Trucking Companies for Company Driver in Chesterfield, Indiana:
Truck drivers and owner operators can find the best trucking companies working and operating in Chesterfield, Indiana listed below. We have lots of carriers listed here so be sure to review all of their hiring features. They need all kinds of truckers with all kinds of driving history, some may even need Student for Specialized driving jobs, but they might also have many different kinds of driver jobs listed for you to check out as well. Listings here of trucking companies offering all kinds of better truck driver jobs and great owner operator jobs are kept current. The best way to get in touch with lots of them at once is to submit an application with us. It's secure and safe and best of free to truck drivers, but it also gets the trucking carriers calling you with jobs. You get to pick the offer that's best instead of settling for just one trucking job offer, from just one company.
Trucking Companies in Chesterfield, Indiana
Your 10-Codes of the Day
10-50 = Break Channel
10-71 = proceed with transmission in sequence
10-41 = Please tune to channel ........
10-200 = Police needed at ..........
10-36 = Need correct time
Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day
Class "A" truck driver
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.
Runaway Truck Ramp
Emergency area adjacent to a steep downgrade that a heavy truck can steer into after losing braking power. Usually two or three lanes wide and several hundred feet long, the ramp is a soft, gravel-filled pathway which absorbs the truck's forward momentum, bringing it to a safe stop. Depending on the surrounding terrain, the ramp may be level or run up or down hill.
Company which leases vehicles.
Relay (Relay Driving)
Common practice in the less-than-truckload industry, in which one driver takes a truck for 8 to 10 hours, then turns the truck over to another driver, pony express style.