Driver Jobs for Company Driver in Coal Creek, Colorado:
Trucking companies listing truck driving jobs and owner operator trucking jobs are listed here for Coal Creek, Colorado. Check out their profiles, their contact information, their driver hiring requirements, their employee benefits, and links to their websites. They might have jobs for Student 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 Coal Creek, Colorado
Your 10-Codes of the Day
10-4 = Ok, Message Received
10-16 = make pickup at (location)
10-36 = Need correct time
10-27 = I am moving to Channel ......
10-67 = All units comply
Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day
Gearing in which less than one revolution of a transmission's input shaft causes one turn of the output shaft. The purpose of overdrive is to reduce engine rpm in high gear for better fuel economy. Example: A transmission with an overdrive top gear has a ratio of 0.70 to one. Turning the input shaft 0.7 revolutions causes 1.0 revolution of the output shaft.
GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating)
Maximum weight an axle is rated to carry by the manufacturer. Includes both the weight of the axle and the portion of a vehicle's weight carried by the axle.
Liquefied Petroleum Gas, e.g., Propane Butane.
Manufacturing system which depends on frequent, small deliveries of parts and supplies to keep on-site inventory to a minimum.
A bridge protection formula used by federal and state governments to regulate the amount of weight that can be put on each of a vehicle's axles, and how far apart the axles (or groups of axles) must be to legally carry a given weight.