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This is an Local Dedicated Account Position. Home daily.

On this account you will average $1100 per week.

Home daily with 2 days off per week.

You will pick up and deliver from various grocery DCs in the region (IN, OH and KY).


Responsible for on time delivery of freight between Distribution Centers, stores, and vendors.

$66,900 to $87,000 Earnings Potential
Will be servicing stores in NC, SC, and VA

Medical, Dental & Vision- Blue Cross/Blue Shield Of Tennessee

The following CDL-A driving position is open for drivers with 6 months verifiable experience and live within 75 miles of Berkeley MO.

$70K-$75K Starting Out Annually; Avg. Fleet Driver makes $80K annually
Medical, Dental & Vision- Blue Cross/Blue Shield

More mileage, better equipment, and home every weekend.

Average Weekly Pay

Fall/Winter – $1100 to $1300
Spring/Summer – $1300 to 1500

Sign-On Bonus of $5,000 ($750 after first load delivers)

Paid 27% of Linehaul
Avg Weekly Pay – $1,200-$1,500
$30 Tarp Pay – approx. 50% of loads

Schedule – Monday – Friday/Saturday with at least a 34 hour restart
Average Miles per wk – 2000-2600
Sign-On Bonus of $5,000 ($750 after first load delivers)


You can expect to average $1400 per week, $73,000 annually, and top earners can make $1700 per week
6 mos exp. Home weekly for a 34 hour reset!

In addition to mileage pay, the drivers will earn $200 per load inclusive for the unload and all stops

Positions open and close again quickly and may not always be available.
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ABOUT US

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WHO ARE WE?

SUPERIOR DRIVER PLACEMENT is a Truck Driver Recruiting Agency enlisting Class A Drivers Nationwide For Top Carriers! We are also placing New/Student CDL Drivers Nationwide! Call 972-366-6591 Now!

WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?

Seeking the best qualifying candidates, with clean driving record, excellent driving skills, clean and clear background check. We’re dedicated to finding quality trucking jobs for talented individuals, and placing each qualified applicant into the best available position. Must meet requirements for that carrier.

WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU!

Our driver placement specialist is a retired Class A CDL Driver and understands the drivers wants and needs as well as the trucking industry as a whole. Give us a call and let him know what you’re looking for. He has access to numerous carriers offering OTR, Regional and Daily positions. Best of all our services are free. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. CALL 972-366-6591 NOW!!

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THE PROCESS

SO JUST HOW DO I FIND YOU THAT PERFECT TRUCK DRIVING JOB?

First, you tell me what you’re looking for. Where you want to drive (OTR, Regional, Local). How much you want to make, who would like to drive for, home time, Truck Driver Jobs - We Are Hiringetc.

Next, we fill out the job application which will be sent to all carriers who meet your requirements. It’s a very detailed application as it has to answer 99.99% of the questions various carriers will have. You will need to be 100% honest when giving me the data to fill in. Many think carriers don’t do a thorough background check. Believe me they do! You do not want them to think you’re dishonest or trying to conceal something.

I then research carriers and their open positions to find the ones that most closely match your requirements. Working with over 50 trucking companies gives me a huge advantage over other recruiters in finding your dream job. I submit your job application to them and wait to see who is interested in you and your skills.

Lastly, I present you with these choices and let you decide which carrier and position is right for you.

This method has proven over and over again to be the best and most efficient way to get drivers the job they are looking for.

For more information call 972-366-6591 to get started today!

HOW TO GET A TRUCK DRIVING JOB

Truck driving is rapidly becoming one of the fastest growing careers in the country. The commercial trucking industry is expected to see a shortage of over 200,000 drivers over the next ten years while the economic demand for trucking services is expected to increase substantially. Due to this forecasted shortage, trucking companies are now offering better than ever wages, benefits and schedules. Sound interesting? Here’s how you can become a commercial truck driver.

– It may not be a formal or mandatory requirement, but you should complete high school or get your General Education Development diploma (GED); you will find that most trucking companies desire to hire high school graduates.

– A tainted driving record may keep you from getting the trucking job you want, so preserve a clean record. Any DUI convictions or moving violations may prevent you from being hired. If you have any such convictions, misdemeanors, or felonies, it is imperative that you are honest on your applications, so that you can be matched with companies that would consider hiring you despite past convictions.

– Get your CDL (commercial driver’s license). A CDL is required of any persons that will be driving trucks that weight over 26,000 pounds and or transports hazardous materials. The CDL is comprised of a written exam and a driving exam to ensure your abilities to operate a commercial vehicle.

– The U.S. Department of Transportation requires an exam as well: the FMCSR, or the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations exam. This includes a written test and physical exam with vision and hearing evaluations. The exam is required every two years in order for a truck driver to maintain a truck driving job.

– Trucking companies are required to carry out pre-employment and subsequent periodic drug test of all truck drivers. Failing such a test may result in not be hired or immediate termination if you are a current employee during that time.

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