Trucking Jobs in Ardmore, Oklahoma

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Truck Driving Jobs in Ardmore, Oklahoma

Trucking Companies for Company Driver in Ardmore, Oklahoma:

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Trucking Companies in Ardmore, Oklahoma

 

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RPM (Revolutions Per Minute)

Measure of the speed at which a shaft spins. Most often used to describe engine crankshaft speed. Indicated by a tachometer.

Load Range (Tires)

Letter code system for the weight carrying capacity of tires. Comparable ply ratings are shown below. LR PR LR PR A .... 2 E .... 10 B .... 4 F .... 12 C .... 6 G .... 14 D .... 8 H .... 16 (LR = Load Range PR = Ply Rating)

Lift Axle

Extra, unpowered axle needed only when the vehicle is loaded, allowing it to meet federal and state vehicle weight standards. The lift axle is mounted to an air spring suspension that raises the axle when it is not required.

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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.

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