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Peter Torres
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A licence.. Good sense of direction and common sense

A licence.. Good sense of direction and common sense

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Jason Bohinski

well for starters you need to figure out what type of license and endorsements you will need first of all. Then find a secretary of state office or DMV get the booklet for your type of License & Endorsements read and reread the booklet also you will need to rent a truck if your going to get a class A or B

well for starters you need to figure out what type of license and endorsements you will need first of all. Then find a secretary of state office or DMV get the booklet for your type of License & Endorsements read and reread the booklet also you will need to rent a truck if your going to get a class A or B

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Mike Vincent

Top 10 Rules for being a delivery driver.

  1. Have a clean drivers license.

  2. Time management skills.

  3. A strong work ethic.

  4. Common sense on the road is crucial.

  5. Be a team player.

  6. Have the ability to adapt to changes both on your route and on the road.

  7. Be prepared to sacrifice your lunch breaks, & plans of leaving early.

  8. No complaining!

  9. Drive like your drivers ed or DMV instructor is watching you. -All it takes is one mistake on your part. For someone to call in and report you to your manager from the road.

  10. Remember that you’re representing the company you work for. So, be respectful of & to others.

Top 10 Rules for being a delivery driver.

  1. Have a clean drivers license.

  2. Time management skills.

  3. A strong work ethic.

  4. Common sense on the road is crucial.

  5. Be a team player.

  6. Have the ability to adapt to changes both on your route and on the road.

  7. Be prepared to sacrifice your lunch breaks, & plans of leaving early.

  8. No complaining!

  9. Drive like your drivers ed or DMV instructor is watching you. -All it takes is one mistake on your part. For someone to call in and report you to your manager from the road.

  10. Remember that you’re representing the company you work for. So, be respectful of & to others.

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Edgbert Felix

I study accounting

I study accounting

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Paul Kim

Do the vehicle safety inspections both pre and post. Keep the traffic rules as a defensive driver for you and the other drivers on the roads. Follow Supervisor's delivery and pick-up return process. Show the good image of company to the customers as you perform professional customer services.

Do the vehicle safety inspections both pre and post. Keep the traffic rules as a defensive driver for you and the other drivers on the roads. Follow Supervisor's delivery and pick-up return process. Show the good image of company to the customers as you perform professional customer services.

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