The Resume of a $70,000/year LTL Truck Driver
Only two years after starting his truck driving career, Andrew found a job paying $70,000 per year. Andrew’s is just one example of a career as a truck driver, but it shows the potential path other drivers can follow for similar success.
Job #1 – Conway Truckload: $40,000/Year
Job Description: “OTR dry van, typical entry level steering wheel holder job, nothing special.”[intense_button link=”http://true2blue.com/” target=”_blank”]Apply to Conway Truckload [/intense_button]
Job #2 – Central Transport: $52,000/Year
Job Description: “LTL dry freight, lots of dock work involved, terminal to terminal stuff.”[intense_button link=”http://www.centraltransportint.com/Employment/contract.aspx” target=”_blank”]Apply to Central Transport [/intense_button]
Job #3 – AAA Cooper (ACT Transportation): $70,000/Year
Job Description: “LTL individual dry shipments. Mostly pulling doubles around southeast US.”[intense_button link=”https://intelliapp2.driverapponline.com/c/aaacooper?r=corp&uri_b=ia_aaacooper_1048598415″ target=”_blank”]Apply to AAA Cooper [/intense_button]
Andrew’s Advice to Fellow Drivers
“If your ambition is to become an LTL linehaul driver, your best bet is to start out as a dockworker at a reputable company and work your way up. You can even get your CDL for free at many companies while working there.