Hiring Areas: Indiana, Illinois, Ohio. Kentucky, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan.

CDL-A DEDICATED TRUCK DRIVERS – EARN $104,000 SALARY!

Have you been wishing on a star for a six figure salary? We make it come true with this dedicated truck driving position that now pays a salary of $104,000 per year! This dedicated run means consistent miles, weekly home time and more store stops on a consistent schedule – Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to earn more and be home more!

CDL-A DEDICATED TRUCK DRIVER UNIQUE BENEFITS:

  • $104,000 annual salary!
  • Weekly home time – 5-day work schedule, additional work available if desired
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance, plus flexible spending options
  • $50,000 in Life and AD&D insurance coverage for free
  • 401(k) savings plan with company match
  • 7 paid holidays
  • Tuition reimbursement (up to $5,000)
  • $4,000 Unlimited referral bonus
  • Credit for Military Experience

More reasons drivers choose dedicated

  • Home time options– You know exactly when and how often you’ll get home.
  • Weekly paychecks – Your weekly paycheck will reflect the consistent miles you drive on a weekly basis.
  • Familiarity – You get to know the routes you drive and the customer you work with.

CDL-A Dedicated Truck Driver Qualifications:

  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • No more than 3 moving violations in last 36 months
  • No more than 2 preventable collisions, incidents, or accidents in last 36 months
  • No DUI, DWI, or moving violations involving drugs or alcohol in the last 10 years
  • Stable work history
  • Valid CDL-A and Medical Card
  • Automated transmission CDL restriction allowed

*This route requires the following to earn $104K per year:

  • Must unload 3-4 trailers/week
  • Must work 20 days/month
  • Must work 10-hour days

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