Hotshot trucking involves hauling cargo that must travel quickly, so companies contract drivers on an individual run basis. Hotshot truckers seek jobs through local manufacturing or agricultural businesses, wholesale war... More » Business & Finance Careers Career Aspirations

According to Overdrive, hotshot trucking typically refers to trucks in classes three to five. Trucks in this class range cover a gross vehicle weight range of 10,000 to 19,500 pounds. More » Vehicles Car Makes & Models

USA Truck, Inc. is a logistics and transportation provider. The company transports commodities by truck throughout the United States, as well as in and out of portions of Canada and Mexico. More » Business & Finance Corporations
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