Nevada Truck Driving Jobs - CDL
Trucking Jobs in Nevada
Nevada, a state known for its successful tourism industry, depends on truck drivers to bring their freight out of the state and bring goods into the state. By learning more about this state's trucking industry and ensuring that you meet Nevada's licensing requirements, you can start an exciting new career in this area.
All licensing procedures and tests are overseen by the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles. If you just want a Class A license, you must pass a written test and a skills test. Available endorsements that require further examination include double/triples, tank, and hazardous materials. If you want to drive an oversized vehicle as part of your career, you must be at least 25 years old.
Income levels in Nevada are often significantly higher than they are in other states. Currently, the average salary for a tractor-trailer driver is $46,400 per year (O*Net, 2015). You may be able to earn more by taking on city driving routes or long haul OTR routes.
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The Nevada Trucking Association may have the resources you need to make an impact with your new career. They offer regular updates on road conditions, host training seminars for employees, and keep members involved in government affairs that affect the truck driving industry.
As the country comes to rely more on transported goods, now can be the perfect time to become a truck driver. Our list of local trucking jobs can help you discover employers near you! Take the next step and apply today!