Solo Class A truck drivers home weekly western 11 dry van

Solo class A CDL truck drivers are needed to haul 53 foot dry van freight in the western 11 states. Driver Pay is between .33 to .47 a mile based on verifiable experience and there is also a 0.04 cpm bonus potential. Drivers can be home either weekly or out 10 to 14 days. Drivers need 6 months of OTR experience to qualify for this position. This position comes with full benefits.
Additional Mileage and accessorial pay plus potential of 0.04 cpm
Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance (starts at 90 days upon hire).
Flexible Spending Account
401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with company match
Paid Vacation
Paid on Practical miles / not "shortest" miles!
98% No Touch Freight
Paid Detention, Lumpers
Escalating Stop Pay, Short Haul Pay
Tuition Reimbursement
Paid Orientation in Rancho Cucamonga CA or Pacific WA(3 days)
Late model trucks
Company has been in business since 1946
Minimum 6 months of recent class A OTR driving experience
No accidents
No drug charges
No DUI's in last 5 years, one in a lifetime
No felonies
Clean driving record
No recent termination from last employer due to unsafe driving
559-348-8001 office
559-465-1415 fax

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