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Owner Operator Truck Driving Job with $163,000 - $215,000 average salary

Atlas is signing on CDL-A Owner Operator drivers and team drivers for the Commercial Truckload Division, an owner operator fleet that runs all 48 (coast to coast and regional options) transporting truckload dry-van shipments. What our drivers like the most is our freight is lightweight (typically 15,000 - 25,000 lbs. of new products, office furniture, store fixtures or trade show items), which is easy on an owner operator's rig and fuel budget! The freight is notouch, which means you deliver the trailer and others do the work to load and unload.
Owner Operator Truck Driver Settlements:
$3,250 Sign On Bonus
$1.51 - $1.63 per mile average pay and $163,000 - $215,000 average annual gross
Mileage Bonus Program: Averages $2,500+ in the 1st year (averages $4,000+ in the 2nd year and continues to increase based on years of service.)
Expected miles (per week) Solo: 2,200 - 2,500+ / Teams: 3,100 - 4,000
Owner Operator Truck Driver Benefits:
Fuel Surcharge paid on all dispatched miles - Loaded & Empty Miles
Nationwide fuel discounts at TA, Pilot, Flying J, Petro, Love's, Roady's and others!
Tolls Paid Nationwide
Paid Detention Pay
Paid Permits and Cargo Liability Insurance
ComData Fuel Card and FREE PrePass
Health, Dental and Life Insurance
Free Blue Beacon truck washes
Nationwide tire discounts and Clothing Allowance
Bobtail insurance is included in contract
Cell Phone Reimbursement (up to $50 monthly)
Pets Allowed (no cost)
Requirements:
CDL-A with 1 year OTR
It takes good, hard working and dedicated people to make a great company. This is what you will find in the people you will work with at Atlas. Your orientation is face to face, where we not only introduce you to the company, we listen to you and your expectations. While upgrading your career and lifestyle through great pay, benefits, and a partnership where you matter, we also hope to put a smile on your face!
Call today to start your phone application 844-860-6369

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