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Regional, OTR, or Vocational Trucking: What’s Right for You

Friday, September 7th, 2018
Three types of trucking - Regional Over the Road Vocational Trucks

Regional, OTR, or Vocational Trucking: What’s Right for You

Truck driving is a popular occupation and it’s important to weigh your options and find what the best fit is for you. There are three main types of trucking:

  1. REGIONAL – This typically involves day trips – often a maximum of one or two nights out. A driver may run areas anywhere from a few city/counties to a few states.
  2. OVER THE ROAD (OTR) – A long-haul otr driver can spend weeks at a time on the road, with coast-to-coast loads.
  3. VOCATIONAL – Vocational drives take care of specific jobs or tasks. This category includes anywhere from dump trucks, end-dumps & side-dumps, belly dumps, refuse (garbage trucks and roll-offs), concrete trucks, service trucks, rail trucks- and the list goes on. These types of rigs are often found in construction sites, oil fields, landfills, and more.

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Truck Maintenance Checklist for Winter

Wednesday, February 7th, 2018

Checklist for Winter Truck Maintenance

With the coldest months of winter upon us, it’s important to prepare your trucks for extreme cold temperatures. Extreme cold may impact the aftertreatment system heat management, which could impact the efficiency of your truck if not maintained properly.

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Find Out How to Get Behind the Wheel of a Commercial Truck

Sunday, July 16th, 2017

Steps to becoming a commercial truck driver

Anyone considering a career in commercial trucking will need to go through the proper training and education. There are several important steps to becoming a commercial truck driver that interested parties will need to take before getting behind the wheel. (more…)

How Does Traffic Congestion Affect Commercial Trucking?

Friday, July 14th, 2017
How does traffic congestion affect commercial trucking?

Traffic jams are incredibly irritating for many Americans. As long as we have driven cars, it seems as though we have all been driving to the same place at the same time. This leads to traffic congestion and stress for many drivers. All of this traffic has a significant impact on the commercial trucking industry. So how does traffic congestion affect commercial trucking? (more…)

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