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    Do you currently have a class A CDL?

    Do you have a valid medical card?

    What type of driving are you interested in? (select all that apply)

    Driver Signature ( e.g. )

    What Can We Offer?

    We recognize that our drivers are the heart of the company and that we cannot be successful unless you are. For that reason, we offer:


    • $2000 sign-on bonus for drivers with 2+ years of safe verifiable experience. 
    • Quarterly safety bonus.
    • Well above industry-standard pay rates
    • Depending on what you choose to run, we offer hourly, daily rate or mileage pay. 
    • Accessorial Pay
    • Detention/Layover pay 
    • $500 per truck referral bonus


    Driver Requirements

    • At least 21 years old
    • Class A CDL
    • Current medical card
    • Pass a pre-employment drug screen and be entered into the random pool
    • Sign up for the FMCSA drug and alcohol clearinghouse
    • At least one year of safe, verifiable, tractor trailer experience
    • Knowledge of HOS regulations, ELD’s, paper logs, scaling loads and applicable laws
    • TWIC (if running intermodal)

    In accordance with DOT Regulation 391.23 (i)(1), (i)(1)(i), (i)(1)(ii), (i)(1)(iii): All drivers working in a Department of Transportation regulated industry during the preceding three years from application date have the following rights regarding the investigative information that is being provided to the prospective company under which a driver operates as required by DOT Regulation 391.23 (d) and (e). The right to review information provided by previous employers or companies for whom you operated; The right to have errors in the information corrected by the previous employers or companies for whom you operated and for the previous employers or companies for whom you operated to re-send the corrected information to the prospective employer or company for whom you will potentially operate for; The right to have a rebuttal statement attached to the alleged erroneous information, if the previous employers or companies for whom you operated and the driver cannot agree on accuracy of the information.