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Trucker salary – Going up or down?

Trucker salary numbers have seen some ups and downs, and recent dynamics in the industry made it go on a mini rollercoaster. So what can you as a truck driver looking for a better salary make of it?

What can you expect, if you were out looking for a new position right now? Did the changes in the economy and the industry make an impact on the price of your labor?

We discuss all these topics today.


The current state of the market

As of today, the average trucker’s salary is a bit lower on average when compared to what it was 2 years ago. The drop in the supply of loads for all types of trailers took its toll on every segment of the industry, and trucker salary is no exception.

This month alone a couple of companies have already shut down, from small and family-owned all the way to large companies. Around 5000 drivers have lost their jobs due to shutdowns of various companies in the past month.

Even though there are a lot of claims that certain policies made the freight market plummet, others argue that it’s just the aftermath of bad decision making of companies that have shut down.

The truth is, as most of the time, somewhere in between. Even though the freight market has slowed down a little bit, the situation is not as fatal as some claim. The market changes daily and claiming that doomsday is just around the corner based on a few bad months, is not that realistic, although it should be a warning. The business strategy of carriers has the biggest impact on the trucker salary. They do adjust it according to the state of the market, but that’s not the main determinant.

Average trucker salary today

According to indeed.com salary submissions, the average trucker salary is around $1,106.00 per week as of 09.08.2019.

Even though we’ve seen decent increases in trucker salary last year, due to truck driver shortage, brokers are lowering the rates to the amount of demand for freight accordingly.

With last year’s jump in the freight market, a lot of companies bought extra trucks believing that the expansion will continue at the same rate.

Since the market slowed down, carriers were left with those trucks without the freight to haul. This gives the brokers space to bring the rates down because there are more trucks than loads.

Lower rates lead to lower trucker salary, depending on the size and capability of the carrier.

What would be the best move for a trucker looking for a driving position?

The best advice for the trucker looking for a new company driver position, and owner operator as well, is to get the most out of his time and truck. Do business only with the best paying carriers, which is still Strong Group USA.

Despite the slowdown of the freight market, we still are doing great, and we can afford to pay our Flatbed drivers 0.70 CPM, and our  Dry Van drivers 0.60 CPM.

As for owner operators, 88% of the load gross goes towards them.

Strong Group was, and still is, the fastest-growing carrier in the US, our pay rates do the talking for us.

Make more money with us, apply today!

trucker equipment

Trucker Equipment

Trucker equipment is one of the most important factors for a trucker looking for a job, right after the payment, and since truck drivers average salary is going up, the equipment is more in the focus at the moment.

When we say “trucker equipment” we don’t only mean what kind of trucks and trailers does the company offer, but also in-cab accessories that we know truckers appreciate deeply.

Trucker equipment you can expect with Strong Group

Trucker safety and wellbeing is our priority, so we pay special attention when purchasing when purchasing our trucks and trailers.

We choose only the safest and top quality trucks and trailers. Currently, we aim to refresh our fleet every quarter of the year as much as we can, that’s why we already bought the newest 2020 Volvos for our best drivers!

Our fleet consists of Volvos 670, 760 and 860, Peterbilts 579, Freightliners Cascadia, and Internationals Lonestar and Prostar all 2014-2020. Currently, we’re on a mission for our fleet to consist mostly of brand new trucks.

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Most of our trucks are Volvos because they are one of the most reliable and quality built trucks in the market. From the experience we had so far, Volvo trucks have proven to be one of the best ones out there, and they will remain our 1st choice until some other brand steps up their game.

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Photo: http://www.peterbilt-truck.com/listings/2019-peterbilt-579-stk-638892/

Of course, we had to include Peterbilt in our fleet. Peterbilt is one of America’s most trusty brands that is loved by many drivers. If Peterbilt is your truck of choice, you will have the opportunity to get one when you start working with us.

Best accessories for your truck

All of our trucks come standard with a 2000W inverter and a fridge. Some of the trucks have a TV and a microwave. What’s convenient for our drivers is that they can buy whatever accessory they need and we reimburse 50% of the price!

This means you can virtually buy anything and upgrade your cab space and you will only pay half the price!

Any of the best and most useful accessories can be yours, all you need to ask.

