Trucking Jobs in Batesville, Mississippi

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Truck Driving Jobs in Batesville, Mississippi

Local Trucking Companies in Mississippi:

Hiring Truck Drivers.com has the below list of better trucking companies hiring truck drivers and owner operators right now in Batesville, Mississippi. They need the best company drivers, the best team drivers, and the best owner operator drivers out there. Some companies have local truck driving jobs, regional truck driver jobs, and over the road driving positions available. Click on the carrier company profile listed here to see what kind of driver jobs are available. We want you to find the best paying truck driving jobs so that you can improve your trucking career. You might also consider applying with us. We have companies with dry van, tanker, household goods, flatbed, and any other type of freight - even Local Hazmat work. By applying with us, you'll get phone calls from a list of better trucking companies leaving you with the ability to choose the job offer that you like most.

 

Trucking Companies in Batesville, Mississippi

 

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Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day

GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating)

Maximum weight an axle is rated to carry by the manufacturer. Includes both the weight of the axle and the portion of a vehicle's weight carried by the axle.

Demountable Rim

Multi-piece steel wheel rim assembly which is bolted to a spoke hub. Demountable rims are still in use, though they have been replaced in many applications by the simpler disc wheel. (see Cast Spoke Wheel)

Twins (Twin Trailers)

See Doubles.

Private Carrier

Business which operates trucks primarily for the purpose of transporting its own products and raw materials. The principle business activity of a private carrier is not transportation. (see For-Hire Carrier)

Cast Spoke Wheel

Wheel with five or six spokes originating from a center hub. The spoked portion, usually made of cast steel, is bolted to a multiple-piece steel rim (see Demountable Rim; Disc Wheel).

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