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While the hiring process and needs for companies may be slowing down, the trucking and manufacturing business is indeed booming. After consumers came out of the recession, American’s became more stable and that meant they started more spending. More spending means an increase in products and the need to produce more. For the manufacturing industry this means they’re being forced to make more and for the trucking industry, this keeps them even busier. Holidays are always a big time for stores, and so this means both manufacturing and trucking have an increase in sales. Some may not be exactly how this sort of thing works, and this would apply to online sales as well.

Each store has a warehouse that either rents or owns and that’s where they store their products. Some stores will allow you to shop online and either buy their products straight from the warehouse. Truckers then get paid to deliver these loads long haul and in many cases these same trucks deliver products directly to the store for inventory purposes. The trucks in the trucking industry vary in both size and types. Just as they haul various things, there trucks are designed to accompany these needs. While some trucks may be meant for a shorter hauling, others are for long distance and are built to not only haul the load, but allow the driver to rest comfortably in the back when need be.

Trucks are subjected to weight laws and restrictions which can cost them in hefty fines and in some cases even the loss of the drivers CDL license. On main highways that are often used in traveling through states, truckers are required to check in and have their trucks weighted and make sure their trucks don’t exceed weight limits. Likewise, truckers are also subjected to laws that require them to spend so many hours off the road for a period of time that they’re on the road. With increased productivity, at one point truckers were causing accidents by taking supplements to keep them from falling asleep. Without the required amount of sleep to keep them able to focus and drive effectively, accidents are caused that often have pedestrians seriously injured or killed in accidents.

Trucking is a much desired business as the pay is fairly well, although it often requires the driver spending extended amounts of time away from their family. While the benefits are numerous, it’s not definitely not for everyone. It requires going through a trucking school in which you have to pass numerous tests. Once you pass your written test you are then required a driving test and eventually you’ll be assigned a veteran driver to ride with before being allowed on your own. You’re given a list of companies in which you have to deliver at as well as when you’re due to be there. By not meeting your deadline it can cause a loss in business and even being terminated from the company you’re employed through as well.
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