My name is Cody and I've been driving since 2013 but I changed Careers in 18' and starting operating Cranes. I still used Flatbed trucks, low boys, step decks etc all the time but now I'm getting back to diving OTR. Any suggestions or Recommendations on good companies would be very appreciative. Show me the $$$$$
LOOKING FOR a flat bed or heavy haul to call home.
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Show you the $$$$$$$$$....?
Just remember -- you asked for it.
If your experience with flatbed/stepdeck/lowboy is what I think it might be....you could be well-qualified for a position like the following.....
Given the tensions America is now facing overseas....the following might be something you'd like to look into, further.
You'd have to go back -- & pick that hazmat endorsement back up again.
Department of Defense Team Drivers | Drive4ATS
Basically...the thinking here is...."GO BIG -- OR GO HOME".
As the info in the link indicates -- you'd also need to fill out (& ace) gubmint form SF-86 (if you don't already have such a clearance).
A similar opportunity, with a smaller company....exists here:
TEAM DRIVERS | Baggett Transport
The above is NOT your usual 5-6k miles per week team operation. Think more like 3-4k....or maybe even less....on some weeks.
But......it's worth it (or so they say).
SPECIAL NOTE: I am NOT a recruiter for the above (or anyone else, for that matter). I simply became aware of the above thru my own personal research. I have not driven for either of the above companies -- nor do I know anyone else personally who has. I have no clue what life is actually like in either of the above companies, nor do I benefit in any way, if you should pursue either (or elsewhere). CAVEAT EMPTOR.
Ryder System hiring East Tennessee drivers.
If you're an 0/0 we will buy your truck.
Trucks are three years or newer. Ryder Drivers Service the Route, not the Truck. All Drivers have 24/7 Roadside Maintenance by a Ryder Trained Technician plus Service Employees fuel up our trucks at all 800+ Maintenance Facilities.
- Deliver SOLO To: PA, NJ, NY (No NYC), SC, NC, OH, FL and GA
- Tractor Type: Sleeper
- Route: Nights Out 1-2
- Trailer Type: 53' Dry Van, Curtainside & Flatbed
- Freight: No Touch – Molding and Building Products
- Load Securement Only - Strap and bungee down
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