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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 »

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Hotshot freight refers to freight that is being hauled for a single client and is needed as soon as possible. An example of hotshot freight includes equipment for a power company that is necessary to keep the electrical ... More »

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Part-time hot shot truck driving jobs are short-term employment opportunities in the freight shipping industry that involve smaller class trucks hauling trailers and time sensitive cargo on an as-needed basis. The term c... More »

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