Peoria Arizona Truck Driving Jobs

Take your pick from over 20 Peoria Arizona truck driving jobs. Most of these are local truck driving jobs. Locate job opportunities for many kinds of trucks including flatbed, reefer, and tanker. Many businesses need drivers for local delivery routes. You may sometimes drive smaller trucks like box and panel on these routes. A number of businesses have no-experience jobs for students and recent driving class graduates.

Don’t destroy your health by accepting a long-haul job. You will work long hours. Some businesses will force drivers to operate illegally long times. US law says 11 hours is the max per day. Take Peoria Arizona truck driving jobs and you can spend time with your family each night. Local driving job salary is almost as much as long-haul. The benefits are excellent. You will be a better and safer driver with local Peoria Arizona truck driving jobs.

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Spend more of your family time at home with Peoria Arizona truck driving jobs.

CDL Manual License Class




The CDL Manual explains license class in the introduction. There are three classifications: A, B and C.

CDL License Class A
CDL License Class A
Class A is the most flexible. It is also the most valuable class to have on your CDL. If you have a Class A license you can work at almost any driving job.

License Class A is sometimes called the combination class. It means you can drive any combination of heavy vehicles. With Class A you can drive any vehicle weighing more than 26,000 pounds, and you can tow a second vehicle or trailer weighing more than 10,000 pounds.

CDL License Class B
CDL License Class B
License Class B is often known as heavy straight vehicles. This class allows driving any single vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of more than 26,000 pounds. Class B also allows towing a second vehicle up to 10,000 pounds GVWR.

CDL License Class C
CDL License Class C
License Class C is the small vehicle class. Class C includes any vehicle or combination that does not fit in Class A or Class B. It includes passenger vehicles for up to 16 people, including the driver. Small vehicles used to transport hazardous materials are also included in Class C.

Your license may also have endorsements or restrictions. Endorsements are like options to your license class. The Passenger endorsement permits you to drive a small Class C bus or a larger Class B bus. The Tank Vehicle and Hazardous Materials endorsements are needed to drive a tank truck carrying flammable liquids.

Aim for Class A. It gives you the most career opportunities. Add endorsements that you think you might need. You can always add an endorsement later.