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From the City of Angels to Frisco Bay, the third largest state and the most populated state in the union has just about everything to offer. With climates ranging from Mediterranean to rainforest, to desert and snow, the state is nearly a stand-alone country in its own right. California has over 390,000 miles of road in the state, allowing drivers to experience far-and-away places all within the same state boundaries. Los Angeles alone is an unparalleled driving experience for drivers, though the rest of sunny California offers mechanical, technological and agricultural industries that are renowned worldwide. Chevron, Apple, and Mckesson all see headquarters in the state, proving the sheer magnitude of California’s economic and business-related impact.

Class A Job Description Maywood, CA CDL A Truck Driver Positions Available * $300 Hiring Bonus for Those Who Qualify * $17.49 Per Hour Plus Benefits & Home Daily * Must Be Available 6 Days A Week

Call for details! 866 810 6543 No Experience? No Problem! Start your Career Today! In as little as three weeks of sponsored training at an approved CRST facility, you’ll be on the road......

Regional and OTR SOLO and TEAM Driving Jobs $2,500 Sign on Bonus for Solo Drivers   Home every 7 10 days or more.   ...

Transborder Express is a family owned and operated business serving the Chicago land area since 2007. We offer a wide range of transportation...

TransForce is hiring Class A CDL Truck Drivers in Los Angeles, CA  $22. 50 Per Hour Plus Benefits Refer Experience is a Plus but Not...

Division Overview: The foundation product for Forward Air is our Less than Truckload (LTL) service, offering highly reliable transit and on time...

This Dedicated shuttle truck driver position on the Ford account features daily time at home, up to $65,000 per year* and a predictable work...

Ally Carriers is now hiring Class A CDL qualified Solo and Team company truck drivers who will average 3,000 miles per week.  We start our...

KTS WESTERN REGIONAL FLEET • Earn Average $1100 $1200 Per Week • Strong Miles: 2800 3000 miles per Week • $3000 Sign on Bonus ...

Dana Transport is looking to hire Dedicated and Company Drivers in the San Francisco Bay Area! Company Drivers and Owner Operators! Owners...

Atlas is now leasing Owner Operator drivers for their Commercial Truckload Division. The Commercial Truckload Division is a small owner operator...

Operate Tractor/Trailer to deliver food products in S. California12 months verifiable experience Good Driving...


Employment and Working Conditions for Prospective California Truck Drivers - What to Expect

Travel down any highway or interstate and you're sure to encounter a big rig loaded with everything from canned dog food to livestock. Companies of all types rely on the trucking industry to transport their products to retail establishments nationwide. Even when products travel in part by airplane, train, or ship, trucks play a vital role in the producer to consumer journey. The majority of American commerce relies heavily upon reliable, professional truck drivers for the success of their businesses. For these and many other reasons, truck driver jobs in California are numerous, while skilled drivers are in high demand.

As a truck driver, you will be expected to perform a number of tasks that have nothing to do with driving down the road. Driver assignments and responsibilities change depending on vehicle size, type of payloads, and time on the road. However, regardless of these factors, every driver is expected to perform a safety check before hitting the road. Drivers check to ensure that a working fire extinguisher is aboard as well as flares and necessary safety equipment. They check the angle of the mirrors in order to see both sides of the vehicle from the driver's seat perspective. They inspect the fuel and oil levels, windshield wipers, brakes, and lights. Drivers inspect the security of the cargo. Finally, drivers are expected to report all improperly loaded, missing, or inoperable equipment to the dispatcher.

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Once you are on the road, you will find that trucker jobs are less physically demanding than anticipated. Most trucks today are designed with driver comfort in mind. Ergonomically-designed cabs, driver-friendly features, better ventilation and comfortable seats make the driving experience enjoyable and more attractive. These design improvements increase long-distance driver efficiency and reduce stress.

Some trucks are designed for long-term occupancy, functioning as a mini apartment complete with bunks, televisions, and refrigerators.

Most major trucking companies have equipped their rigs with the latest advances in navigation technology. For example, GPS equipment and satellites link these vehicles to company headquarters, thereby making navigation a breeze. Mechanical problems, delivery schedules, and courses of action can be quickly and efficiently discussed via on-board, voice-activated satellite connections. Weather reports, directions, troubleshooting information, and other noteworthy information can be delivered to any driver anywhere within the United States in a matter of seconds. A computerized dashboard provides real-time information about oil pressure, engine performance, transmission fluids, brake efficiency, and trailer weight ratios. Automatic traction sensors adjust to changing weather conditions to ensure safety on the road.