Some of the accessories our drivers usually pick are:

  • Digital TV/DVD Combo 13.3 inch Flat Panels
  • Microwaves
  • 32″ Televisions
  • PlayStations
  • XBoxes
  • Air fresheners
  • WiFi Hot-Stop devices

This is not a list from which you can pick the accessory of your choosing, you can buy whatever you think will make your driving more enjoyable! We’re here to make all of our drivers enjoy their driving experience, a happy driver makes a happy company!

As you can tell, we’re serious about trucker equipment, if so are you, and you’re looking for a truck driving position, give us a call or apply here.

 

dry van freight rates

Dry Van Freight Rates – The Time is Now

Dry Van freight rates have seen lows throughout the summer (Jun, July, August) of 2019, but they have started going up in the first week of September.

As a matter of fact, they are higher than the previous 3-month average. Right now they are at $2.38.

It could be just a temporal jump, however, because most of these rates went up due to the news of hurricane Dorian so shipment urgency made the rates go up accordingly.

According to the DAT.com volume of loads for Dry Van went up by 8.2%.

Even though there is an increase in load-to-van ratio (more loads than trucks), the yearly ratio is still lower than it was at this time last year.

This may, and in some cases already has, resulted in carriers reducing the pay for company drivers. Until now you were able to find a company driver job with Dry Van freight rates going around 40-50 cents per mile.

This is why drivers are usually shocked when they apply to work with us and find out that we offer 60 cents per mile for our Dry Van division.

Things that impact Dry Van freight rates the most are:

  • Demand for Dry Van transportation
  • Number of active Dry Van trucks looking for freight
  • Fuel prices

As of the first week of September, the fuel prices went down for 0.4% compared to August, and they will probably go down a bit more in the coming period.

Even though fuel prices are constantly going down lately, it’s still not a big enough drop to keep the Dry Van freight rates where they are.

You probably saw a couple of companies even closing down due to Dry Van freight rates going down.

Now, you’re probably thinking how can we offer 60 cents per mile (70 cpm for Flatbed), which is the best pay for company drivers at the moment, while other companies are lowering their rates or even closing down?

We strongly believe that we can attract the top professionals with higher pay, and exactly because of that we have an expert team of dispatchers and drivers who work together and get the best paying loads in the country!

This is how we can afford to pay the best rates in the US and still make a profit. If this still sounds too good to be true and you think you won’t get enough miles with that rate, we have great news!

Our average driver does over 3,000 miles per week!

That’s around $2,000 going towards drivers every week! ALL MILES ARE PAID, EMPTY AND LOADED!

We’re constantly in demand, and always on the lookout for new drivers, if you have a clean MVR and at least 2 years of experience, our recruiters would be glad to hear from you!

Click here to give them a call, have a chat, and you might just score the best paying driver position in the country!

We run 35 states, we don’t go to the west coast and New York City. Depending on your location home time may vary, but 3 weeks is a minimum we require for a driver to be on the road unless you’re close to us, then we might manage 2 weeks out. We’re located in Homewood, IL, south of Chicago, where you can expect your orientation to be. Orientation is only half a day and you will be dispatched the same day! No time wasted!

So contact us, and let’s get those loads!

flatbed rates

Flatbed Rates – How do they hold up?

Flatbed rates are the reason why so many truck drivers want to transition from Dry Van to Flatbed.

While Flatbed drivers claim that you need some time to get the proper training to drive Flatbed and get those Flatbed rates, many are rushing and trying to apply for Flatbed driver positions.

What do Flatbed rates look like today?

As usual, Flatbed rates are higher than the ones you can get with Dry Van.

But, there are a few things that have a direct impact on Flatbed rates:

  1. The current state of the market and the industry
  2. The brokers
  3. Competitiveness of companies

At the time of writing, Flatbed rates average around 50 cents per mile for company drivers and contractors.

That rate may go up and down, depending on the company offering the position. Some pay as low as below 40 cents per mile, while others go as high as 70 cents per mile, you can check that here.

As drivers are getting more interested in Flatbed, the average salary for truck drivers changes due to changes in the industry itself.

What can you expect in the following time?

As the health of the market changes so do Flatbed rates. Right now the market is not in such good shape it was a couple of months ago, so it’s plausible that Flatbed rates will go down.

Some companies that aren’t doing so well already adjusted their rates according to the market. While Strong Group still maintains a 70 CPM rate.

It’s important to notice one small detail when asking about the company’s Flatbed rate. Many companies out there won’t pay you all the miles, but only the ones that you cover with the load.

