CDL-A - Truck Driver: Dedicated - Drivers avg $1,800 - $2,000+/wk!
Take advantage of one of our highest-paying dedicated routes today! $750 Hiring Bonus on your first paycheck!
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Hurry, this exclusive, dedicated Marten route will fill up fast. You'll average $1,800 to $2,000+ per week! Plus, apply today and get an extra $750 on your first check. No carrier pays you better than Marten. Marten even pays when you're stopped. You'll get up to $250 per day in inclement weather pay, up to $195 per day in detention pay and up to $250 per day in layover pay with our amazing benefits. Call or apply today to get started right away!
- Drivers avg $1,800 - $2,000+/wk
- Get More Home Time
- $750 Hiring Bonus on 1st Paycheck
- Weekend Pay = $100 per day
- Detention Pay = Up to $195 per day
- Inclement Weather Pay = Up to $250 per day
- Layover Pay = Up to $250 per day
- Weekend Layover Pay = Up to $300 per day
- Late-model equipment with APUs - average 2 years or newer
- DriveWyze Carrier
- Health, Dental, Vision & 401k
- Paid Vacation
- LATE MODEL FLEET under two years average age
- Automatic TRANSMISSION trucks improve fuel economy and are driver friendly
- GRILLE GUARDS protect drivers and equipment from unnecessary down-time associated with animal collisions
- Top Speed - 68 mph passing feature - governed at 65mph jump to 68mph to allow passing
- Pet Policy
- Current CDL-A
- At least 22 years of age
- Minimum 6 months recent qualified CDL-A driving experience
- Home time and pay may vary by hiring area and specific route details ask a recruiter for details
- Marten does not provide CDL training
Call 920-214-0011 to talk to a recruiter today or Apply Online now!
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