A commercial driver's license primarily opens up job opportunities in a broad range of truck driving companies. Other career opportunities include becoming a tractor trailer driver and a long-haul driver. Job opportuniti... More »

Some jobs that require a Commercial Driver's License include delivery driver positions and truck driver positions within logistical shipping companies. Many fracking companies also hire drivers with a Commercial Driver's... More »

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A non-CDL driving job is a job that involves driving vehicles with a gross weight rating 26,000 pounds or less, that does not regularly transport 16 or more people at a time and that does not transport hazardous material... More »

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To get an oil field truck driving job, first obtain a class A commercial driver's license, which is required for drivers of heavy trucks. CDL drivers must also be SafeLandUSA certified before they can work in oil field t... More »

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The legal requirements to get a commercial truck driving job that doesn't involve dealing with hazardous chemicals include having a class A commercial driver's license, being at least 18 years old to drive in state or at... More »

Individuals seeking a career as a car transport driver should obtain a CDL driver's license, apply for a Motor Carrier number through the U.S. Department of Transportation and train for the job through a trucking school ... More »

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Any job requiring the employee to carry a commercial driver's license or anyone driving a vehicle with a gross vehicle weight greater than 10,001 pounds requires a Department of Transportation medical card and physical l... More »

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