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What are some useful online resources for truck drivers?

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LandlineMag.com, Roadmaster and Truckers Report all offer a variety of online resources for truck drivers on their websites. The American Trucking Association, the National Truckers Association and the Department of Transportation also have online resources for truck drivers available on their websites.

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Information on trucker slang, the history of trucking, national road conditions, trucking codes and resources for female truck drivers can be found at Truckers Report. They also provide a large list of external resources that truckers may find useful.

Roadmaster provides an extensive list of employment opportunities for truckers and a large list of trucking companies, commissions and associations. For those interested in trucking employment but lacking qualification, Roadmaster offers access to a large amount of educational trucking material and CDL handbooks. While they provide some educational material free of charge, access to full CDL certification courses requires payment of a premium fee.

LandlineMag.com collects trucking related news, special features and reports from around the United States. This daily news site allows professional truckers to always stay in touch with current events in the trucking world. Similar to Truckers Report, LandlineMag.com also offers links to a collection external online resources for truckers.

The American Trucking Association, the National Truckers Association and the Department of Transportation all also provide trucking related news in addition to educational materials and links to external trucking resources. They offer complimentary access to legal information for truckers as well.

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