
  • Transport freight of all kinds throughout the United States and Canada.
  • Operate commercial motor vehicle to transport freight via interstate between terminals.
  • Transport freight throughout 48 states using a flatbed tractor trailer.
  • Transport freight from shipper to receiver in the allotted time.
  • Transport freight from origin to destination per customer contract agreements.
  • Operate an 18-wheeler to transport freight across the United States.
  • Transport freight from the shipper to the customer.
  • Transport freight in lower 48 states and Canada.
  • Job Responsibility: Transport freight across country.
  • Transport freight in Western 11 states.
  • Hook drop and transport freight.
  • Transport freight to assigned locations.
  • Transport freight from state to state
  • Transport freight from coast to coast by trip planning, routing, time management, and equipment upkeep and inspection.
  • Job Description: -Operate an 18-wheeler to transport freight of all kinds throughout the Midwest, averaging 2500 miles weekly.

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34. Paper Logs

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Here's how Paper Logs is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Use paper logs, follow dot regulations, make delivery to warehouses
  • Completed all paper work, maintained paper logs per DOT protocols.
  • Completed time cards, entered trip data and completed paper logs.
  • Maintain accurate and compliant paper logs and later electronic logs.
  • Worked on paper logs and electronic logs, scan trip packs
  • Used paper logs to remain compliant with FMCSA.
  • Maintained accurate DOT E-Logs and Paper logs.
  • Operated using electronic and paper logs.
  • Maintain paper logs, plan trips.
  • Maintain electronic logs and paper logs.
  • Fill out paper logs when E-log goes down.
  • Paper logs drove 48 states.
  • Maintain all required records using electronic and paper logs, including load records, fuel receipts, and permits.
  • Paper Logs, E-Logs & Qualcomm unit DOT regulations Customer service
  • Utilize the Qualcomm system as well as paper logs.
  • Maintained Paper Logs and Operated Qualcomm System.
  • maintain electric and paper logs.
  • Complete paper logs, trip reports, and scale tickets, MVRs, etc.
  • Flatbed DriverStrap and Secure loads making safe to drive.Paper logsPick up money and return cash to company
  • Keep driver logs up to date using Qualcomm computer and paper logs when Qualcomm is down.

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35. Fmcsa

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Here's how Fmcsa is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Followed all FMCSA rules and regulations.as well as no cargo claims or late deliveries
  • Comply with all FMCSA rules and regulations to maintain CDL-A status.
  • Gained extensive knowledge of FMCSA regulations.
  • Observed driving laws, as well as DoT FMCSA laws.
  • Record and keep federal D.O.T and FMCSA documents.
  • Inspect all truck equipment and it's aux Keep and maintain federal D.O.T and FMCSA records.

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36. Company Policies

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Here's how Company Policies is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Ensured accuracy completion of DOT checklist, maintenance issues, and accident reports according to DOT Regulations and Company Policies.
  • Maintained a logbook of all driving and non driving activities to ensure compliance with the Federal government and company policies.
  • Inspected tires, brakes, wheel grease, and fluid levels, complying with company policies.
  • Ensured compliance with all DOT rules and regulations under FMCSR and company policies.
  • Prepared and maintained records in accordance with company policies and procedures.
  • Follow all customer and company policies for transport of goods.
  • Operated within DOT regulations, company policies, and procedures.
  • Maintain drivers log to ensure compliance of company policies.
  • Train new students on company policies and procedures.
  • Reinforced and company policies and procedures.
  • Update work log daily and track all deliveries Follow company policies, safety procedure and traffic laws.
  • Conducted daily pre and post trip inspections with the appropriate documentation in adherence with company policies.

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37. General Freight

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Here's how General Freight is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Accumulated over 120,000 miles in 9 months providing timely pick-up and delivery of customer's general freight.
  • Transport general freight and commodities from point A to point B safely and within reasonable timing.
  • Hauled goods, consisting of general freight, refrigerated goods and automobiles from coast to coast
  • Delivered Furniture to Big Lots and back hauled all kinds of general freight
  • Unloaded Dollar General freight to all company stores in the Northeastern region.
  • General freight delivery and student driver trainer in 48 and Canada.
  • Delivered general freight to the southeast region of the country.
  • Team Owner operation delivering general freight to all 48 states.
  • Hauled general freight to different warehouses all over the United States
  • Pick and delivery of general freight to various customers.
  • General freight deliveries mostly East of the Mississippi.
  • Hauled general freight northeast van trailers out 14 days
  • Deliver aerospace and Boeing, general freight.
  • Transported general freight on drop deck trailer.
  • Hauled general freight throughout the United States.
  • Haul general freight throughout the U.S.
  • Delivered general freight within the United States
  • Deliver General freight safe and on-time
  • Pick up and deliver general freight in box trailer, flatbed, and refrigerated trailer.
  • Drive truck * Delivered General Freight

