6,000 - 7,000, if they don't have to sit around and wait for loads.
It's their hours on which the laws are based, not the distance they cover during their driving times.
The salary for a truck driver depends on how many miles you are driving and which company that you are driving for. A truck driver can make anywhere between $40,000 and up.
My old truck gets 11mpg, so I can go 11 miles.
In the US, commercial truck drivers cannot drive more than 11 hours in a 14 hours period. Also, the driver must have 10 consecutive hours of rest before driving again.
depends on how fast you drive.
In a Nascar Cup and Nationwide Series race there are 43 drivers. In a Nascar Truck Series race there are 36 starting drivers.
No, not all truck drivers belong to the Teamsters. There are many other semi truck driving companies as well as semi truck drivers that work for large retailers.
It is impossible to find the exact demographic of truck drivers to car drivers in Kentucky. However Kentucky does experience moderately cold winters and has lots of farm land so chances are high that there are many pick up truck drivers in Kentucky.
15 * 15 or 225 miles. This is if the fuel pump can get every last drop out of the tank !
There are many truck drivers that work for UPS. Each city employs at least ten different truck drivers, as many are needed in every area. One can apply at their local UPS store.
No firm is going to give you a new truck no matter how many miles you have travelled.
I'm saying 14 by car and 20 hours for a BIG truck drive time total ,its 1016 miles