Princeton, Indiana Trucking Companies:
Trucking companies listing truck driving jobs and owner operator trucking jobs are listed here for Princeton, Indiana. Check out their profiles, their contact information, their driver hiring requirements, their employee benefits, and links to their websites. They might have jobs for Owner Operator that want to only drive Flatbed, 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 Princeton, Indiana
Your 10-Codes of the Day
10-91 = Talk closer to the Mike
10-29 = Time is up for contact
10-33 = Emergency Traffic at this station
10-35 = Confidential Information
10-42 = Traffic Accident at ..........
Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day
Overload, carrying more weight than local state law allows
IVHS (Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems)
Blanket term for a wide array of technologies, including electronic sensors, computer hardware and software and radio communications. The purpose of IVHS is to increase efficiency of use of existing highways, reducing travel time, fuel consumption, air pollution and accidents. There are five functional areas: Advanced Public Transportation Systems (APTS) Advance Traffic Management Systems (ATMS) Advance Traveler Information Systems (ATIS) Advanced Vehicle Control Systems (AVCS) Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) A more recently coined term, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), encompasses both IVHS and modes of transportation other than highway, such as rail. (see AVI, AVL, WIM)
All the components, including engine, which transmit the engine's power to the rear wheels: clutch, transmission, driveline and drive axle(s).
U.S. Department of Transportation safety regulations which govern the hours of service of commercial vehicle drivers engaged in interstate trucking operations.
Combined weight of all loads, gear and supplies on a vehicle.