CDL Manual Pacific covers the Pacific time zone and others further west. It includes the Pacific coast states as well as Alaska and Hawaii. The list is short but most of the states are large. Transportation involves both trucking and shipping. Standard cargo containers are a huge part of the picture. Multi-modal transport is key to the economic success in the Pacific.
All successful businesses need truck drivers to move goods from manufacturers to distributors to retailers and to individual customers. In the Pacific, big shippers dispatch another semi-trailer full of goods every few minutes. Regional distributors deliver to retail shops and restaurants every day. Thousands of drivers bring boxes to homes and businesses daily in most cities.
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Every driver with a commercial drivers license (CDL) can find steady jobs here. Los Angeles and Seattle could not survive without truck drivers. Container ports in both those cities keep trucks busy hauling shipping containers to and from the docks. As a truck driver you can choose long hauls or pick from literally thousands of local delivery routes.
A CDL manual is how you start your new career in transportation. Study the CDL manual for your state. With understanding, common sense and good driving practices you will pass the CDL test. Driving tractor-trailers requires that you pass a driving exam. For many people a truck driving school is very helpful. Driving schools get you ready to pass the CDL test. They teach you to be a good and safe driver.
With a CDL you can drive almost any vehicle in any state. It all begins with your CDL manual. You must get a CDL in your home state. Locate your state in this list of Pacific states. If you cannot find it, scroll down for more options after the state list.
Other CDL Manual Time Zones
CDL Manual Eastern – in the Eastern Time Zone
CDL Manual Central – the US Central Time Zone
CDL Manual Mountain – in the Rocky Mountain Time Zone
CDL Manual USA – the entire United States of America