Regional CDL Truck Driver - Home Every Week

Dedicated account, home weekly for a 34 hour reset

  • New hires assigned to tractors AFTER completing 1 week ride along time with current driver at $150 per day. Drivers WILL seat a truck with a driver currently running the account 
  • Driver Manual Unload
  • Patience with Customer/Customer Service Skills Required
  • Not home daily or every weekend*
  • Running area:  AL, GA, IN, IL, KY, NC, OH, SC, TN, VA, WV
  • Drivers who run 1500 miles and deliver 3 loads a week make an average of $1700 weekly
  • Most of these customer deliveries start in the early AM the driver will either be driving to their first stop the night before and taking a reset or driving in the early morning to make on time delivery. From there they will deliver throughout the day to multiple dedicated customer stores. 
  • Touch Freight: Yes, using rollers
  • True Up pay of $1700 (after training) if available, no service issues, no time off 
  • Top Weekly Pay: $2300
  • Pay Type: Mileage, unload pay and stop pay

This account is unique. It’s hard work and extremely physical. Unloading your truck lets you get the exercise that you need to stay healthy. too.

Runs will include nights, weekends, and holidays that fall within your workweek. Routes also typically require 3-7 stops on each load with the expectation of 3 loads per week. 

Payscale Based On Verified Experience
0 Months $0.49
6 months $0.50
12 months $0.51
18 months $0.52
24 months $0.53
36 months $0.55
48 months $0.57
60 months $0.59
72 months $0.61
84 months $0.63
96 months $0.65
108 months $0.67
120 months $0.69

• Unload Pay $245
• Stop Pay $25.00
• Backhaul Pay $50
• $1,700 weekly True Up if requirements are met 
Minimum Requirements:
  • Valid Class A CDL
  • Minimum of 3 months experience in the last 36 months. The 3 months experience must be with no
    more than two carriers, and driver can have no preventable CMV accidents during the 3 months
  •  Local experience counts as long as it is TT 40 ft or greater!
  • Truck driving school/training doesn’t count as experience. A driver has to have a full 3 months with one carrier to qualify as a first seat driver