So, if you’re an owner-operator, and the company offers you 60 CPM, but they only pay you the miles you covered loaded, while you still have to cover the expenses for fuel and other things while driving empty.

Around 40% of all miles are empty, so the companies that don’t pay the empty miles, leave you with a lot of expenses.

They don’t realize that not only fuel costs haven’t gone down, but your time has a price as well.

With the new fees that will be introduced in 2020 for drug and alcohol testing for carriers, rates could only go down.

Hopefully, newly introduced fees won’t impact the rates for truck drivers, because, in the end, both the driver and the company should be happy for the business to flourish.

Flatbed rates summary

Flatbed rates still look pretty good, although all rates are slightly going down it’s up to the companies to decide will they lower the pay rate for their drivers or keep it where it is.

We still pay $0.70 per mile for our Flatbed division and don’t plan on lowering it soon, because we still have a lot of freight to haul!

cdl class a jobs

CDL Class A Jobs – Available now!

CDL Class A jobs are available again!

We’re hiring OTR drivers for Dry Van and Flatbed.

We pay 60 CPM for Dry Van and 70 CPM for Flatbed.

Requirements:

  • CDL Class A
  • Clean MVR
  • At least 2 full years of experience

We offer the best rates in the US!

Truck drivers average salary is pocket change compared to what you can earn with us!

Home time depends on your home state.

Get in touch with our recruiters at: 855-787-6644

Right now we offer CDL Class A jobs in 48 states across the USA:

If you’re looking for OTR truck driving jobs, we got them for you!

Strong Group has built a STRONG relationship with each and every one of its drivers as they are the most important

part of our company, and we currently have more than 95% of our new drivers as walk-ins on a recommendation.

We’ve also started a shop 3 years ago where top experts in truck and trailer mechanics are serving more than 50

trucking companies, including ours.

Strong Group is a family-owned company known as one of the fastest-growing flatbed, and dry van carriers in Indiana.

Precisely these family values, in combination with respect and hard work, helped our company to achieve stellar success.

Operating for more than a decade, we have learned the value and importance of quality service.

Each and every delivery is made with the utmost safety in mind, and you can count on us to provide reliable, efficient and timely services, thus raising the industry bar with every passing month.

If you like what you hear, contact us, and let’s start making money together!

owner operator salary

Owner operator salary

Owner operator salary is the very first reason a company driver decides to become his boss.

There’s a lot of owner operator trucking jobs available today, and the demand is increasing by the day.

Along with the higher-earning possibilities, it comes with a great benefit of having your own truck and getting that independence that many truckers would like to enjoy.

How much is owner operator salary different than company drivers’?

Owner operator salary is significantly higher than the one that company driver can reach. That’s why it’s so attractive to many truck drivers.

Based on our company’s survey, when asked on the first interview what would they like to change about their position, the drivers’ first response was to get their own truck through a lease.

As of July 2019, truck drivers’ average salary goes as high as $71,000.00, while owner operator salary is around $195,000.00.

It’s obvious why truckers are rushing and saving money to buy their own trucks. Because in the end, they get a lot more money in the bank.

When is the right time to think about owner operator salary?

Pro tips:

  • Only you know what’s best for you
  • You should have enough experience to know how the industry works
  • Put everything on paper and see is it good enough for you

First of all, it depends on your personal choice and a few other situational things.

On one hand, there is no exact right time you should think about owner operator salary and hopping in your first personally owned truck.

On the other hand, the best time, would be the moment  you find a good lease deal.

Depending on the company that offers you the lease, and the requirements you need to fulfill, you will have to wait more or less to get that truck you wanted.

In our case, for example, we require our drivers to drive for us at least 3 months, before they can get a lease.

Or even sooner, if they prove to be good and responsible drivers!

What will change when you become an owner operator?

As we already concluded, the pay will be drastically higher. But that’s not the only thing that’s going to change.

You will be enjoying a lot of independence and freedom, but as always, with more freedom comes more responsibility.

The truck you lease to get that owner operator salary will technically be yours from the start, so all the expenses regarding the truck are on you.

But, that’s only if your truck breaks down unexpectedly. Which will hardly be the case if you lease a brand new truck.

From the experience with our owner operators, their biggest dilemma is which truck to lease.

On one hand you have a brand new truck that is priced more than a used one, and on the other hand, you have the truck you have driven as a company driver and you know exactly the good and bad things about it, plus it’s a lot cheaper.

