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
CE (CF, LP)
Distance from back of a truck's cab to the end of its frame.
AVL (Automated Vehicle Location)
Class of technologies designed to locate vehicles for fleet management purposes and for stolen vehicle recovery. Infrastructure can be land-based radio towers or satellites. (see IVHS)
Top speed a vehicle can attain as determined by engine power, engine governed speed, gross weight, driveline efficiency, air resistance, grade and load.
Extra, unpowered axle needed only when the vehicle is loaded, allowing it to meet federal and state vehicle weight standards. The lift axle is mounted to an air spring suspension that raises the axle when it is not required.
Company which transports commodities exempted from Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) economic regulation.