North Carolina Truck Driver Jobs in NC

North Carolina Truck Driving Jobs | NC Truck Driver Jobs

The Name Hiring Truck Drivers Says it All!!! Listed below are the trucking companies in North Carolina. Feel free to follow the links to the companies profile page to learn more about them, or fill out an application. Please don't leave too early though, if you click one of the Apply Online buttons below we will send your application to numerous companies offering local truck driving jobs to company drivers, owner operators, and students who have recently acquired their CDL. Whatever category of truck driver you fit into, we will assist you in getting your dream trucking job. So PLEASE take some time to complete and submit your application and lets us do what we do best, Get Truck Drivers like you truck driving jobs.
 

Your truck driver 10-Codes of the Day

10-92 = Your transmitter is out of adjustment

10-38 = Ambulance needed at .........

10-4 = Ok, Message Received

10-10 = Transmission Completed, Standing By

10-20 = My Location is ......... or What's your Location?

 

Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day

Driveline

All the components which together transmit power from the transmission to the drive axle(s). These consist of at least one driveshaft (propeller shaft) with a universal joint at each end.

Bubba

A not-so-formal version of good neighbor.

Bridge Formula

A bridge protection formula used by federal and state governments to regulate the amount of weight that can be put on each of a vehicle's axles, and how far apart the axles (or groups of axles) must be to legally carry a given weight.

LTL (Less-Than-Truckload)

A quantity of freight less than that required for the application of a truckload (TL) rate; usually less than 10,000 pounds. (see TL)

Relay (Relay Driving)

Common practice in the less-than-truckload industry, in which one driver takes a truck for 8 to 10 hours, then turns the truck over to another driver, pony express style.

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