Grants, New Mexico Trucking Companies:
Truck driver jobs and owner operator trucking jobs can be found with the below trucking companies hiring out of Grants, New Mexico. Suppose you are a Local that only wants to drive Specialized though, well we have the perfect solution for you. If you want to review the trucking companies listed here, go ahead. You'll find out how to get in touch with them, see what they're paying, as well as what they require out of a potential hire. But, if you want that perfect truck driver job the fill out an online secure application with us. It only takes a few minutes and it will change your trucking career immediately. What happens is we match your trucking history to the needs of our clients - the best trucking companies in the country. They'll get through to you with job offers which means you can decide what one is best for you based on what they're all offering. You can finally compare several trucking jobs side by side instead of having to take a single offer from one trucking company.
Trucking Companies in Grants, New Mexico
Your 10-Codes of the Day
10-4 = Ok, Message Received
10-28 = Identify your station
10-65 = Awaiting your next message or assignment
10-26 = Disregard Last Information/Cancel Last Message
10-44 = I have a message for you
Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day
CG (Center of Gravity)
Weight center or balance point of an object, such as a truck body. Calculated to help determine optimum placement of truck bodies on chassis.
Heavy protective barrier mounted behind the tractor's cab. Designed to prevent "headaches" caused by load shifting forward from the trailer and crushing the cab.
Book carried by truck drivers in which they record their hours of service and duty status for each 24-hour period. Required in interstate commercial trucking by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
DRL (Daytime Running Lights)
System that automatically turns on a vehicle's low beam headlights when the parking brake is released and the ignition is on.
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.