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Jennifer Raddatz

Jennifer is our safety director at K&J Trucking in Sioux Falls, SD.

Recent Posts

Trucking Jobs with K&J Trucking - We Are Hiring! October 1 2016

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Are you looking for a full-time or part-time trucking job? Trucking is a rewarding industry. Truckers are instrumental to the infrastructure of our country! If you want to join a work team that feels a whole lot more like a family, we want to talk to you. 

Are you looking for a full-time or part-time trucking job? Trucking is a rewarding industry. Truckers are instrumental to the infrastructure of our country! If you want to join a work team that feels a whole lot more like a family, we want to talk to you. 

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Are You Parking Wrong? 8 Tips for Trucking Jobs July 30 2016

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Parking a truck is difficult. Spots are hard to come by and you are manuvering a huge and expensive piece of equipment. Even the most seasoned owner operators can benefit from a refresher. Are you following these safety suggestions when you park? Check out these eight tips for safely parking as an owner operator. 

 

Parking a truck is difficult. Spots are hard to come by and you are manuvering a huge and expensive piece of equipment. Even the most seasoned owner operators can benefit from a refresher. Are you following these safety suggestions when you park? Check out these eight tips for safely parking as an owner operator. 

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Autonomous Truck Driving - is it here to stay? May 31 2016

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If you have been reading all the hype about autonomous truck driving and that the drivers are going to be outsourced to Siri or Gigit (that is what I named my phone assistant) hold on to your log books, chains, and fuel cards. I have a bit of insight from my Eyesight on my newly purchased Subaru.  

If you have been reading all the hype about autonomous truck driving and that the drivers are going to be outsourced to Siri or Gigit (that is what I named my phone assistant) hold on to your log books, chains, and fuel cards. I have a bit of insight from my Eyesight on my newly purchased Subaru.  

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