Best Trucking Jobs with Top-Paying Carriers

As a prospective trucker looking for new opportunities, don’t you want to work with a top-paying carrier? This certainly means comparing the starting pay per mile, but the ­best trucking jobs offer compensation in other areas as well. Here are the categories to ask about when looking for a new truck driving job. Type of…

Jiggy Jobs | Finding the Best Trucking Jobs

As a prospective trucker, or someone hoping to find a better carrier to drive for, you’re only interested in the best trucking jobs out there. But how do you find them? Thanks to Jiggy Jobs’ classifieds page, it’s easy. Here’s how to find a truck driving job using this valuable resource. Customize Your Search Dozens…

18-Year-Old Truck Drivers – Good or Bad?

Transportation laws have some interesting age limit restrictions for truck drivers. According to Trucking News Online, as the law stands right now, an 18-year-old can obtain a commercial driver’s license, but he or she can’t drive across state lines until age 21. This means it’s legal for an 18-year-old truck driver to drive 500 miles…

Truck Driving in Maryland

Known as both the Old Line State and the Free State, Maryland has a rich history as one of the country’s original 13 colonies. If you find yourself truck driving in Maryland, make time to visit some of the state’s most beloved attractions. Places to See While Truck Driving in Maryland Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum:…

Carrier of the Month | Celadon Trucking

For the month of August, Jiggy Jobs is highlighting Celadon Trucking as our carrier of the month. Founded in 1985, Celadon Trucking has grown to become one of the country’s largest transportation companies. Celadon’s team, made up of nearly 4,000 seated trucks, has a reputation for being one of the youngest on the road. That…

Truck Driving in Nevada

Dominated by great expanses of desert, a person unfamiliar with Nevada might think there’s not much to see there. However, trucking in Nevada opens up many opportunities to see beautiful wonders you can’t find anywhere else. The next time your truck driving route sends you through Nevada, be sure to stop by some of these…

On-the-Road, Money-Saving Tips for Truck Drivers

As a truck driver, you know that living on the road gets expensive. You work hard for your paycheck; do you really want to blow all your dough on roadside conveniences? It’s tempting to spoil yourself after a hard day’s work, but saving for a rainy day is important to stay out of debt. Follow…

New Trucking Technology

The transportation industry has grown and changed tremendously in the past few years with the addition of new trucking technology, making life easier, safer and more productive for truck drivers. Are you aware of the latest technological advancements? Consider what new technology lies in store. Self-Driving Trucks In May, Freightliner unveiled the first road-legal self-driving…

Speed Limiters | Good or Bad for Truck Drivers

The American Trucking Associations (ATA) is currently seeking speed limiters for heavy-duty truck. The organization petitioned the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to program electronic speed limiters to 65 miles per hour for all large trucks back in 2006. The government finally said it would move ahead…

Truck Driving in Georgia

Nicknamed The Peach State, Georgia is a popular place to drive through while transporting goods across the southeastern U.S. If you find yourself stopped in Georgia between truck driving deliveries, fill your downtime with some of the state’s top attractions. Places to See While Truck Driving in Georgia Stone Mountain Park: As the most popular…