Also known as the Empire State, New York is recognized mostly for the downstate area encompassing New York City and its outlying counties
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Take a trip along the New York State Thruway from Albany out to Jamestown, and you’ll quickly discover that the state has plenty of wide open spaces and rural areas.
So much so that many new truck drivers who go to New York for the first time are surprised by how open it is.
The New York metropolitan area is obviously a bustling center of business, culture, entertainment, and politics. Moving north, the Adirondack region is exceptionally beautiful and definitively rural. The center of New York is home to the Finger Lakes region and well-known cities such as Syracuse and Binghamton. And to the west, you will find Buffalo, Rochester, and the world-famous Niagara Falls.
Tying everything together in New York is a logistics industry more than capable of moving freight in, around, and out of the state. The portion of I-90 running through New York, known as the New York State Thruway, is considered one of the finest and best-maintained toll roads in the country. It makes traversing the state fast and easy. It is no wonder the trucking industry relies so heavily on the Thruway.
We offer new and inexperienced drivers an opportunity to train through our driving school partners in New York.
Every driver who completes our training program is automatically eligible for hire by C.R. England as long as our additional hiring requirements are met.
Considering a truck driving career in New York? You are not alone, driving a truck would put you in the company of 55,000 New Yorkers who spend their days behind the wheel.