Safe Trucking - is our VALUE

Safety is #1 Priority

Safety is the number one priority

Our goal at USA Transport Group is to provide our customers with the highest quality, the safest and the most efficient service in the transportation industry. Our goal is to be recognized as the standard bearer of safety and quality by our customers as well as our competitors. All services we provide will be designed to meet or exceed the needs and expectations of our customers.

Hiring Process:

  • Driver Documents Verification
  • Driving Experience Verification
  • Safety Trainings and Policy
  • Driving Skills and Vehicle Inspection
  • First Load

Safety trainings step by step

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    Vehicle Inspection

    Every truck is properly inspected in our shops or any authorised shops on the road. 

  • Accidents

    Inadequate training of truck drivers can lead to serious unsafe conditions on the roadway.

  • Cargo Securement

    We train our drivers a professional cargo to prevent articles from shifting on or within, or falling from commercial trucks.

  • Hours of Service

    Every driver needs to know the new regulations about Hours of Service and be able to manage his driving time.

  • Aggressive Driving Prevention

    Taking a defensive driving course could help you stay safer on the road.

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Our company policy includes pre–employment and annual safety trainings for our drivers. Also, all of our new drivers are skill tested to verify they can operate the truck in a safe manner.

  • Perform Safety Inspection for truck brakes and tires. Also, inspect the load to be perfectly balanced and securely placed in the right place
  • Drive defensively to enhance the chances of safety for you and others on the road, while meeting unfocused drivers, sudden road accidents and drivers who have less experience
  • Use 3 points of your body when driving. These 3 points are your 2 hands and 1 foot or 2 feet and 1 hand. Always keep these points in contact with the equipment to drive safely
  • Stop distracted driving due to tech gadgets such as mobile devices and other electronic devices. Texting is a common driving distraction that results in crashes, severe accidents and deadly incidents
  • Leave sufficient space for safe stopping by assuring that you have 7 to 10 seconds to stop your truck. Utilize signal and brake for safe stopping
  • Ensure School and Work Zone Safety as more than 10% truck crushes occurred in working zone. Sudden stops, lane shifts, confused vehicles, moving workers and many hazardous things can hamper your regular driving
  • Follow Road Safety Laws. Generally, the speed limit is 62 mph and you should not travel more than the mentioned speed. Each state comes with local laws and a truck driver should obey them properly for road safety
  • Keep the headlights clear to ensure safe driving at night
  • Wear Seatbelts. Every year, about 40% of injuries occur due to driving trucks without wearing seatbelts