SOLO Truck Driver: What does a Trucking Career Look like?

If you’re on the job hunt, then you might be asking yourself questions like, Am I qualified for the job I’m applying for? How much money does it pay? Can I move up in and industry and make money while I climb? If you think you have what it takes to become a Professional Truck Driver, then Trucking sounds like the industry for you! Truck drivers are needed across the country and carriers are hiring nationwide today. As a CDL Truck Driver, you can start making real money after completing your CDL Truck Driver Training. In less than 4 weeks of CDL Training at Roadmaster. youcan be on the road to a new career that pays new drivers close to $45,000 in their first year. (SOLO Truck Driver) Solo truck driving is a great entry level position to start a career in trucking. You don’t have to worry about specializing in anything to start, but there are things you can gradually do to make more money (specializing in something like hazardous cargo, for example). With Roadmaster, you can learn what you need to know to pass your CDL test and begin your career after only about a month of training! If you’re interested in making the most money in your first year, consider becoming a TEAM Truck Driver.

What is the Required License to drive a truck?

Class A CDL. The CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) is a state-issued license that tells officials a driver is qualified to drive their truck. The classes (Class A, Class B, Class C, etc.) identify the differences in the types of driving. To move vehicles as heavy and powerful as a semi truck, you need a Class A CDL.

How long does CDL Training take?

Roadmaster Drivers School offers flexible scheduling to allow you to train on the weekdays, weeknights or weekends. Life can be demanding, that’s why Roadmaster created a custom Truck Driver Training program to work around your schedule. Maybe you’re wondering What if I get through the training but still don’t feel ready? or, What if I still need to work on certain skills? Roadmaster won’t just give up on you, we’ll do our best to prepare you using all of our abilities to prepare you for your CDL exam.

How Much Money Does a Truck Driver Make?

Solo truck drivers make up a large percentage of the trucking industry. Their earnings vary depending on the available bonuses offered by their carrier. That’s why having the option to choose your carrier is such a great benefit! CDL truck drivers can earn $40,000-$45,000 their first year on the road!1 On top of that, truck drivers might be eligible for other bonuses through their carrier. You could earn extra money by driving safely, passing inspections, referring friends, and traveling a certain amount of miles in a month.

Responsibilities

The majority of the job is spent driving cargo in a truck across the country and maintaining the truck itself. Truckers also have to check in with dispatchers, log their loads and unloads, and may do a little lifting at dropoff and pickup locations.

Interested In A Career In Truck Driving?

At Roadmaster, students are taught by industry professionals both in the classroom and behind-the-wheel. Our instructors also show trainees how to search for and apply for trucking jobs. In just a few short weeks, you could be ready to take your CDL test and start applying to Truck Driver jobs! Solo CDL truck driving is a great place to start a career in trucking! The first thing you’ll need to get started is a place to train for your CDL License, which is a good thing that you’re on a Roadmaster Blog, and we happen to have CDL Training available for you! 1Wage info supplied by Werner Enterprises

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