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38. Federal Motor

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Here's how Federal Motor is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Ensured safe and proper operations within guidelines of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
  • Maintain detailed driving records while following all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.
  • Adhered to Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations and DOT requirements.
  • Complied with requirements for Federal Motor Carrier Regulations.
  • Pick up and deliver customers freight in accordance with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations and company policies throughout the United States.
  • Maintain driver's logbook and complied with all federal motor carrier rules and regulations
  • Compiled and maintained Federal Motor Vehicle logs as required by DOT.
  • Complied with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations while on the road.
  • Operate within the guidelines the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration.
  • Follow all Federal Motor carrier rules and regulations.
  • Complied with all Federal motor carrier regulations.
  • Performed pretrip inspection of truck and trailer and maintained driver log in accordance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.

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39. New Drivers

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Here's how New Drivers is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Assisted in the training of new drivers on company policies, procedures, work orders, daily trip sheets and logs.
  • Trained new drivers in all aspects of driving, customer relations, time management, and record keeping within DOT requirements.
  • Deliver finished and raw products to various assigned destinations, taught rules and regulations of safe driving to new drivers.
  • Lead driver responsible for long distance, time sensitive delivers as well as training new drivers.
  • Lead Driver Duties: Training of new drivers in over the road procedures and protocol.
  • Trained new drivers in all aspects of the business to grow the company resources.
  • Trained new drivers on truck operations, customer requests, and dot requirements.
  • Train new drivers to operate semi in a safe and legal manner.
  • Trained new drivers following their graduation from CR England Truck Driving School.
  • Train new drivers to safely and independently drive as well as troubleshoot.
  • Train new drivers on dedicated routing and how to secure flatbed loads.
  • Train new drivers to also safely deliver freight in 48 states.
  • Trained new drivers to drive OTR and meet customer expectations.
  • Train new drivers on duties related to driver field.
  • Trained new drivers in all aspects of truck driving.
  • Trained over 10 new drivers in the industry.
  • Assisted in establishing new drivers program.
  • Trained and tested new drivers.
  • Train new drivers on the aspects of running ones own company 1.
  • Drive semi with 53ft trailerDrop and hookHelp train new drivers

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40. Pallet Jack

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Here's how Pallet Jack is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Delivered and unloaded products using equipment including tractor trailer, ramps, lift gates, pallet jacks, and load bars.
  • Assist with load and unloading of product at warehouse using a pallet jack if needed and maintain driver daily log.
  • Packed, loaded, unloaded, stored, and delivered commercial and household goods using forklift and pallet jack.
  • Delivered and unloaded products using equipment including pallet jacks, load bars, and other devices which assisted delivery.
  • Loaded/unloaded product on and off trailers by hand, pallet jack and with assistance of a forklift.
  • Planned trip logistics, obtained necessary paperwork then loaded cargo using forklift or pallet jack.
  • Utilized equipment including tractor trailer pallet jacks and lift gates to deliver and unload products.
  • Load and unload truck with manual and powered pallet jack and with a forklift.
  • Assist with unloading of product at warehouse using hand trucks or pallet jack.
  • Deliver freight to consumer by dock, pallet jack or by hand.
  • Worked with a pallet jack to help move product to desired location.
  • Certified in transportation of dangerous goods and motorized pallet jack.
  • Used forklift and pallet jack to load and unload freight.
  • Unloaded freight with a pallet jack/forklift when permitted.
  • Unload my trailer with forklift and pallet jack.
  • Used forklift or pallet jack to load/unload cargo.
  • Unload freight can operate electric pallet jack.
  • Operate pallet jack to unload trailers.
  • Unload freight, pallet jack, forklift, or by hand.
  • Experience as a dock worker loading and unloading freight with manual pallet jacks, electric and gas powered fork lifts..

