Straight Truck Jobs in Templeton, CA

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Demographic Data for Templeton, CA

Moving to Templeton, CA? Find some basic demographic data about Templeton, CA below.


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Straight Truck Online Courses and Training Opportunities

18 Wheel & Straight Truck Security Inspection Procedures V2.6 Course

Every year, during the first week of June and usually on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, the CVSA (Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance) holds the annual sting operation code named Roadcheck....


How To Become a Truck Driver
Lets talk about the money, most truck drivers can expect to earn $30,000-$40,000 in their 1st year. I know some drivers who work as Solo drivers and decide to give up their apartments so they can...

Pallet Truck Safety Course

Operating a pallet truck is different than operating a forklift or other industrial truck. Take this course to learn how you can help eliminate or reduce injuries and incidents associated with...


Salary for Straight Truck Jobs in Templeton, CA

Estimated salary range based on data from US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and iHireTransportation research efforts.

Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Straight Truck positions.


Highest Education Level

Straight Trucks in Templeton, CA offer the following education background
  • High School or GED (44.9%)
  • Vocational Degree or Certification (25.6%)
  • Associate's Degree (11.6%)
  • Bachelor's Degree (10.0%)
  • Master's Degree (3.6%)
  • Some College (2.9%)
  • Some High School (1.4%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Straight Trucks in Templeton, CA
  • None (39.3%)
  • 1-2 years (31.7%)
  • Less than 1 year (29.0%)

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Interstate vs. Local Trucking: What You Need to Cross State Lines

Truckers are not required to obtain a federal commercial driver's license (they don't exist), but there are laws and regulations every driver — regardless of the state in which they are licensed — must know about crossing state lines in a truck.