Leasing the truck you’ve already driven is great because you know that trucks’ heart and soul. Getting a used truck in good condition is usually the best solution you can get.

What’s the next step for owner operators?

To keep going the path of growth for your business, the next big step would be to get your own authority and buy a few more trucks.

As an owner operator, you do have more independence, but you still operate under someone else’s company.

The next big thing for you would be:

  • Get a couple of extra trucks
  • Form a small fleet
  • Hire drivers to operate in those trucks
  • Outsource other parts of the business

Now you’re beginning to realize what it is like to be a true businessman. You will have to manage your team of drivers and trucks you bought for them to drive.

Luckily you don’t have to learn every single part of the business you’re going to run, nobody does that.

There’s a lot of companies that exist for that sole purpose.

You will need 3 key things to keep your business running and profitable:

  1. Dispatch
  2. Safety
  3. Accounting

Depending on your current knowledge and experience in the trucking industry, you can choose which services to use.

But, have in mind that most of these companies offer those services in a package, so if you know how to dispatch but you need help with accounting, you will have to pay for both.

There are very few companies offering you only the service you need and not an entire package of services.

In conclusion

Owner operator salary is something that will encourage you to advance further in the trucking industry and become your own boss, with your own truck.

Nothing to stand in your way of a better position, salary, and future!

 

lease purchase

Lease Purchase – A Way to Independence

Lease purchase is one of the most common things drivers are interested in today.

As newer drivers get more experience they are looking for a way to gain more independence and transition to owner operator and new trucking jobs.

Lease purchase programs are a great way to purchase your first truck.

Some companies even have their own lease purchase programs, like us.

Some truck driver veterans even say that after you get used to the OTR driving, you should get a lease purchase as soon as possible.

For it is your door to bigger earnings, and much wanted independence.

Lease purchase program, what is it?

Lease purchase is considered to be the best way to start your own trucking business.

Especially for those that don’t want to pay a big downpayment for the equipment.

There many benefits that come with a lease purchase program.

For example:

Getting the benefits from a full-service leasing company

If you decide to purchase a lease from a full-service leasing company, you can enjoy the following benefits:

  • Driver training
  • Scheduled preventive maintenance
  • Performance reporting

And many more.

Administrative costs reduction

If you lease from a carrier, you will probably get help with some administrative tasks, tracking your hours of service and managing logs for example.

When you become a leased owner operator, you will still operate under the carrier’s license.

There’s a high possibility that you will have your taxes and reports managed by the company.

Low price new vehicles

Lease purchase programs sometimes allow you to pick the truck you want.

While used trucks are constantly attractive offer due to the low price, you can also opt-out for a new truck and still get a good deal.

Permits

One more big perk about being a lease owner operator is that you can get licence plates, permits, and everything else to be ready to go from the company.

This depends on the company, of course, so it’s advised that you check the program and see what exactly are you getting.

A lot of companies promise big figures when they offer a lease, but the reality is a bit different. This is where you have to be careful.

Truckers saw many companies promising them 2,500 – 3,000 miles per week, but when they got their lease, they got only around 1,000 – 2,000.

While that’s the sad truth in the trucking industry, our drivers get over 3,000 miles on average, and that’s actually the minimum what we require.

And we pay at the highest rates in the business!

A lot of companies from their lease purchase programs to attract less experienced drivers.

That kind of drivers hardly can push the miles the experienced ones can.

That is the biggest difference in the lease completion period.

If you have more than 2 years of OTR experience, then you should have no worries.

How to prepare yourself for lease purchase

Before you get a lease purchse, you should be ready for a number of things.

You will have more freedom, and with more freedom comes more responsibilities.

You will be completely responsible for the truck you leased.

And that doesn’t mean that you have to preserve it from damages, but all the expenses that go with the truck will be yours.

You will have to pay for repairs, maintenance, and any unplanned expenses for the truck.

Which is expected, since you bought it, and you will own it once you complete your lease purchase.

That might be the only novelty in your style of operation, except for all the independence and freedom plus extra earnings that come with the lease purchase.

Conclusion

Lease purchase programs come with a lot of benefits, especially if you score a good deal with a carrier.

That’s only the beginning in the journey of self-sufficiency, the next step is to get your independence to a new level, and operate with a couple of trucks under your authority and outsourcing only the essential services you need.

Like dispatch, or accounting.

Truck Drivers Shortage – A Booming Industry!

