CDL-A Truck Driver - more earning power

CDL-A truck driver teams at Cargo Transporters can enjoy consistent miles, great home time and competitive pay!

Professional truck driver teams like yours deserve outstanding OTR opportunities that offer GREAT MILES, EXCELLENT HOME TIME and MORE EARNING POWER!¬  We have everything your team needs to build a great CDL-A truck driver career‚€”from our 24/7 maintenance shop and free fitness center to our extensive training program for recent CDL-A truck driver grads!

NEW Pet Policy!

At Cargo Transporters, furry companions ride, too! For the first time in company history, Cargo is implementing a pet policy for all drivers, so you can bring your dog along for the ride! ¬ 

  • $300 non-refundable deposit

  • 60 lbs. limit for non-aggressive dog breeds

In 2017, top performing Cargo drivers earned annual salaries as high as $73,500, with average annual pay climbing as high as $59,000!

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Cargo offers team truck drivers:

  • NC runs to the West Coast and Northwest

  • Pay starting at 26 CPM/per driver

  • Average 5,000 miles per week

  • Excellent Home Time

  • Personal Dispatches

  • Automatic Shift Transmissions

  • Detention Pay after 2 Hours

  • Layover pay

  • Optional Per Diem Pay

  • Well-Maintained Equipment

  • Dry Van, Large Percentage One Stop Loads

  • Family Atmosphere / Accessible Management

  • 7 Paid Holidays

  • Two Weeks Paid Vacation

  • 401(K) with Company Match

  • BC/BS Insurance

  • VA Approved

  • Latest Technology, Omitracs, Navigation

  • Company subsidized Satellite TV

  • Company provided Refrigerators

  • Company provided Sirius/XM Radio Satellite

CDL-A Truck Driver Requirements:

  • 1 year OTR Experience

  • No more than 4 moving violations in the past 3 years

  • No DUI's in the past 5 years

Not quite ready for the road? Don't forget Cargo also offers an extensive finishing program for recent trucking school graduates with Class A CDL.

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