Trucking Jobs in Bullhead City, Arizona

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Truck Driving Jobs in Bullhead City, Arizona

Companies with Truck Driver Jobs in Arizona for Company Driver:

So you’re looking for truck driver jobs in Bullhead City, Arizona? Then see the trucking companies listed here. They’re all looking for company truckers and contract owner operator drivers. Look around at what their offering their employees, even if you’re a Company Driver that has really only driven Flatbed, we’re sure that there are companies that you can definitely work for as a trucker. You also might want to consider applying with us. We’ll match your driving criteria to the needs of the carrier trucking companies that we work with that need you to drive for them today. Every company we work with needs your skills. Applying with us allows every company driver and independent driver to choose the type of jobs they want – getting in one of their vehicles or using your own when finding better owner operator trucking jobs.

 

Trucking Companies in Bullhead City, Arizona

 

Your 10-Codes of the Day

10-45 = All units within range please report

10-13 = Advise weather and road conditions

10-71 = proceed with transmission in sequence

10-65 = Awaiting your next message or assignment

10-10 = Transmission Completed, Standing By

Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day

Doubles (Twins, Twin Trailers)

Combination of a tractor and two semitrailers connected in tandem by a converter dolly. (see Converter Dolly; Pintle Hook)

Air Ride Suspension

Suspension which supports the load on air-filled rubber bags rather than steel springs. Compressed air is supplied by the same engine-driven air compressor and reservoir tanks which provide air to the air brake system.

Payload

Weight of the cargo being hauled.

LCV (Long Combination Vehicle)

In general, vehicles longer than a standard doubles rig (tractor and two 28-foot semitrailers). Examples of LCVs which are permitted in some U.S. western states and eastern toll roads: Twin 48-foot trailers; triple 28-foot trailers.

Logbook

Book carried by truck drivers in which they record their hours of service and duty status for each 24-hour period. Required in interstate commercial trucking by the U.S. Department of Transportation.

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