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41. Electrical Lines

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

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42. Distribution Centers

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Here's how Distribution Centers is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Hauled dedicated freight for Regional Walmart Distribution Centers.
  • Delivered from customers to distribution centers.
  • Provide an essential service by transporting finished goods and raw materials to and from manufacturing plants, retail and distribution centers.
  • Deliver and pick-up loads from distribution centers in Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio to stores or other distribution centers.
  • Transport finished goods and raw materials cross country, typically to and from manufacturing plants, retail and distribution centers.
  • Delivered retail goods as well as auto parts to distribution centers and retail stores across the 48 states.
  • Delivered company products to distribution centers and back hauled raw materials and supplies for manufacturing plants.
  • Transport and deliver refrigerated products to and from distribution centers throughout the eastern United States.
  • Delivered designated shipments to various companies and distribution centers in continuous 48 states.
  • Delivered Wisconsin paper products to distribution centers in the eastern United States.
  • Pick up frozen foods and produce and delivered to area distribution centers.
  • Picked up from farms/orchards then delivered to distribution centers.
  • Transported goods and materials to and from distribution centers
  • hauled refrigerated and frozen foods to distribution centers
  • Delivered to multiple postal distribution centers and loaded from multiple to come back to Charleston WV and Lewisburg WV.
  • delivered products to Wal-mart stores and to distribution centers
  • Dedicated regional route from Denver to Los Angeles hauling refrigerated foodstuffs with multiple deliveries to distribution centers along the route.

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43. Fuel Stops

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Here's how Fuel Stops is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Inspect truck and trailer at every shipper, consignee, fuel stops, start and end of each day.
  • Follow specific route details for fuel stops and weight/height
  • Deliver freight 53ft box trailer operate on board computer plan routs fuel stops pre trip post trip inspections

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44. Dry Vans

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Here's how Dry Vans is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Loaded product to be transported onto a 48 foot spread axel flatbed trailer, and 53 foot dry vans.
  • Pick up and delivery of general commodities throughout the U.S. using 53' dry vans and refer units.
  • Deliver and pick up freight using dry vans and intermodal trailers in the contiguous 48 states.
  • Pulled dry vans, flatbeds, and oversized loads
  • Have done Refrigerate, Dry Vans, and flatbed too, but want to continuing to do Refrigeration loads.
  • Hauled 53 ft refrigerated and dry vans in 48 States and Canada.

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45. Foot Trailer

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Here's how Foot Trailer is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Assembled customer deliveries, and loaded freight on a 53 foot trailer, with a forklift or a manual floor jack.
  • Assigned an 18 wheeler with 53 foot trailer and responsible for hauling car parts across Southern region and Midwest.
  • Worked as over the road truck driver delivering freight in a 48- 53 foot trailer.
  • Deliver freight throughout U.S. with 53 foot trailer in a safe and timely manner.
  • Transported dry products in dry 53 foot trailers to lower 48 states and Canada.
  • Job responsibilities: Drove across country delivering 53 foot trailers of mixed contents.
  • Learn all aspects of the safe operation of a 53-foot trailer and truck.
  • Delivered in 53 and 48 foot trailers, both refrigerated and dry vans.
  • Transport and deliver various products in a 53 foot trailer.
  • Operated an over-the-road unit with single 53 foot trailers.
  • Operated a tractor trailer and pulled 53 foot trailers.
  • Unload 53 foot trailers using a hand pallet jack
  • Pulled 45 foot, 48 foot, & 53 foot Trailers.
  • Operate a 53 foot trailer (reefer).
  • Truck Driver Driver Tractor-Trailer combo across state lines picking up and delivering dry goods in 53-57 foot trailers.
  • Hauled dry bulk and Hazmat loads throughout 48 States in single 53 foot trailers.
  • Pull 53 foot trailer otr in all 48 states making deliveries in a timely manner
  • Drive semi with 53 foot trailerDrop and hookHelp with unload truck
  • Planned Routes Secured Loads Maintained Driving Logs Drove to and from destinations Maintained proper paperwork Operated Tractor and 53-foot Trailers
  • Hauled Refer units 53' foot trailers International/ Freightliners trucks Drove all 48 states

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46. Delivery Schedules

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Here's how Delivery Schedules is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Communicated with dispatchers, warehouses, and customers regarding delivery schedules.
  • Utilize time-management and trip-planning to meet appointed delivery schedules.
  • Maintained exceptional on-time delivery schedules.
  • Provided good customer service, made pickup and delivery schedules, and maintained knowledge of commercial driving regulations.
  • Pick up and deliver freight adhering to customer delivery schedules.
  • Manage time in order to maintain delivery schedules.
  • Maintained legal logs and tight delivery schedules.
  • Time sensitive delivery schedules 13 regional western states

