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CDL-A Owner Operator – No Forced Dispatch – 100% Fuel Surcharge

West Motor Freight

This is a Contract position in Potomac, IL posted November 20, 2020.

Seeking Owner Operators
Tons of Benefits, Weekly Pay

Benefits:

100% fuel surcharge paid back to the truck
Large fuel discount, an average of 40-50 cents/gallon
Cargo and liability insurance included
Percentage pay
Accurate weekly settlements on Friday
Apportioned plate program for $50/week
$8 per week for bobtail insurance
No age limits on trucks
TA/Petro Tire Program – 10 weeks interest-free
Maintenance program and 24/7 breakdown service
An escrow program that collects interest
IFTA, Bobtail, Phys Dam, and OCC/ACC at low cost
Can have your own trailer
Direct deposit fuel card
Tire savings program
Access to EFS checks, even after hours
No forced dispatch
Drivers legal program

Requirements:

Must be at least 23 years of age
CDL Class A for 12 months

About Us:
WEST Motor Freight s roots go back for more than 100 years, unlike many of today s truckload carriers that have sprung up as a result of deregulation in 1980. The original founder began hauling freight by horse and wagon in 1907. He started a philosophy of commitment that has become a tradition at WEST.

In 1988, that tradition passed to the company s present owner, Albert L. Evans Jr., and his family. The Evans family has tradition of their own as founders of Evans Delivery Company, which was started by Albert Evans, Sr. in Pottsville, in 1939.

Today, under the leadership of CEO, Matthew Bowen Bates, tradition and a strong commitment to customers and employees are the hallmarks of WEST Motor Freight.
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