Alabama Reefer truck driving jobs aka reefer trucks; require drivers to transport food items that are perishable. Reefer trucks use a cooling system of either ice chilling, dry-ice (carbon dioxide), or are run by a refrigerator system. There were approximately 5.5 million of these types of trucks on the road reportedly in 2012. However, as the population increases the demand for these careers grow as well. These types of trucks generally require further distances to travel than other types of commercial vehicles. Also, there is a high level of responsibility that comes with the territory in a job driving reefer trucks so typically salaries are larger than some other types of trucking jobs, too.
Run all 48 states
Flexible Home Time
.38 a mile starting pay up to .45 a mile
3000 miles a week
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