Which is apparently different than Trans Am.
I just got done with school and I think I'll go with them.
Here's what I know so far:
New driver's start out at .29 cents per mile. .33 after 6 months, but you get three 1 cent bonuses per month for different things. So if you screw up and have an accident you'll lose only one third of the bonus, and only for that month, not this quarterly all or nothing stuff like some companies.
Layover: 150$ after 24 hours
Detention: 16/ hour after 2 hours
Trip Minimum: 70$
Broader Crossing: $25
6 days in Scottsburg, IN. Then about 4 weeks on the road with a driving INSTRUCTOR. This means the person training you has the same credentials as your teacher in CDL school. It's not just some random experienced driver. Training pay for orientation and on the road is 350$ a week.
Transportation to and from orientation from your home town is provided for. You're also given 3 meals a day, also provided free hotel.
Tuition reimbursement is between 100-150$ a month depending on what school you went to, up to $5000.
Blue cross/blue shield, paid vacation 1 week after 1 year, 401 K, profit sharing after 1 year, $30,000 life insurance provided BY the company, disability.
If anyone has driven with them and has opinions one way or the other let me know.