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CDL-A OTR Truck Drivers – Avg. $1,300 Weekly

GRAND ISLAND EXPRESS

This is a Contract position in Sterling, IL posted November 6, 2019.

We can’t stop drivers from bragging on us.Eight years in a row.

The Pay
– Guaranteed pay starting day 1
– $1,304.91 Avg.

weekly pay
– Company Driver CPM $0.43 to $0.54, based on experience
– Owner Operator CPM
– $1.02 to $1.09, empty or loaded
– Extra Pay for detention, drops, lumpers, layovers, and holidays
– Bonuses for fuel efficiency, clean inspections, and driver referrals The Benefits
– Health Coverage
– BlueCross BlueShield, plus dental and life or Health Savings Account (HSA)
– starts 30 days after employment
– 401(k) and profit sharing plans
– after 1 year of service
– Paid vacation and holidays
– after 1 year of service
– Family rider and pet policy The Qualifications
– Current Class A CDL
– At least 23 years old
– Meet DOT requirements
– No DUI or DWI for the past 5 years or more than 1 in a lifetime The Advantages
– Experienced mentors available
– Consistent home time
– Awards for accident-free driving
– Truck Purchase Program
– Electronic Load Board you get to pick your own outbound loads The Routes and Equipment
– OTR driving routes
– 2,500 to 3,200 miles a week
– 2017/2018 Freightliner Cascadia Evolutions, automatics.

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CDL-A Drivers It’s true.

For eight years, our drivers have voted us one of the “Best Fleets to Drive For””
– a recognition that makes us proud and humbled at the same time.

Here are some reasons we keep attracting the best drivers and why they keep bragging on us.

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