There are trucking companies that specialize in flat bed loads and then there are trucking companies that have a variety of freight that they haul flatbed being one of them.
If you are just starting your career and you know that you want to pull flatbed, go to trucking companies that already have flat bed trailers so that you can get continuous experience at the same trucking company. Also, many of both types of trucking companies will start you off as a flatbed driver.
You don't have to know what to do, they will train you.
Keith Talks About Pulling Flatbeds
Remember, building trucking experience at the same company will look better on your work record to make you desirable for the
high paying trucking jobs.
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