Trucking Jobs in North Atlanta, Georgia

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Truck Driving Jobs in North Atlanta, Georgia

Driving Jobs for Owner Operator in North Atlanta, Georgia:

Truck driver jobs and owner operator trucking jobs can be found with the below trucking companies hiring out of North Atlanta, Georgia. Suppose you are a Owner Operator that only wants to drive Van though, well we have the perfect solution for you. If you want to review the trucking companies listed here, go ahead. You'll find out how to get in touch with them, see what they're paying, as well as what they require out of a potential hire. But, if you want that perfect truck driver job the fill out an online secure application with us. It only takes a few minutes and it will change your trucking career immediately. What happens is we match your trucking history to the needs of our clients - the best trucking companies in the country. They'll get through to you with job offers which means you can decide what one is best for you based on what they're all offering. You can finally compare several trucking jobs side by side instead of having to take a single offer from one trucking company.

 

Trucking Companies in North Atlanta, Georgia

 

Your 10-Codes of the Day

10-99 = Mission completed, all units secure

10-26 = Disregard Last Information/Cancel Last Message

10-67 = All units comply

10-11 = Talking too Rapidly

10-37 = Wrecker needed at …...

Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day

Synchronized Transmission

Transmission with built-in mechanisms to automatically "equalize" the speed of its gears to allow smooth shifting without the need to double-clutch.

Cube (Cubic Capacity)

Interior volume of a truck body, semitrailer or trailer, measured in cubic feet.

Cargo Weight

Combined weight of all loads, gear and supplies on a vehicle.

Fog lifter

Interesting CB'er

Container (Shipping Container)

Standard-sized rectangular box used to transport freight by ship, rail and highway. International shipping containers are 20 or 40 feet long, conform to International Standards Organization (ISO) standards and are designed to fit in ships' holds. Containers are transported on public roads atop a container chassis towed by a tractor. Domestic containers, up to 53 feet long and of lighter construction, are designed for rail and highway use only.

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