Nevada Trucking Jobs

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You can find many trucking jobs in Nevada. Whether you want to work in Las Vegas, Reno or somewhere else in the state, there is no shortage of trucking jobs for qualified individuals.

Salary and Career Outlook

The salary for a trucker in Nevada, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics averages $45,650. This is higher than the average in the country by several thousand dollars. You may even be able to make more with more experience and within the industry that you choose to drive within.  There are roughly 8700 drivers employed in heavy hauling throughout the state

The BLS cites that there is 21 percent growth scheduled over the next 10 years for the trucking industry. With this level of growth, it means more stability, especially for those with clean driving records and the experience behind a big rig.

When you are looking at trucking jobs in Nevada, you can choose from many industries including general trucking, conference set-up equipment, tourism, fuel and oil and many others. Each industry has a considerable amount of benefits, though every industry will have something different to consider.

Benefits of a Trucking Career

One of the main benefits to a trucking career anywhere in the country is that all you need is a CDL to get started. You don’t need a four-year degree and you don’t need a lot of on-the-job training, if any. This means that you can avoid student loan debt and simply get started on your career in a shorter period of time.

Another benefit of a trucking career is the opportunity to earn a considerable amount of money. You get to choose the industry you drive in. You can take on HAZMAT to increase your earnings, get more endorsements to increase your opportunities for employment and much more.

Every trucking job in Nevada is a little different. Research your options, explore what employers have to offer and then pursue your career.

Important Laws and Regulations

Throughout Nevada, there are anti-idling laws of five minutes. The fees are relatively low; however, in Las Vegas and throughout Clark County, if found idling for more than five minutes, the penalty fees are considerably higher than in the rest of the state.

When you are driving in the winter, you need to acknowledge the rules in regards to snow tires and chains. Studded tires are authorized for use during October 1 through April 30. Front wheel drive trucks must have chains on the front axle. Trailers must be chained when there is snow on the roads. If it’s a semitrailer, only one set of chains is necessary.

It’s also critical for you to follow DOT regulations. This means you cannot drive more than 11 hours behind the wheel at a time. You can also not drive more than 70 hours in an 8 day period. Once you are off for 34 hours consecutively, your week will reset.

View Truck Driving Schools in Nevada near you.

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