- Hours of Service
- CLASS-A Permit Workbook
- Truck Dispatching
- Truck Dispatching workbook
- Trip Planner
Class A CDL Permit Workbook
Every truck driver has started at a point of having no industry knowledge. The learning curve can be very difficult. This workbook is designed to help anyone obtain their Class A CDL permit. Packed with over 300 multiple choice, true/false, and fill in the blank questions, this workbook will help prepare you for life as a commercial truck driver.
Safe Driving Skills
Accident and Other Emergencies Procedures
and a glossary of over 100 trucking terms with definitions.
Hours of Service Book
Learning the Hours of Service (HOS) can be the most difficult part of becoming a truck driver. Even with the use of electronic logging systems, every driver needs to know and understand the HOS regulations. Knowing these rules can save you time and money. The Art of Commercial Trucking™: Hours of Service is a comprehensive guide that helps truckers and other industry professionals understand the HOS rules. This easy-to-read book explains the HOS rules and includes 20 practical application scenarios to help you understand how the rules work in real life situations.
Topics include: The 11 Hour Rule The 14 Hour Rule The 30 Minute Break The 34 Hour Restart The Split Sleeper Berth Provision …and many more.
Now includes whistleblower protections and employment discrimination.
Effective trip planning is essential to being a safe driver. This workbook contains an easy-to-use template for each trip. It also contains pages for long-term planning and goal setting. You can use the planner to plan your pickups and deliveries, your fuel stops, rest stops, track your trailer numbers and much more.
Trucking can be a very lucrative business. So, it is no surprise that people are drawn to make massive amounts of money with, at times what seems like, very little work. The United States Department of Transportation regulates the movement of freight by truck across the United States. Even the requirements of who can coordinate the movement of freight is regulated. That is what we will discuss in this book. Who can legally move freight?
The Art of Commercial Trucking™: Truck Dispatching is a comprehensive guide that helps dispatchers, freight brokers, motor carriers and other industry professionals understand the current regulations surrounding the arrangement of the transport of freight. This easy-to-read book explains the current regulations as it relates to bona fide agents of motor carriers and freight brokers.
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