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Starting times vary about every 15-30 minutes beginning at 0000 to 0200 A.M. & P.M. Shift is 1200 to 1400.

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Be yourself. Don't treat it like a question and answer type situation. Carry on a conversation with them. Don't try to sell your CDL skills and experience, instead sell your personality. Ask a lot of questions pertaining to the company about expansion, working days off, possibility of advancement within the company.

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The difference maybe apparatus or containment of product. Fuel is delivered from the tanks into the tanks into the ground. Transporter driver could be a designation of equipment to a site or a combonation of equipment and personal. Sometimes the words are used interchangeably.

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12 hour days

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Only when your rotation reaches that point.
If you work in a 4 days on 2 days off schedule, every week your days off would change by one day. Eg. You work Mon, Tues, Wed, Thu. Off Fri, Sat. Then you work Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed. Day Off Thu, Fri. As you can see eventually you will have a couple of weekends off. Hope this helps.

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No to easy because they lie.

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I would assume it's both. They are not a driving school. They will train you on hauling fuel as well as company policies and procedures.

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If they dont take care better of drivers will be bad

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Yes. Cameras in every truck and they monitor your speed and know where you are at every second youre there.

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