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Trucking Forecast Looks Promising for 2019

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The U.S. economy enjoyed robust growth in 2018, exceeding the expectations of many experts. And it was the determined American truck driver that kept goods and materials moving. Prosperity in manufacturing, import-export, and other sectors meant growth for truckers as well throughout the trucking industry. The demand for freight deliveries, coupled with a driver shortage,…

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The Benefits of Pursuing a Career in Trucking and How SWTDT Can Help

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Have you thought of pursuing a trucking career? Maybe you’re looking for a second career after retiring, or you want to find a new career that offers good job security. There’s a big need for qualified truck drivers, and if you’re ready to prepare to take on a stable, well-paying job that offers a lot…

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What to Expect with Class B CDL Training in the Southwest US

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As you pursue a career in the truck driving industry, the first step you must take is to get your commercial driver’s license. Until you have a CDL, you are not eligible to start working as a truck driver in the US. Here at Southwest Truck Driver Training in Arizona and Nevada, we provide Class…

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Earn RV Training Certification and Safely Enjoy the Open Road

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More and more Americans are shifting away from traditional vacations by buying an RV and hitting the open road. Recreational vehicle sales increased by more than 17 percent in 2017, according to the RV Industry Association. That trend continues to grow as the freedom of the open road calls retiring Baby Boomers and Millennials, among…

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How to Excel as a Local Delivery Truck Driver

Do you want to start a trucking career as a top paid truck driver, but you want to be home every night? Take the route of a local truck driver. All you need to start your career as a local truck driver is a Class B commercial driver’s license. Here at Southwest Truck Driver Training,…

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How to Start a Trucking Company

Before you start a trucking company, you’ll have a lot of research to do. Not only do you have to research the administrative side to learn what entity you want to use, but you have to decide if you want to work as an owner/operator or if you want to start a large trucking company…

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Las Vegas is the Ideal Place to Begin a Truck Driving Career

Anyone who has ever considered a trucking career should know that the current market for truck driving professionals is on an upswing. Not only are salaries above the national average, but jobs are plentiful for those who want to earn a substantial income and live the “truck driving life.” Future truck drivers seeking employment in…

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Steps to Getting a Class A CDL

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A Class A CDL allows you to drive a combination vehicle, tractor and trailer, if the trailer’s GVWR is over 10,000 pounds. With a Class A CDL, you qualify to drive for companies — locally, regionally or nationally — that provide over-the-road trips. In some states, CDL driving school may not be mandatory to pass…

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Phoenix man grows father’s Southwest Truck Driver Training business

Sean Williams, SWTDT president

Southwest Truck Driver Training  President Sean Williams’ admits he got a foot in the family business because his dad ran the company. But the road to the top was far from cushy. He worked summers washing trucks. At 21, he did every small task that came with an entry-level position. Two years later, Williams was asked to…

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