Illinois Trucking Drivers in IL

Illinois Truck Driving Jobs | IL Trucking Drivers

Are you specifically a Student with experience in Specialized and looking for truck driver jobs in in ? Yes? No? Maybe? No matter what type of truck drivers are here, we have the below list of great trucking companies that need great company truck drivers and owner operators. Some companies need truck drivers with no experience, others need lots of specialized over the road experience, but the bottom line is almost every carrier company in the country needs you. Review the names you see listed here and you can get their contact information, their hiring requirements, and the benefits they offer their driving employees. You might want to apply with us though, we'll match your driving history to their hiring needs and that let's you decide the truck driver jobs that are best for you based on what they offer.
 

Your truck driver 10-Codes of the Day

10-23 = Stand by

10-67 = All units comply

10-34 = Trouble at this station, help is needed

10-32 = I will give you a radio check

10-21 = Call on the telephone

 

Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day

Four wheeler

Passenger car or pickup

Doubles (Twins, Twin Trailers)

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

EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)

The business-to-business interconnection of computers for the rapid exchange of a wide variety of documents, from bills of lading to build tickets at auto plants.

Dead-Heading

Operating a truck without cargo.

Cast Spoke Wheel

Wheel with five or six spokes originating from a center hub. The spoked portion, usually made of cast steel, is bolted to a multiple-piece steel rim (see Demountable Rim; Disc Wheel).

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