Trucking Jobs in Searcy, Arkansas

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Truck Driving Jobs in Searcy, Arkansas

Local Owner Operator Trucking Companies:

Trucking companies listing truck driving jobs and owner operator trucking jobs are listed here for Searcy, Arkansas. Check out their profiles, their contact information, their driver hiring requirements, their employee benefits, and links to their websites. They might have jobs for Company Driver that want to only drive Household Goods, but they might also have any other company trucking jobs available as well as independent driver opportunities. Every company we work with has different needs for their employment opportunities, that means you stand a great chance of getting a great job no matter if you're looking for local truck driver jobs or over the road owner operator trucking jobs. Also, think about filling out our online truck driver application. It will get you in touch with lots of companies, so you can choose the trucking jobs that are best for you and the needs of your family.

 

Trucking Companies in Searcy, Arkansas

 

Your 10-Codes of the Day

10-8 = In Service, subject to call

10-75 = You are causing interference

10-7 = Out of Service, Leaving Air

10-6 = Busy, Stand By

10-99 = Mission completed, all units secure

Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day

ABS (Antilock Braking System)

Computer, sensors and solenoid valves which together monitor wheel speed and modulate braking force if wheel lockup is sensed during braking. Helps the driver retain control of the vehicle during heavy braking on slippery roads.

Tractor

Truck designed primarily to pull a semitrailer by means of a fifth wheel mounted over the rear axle(s). Sometimes called a truck tractor or highway tractor to differentiate from it from a farm tractor.

Twins (Twin Trailers)

See Doubles.

Horsepower (hp)

Measure of power (the amount of work that can be done over a given amount of time). One horsepower is defined as 33,000 foot-pounds of work in one minute. Example: Lifting 33,000 pounds one foot in one minute, or lifting 3300 pounds ten feet in one minute.

VMRS (Vehicle Maintenance Reporting Standards)

Set of codes developed to facilitate computerized tracking of parts and labor used in equipment repair. Established and maintained by the American Trucking Associations.

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