Trucking Jobs in Baxter Springs, Kansas

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Truck Driving Jobs in Baxter Springs, Kansas

Baxter Springs, Kansas Trucking Companies:

American truck drivers and owner operators can use us to find the best truck driving jobs. What you see listed here are trucking companies in Baxter Springs, Kansas that are hiring better company drivers and might also be offering great owner operator trucking jobs. Click on their name and see what they're all about. See if they're offering employment that's even as specific as Company Driver needing experience in Auto. Some carriers are a lot more general in what they're offering, needing all types of driving employees to drive their freight. The benefit of using our site though is you can get in touch with a large number of great transportation employers. If you apply with our site, it's secure, safe and free, you're truck driving background will be matched to the needs of our clients. They'll call you about jobs and you can then decide if what they're offering is good for you instead of settling for a single job offer from just one carrier company.

 

Trucking Companies in Baxter Springs, Kansas

 

Your 10-Codes of the Day

10-12 = Visitors Present

10-92 = Your transmitter is out of adjustment

10-8 = In Service, subject to call

10-84 = My telephone number is .........

10-10 = Transmission Completed, Standing By

Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day

Hazmat

Hazardous materials, as classified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Transport of hazardous materials is strictly regulated by the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Horsepower, Gross Laboratory

Tested horsepower of a "bare" engine without fan, water pump, alternator, exhaust system or any other accessories.

AVI (Automatic Vehicle Identification)

System combining an on-board transponder with roadside receivers to automate identification of vehicles. Uses include electronic toll collection and stolen vehicle detection. (see IVHS)

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.

Common Carrier

Freight transportation company which serves the general public. May be regular route service (over designated highways on a regular basis) or irregular route (between various points on an unscheduled basis).

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