Regional Truck Driving Jobs

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What's the difference between regional and dedicated?
Dedicated trucking jobs have the drivers on repeated or specific routes, where they will interact with one or a few of the same customers over and over. With regional trucking jobs, drivers are assigned to a whole region. These can be a grouping of states or whole sections of the country such as the Southwest or Northeast. Regional trucking jobs will more than likely not have a dedicated route, but the driver will be assigned a new one at each drop-off/pickup and are driving for a set amount of time.
How much do Regional Truck Drivers make?
The average salary of a regional truck driver is $73,863 per year or $1,420 per week. Regional Truck Drivers can make anywhere from $55,330 to $104,000 depending on where they are driving and how many hours per week they are driving.
Which states have the highest demand for Regional Truck Drivers?