All about Trucking and Becoming a Driver Trainer

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Trafford Publishing, 2000 - Education - 118 pages
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The truth about long haul trucking...The purpose of this book is to pass on to those who are interested in making a career out of over the road trucking, the countless "little things" that together, can make this an enjoyable experience. This book explains in detail what long haul trucking is all about so that those who are interested in pursuing this as a career can make an intelligent decision whether or not they should spend the required time and money to make trucking a career.

There is far more to long haul trucking than most people realize and many have made the mistake of giving up their former jobs only to find that this type of work is simply not for them. This book presents the world of trucking in a realistic and understandable manner.

This is probably the only book of it's kind that gets into the many details of what happens in the daily activity of moving the nations goods from the manufacturer or producer to the distributer or final destination. There are many routines and special skills that must be developed to be a successful truck driver, whether he or she is going to be local or long haul. This book identifies many of these in detail so that the reader may understand that even though common sense plays a large part in trucking, there are many little things that make the difference between mediocrity and a job well done: success or failure.

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