A Community for Our Truck Driver Friends
The trucking industry changes daily and truck drivers are overwhelmed with new driver regulations. This site will help you, the CDL truck driver; find driver solutions to the problems and questions you have.
Effective May 21, 2014:
CMV drivers must obtain medical certificates from certified medical examiners listed on the National Registry.
CDL Learning Center
You will find CDL practice tests here. If you are preparing for high paying truck driving jobs by obtaining your Class A, Class B or Class C CDL license you will find these practice tests very useful you will also find CDL practice tests for other endorsements you might need such as Hazmat, Tanker and Doubles-Triples.
CSA Point Information
CSA Points affect both the driver and the carriers score. A trucking company with a high CSA score affects how often a truck drivercan get pulled over in a roadside inspection. If a driver accumulates a large number of CSA points it can affect the quality of the carrier they can find employment with.
Truck Driver Resources
You will find information on Truck Driver Taxes, How to Get Your Dac Report Free, Hazmat Background Check, and other information for truck drivers in this area.
Truck Driving Jobs
According to the American Trucking Associations (ATA) the trucking industry will need over 96,000 new drivers every year for the next ten years. 20,000 to 25,000 truck driving jobs go unfilled each year.