Truck drivers shortage is something the trucking industry is dealing with quite some time now.

By now we’re already used to the praises of the growth of the trucking industry.

We’re still dealing with one of the biggest problems in the business so far – truck drivers shortage.

What do truck drivers shortages mean for you?

When a service is in deficit, it means that the market demand for said service is high.

To put it simply, it means that there’s more work than the people who are needed to do that work.

This is great news for all truck drivers and the economy overall, but kind of bad for the trucking companies.

Why?

Because they cannot make money without you, the truck drivers.

Since there aren’t enough people to do that work, they have to do everything it takes.

They need to hire the number of drivers they need for their business to operate and make money.

That means truck drivers are going to get better working conditions as companies compete to attract all the drivers they can.

Because in every moment the US market needs 60,000 truck drivers more than it has on its disposal.

The earnings for truck drivers constantly go up as companies compete to provide them a better deal.

Take us for example.

We offer OTR drivers 60cpm for Dry Van and 70cpm for Flatbed, and those rates are industry’s highest!

That way you get good pay, and we don’t have empty trucks, a win-win situation for everybody!

How will the situation change in the future?

From the information that we have, for now, this is the best time to start getting into trucking.

Truck drivers average salary is going up.

The industry is estimated to continue growing exponentially.

The truck drivers shortage will also continue to grow if the demand isn’t met in time.

Bob Costello, the chief economist at ATA, says that the truck drivers shortage may go up to 160,000 by 2028.

The estimation is made on the simple difference of the new drivers that are getting into industry and the older ones retiring, with the expansion of the industry taken into account.

Those are truly great news for the truckers of today.

The longer the truck drivers shortage lasts, the better the working conditions for truckers will be.

And you can be sure that we will have the best offer and the best equipment to give to you at any time.

What steps are being taken to tackle the issue of truck drivers shortage?

The ATA advocates for a pay increase, more home time, and lowering the required driver’s age to 18 to battle the shortage.

Autonomus trucks are also the subject of the debate since so far there is no way to satisfy the market demand completely.

Which at first, seemed like a good idea, autonomous trucking still has a lot of obstacles to overcome to be usable.

Some experts even claim that autonomous cars might be the future, but that is hardly the case for the trucks.

Judging by the ATA report, the surging freight economy and lack of truck drivers could disrupt the supply chain entirely.

The industry will require around 1.1 million truck drivers to meet the demand in the next decade.

So far the biggest challenge for the industry is to attract the younger drivers.

There are many more drivers retiring than the ones that are just starting to drive OTR.

The industry needs to remove the barriers for new drivers, make it less difficult for veterans, increase pay and decrease wait times.

The burdens and expenses on CDL applicants have to be reduced to make the process easier and more attractive to potential new drivers.

The companies are using all of their efforts to help the drivers as much as they can, and Strong Group is one of them.

We can help you lease a truck, and become an owner operator, so you can ear even more money later on!

We also hire drivers who already are owner operators, and we have a special offer for them.

Go and check what we have for you!

The problem with the drivers

The expansion of the industry is not the only problem that’s causing the truck drivers shortage.

The shortage of truck drivers overall is not that much of the problem as it’s the shortage of good truck drivers.

Usually, good truck drivers are the old school ones.

Times change so does generations.

Many newer truck drivers are not prepared to push a lot of miles, which is highly valuable in the industry, and they want to be home often.

All of this is ridiculous for the old school drivers.

A truck driver used to be a synonym for hard-working people who live on the road to provide for their families.

There was no freight or mileage they couldn’t pull of.

They are true professionals who made people treat them with respect for the work they do.

Because everybody knows that without truck drivers, those items wouldn’t be on the shelves of those shops.

They make America move, and the more they’re on the road, the more the country thrives.

Those kinds of drivers are slowly retiring, and there aren’t enough new ones that treat the job and themselves as the veterans did.

Hopefully, the newer generations of truck drivers will be stimulated by the opportunity to earn plenty of money, and that will make them true professionals in their job.

The takeaway

The following period due to the truck drivers shortage will be the best time for truck drivers, maybe ever.

With stimulation coming from everywhere, potential newcomers should recognize this and join one of the greatest and crucial industries in the US.

What is certain, is that we have everything to thank for our experienced drivers who truly make it possible for this industry to thrive.

So we will use this opportunity to praise our drivers at Strong Group because they are the industries finest, and we are glad to have them as a part of our long hauling family.

