Class A CDL Company Truck Driver - Home Weekly, I-5 Corridor 11 Western

Company Name:
Knight Transportation
Position Type:
Full-time
CDL-A Company Truck Driver (Regional Dry Van & Refrigerated Freight)What's your why? Choose the Right Path,Your PathYou're connected to other drivers by a common calling for the road. Beyond that, your hopes and dreams are uniquely your own. At Knight, we work as a family, but we know that families are made of individual people and individual motivations. That's why we offer more choices to drivers than any carrier in America. For you. And your own path.Regional Freight within the 11 Western States or Lanes in Canada!Drivers from the states of OR and WA enjoy weekly hometime with lanes along the I-5 corridorPay ChoicesHometime ChoicesBonus ChoicesRiders & Pets Welcome, TooGeneral Qualifications-- 21 years of age or above-- Minimum 3 months current OTR experience-- DOT physical and functional capacity testingAbout Knight TransportationKnight Regional Dry Van and Refrigerated positions offer Professional Class A CDL Truck Drivers great freight lanes in the 11 Western States or lanes into Canada. Full and part-time positions are available. Truck drivers from the states or Oregon and Washington enjoy weekly hometime with regional lanes along the I-5 corridor. Other regional lanes offer express lanes in addition to home weekly. Truck drivers enjoy a choice of daily or weekly pay along with a pet and rider policy. Knight drivers can qualify for a $.01 raise per mile at 6 and 12 months, as well as earn a $.05 per mile quarterly bonus. Knight offers 27 Service Centers for truck drivers to call home while on the road, along with fuel efficient modern equipment. Lease purchase after just 90 days as a company driver. Complete benefits package with 401(k). With all of these great choices and earning potential, it's never been a better time to DriveKnight!

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