Jobs driving reefer trucks in Georgia haul perishable food in vehicles also known as “refrigerator trucks.” These types of refrigerator trucks can be cooled with the help of refrigerated systems, ice chilling, or by use of dry-ice (carbon dioxide as the cooling agent.) In 2012, there were already about 5.5 million reefer trucks in use and as the population grows, the need for this driver does as well to transport greater quantities of food. Careers operating reefer trucks require a greater deal of responsibility than some other commercial driving positions. But, because of the demanding nature of the job, salaries are typically higher than those of jobs driving other types of trucks professionally.
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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