The World of OTR Trucking
The trucking world offers many different options for trucking with many different sizess of trucks carrying many different types of loads. Here at Armada Trucking we feature OTR driving jobs meaning on the road or over the road. There are advantages and disadvantage to OTR trucking and were here to help you decide whether this is the best trucking job for you.
If you're familiar with the term,you know that on the road trucking usually requires you to be on the road for weeks to months. This is great for anyone who likes to get away for longer periods of time, someone who might not have many people to come back to, or anyone looking for a different career path. In this case being on the road for months may be quite an adventure because you get to see many different things, and meet many different people, building your own memories you can look back on later. If on the road trucking sounds pretty cool but the months on the road don't sound as appealing, there are other companies such as here at Armada Trucking where we don't put our drivers on the road for more than 2 to 5 days in a row. This allows you to experience the on the road trucking world and the adventure associated with it without having to be on the road for such a long period of time.
When working as an on the road driver, you usually have to reach your destination, then either wait for your load to be unloaded it or unload it yourself, then wait for the new load to be attached before taking off to your next destination. This may not be a big deal for most, but it might be a nuisance to others since it
may take up extra time. At Armada, we operate with drop and hook trucking. This means you simply arrive at your destination, drop your cargo, and hook a new one right away. Often times this involves little interaction with others and makes for a much faster delivery.
If these were some of your misconceptions about the trucking world, know that there are always options. Explore drop and hook trucking with Armada Trucking Group today!