Local Truck Jobs | OTR CDL Trucking Jobs
Welcome to our local trucking companies directory. If you want to get home often, then you should try to find a job with a carrier that’s in your home state. Qualifying for local truck driving jobs is usually dependent on where you live, so in order to get home as often as possible, it makes sense to try to find a trucking company that’s close to where you live. If you’ll just click on the state below, you’ll see a list of the cities, and then a list of employers that are offering local truck driving jobs.
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
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Trucking Definitions of the Day
Runaway Truck Ramp
Emergency area adjacent to a steep downgrade that a heavy truck can steer into after losing braking power. Usually two or three lanes wide and several hundred feet long, the ramp is a soft, gravel-filled pathway which absorbs the truck's forward momentum, bringing it to a safe stop. Depending on the surrounding terrain, the ramp may be level or run up or down hill.
Service in which companies can lease drivers and trucks from the same source, rather than having to procure them from different companies.
Company which leases vehicles.
A quantity of freight less than that required for the application of a truckload (TL) rate; usually less than 10,000 pounds. (see TL)