Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the answers to most of the questions that drivers frequently have. If you have any additional questions, contact us!

40% of our drivers are home daily. The rest of our drivers are home every 3-10 days depending on the route.
Our drivers make on average $57,000 - $100,000 or more.
Our hauls span from the Mountain West into California, Texas, and the Midwest.
We have both slip seat as well as dedicated lane positions open, both for Solo and Team Dedicated Routes!
We run Kenworths, Peterbilts, and Frightliners. Our trucks are on average 1.5 years old, with none of them being older than 3 years old.
We haul livestock and dry freight. We offer training to help drivers know how to haul livestock.
We prefer drivers with at least two years of experience. If you don't have two years yet, we have great training options for drivers with their CDL. Typically, we prefer drivers with 6 months of experience for the training program.
Nope, we don't require a HAZMAT endorsement.
You betcha! We understand the benefit of bringing your companion along, we just require a cleaning deposit to make sure the truck is ready for the driver.
You betcha! There are a few forms to fill out ahead of time before a rider can get on the truck.
We have Utah terminals in St. George and Aurora. We also have a Nevada terminal in Las Vegas.
We understand orientation can be a drag when you are ready to get working, so we keep orientation to half a day.
We offer quarterly fuel bonuses and safety bonuses to every driver. We also offer a number of paid vacation days.
We off health, dental, and vision insurance. We also cover 100% of our drivers short-term disability insurnace.
No, we require our drivers to already have a CDL. However, we do offer training for drivers with little experience.

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