Truck Driving Jobs in New Mexico

The romance of Route 66 helped make travel through New Mexico a cultural phenomenon only equaled by the state's major import — ALIENS near Roswell. But a trucker, you might transport a much needed commodity — WATER! Imagine driving through the desert knowing you have a trailer-load of water behind you. You may be tempted to open the hatch and take a quick dip. But remember, "NO SWIMMING ALLOWED!" If the idea of living in "The Land of Enchantment" intrigues you, CLICK HERE for details on New Mexico's trucking industry.

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Truck Driving Jobs in New Mexico

The romance of Route 66 helped make travel through New Mexico a cultural phenomenon only equaled by the state's major import — ALIENS near Roswell. But a trucker, you might transport a much needed commodity — WATER! Imagine driving through the desert knowing you have a trailer-load of water behind you. You may be tempted to open the hatch and take a quick dip. But remember, "NO SWIMMING ALLOWED!" If the idea of living in "The Land of Enchantment" intrigues you, CLICK HERE for details on New Mexico's trucking industry.

About Trucking Industry in New Mexico

Geographic Advantages
New Mexico is situated in the southwest U.S. between Arizona and Texas and has entry points to Mexico. Trucker driver jobs that haul freight coast-to-coast and internationally require frequent travel through New Mexico.

Bordering State/Countries
New Mexico is the southeasternmost of the four corners states, meaning it border Colorado, Utah, and Arizona. To the east, it is bordered by Texas and to the south by Mexico.

Products Moved by Trucks
Whether they are exported out of state, out of the country, or simply remain in the state for use in-state, according to the latest data from World’s Top Exports, the following are the primary products moved by truck drivers and offering truck driving jobs to those calling New Mexico home:
• Computer parts and accessories
• Integrated circuits (processors/controllers)
• Bombs, grenades, torpedoes, mines, missiles
• Medical, dental, veterinarian instruments
• Radar apparatus
• Computer data storage units
• Petroleum gases
• Chemical elements for use in electronics
• Modems, similar reception/transmission devices
• Miscellaneous plastic articles

New Mexico's Highways
New Mexico contains interstates providing access in all directions. These interstates consist of 1,000 miles, while New Mexico’s public roadway systems total 161,000 lane-miles. Interstates within New Mexico are as follows:
• I-10 between Texas to Arizona state lines
• I-25 from Las Cruces to Colorado state line
• I-40 from Texas to Arizona state line

For more information on New Mexico and its truck driver jobs, visit nmtrucking.org.

So, if you are looking for a local, regional or OTR truck driving job in New Mexico, it is likely you will find a variety of truck driving jobs on TheTrucker.com that match your qualifications. TheTrucker.com’s truck driving jobs and robust truck driving jobs resources can assist you in finding the best truck driving jobs that fits your CDL experience, qualification and skill set.