A driver is continuously balancing three main tasks: control, guidance, and navigation. Control refers to all activities involved in the driver's interaction with the vehicle. The driver receives control information from the vehicle's displays, from the "feel" of the vehicle, and from the roadway.
How to write a driving CV
Gather necessary information.
Gather the information you intend to include on your CV. ...
Add your contact information.
At the top of your CV, include your contact information. ...
Include a summary or objective. ...
List your previous work experience. ...
Add a section for education. ...
Finish with optional sections.
Map out driving routes ahead of time to determine the most expedient trip.
Pick up staff/partners from the place and at the time they've requested.
Collect payments and issue receipts.
Assist staff/partners with loading and unloading their luggage.
Below are examples of common driving skills many hiring managers may search for when looking for candidates.
Strong driving record.
Basic maintenance knowledge.
Physical fitness and strength.
Efficiency and time-management.