Finding The Right Truck Driver Job!
As you are aware, there are easily thousands of trucking and transportation companies nationwide. Some small, with one truck, and some very large fleets with many trucks. There are local, regional, and OTR companies that run all over the United States and even across borders. There are dry van, reefer, tanker, flat bed and a multitude of other specialized trucks you can drive. So which truck driving job is best suited for you?
Well that depends on your experience level, and the type of endorsements you have obtained. For starters, trucking companies and the trucking industry itself is very dynamic and competition is fierce. Many factors can influence your decisions in finding the right trucking company. Below are a few of questions to consider when evaluating potential CDL job opportunities.
• How often would you get home? • What areas of the country would you like to run in? • What size of company would you like to work for? • Company driver or Independent contractor?
These are just a few questions to ask when considering what type of driving job you set your sights on. Although the questions and ideas posed in this article are only a few things to consider when deciding what type of company you would like to work for, and driver you strive to be.
At Kiwi Transport, we are always looking for experienced drivers to come aboard. Especially to see how we do trucking, the Kiwi Transport way. Our company drivers are some of the safest and experienced in the industry. We strive to find and hire motivated individuals with the desire to succeed. We offer constant communication with many added layers of support. Our drivers make $60,000 to $70,000 a year, paid weekly through direct deposit, medical benefits and weekly home time. If this peaks your interest? Check out www.kiwitrans.com for further details.
You can submit a short form application on our website or inquiry request. We look forward to speaking with you. Choose Kiwi Transport for your supply chain and logistics solutions.
OTR Driver Requirements: 1 year Experience. Clean MVR. Live in the Central Valley, CA.
Must be able to provide proper documentation to work in the USA.
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