We are hiring semi-local CDL-A dedicated drivers! Drive dedicated with us and enjoy a consistent schedule and pay, onsite management and regular deliveries to a single customer.

Drivers only need 6 months VERIFIABLE experience and live within 50 miles of Midway GA.

  • Averages projected at $81,500
  • Out 2-3 nights per week with consistent time off
  • Online orientation through our Direct to Work program can limit onsite on-boarding time
  • Eligibility for select health benefits begins after just 30 days of employment
  • 401(k) with company match
  • Paid-time-off accrual from day one

Aside from the perks of a consistent schedule and pay, company dedicated truck drivers also enjoy access to comprehensive health benefit offerings including medical, dental and vision as well as life insurance, 401(k) and paid vacation.

Operating Area:

This semi-local driving job operates within the states of Georgia, South Carolina, and Florida.


  • $1,400 minimum gross guaranteed per week for the first 6-weeks (includes 1 day of training) contingent upon the driver working a full work week
  • Average Weekly Gross: $1,567
  • Average Yearly Gross: $81,500
  • Top Earners Annually Gross: $82k — to get this the drivers run double Miami loads and typically stay in the truck all week

Time Off / Shift

  • Schedule: 34 hour reset on a weekday – time off will be consistent after hire.
  • Start Time: (Range between 0600 – 1700) – drivers are unable to select their start time – (account accommodating to day or night driving preferences).
  • Shift: 7 – 10 hours
  • Home 2 – 3 nights per week in addition to reset – time off will vary during surge (Example: Back to school and holiday season)


  • Pick up a preloaded trailer from the distribution center in Midway, GA and deliver to retail stores.
  • No Loading/Unloading: 95% of loads are drop & hook / 5% of loads are live unload.
  • Backhauls required.


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