 

Truck Drivers Average Salary 2019

Truck Drivers Average Salary for 2019

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Truck drivers average salary as of July 2019 is $45,150‬. Salaries go as high as $71,358‬ and as low as $28,000, the majority of truck drivers average salaries are somewhere between $36,000 and $60,000 in the US. The research is done with 1,657,527 employed drivers, according to indeed.com and many other agencies.  

On what does truck drivers average salary depend?

Here are the things that have the greatest impact on your salary:

  • Your skill level
  • Years of OTR experience
  • The type of employment contract
  • Company’s financial policies
  • The type of truck you drive
  • The mileage you cover

If you’re a skilled driver with at least 2 years of experience you can easily find yourself significantly above the truck drivers average salary. If you’re an indenpendent contractor (1099) you will end up with more money than company drivers (W2). Companies usually pay different rates depending on the type of truck you are driving (reefer, dry van, flatbed, etc…) The biggest impact on the salary has the company itself and how much are they prepared to pay you.

How do We Compare?

Now that we know what are the industry’s standards and what truck drivers average salary is, let’s see how does Strong Group compare. We compared our rates to our competitors. We calculated truck driver salaries based on 42 working weeks and 3400 miles per week driven. truck drivers average salary truck drivers average salary 

 

Our goal is to offer the best possible working conditions, salary and equipment-wise. We aim to stay at the top of the competition so you don’t have to think twice when considering your options! We know that the biggest motivation is salary, so we try to stay on top of other competitors and attract the drivers with our great work conditions! Truck drivers average salary for us is just a reference number that we have to surpass.

 

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Owner Operator Trucking Jobs – $6,000.00 average per week!

Owner operator trucking jobs have one of the greatest benefits and that is the independence that comes with the job.

The truck is your office and the road is your hallway. No one is there to tell you what to do.

When you become an owner operator, trucking jobs get to a whole new level.

What Can You Expect as an Owner Operator?

At first, as an owner operator, you will appreciate your trucking jobs a lot more.

You will be able to customize your truck to look exactly how you want it to look.

You will have more self-appreciation and you will get this feeling that only you are in charge and that you are responsible for everything.

It’s kind of empowering since from now on, that truck is your company and you’re the CEO.

You can expect to see more money at the end of the week and you will have much more negotiating power when you’re signing contracts.

Possibly one of the most rewarding benefits of being an owner operator is that you get to choose how much home time do you want.

You will be able to choose between being an independent owner operator or a lease operator.

Being a completely independent owner operator is a bit harder than a contractor because in the contractor case, the company does the job searching instead of you, along with some other things that you would have to do on your own, like accounting, marketing, etc…

How to Become an Owner Operator?

First of all, you have to be a really good driver, with at least two years of experience, and the money for the truck, of course.

If you, however, can’t afford a truck yet, we can help you with that.

Contact us, and we can help you get your very own first truck!

Your MVR has to be clean, of course, companies today value the clean MVR, and we are one of those companies as well.

If you decide to be a contractor, which is usually the case, you can expect companies to offer you better deals, because most of the owner operators are very good drivers.

What Kind of Offer do we have for Owner operators?

We love to provide our owner operators trucking jobs, and we offer great benefits for them!

If you’re looking for owner operator trucking jobs, we have an offer for you!

We offer you:

  • 75% of the load inclusive of cargo and liability insurance, occupational and IFTA
  • Huge fuel discounts, saving you up to $10,000.00 per year!
  • Assigned dispatcher
  • 24/7 dispatch and operations support
  • 24/7 emergency breakdown support
  • Direct deposit every Friday
  • In-house repair shop
  • Consistent loads
  • Trailers available for rent and purchase
  • Our owner operators’ gross weekly revenue averages between $5,000.00 – $6,000.00

You can also expect:

  • Parking spot available in our company’s yard
  • Great, easy routes
  • Flying J / Pilot fuel cards
  • I Pass
  • Great opportunities for Lease truck drivers

Equipment requirements:

  • Must pass a complete DOT inspection on the day of signing the contract with us

And even if you’re not an owner operator, or you would like to become one in the future, we can work with you as well!

Feel free to contact our recruiters at 855 787 66 44 or apply online by clicking this LINK!

Conclusion

 

And that’s all the basics you need to know to get you started!

Hopefully, we will talk to you, and offer you our owner operator trucking jobs, and those of you that still wish to become one, we can work with you as well!