Trucking Jobs in Lexington, Tennessee

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Truck Driving Jobs in Lexington, Tennessee

Companies with Truck Driver Jobs in Tennessee for Student:

We're excited to let you know that we do have truck driver jobs listed in Lexington, Tennessee for all types of company driver jobs and owner operator trucking jobs. We even have companies that have unique openings like Company Driver that have to have experience in Van 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 Lexington, Tennessee

 

Your 10-Codes of the Day

10-85 = My address is ...........

10-45 = All units within range please report

10-50 = Break Channel

10-67 = All units comply

10-22 = Report in Person too (person)

Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day

Air Ride Suspension

Suspension which supports the load on air-filled rubber bags rather than steel springs. Compressed air is supplied by the same engine-driven air compressor and reservoir tanks which provide air to the air brake system.

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.

TEU (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Unit)

Standardized unit for measuring container capacity on ships, railcars, etc.

EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)

The business-to-business interconnection of computers for the rapid exchange of a wide variety of documents, from bills of lading to build tickets at auto plants.

Dead-Heading

Operating a truck without cargo.

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