Immediate Openings for CDL A Driver

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  1. John Fox

    John Fox Bobtail Member

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    Motivated Individuals

    Weekly Salary + Bonuses

    Compensation for Medical & Dental

    Earned Paid Days Off

    Paid Holidays

    2012 Volvo 780 ISX15, 13 SPEED Equipment & Dry Van

    REQUIREMENTS
    Must be at least 23 years of age

    Possessing a Class A CDL with HazMat (H), or combination (X) endorsement. *Tanker Endorsement not required, but recommended*
    No more than two at-fault accidents and two motor vehicle violations within the previous 36 months, or no more than one at-fault accident and three motor vehicle violations during the previous 36 months.

    No involvement in a preventable DOT recordable accident in the past 12 months.

    Operators must have one year of verifiable over-the-road driving (including snow and ice) within the past three years or three years verifiable experience in the last 10 years, of which six months must be within the previous 48 months, with a Class A CDL using a dry van or similar equipment.

    No felony convictions within the past 7 years. All other felony and misdemeanor charges are reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

    No positive drug or alcohol test including refusals and pre-employment results.

    No suspensions of more than 30 days for moving violations in the last 36 months.

    No more than one serious violation as defined on Table 2 of section 383.51 of the FMCSR handbook within the previous 36 months prior to qualification.

    No railroad-highway grade crossing offenses as defined on Table 3 of section 383.51 of the FMCSR handbook within the previous 36 months prior to qualification.

    No citations or convictions for Reckless Driving or Careless Endangerment during the 36 month period prior to the order date of the MVR.

    No DUI charges during the 60 month period prior to the order date of the MVR in a personal or non-commercial vehicle and never in a commercial vehicle.

    Proficient enough in English to understand highway traffic signs and signals, respond to official inquiries, make entries on reports and records, and converse with the public.

    Contact Today @ (909) 821-7604
    Send Resume Today @ foxtrucking1011@gmail.com
     
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  3. John Fox

    John Fox Bobtail Member

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    We are a family owned and operated organization.

    Motivated Individuals

    Weekly Salary + Bonuses

    Compensation for Medical & Dental

    Earned Paid Days Off

    Paid Holidays

    2012 Volvo 780 ISX15, 13 SPEED Equipment & Dry Van

    REQUIREMENTS

    Must be at least 23 years of age

    Possessing a Class A CDL with HazMat (H), or combination (X) endorsement. *Tanker Endorsement not required, but recommended*

    No more than two at-fault accidents and two motor vehicle violations within the previous 36 months, or no more than one at-fault accident and three motor vehicle violations during the previous 36 months.

    No involvement in a preventable DOT recordable accident in the past 12 months.

    Operators must have one year of verifiable over-the-road driving (including snow and ice) within the past three years or three years verifiable experience in the last 10 years, of which six months must be within the previous 48 months, with a Class A CDL using a dry van or similar equipment.

    No felony convictions within the past 7 years. All other felony and misdemeanor charges are reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

    No positive drug or alcohol test including refusals and pre-employment results.

    No suspensions of more than 30 days for moving violations in the last 36 months.

    No more than one serious violation as defined on Table 2 of section 383.51 of the FMCSR handbook within the previous 36 months prior to qualification.

    No railroad-highway grade crossing offenses as defined on Table 3 of section 383.51 of the FMCSR handbook within the previous 36 months prior to qualification.

    No citations or convictions for Reckless Driving or Careless Endangerment during the 36 month period prior to the order date of the MVR.

    No DUI charges during the 60 month period prior to the order date of the MVR in a personal or non-commercial vehicle and never in a commercial vehicle.

    Proficient enough in English to understand highway traffic signs and signals, respond to official inquiries, make entries on reports and records, and converse with the public.


    Contact Fox Trucking LLC - John Fox Today @ (909) 821-7604

    Send Resume Today @ foxtrucking1011@gmail.com
     

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  4. luvtotruck

    luvtotruck Road Train Member

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    He responded back to me in rocket speed but you have to qualify for Landstar and I don't, Thank You for your call.
     
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  5. wilfredbacon15

    wilfredbacon15 Light Load Member

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    I hope that I can have my own CDL soon :(
     
  6. Taino

    Taino Light Load Member

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    Weekly salary? That's the first, what's the weekly salary? Where do you hire out of? Is this ORT/Regional/Local?

    Thanks in advance
     
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  7. John Fox

    John Fox Bobtail Member

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    Give me a call and I will go over the details.
     
  8. Lbcdiesel

    Lbcdiesel Light Load Member

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    I don't see why any advertising company trying to hire drivers won't lay out what the pay is on the table, anytime I see this makes me think it's that bad to hide, I feel that this is the problem with today's companies..no one knows what to expect for pay until they are running loads for them and find out it's less than what they say
     
  9. UnnamedSickness

    UnnamedSickness Light Load Member

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    I once worked for a company that paid a percentage of the load. When I asked what the load paid I was told none of my business.
     
  10. KeithT1967

    KeithT1967 Road Train Member

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    If you get paid on percentage you have the right to demand an audit. Regardless, the first time I got that response I'd put in my two weeks notice on the spot and then demand an audit. I do get paid percentage and I get the rate confirmation sent to my email if its a broker load. For regular customers dispatch will forward anything I want if I ask. :)
     
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  11. KW Cajun

    KW Cajun Road Train Member

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    I'm not here to slam your job posting, but it does raise far more unnecessary questions/calls, with the lack of details "in writing".

    I find it very odd that you go to great lengths to describe, in specific detail, your job qualifications, such as these excerpts:
    "No more than one serious violation as defined on Table 2 of section 383.51 of the FMCSR handbook within the previous 36 months prior to qualification."
    "No railroad-highway grade crossing offenses as defined on Table 3 of section 383.51 of the FMCSR handbook within the previous 36 months prior to qualification."


    Yet, as to what a driver/employee can expect, you non-descriptively list:
    Motivated Individuals
    Weekly Salary + Bonuses
    Compensation for Medical & Dental
    Earned Paid Days Off
    Paid Holidays

    In all honesty, that part really tells me "0", while your qualifications are written in detail and specific.
    Frankly, if I'm expected to call/ask for info that can as easily be made informative & clear in the ad in the first place, well you know where I'm going...
    I'm sure everyone knows that any verbal promise or agreement is 100% worthless, and only specifics in writing are what can be considered valid.
     
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