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Most types of professional drivers start out their careers by hauling dry van shipments. 'Dry Van' is a common nickname for the rectangular trailers hauled by semi-trucks. They normally are filled with dry, easy-to-transport goods packaged in pallets or boxes. Those who drive van trailer are normally not required to upload the goods they've transported on their own.
Dry van trailers are fully enclosed boxes designed to transport a wide range of freight safely and securely. They can be used to haul almost any type of freight.
It takes a special type of truck driver to haul refrigerated freight. Because the goods that are being hauled have to stay at a certain temperature, some hauls will have a freezer shipping containers and the truck driver must be able to make a certain time and distance requirements.
While the trailer the haul is being transported in it's temperature controlled environment. The driver must still be cautious of quickly delivering the load to it's destination. Since the driver of a refrigerated truck must know how to successfully set and check the temperature of their trailer, they do get paid more than dry haulers do.
Flatbed hauling is another different type of trucking service that is often overlooked. Flatbed haulers carry dry products or machinery on there open-air trailer that may be too large or awkward to fit into a dry van trailer. The loads will often be irregularly shaped or oversized, making the trek to take them to their destination more difficult and require more skill and experience.
Flatbed hauler must be experts at tying down oddly shaped objects. Due to the risk involved in this sort of hauling, flatbed haulers often are paid more than dry van haulers.
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