Florida Trucking Companies in FL

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We know a few things here very, very well. What we know best is truck drivers and the hiring process. What you see here are some trucking companies from Florida. Go ahead and check out the info listed for these companies and their information. Also think about the Apply Buttons you see because what we'll do when you apply is forward your driving history to companies you're pre-qualified to drive for and get better truck driving jobs for any kind of employee, even Student experienced in Hazmat. No matter what kind of truck driver you are, or experience you have, we'll work as hard as we can to find awesome truck driving jobs for you to review. Applying with us can change your truck driving career because we only work with truck drivers and helping them find better jobs.
 

Your truck driver 10-Codes of the Day

10-13 = Advise weather and road conditions

10-71 = proceed with transmission in sequence

10-38 = Ambulance needed at .........

10-18 = Anything for us?

10-67 = All units comply

 

Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day

Axle

Structural component to which wheels, brakes and suspension are attached. Drive axles are those with powered wheels. Front axle is usually called the steer axle. Pusher axles are unpowered and go ahead of drive axles. Rear axles may be drive, tag or pusher types. Tag axles are unpowered and go behind drive axles.

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Private Carrier

Business which operates trucks primarily for the purpose of transporting its own products and raw materials. The principle business activity of a private carrier is not transportation. (see For-Hire Carrier)

Demountable Rim

Multi-piece steel wheel rim assembly which is bolted to a spoke hub. Demountable rims are still in use, though they have been replaced in many applications by the simpler disc wheel. (see Cast Spoke Wheel)

Kingpin (axle)

Pin around which a steer axle's wheels pivot.

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