Trucking Jobs in Carthage, Tennessee

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Truck Driving Jobs in Carthage, Tennessee

Driving Jobs for Company Driver in Carthage, Tennessee:

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Trucking Companies in Carthage, Tennessee

 

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Covered wagon

Gravel trailer covered with a tarp

CDL (Commercial Driver's License)

License which authorizes an individual to operate commercial motor vehicles and buses over 26,000 pounds gross vehicle weight. For operators of freight-hauling trucks, the maximum size which may be driven without a CDL is Class 6 (maximum 26,000 pounds gross vehicle weight).

Pusher Axle

See Axle.

Gradeability

Vehicle's ability to climb a grade at a given speed. Example: A truck with a gradeability of 5% at 60 mph can maintain 60 mph on a grade with a rise of 5%.

Horsepower (hp)

Measure of power (the amount of work that can be done over a given amount of time). One horsepower is defined as 33,000 foot-pounds of work in one minute. Example: Lifting 33,000 pounds one foot in one minute, or lifting 3300 pounds ten feet in one minute.

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