Western International Gas & Cylinders, Inc.
WESTERN INTERNATIONAL GAS CYLINDERS, INC. – Work 4 …
WESTERN INTERNATIONAL GAS CYLINDERS, INC. – Work 4 Western
Regional CDL-A Tanker Truck Driver Job Advantages:
- $80,000+ per year
- $2,500 Retention Bonus!
- Full benefits! Health, dental and vision insurance and more
- Weekend Home Time!
- Must have prior experience driving manual 10 speed transmission and be able to pass the road test
Average CPM pay and benefits for my situation?
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I might not do what you do but I decided jobs I do by how much I make a week if I'm doing local work I expect 1200+ a week if I stay out a week at a time around 1500 and If I'm staying out longer then that I would aim for 2000 a weekkylefitzy Thanks this.
CDL A Truck Driver
CDL A Dedicated Company Truck Driver | Home Weekends | $78,000
Requisition ID: 759
For More Information, Call Matt 704-956-7172
Pay & Benefits
- Avg Annual Gross: $78,000+
- $2,500 sign on bonus
- $62 Reimbursement per layover
- Home Time: Home Weekends
- Dedicated Regional Runs
- Paid Holidays
- Comprehensive Benefits Package
Dedicated Driver Qualifications
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- Class A Commercial Driver's License (CDL-A)
- 9 Months T/T experience in the last 3 years
- 21+ yrs. of age
One of my problems with the industry is drivers not knowing what they're worth and companies happy to take advantage of that. Don't fixate on CPM - worry about average annual gross - what an actual driver was paid driving that truck for that company. If they won't tell you up front - move on. That means they know what you'll make and they know it isn't competitive.
OTR is great for getting experience, not so great for high or consistent earnings. Go LTL or Dedicated for those things.
I am definitely going to weigh the pros and cons. The pros with the company I’m at is they leave me the hell alone. Nobody’s calling me, nobody’s changing my loads, rarely do I get asked to do favors like pick other drivers up, they just send me loads and I run them and there’s no micromanaging and I’ve enjoyed that part of it. But I do feel as though the pay is on the lower end. I would probably stick around even if they just threw me some like incentive-based bonuses throughout the year to work towards. That maybe would equate to be making 5 to 8000 more per year. Do you see this was sports contracts a lot. Complete this mini passes or throw for this many yards and you get this much of a bonus. I feel like trucking companies should do more of that. I mean the more you’re driving the more money they’re making too.bryan21384 Thanks this.
My first week at my new company I took home just a few dollars shy of $1400. Easy reefer work, out Monday afternoon back early morning Friday. I haven't driven in a decade so I'm nothing special on my resume. I don't think I'm in the top 5%.
LENNYTHEDRIVER keep talking to other drivers and asking questions. Decide what companies sound good then research the heck out of them. Then decide if the job is worth the extra cash.
Look into fuel delivery. I loved it but have a bad back so I can't do it anymore. Your home every day, 12 hour shift and many have rotation days off so you'll have some weekends off. Just another option that'll get you around six figures.Shackdaddy Thanks this.
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