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Sample Truck Driver Resume

For many industries, resumes are one of the most important elements in the job application process. Resumes set individuals apart and can be the sole factor in getting an interview. Resumes have the unique ability to capture the attention of recruiting authorities, and the trucking industry is no different.

If you’re a trucker looking for a new job, always make sure your resume is up to date and accurate. Follow this truck driver resume as a sample.


Joshua Grayton
15062 Warren Avenue
Springfield, MI 48923

Seeking the position of  a truck driver in a leading firm where I am able to implement my knowledge and experience in the transporting and delivering of goods, and in driving various types of trucks.


  • Exceptional map reading skills
  • Familiarity with federal and state transportation laws and regulations
  • In-depth knowledge of DOT regulations
  • Experience in loading, unloading, hooking, and maintenance
  • Knowledge of the performance of various types of trucks
  • Excellent communication, writing, and organizational skills
  • Willingness to operate on weekends and holidays

Work Experience:
Truck Driver, March 2014 – Present
ABL Trucking Unlimited – Springfield, MI

  • Provide communication between the warehouse and customers
  • Perform daily inspections pre- and post-trip with required documentation
  • Load and unload cargo and goods using forklift trucks or manually
  • Complete routine maintenance on vehicles and auxiliary equipment
  • Obtain authorizations from the receivers and shippers and assessing the invoices

Truck Driver, February 2012 – March 2014
360 Transportation – Springfield, MI

  • Update work-log daily and track all deliveries
  • Drive semi-trailer trucks to transport goods, materials, spare parts, and other commodities
  • Obey traffic laws, and followed established traffic and transportation procedures
  • Secure cargo against inclement weather, pilferage and damage
  • Design itineraries that ensure timely delivery of the commodities

Truck Driver, October 2010 – January 2012
Hunter Logistics – Springfield, MI

  • Look after the maintenance of all trucks by making regular maintenance schedules
  • Perform deliveries throughout greater Detroit metropolitan area
  • Present bills and receipts and collect payments for all goods delivered or loaded
  • Follow company procedures, safety regulations, and traffic laws
  • Position lifting devices under, over, or around loaded pallets, skids, and boxes

Class A Tractor/Trailer Operator Program, Great Lakes Trucking School – 2010
High School Diploma, Lincoln High School – 2008

CDL Class A, N & X Endorsements