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Most dump trucks have an open-box bed and operate by hydraulic lifts in the front that lift the bed and dump the contents rearward. They are used to haul anything from construction material, waste, aggregate, and dirt.

Common Types Of Dump Trucks

  • Standard: They have a chassis with a mounted bed. The front of the body contains a vertical hydraulic ram that raises the bed tipping the contents out.

  • Side: They have the fastest unloading capacity because of their side dumping mechanism. Side dump trucks are ideal for moving and dumping large amounts of material.

  • Transfer: It is the same as a standard dump truck, but it pulls a moveable cargo container on a trailer.

  • Off-Highway: These dump trucks are used for heavy equipment jobs like mining and heavy dirt hauling.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Used dump trucks cost between $25,000 - $40,000. Heavy construction dump trucks can cost up to $250,000.

  • Dump truck manufacturers include Mack, Peterbilt, Volvo, Freightliner, and Kenworth.

  • Dump trucks are used to haul materials to and from construction sites and natural disaster sites, usually landfills.

  • The average standard dump truck weighs 26,193 lbs. Off-highway dump trucks weigh on average 53,000 lbs.

  • The main operations of a dump truck are driving, loading, and unloading (dumping). It’s harder to decelerate a dump truck when carrying a full load. When dumping loads, you want to be fully aware of your surroundings, have the truck in park, and be mindful of the slope and surface you’re dumping on.

  • When buying a used dump truck, be aware of the engine, electrical elements, hydraulic system, brakes, and dump system.

  • With new equipment, you get the comfort of knowing that all of its parts are brand new and backed by a manufacturer warranty. You can’t get the same guarantee from a used dump truck, but you can get peace of mind from a full inspection report from your dealer.

  • Dump truck companies pay drivers on average $15.57 per hour with a median salary of $41,000/year.

  • Dump truck drivers are in high demand nationwide for work at construction sites. A Class B CDL is required for dump truck drivers nationwide. You must also have a valid medical examination, a clean driver's record, and a high school diploma or GED.