You can make a lot of money in the truck driving industry today. Many experienced drivers make $80,000 or even more, but getting into the industry can be a bit difficult since a CDL, or commercial driver's license, is required.

This creates a huge opportunity for anybody interested in truck driving - essentially it is an employee's job market. In their desperation to get good drivers, most companies will now pay for your CDL training just to make sure you come onboard with their company.

Keep in mind when you are evaluating your truck driving options that you will not be considered if you have a DUI on your record or any recent felonies. Many trucking companies offer local routes, but many may require significant travel which would take you away from your family often. Usually this type of employment contract would allow you to be gone for a couple of weeks, back for a week or so, then gone again. These are some important factors to consider when applying for a truck driving job.

Preston Wily does contract marketing for Driver's Agent, a company that helps potential truckers find truck driving jobs. Driver's Agent also helps negotiate better wages for experienced truckers.

   There are literally hundreds of truck driving schools across the country, each with different programs.  As with any business, there are good ones and there are bad ones.  But you have to know what to look for in a trucking school.
  There are essentially
three different types of truck driver training programs.  The first is a private school, the second is a public institution and the third is a training program run by a motor carrier.

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Right now there is a huge truck driver shortage in the USA. Trucking companies, for the first time ever, are trying to find creative ways to hire potential truck drivers to keep their clients happy.
Truck Driving Schools Can Get You on Fast Track
  Many states have excellent vocational schools that offer training in truck driving, many with decades of experience in driver training. Some offer full courses in truck driving, as well as classes that provide experienced drivers a chance to upgrade their skills, and job placement assistance. ..More Information
Truck Driving Schools - What They Won't Tell You
  The truck driving schools will always tell you that you will have no problem getting hired after you achieve your CDL. This in fact, is true to a certain point, but what they don’t tell you is the key factor you need to know BEFORE you enter into a truck driving school...
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