May 22, 2017
Trucker work as key contributor for trucking and transportation industry. However, before you start working as trucker, you must obtain a commercial driver’s license (CDL) through your home state. CDL has three classification of license: Class A, Class B and Class C, which are differentiated with the specified weight of vehicle or number of passengers.
In addition, CDL associated with the special endorsement for drivers who operate special types of commercial motor vehicles (CMVs). For instances, T for double/triple trailers, H for hazardous material, N for tank vehicle, X for combination of tank vehicle and hazardous materials endorsements etc.
Effective May 10, 2017, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will require all new and existing Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) applicants to provide DMV with the following documents:
- Proof of U.S. citizenship/lawful permanent residency/legal presence.
- Proof of domicile (residency).
The GPS navigator is a great and essential tool for truck driver without question for delivering materials or goods to unfamiliar destination. The Truckbubba app is a truck optimized navigator with multiple bells and whistles that ease the journey of freight in North America.
At the Truckbubba app, you can plan your trip in cakewalk by checking out the trucking points of interest, parking facilities, weigh stations, rest areas, truck repair centers etc. along the way.
Being on time is the main factors to be a successful trucker, but the nasty weather might delay your freight movement. Hence, you can observe the weather real time and get off the road accordingly by using this app.
The Truckbubba app helps you to avoid truck-prohibited roads or highways and low bridges that could crush your truck or trailer. You can set the speed limit within the app, the vivid yellow or red value will be displayed when the truck exceed the set speed limit.
You can use the GPS navigation features without any distracting with its voice notifications and night-mode Heads-Up Display (HUD) by placing it onto your windshield.