CDL drivers typically operate tractor trailers. They're responsible for transporting goods and safely operating heavy vehicles with a capacity of more than 26,000 pounds. They spend long days and nights on the road.
A typical day in the life of a CDL driver might include: • Communicating with their dispatcher to receive instructions on their route • Adhering to traffic laws, paying particular attention to those that change as the driver crosses state lines • Inspecting the trailer thoroughly before, during, and after each trip • Logging driving hours in accordance with federal regulations.
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