Why Drive?

As a licensed commercial driver, you can qualify for:

  • medical and dental coverage
  • life insurance
  • paid vacation (based on the number of miles driven)
  • bonus pay for longevity and good driving history.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, graduates of top driver training schools often earn as much as $35,000 as base salaries, with incentives of $20,000 or more.

With new laws that limit the number of hours a driver can stay on the road, competition for skilled drivers will become even more intense. Therefore, industry experts predict that driver's base salaries will rise to the $50,000 range within the next decade.

Shake loose your preconceived notions of what a "Truck Driver" looks like. Today, most drivers dress comfortably, but professionally, so they can interact with clients at shipping warehouses and at retail destinations.

Drivers enjoy clean, comfortable cabs with satellite radio and Internet connections that can keep them linked to the world and to loved ones.

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