Truck Driver Helper Interview Questions and Answers

Updated on: June 13, 2018

There was a time when interviews were looked forward to.

Most interviewees now dread the process. True, it has become a bit unpredictable. What needs to be done in this situation?

It is essential to prepare for an interview in advance so that you know most of what to expect during the process.

Here is a set of interview questions and answers to help you:

 

 

Truck Driver Helper Interview Questions and Answers

How do you feel about working in a truck driver helper position?
I believe that I am on the right path to achieve my professional goals, and working as a truck driver helper is the perfect place to start. I am quite excited about the work.

What duties do you think you will be expected to perform when working as a truck driver helper?
As a truck driver helper, I expect to assist truck drivers in loading and unloading merchandise, and safely securing it, perform navigation and map routing activities, ensure that traffic hazards are timely communicated to drivers, and that any repair and maintenance issues are handled, to ensure that assigned trucks remain in good working order. In addition to this, I expect to be performing delivery work and ensuring that paperwork is signed, and returned to the company, as instructed.

Speaking of repair and maintenance, how well-versed are you in managing it?
I can perform most minor repairs on trucks and can handle maintenance work. This includes oil changes, detailing, and engine tune-ups.

How do you feel about working in a position that requires you to stay on the road most of the day?
I don’t mind being on the roads most of my day. In fact, I want to work outdoors, which is one of the prime reasons I chose to work as a truck driver helper in the first place.

What has been your most harrowing experience in this role?
The truck that I was assigned to was in an accident recently, which resulted in me getting quite severely hurt. The driver had taken a wrong turn, despite me telling him to go the other way, resulting in the truck falling into a ditch. I believe that this was the most harrowing experience I have had over the years that I have worked as a truck driver helper.

What are your plans for the future, professionally speaking?
I am still learning the ropes at this time, and would eventually like to train and work as a truck driver.