The customer, warehouse, and producer wants to know the location and status of its merchandise at all times. Luckily, due to advances in modern technology, some truck drivers are no longer required to manually provide this information. In many cases, trucking jobs in California now include computerized inventory equipment, automatic loading or unloading machines, and state-of-the-art navigation, helping truck drivers to ensure prompt, safe delivery of their cargo. Information such as the temperature inside the trailer, location, weight, and speed are automatically delivered to all parties involved. The technology-driven trucking industry keeps the quality of service high and costs low.

Perhaps the only negative aspect of a career in truck driving is the long, lonely hours on the road. Sadly, no amount of comfort, equipment, or driver incentives can make up for the loss of human companionship. Drivers commonly face fatigue, loneliness, and boredom. They frequently travel on weekends, on holidays, or at night to avoid delays or heavy traffic and to deliver their cargo as scheduled. For this reason, many drivers choose to travel with a companion.

Individuals considering a career in truck driving can expect above-average pay, great benefits, and retirement options. Skilled drivers are in high demand across the nation. If you have a CDL, now is the perfect time to take your career to a whole new level as a professional truck driver.

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Trucking Companies in California

Below are list of companies currently hiring within california.
Call 925-427-6017Based out of Pittsburg, K & S Body Shop owns 282 trucks and primarily transports Car hauling.
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Call 559-582-9135Based out of Hanford, E & B Bulk Transportation owns 278 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Building Materials, Grain, Feed, Hay, Dry Van, Construction equipment.
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Call 559-935-5549Based out of Coalinga, J & C Express owns 758 trucks and transports all kinds of freight.
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Call 626-443-1735Based out of El Monte, A & A Smart Shopping owns 125 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Beverages.
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Call 818-716-6995Based out of Woodland Hls, K & P Logistics owns 158 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Fresh Produce.
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Call 951-533-8206Based out of Perris, C & H Brothers Trucking owns 345 trucks and transports all kinds of freight.
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Call 760-801-7696Based out of Oceanside, Quality Marine Water owns 936 trucks and primarily transports Ocean Liquids.
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Call 626-810-9200Based out of Walnut, M A S Moving & Associated Services owns 615 trucks and primarily transports Household Goods.
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Call 559-992-9119Based out of Corcoran, Cent Warehouse owns 493 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Household Goods.
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Call 805-683-0971Based out of Goleta, D & J Trucking Company owns 358 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Machinery, Oversized loads such as Farm Mining or Oilfield equipment, Construction equipment.
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Call 415-529-2222Based out of Richmond, C & T Trucking owns 95,511 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, various metals such as Brass, Titanium, Copper, Iron, Fresh Produce, Toxic Materials.
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Call 760-843-0747Based out of Victorville, D & T Express owns 945 trucks and transports all kinds of freight.
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Call 818-830-7030Based out of N Hills, Yair owns 754 trucks and primarily transports Household Goods.
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Call 760-948-7272Based out of Hesperia, Specialized Transportation owns 568 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, various metals such as Brass, Titanium, Copper, Iron, Car hauling, Logs, Poles, Beams, Lumber, Building Materials, Machinery, Oversized loads such as Farm Mining or Oilfield equipment, Intermodal Containers, Oilfield Equipment, Grain, Feed, Hay, Paper Products, Farm Supplies, Construction equipment.
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Call 817-681-1309Based out of Agoura Hills, E & M Express Transportation owns 110 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Building Materials, Fresh Produce, Meat, Dry Van, Refrigerated Food, Beverages, Paper Products, Construction equipment.
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Call 209-632-0546Based out of Delhi, G & S Imports owns 960 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Household Goods, Precious Metals.
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Call 559-897-2884Based out of Kingsburg, Ubaldo Gonzalez owns 761 trucks and transports all kinds of freight.
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Call 530-842-5471Based out of Yreka, R & R Backhoe Service owns 411 trucks and primarily transports various metals such as Brass, Titanium, Copper, Iron, Logs, Poles, Beams, Lumber, Building Materials, Machinery, Oversized loads such as Farm Mining or Oilfield equipment, Construction equipment, miscellaneous building supplies.
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Call 916-708-0787Based out of Garden Valley, F Talmadge Self owns 165 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Construction equipment, SCRAP METAL.
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Call 310-629-8003Based out of Buena Park, Q Transport owns 479 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Intermodal Containers.
Call 310-629-8003