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47. Different States

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Here's how Different States is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Deliver shipments from terminals to terminals in different states or to customers job sites in many cities or states.
  • Job Duties: Hauled refrigerator parts to different states without any accidents, speeding tickets, or moving violations
  • Picked up and dropped off loads to different states throughout the U.S., mostly along the East Coast
  • Drive a tractor trailer to different states and pickup and delivery goods of all kind.
  • Operated refrigerated tractor trailer in every 49 different states and four provinces of Canada.
  • Delivered to 34 different states while employed with this company.
  • Hauled product to different states and sand to oilfield
  • Delivered product to a lot of different states.
  • Transport flowers to throughout different states.
  • Transported cargo to different states.
  • Picked up a trailer in Joliett, IL and delivered to up to three Dollar Tree stores in different states.
  • Haul various freight load to different states -Operate various tractor-trailer combinations for extended periods of time
  • Operate commercial motor vehicle picking up and delivering freight throught different states.
  • Delivered freight across different states to distributers over the road.
  • operate tractor trailer to different states of the country.
  • Deliver fraight in different states, cities, and towns
  • Map reading Correctly secure and tarp all loads Deliver loads in different states Use caution in all driving situations and weather

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48. Trip Logs

low Demand
Here's how Trip Logs is used in Truck Driver-Over-The-Road jobs:
  • Maintain accurate records and trip logs reflecting locations and distance traveled.
  • Maintain trip logs and coordinate with dispatcher and repair shops.
  • Maintain all trip logs, manifests and bills during run.
  • Prepare trip information and maintain trip logs as required.
  • Performed and recorded daily trip logs and scanned bills.
  • Maintained very detailed trip logs.
  • Maintain trip logs reflecting customer locations and distance traveled and fuel costs.
  • Complete trip logs according to the Interstate Commerce Commissionregulations.Independent Home Care Contractor

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20 Most Common Skill for a Truck Driver-Over-The-Road

On-Time Delivery15.3%
OTR12.2%
Vehicle Service11.2%
Safety Procedures10.6%
Tractor-Trailer Combinations7.6%
Pre-Trip Inspections5.5%
Log Book5%
CDL4.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Truck Driver-Over-The-Road

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
On-Time Delivery
On-Time Delivery
12.4%
12.4%
2
2
OTR
OTR
10%
10%
3
3
Vehicle Service
Vehicle Service
9.1%
9.1%
4
4
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
8.6%
8.6%
5
5
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
6.2%
6.2%
6
6
Pre-Trip Inspections
Pre-Trip Inspections
4.5%
4.5%
7
7
Log Book
Log Book
4.1%
4.1%
8
8
CDL
CDL
3.5%
3.5%
9
9
Customer Service
Customer Service
3.4%
3.4%
10
10
Reefer
Reefer
2.6%
2.6%
11
11
State Regulations
State Regulations
2.6%
2.6%
12
12
Tractor Trailers
Tractor Trailers
2.3%
2.3%
13
13
Qualcomm
Qualcomm
2.2%
2.2%
14
14
Hazmat
Hazmat
2%
2%
15
15
Safe Driving
Safe Driving
1.8%
1.8%
16
16
Traffic Laws
Traffic Laws
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Weather Conditions
Weather Conditions
1.3%
1.3%
18
18
Applicable State
Applicable State
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
GPS
GPS
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
DOT
DOT
1.1%
1.1%
21
21
Emergency Equipment
Emergency Equipment
1%
1%
22
22
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
1%
1%
23
23
Road Truck Driver
Road Truck Driver
1%
1%
24
24
Trip Planning
Trip Planning
1%
1%
25
25
Repair Status
Repair Status
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Safe Operation
Safe Operation
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Vehicle Inspections
Vehicle Inspections
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Driver Log
Driver Log
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Electronic Logs
Electronic Logs
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Delivery Instructions
Delivery Instructions
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Dry Goods
Dry Goods
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Transport Goods
Transport Goods
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Transport Freight
Transport Freight
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Paper Logs
Paper Logs
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Fmcsa
Fmcsa
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Company Policies
Company Policies
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
General Freight
General Freight
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Federal Motor
Federal Motor
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
New Drivers
New Drivers
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Pallet Jack
Pallet Jack
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Electrical Lines
Electrical Lines
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Distribution Centers
Distribution Centers
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
Fuel Stops
Fuel Stops
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
Dry Vans
Dry Vans
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Foot Trailer
Foot Trailer
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Delivery Schedules
Delivery Schedules
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Different States
Different States
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Trip Logs
Trip Logs
0.4%
0.4%

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