So, rookie truck drivers also make the mistake of not understanding the various types of work available. After all, getting your commercial driver’s license (CDL) and passing the Department of Transportation (DOT) physical is only part of it.
You need to understand the business and everything that it takes, so here without further delay, is a breakdown of what I think is the best types of freight for rookie truck drivers.
Perhaps not everyone will agree with my suggestion, and that is fine. After all we have freedom to choose what is best for us. This is actually my opinion on how to best use your CDL and get a driving job when you are a rookie truck driver.
Dry Van/Box Truck Freight: How Good That Could Be For A Rookie Truck Drivers?
Do you know the good thing about van/box trailers? They are the most common type of cargo transportation in the United States. And there is not a whole lot to the dry van trailers.
Oh sure they still have LED lights, tires and such, but really they are basically a box with wheels! Besides, ensuring your load is secured there isn’t too much to worry about! There are no temperature control issues to be concerned with. This will all benefit rookie truck drivers.