Companies with Truck Driver Jobs in Tennessee for Local:
We're excited to let you know that we do have truck driver jobs listed in Cookeville, Tennessee for all types of company driver jobs and owner operator trucking jobs. We even have companies that have unique openings like Owner Operator that have to have experience in Reefer recently. We also have lots of trucking companies needing all types of employees, especially quality truck drivers and owner operators. Our clients need to hire lots of truckers to get their freight moved all over America. They're looking for teams, local drivers, regional positions, and over the road. Your best bet to get in touch with as many truck driving jobs as possible is to apply with us. Our service sends your application to companies so they can then call you with job offers, leaving you to decide the trucking jobs that are best for you based on pay, hometime, and benefits.
Trucking Companies in Cookeville, Tennessee
Your 10-Codes of the Day
10-6 = Busy, Stand By
10-35 = Confidential Information
10-23 = Stand by
10-24 = Completed last assignment
10-99 = Mission completed, all units secure
Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day
Chassis Weight (Curb Weight, Tare Weight)
Weight of the empty truck, without occupants or load.
Refrigerated trailer with insulated walls and a self-powered refrigeration unit. Most commonly used for transporting food.
IVHS (Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems)
Blanket term for a wide array of technologies, including electronic sensors, computer hardware and software and radio communications. The purpose of IVHS is to increase efficiency of use of existing highways, reducing travel time, fuel consumption, air pollution and accidents. There are five functional areas: Advanced Public Transportation Systems (APTS) Advance Traffic Management Systems (ATMS) Advance Traveler Information Systems (ATIS) Advanced Vehicle Control Systems (AVCS) Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) A more recently coined term, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), encompasses both IVHS and modes of transportation other than highway, such as rail. (see AVI, AVL, WIM)
A hill going down
ABS (Antilock Braking System)
Computer, sensors and solenoid valves which together monitor wheel speed and modulate braking force if wheel lockup is sensed during braking. Helps the driver retain control of the vehicle during heavy braking on slippery roads.