Regional trucking is a rewarding career. Why? Because you’re working almost fully locally. You have more control over your schedule and the personal relationships you cherish won’t suffer because you won’t be at the steering wheel for days at a time.
But what makes Utah so special to drive in, locally or otherwise? There are lots of reasons. If you’re local to one of the fine cities in this incredibly gorgeous state, then you may already be aware of just how great a road trip can be – but why not get paid to do it?
Let’s take a look at the sights you’ll see while driving for Truline in Utah.
Logan, Utah is a city in the north-central part of the state. It is the county seat of Cache County, and it is located just north of Logan Canyon. The population was 52,778 in the 2020 consensus – a growth that has almost doubled since 2010. Logan is close to the home of Bear Lake State Park (52 miles down the I-89) which has pristine blue waters and lush green mountains as its backdrop. There’s no missing it while en route.
Park City is a picturesque mountain town located in the Wasatch Range of the Rocky Mountains. With a small population of 8,457 (2020 consensus), Park City is about a three-hour drive from Salt Lake City and about a two-hour drive from Provo. The town offers an array of activities for visitors to enjoy, including golfing, skiing, snowboarding, hiking, biking, fishing and shopping.
Park City has been ranked among the top 10 ski resorts in North America (in fact, it’s nestled safely at number three). The Park City area offers plenty of sights to see, from the natural beauty of the mountains to the artsy flair of downtown, including the Sun Dance Festival each year.
What else can you catch a glimpse of as a regional driver with Truline?
Canyonlands National Park is an American national park located in southeastern Utah near the town of Moab. It preserves a colorful landscape eroded into countless canyons and mesas by the Colorado River, the Green River, and their tributaries.
The Arches National Park contains over 2,000 natural sandstone arches – including one of the world’s largest known arches – as well as a variety of unique geological structures such as bridges, fins, pinnacles and balanced rocks. Canyonlands is home to some of the most ruggedly spectacular scenery on earth with immense plateaus that seem to touch the sky and deep canyons that expose intricate layers of rock from millions of years ago.
Whatever destinations you get to see while driving for Truline, the best reward is being able to make it home most nights. Our best-in-class trucks make driving easy and comfortable, so you may not even want to go home. How does it feel to be a regional truck driver with Truline and what does it take to succeed? Take a look at our open opportunities today!