Trucking Jobs in Junction City, Kansas

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Truck Driving Jobs in Junction City, Kansas

Companies with Truck Driving Jobs in Junction City, Kansas for Owner Operator:

There are literally thousands upon thousands of truck driving jobs ready for great truck drivers. What's listed here in Junction City, Kansas are companies that are based here in Junction City, Kansas. We have a lot of other locations and pages for trucking companies. We list their contact information, their hiring requirements, and some of their benefits. Doing this allows you the ability to find out what trucking companies are good for you and might be good for your future even if you're looking for something unique like a Company Driver job driving Household Goods. You might also want to think about submitting a secure application with our site. We'll compare your driving and work history to the needs of our clients. They'll then call you with truck driver jobs so you can then decide the one that is good for you and what you're looking for in your trucking search.

 

Trucking Companies in Junction City, Kansas

 

Your 10-Codes of the Day

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Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day

Hours-Of-Service

U.S. Department of Transportation safety regulations which govern the hours of service of commercial vehicle drivers engaged in interstate trucking operations.

Powertrain (Drivetrain)

All the components, including engine, which transmit the engine's power to the rear wheels: clutch, transmission, driveline and drive axle(s).

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.

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.

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