Trucking Jobs in Waterloo, Iowa


Truck Driving Jobs in Waterloo, Iowa

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LCV (Long Combination Vehicle)

In general, vehicles longer than a standard doubles rig (tractor and two 28-foot semitrailers). Examples of LCVs which are permitted in some U.S. western states and eastern toll roads: Twin 48-foot trailers; triple 28-foot trailers.

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)

TL (Truckload)

The quantity of freight required to fill a trailer; usually more than 10,000 pounds. (see LTL)

VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)

Assigned by the manufacturer, this number is unique to each vehicle and appears on the vehicle's registration and title.

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