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Career questions - Truck Driver

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by jasonm420, Oct 19, 2014.

  1. I'm close to graduating and I have been thinking about traveling a lot. I want to go out and see all the small towns and experience all the different climates and terrains. I feel confident a career in trucking would benefit me more than any other job. I have a strong passion for cruising behind the wheel, and I'm always alert and focused. I would like to know the requirements for beginning a career in trucking. Also if there are any job positions I would be happy to contact you. 

  2. #2 steven688, Oct 20, 2014
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    Well, I can almost guarantee any trucking company will make you take a drug test since you are responsible for hauling loads that are valuable to them.

    There is plenty of info about trucking schools on the internet, they are similar to colleges. Research getting your CDL (Commercial Drivers License) if you live in the US.

    I don't know what this has to do with Cannabis, but hopefully I have you some help. Good luck!

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  3. If you have a CDL, You'll be required to get randomly tested. It is required by every trucking company, and the trucking companies are required to do it by federal law so they will do random tests.
  4. I've heard trucking isn't as great as it sounds... Mostly just highways with nothing to see

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  5. If you can pass a drug test ,have your CDLs ,haven't been convicted of a felony in the past seven years ,and you're available to be gone for weeks at a time I'm pretty sure you qualify for a career in truck driving but I'm no trucker so if I were you I'd do a little research.

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