Cdl A Otr Truck Driver - Make Up To $100k/year - No-touch Freight, Detroit

Published 2022-05-16
Expires 2022-06-16
ID #998652670
Cdl A Otr Truck Driver - Make Up To $100k/year - No-touch Freight, Detroit
United States, Michigan, Detroit,
Published May 16, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdl a otr truck driver - make up to $100k/year - no-touch freight

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Up To $100,00 Per Year - No-Touch Freight Exceptional Benefits & Trucks That Feel Like Home S&S Transport is Growing & We Are Looking for Over The Road Drivers to Add to Our Fleet. Travel the Lower 48 States & Get Paid To Do It We Are Proud to Offer 2,500 Guaranteed Weekly Mileage & Up To 6.5 Weeks of Paid Time Off What We Offer: $72,000-$100,00 Average Annual Salary 2,500-3,500 Mile Per Week Fuel Incentives Safety Bonus DOT Inspection Bonus Orientation Pay Detention Pay Layover Pay Per Diem Pay Quarterly Bonuses: Retention, MPG, Cruise, Idle, Quarterly Training Bonus Exceptional Benefits: Up To 6.5 Weeks of Paid Time Off Paid Holidays Paid Vacation Medical, Dental & Vision Health Benefits - Blue Cross & Blue Shield Health Savings Account with Employer Contribution 401k with Company Match No-Touch Freight New - Kenworth T680s & Freightliner Cascadias - Average 1.5 Years Old Trucks Are Meant to Feel Like Home Refrigerators APUs 1800 Watt Inverters Satellite TV with NFL Sunday Ticket Pets Allowed Rider Allowed Lumpers 92% Contracted Freight 24/7 Roadside Assistance Driver Appreciation Week $1,500 Referral Bonus Extra $.01 CPM for Referral Drivers During 1st Year Requirements: CDL A License Founded in 1981 in Grand Forks, ND, we are proudly women-owned and family-operated. In recent years, we have expanded our operation to Janesville, Wisconsin and Anniston, Alabama. With over 40 years of experience in shipping a wide variety of durable goods throughout North America, we have evolved into one of the most modern, well-equipped trucking companies in the United States. Call 701-248-6238 or Apply Online Today

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