The trucking industry of South Carolina sends truckers all over the state, throughout the East Coast, and even all over the United States. If you want to become a local truck driver or over-the-road driver, you can get started by completing a truck driving program.
You should first consider what type of driver's license you want to earn. A Class A driver's license may permit you to drive trucks of all weights and sizes, including straight trucks and tractor-trailers. A Class B driver's license can allow you to drive straight trucks of smaller weights and sizes. Programs range from one to three weeks at United States Truck Driving School in Spartanburg.
This mid-sized city, which is home to over 37,000 people, has a fairly low cost of living. I-85 Business and U.S. Route 176 go through Spartanburg. Belue Trucking, Swing Transport, and Express Unlimited are major local employers.