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Include These CDL Driver Skills
- Transportation and delivery of goods
- Cargo and vehicle safety
- Loading and unloading
- Freightliner and freight truck expertise
- Mechanical and safety inspections
- Customer service
- Deadline compliance
- Daily logging and records
Please find below a cover letter for a CDL driver mentioning comparable experience and qualifications.
Dear Ms. King:
Upon learning of your posting for a CDL driver, I quickly decided to submit my resume for your review. With my background in commercial goods transportation and delivery, combined with my excellent communication and time management skills, I feel confident that I would significantly benefit your company.
From loading/unloading goods and maintaining a safe driving record to minimizing loss/damage and interfacing professionally with customers, I have proven my ability to transport and deliver commercial goods in a safe and timely manner. With extensive experience as a CDL driver with Swanson International for the past 13 years, I stand ready to make a strong contribution and positively impact your team.
Highlights of my background include the following:
Excelling as a CDL driver with Swanson International from 2004 to 2017, transporting commercial products and goods from distribution centers to supermarkets and other retail establishments
Keeping a steadfast commitment to safe driving and cargo security to ensure uninterrupted customer service and on-time, accurate deliveries
Identifying the shortest routes and overall total expected driving times to and from specified destinations
Inspecting all trucks for fuel and oil levels, spare parts, and other safety and mechanical functionality prior to and following trips; completing daily electronic logs
Holding a current Class A and Class B CDL driver’s license
With my experience and knowledge in commercial goods transportation and delivery, coupled with my reliable attendance record and my solid work ethic, I believe I could quickly surpass your expectations. I look forward to discussing the position in detail.
Thank you for your consideration.
Matthew E. Wasilewski