 
Call 707-445-2077Based out of Eureka, E G Ayers Distributing owns 250 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Fresh Produce, Grain, Feed, Hay, Meat, Refrigerated Food, Beverages, Paper Products.
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Call 562-693-6572Based out of Whittier, C & M Trucking owns 161 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads.
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Call 760-433-0505Based out of El Centro, A & L Trucking owns 988 trucks and primarily transports Fresh Produce.
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Call 818-999-1694Based out of Palm Dale, B & B Transport Co owns 202 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Fresh Produce, Grain, Feed, Hay, Dry Van, Refrigerated Food, Beverages, Paper Products.
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Call 619-893-8140Based out of Rosemade, Zayde Barcenas owns 606 trucks and transports all kinds of freight.
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Call 661-822-3749Based out of Tehachapi, G E Energy owns 474 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Car hauling, Machinery, Oversized loads such as Farm Mining or Oilfield equipment.
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Call 209-632-5876Based out of Hilmar, P & G Trucking owns 187 trucks and primarily transports Grain, Feed, Hay.
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Call 661-424-1128Based out of Cabazon, R & S Logistics owns 910 trucks and transports all kinds of freight.
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Call 916-645-6300Based out of Rocklin, D & S Movers owns 215 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Household Goods.
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Call 530-885-1452Based out of Newcastle, A & A Stepping Stone Mfg owns 377 trucks and primarily transports Building Materials, Construction equipment.
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Call 209-748-5813Based out of Galt, W S Sonoda Nursery owns 725 trucks and primarily transports Gardening supplies.
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Call 619-247-6089Based out of San Ysidro, T & S Trucking owns 852 trucks and transports all kinds of freight.
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Call 909-795-6023Based out of Calimesa, W L Kennedy owns 836 trucks and transports all kinds of freight.
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Call 562-941-4282Based out of Stanton, A & L Roof Clean Off Service owns 455 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Construction equipment.
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Call 415-459-5565Based out of San Rafael, L & M Distribution owns 219 trucks and primarily transports Painting supplies & Geotextile Fabrics.
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Call 209-369-7897Based out of Acampo, Quality Evergreens owns 768 trucks and primarily transports Gardening equipment.
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Call 805-207-5215Based out of Ojai, J & N Express owns 874 trucks and transports all kinds of freight.
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Call 310-514-0762Based out of Rancho Palos Verdes, Quality Bakers Equipment Co owns 910 trucks and primarily transports various metals such as Brass, Titanium, Copper, Iron, Logs, Poles, Beams, Lumber, Building Materials, Machinery, Oversized loads such as Farm Mining or Oilfield equipment.
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Call 831-663-3207Based out of Prunedale, R & R Mccoun owns 196 trucks and primarily transports Commercial track vehicles.
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Call 714-672-2178Based out of Fullerton, Qssc owns 754 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Intermodal Containers.
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Call 530-846-6427Based out of Gridley, J & J Trucking owns 659 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Beverages.
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Call 619-474-8971Based out of National City, C & M Motors owns 105 trucks and primarily transports LEASED VEHICLES.
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Call 800-944-4333Based out of Irwindale, E A Trucking owns 647 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Beverages, Paper Products, GROCERY FREIGHT.
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Call 619-562-6111Based out of El Cajon, C & M Transfer Of San Diego owns 880 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, OFFICE Equipment.
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Call 800-337-3077Based out of Benicia, G C B Communication owns 901 trucks and primarily transports KIDDIE RIDES.
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Call 619-528-0826Based out of San Diego, Elviro Barrazo Hernandez owns 646 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Intermodal Containers.
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Call 209-982-0260Based out of French Camp, H And M Transport owns 80,646 trucks and primarily transports Grain, Feed, Hay, BEET MOLESSES.
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Call 760-745-4252Based out of San Marcos, O J Construction & Backhoe Service owns 111 trucks and primarily transports Building Materials, Machinery, Oversized loads such as Farm Mining or Oilfield equipment.
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Call 661-792-2522Based out of Mcfarland, Martin L Garza owns 722 trucks and primarily transports regular Flatbed & Reefer loads, Fresh Produce, Grain, Feed, Hay, Meat, Refrigerated Food, Beverages.
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