The Consistency You Want in an OTR Company Truck Driving Career

Whether it’s your equipment, the amount of freight you’re offered or your pay, you just want it to be dependable.


Get Up To $1,300 a Week Guaranteed!

Transitioning into a new trucking job isn't easy. Get peace of mind knowing you won't make any less than $1,200 or $1,300 a week for your first 12 weeks as a company driver with ATS.

Get the Quality You Deserve As a Company Truck Driver

Many company truck drivers tell us there’s nothing more frustrating than not making money because of something that’s out of their control. Are you stuck because your truck broke down? Not getting offered any freight? Are you still waiting on that paycheck you earned?

That’s not right.

Spend less time worrying about the things that are out of your control. When you drive for Anderson Trucking Service (ATS), you’ll get:

  • Quality equipment: Drive newer trucks and pull newer trailers that go through regular ongoing maintenance.
  • Consistent freight: Get access to a variety of freight from high-quality customers that regularly rely on ATS.
  • The paycheck you earned: You work hard to earn your paycheck. That’s why you deserve to get it when you were promised to — which is weekly at ATS.

Average 77 CPM

With ATS' Unique Pay Program

How Does ATS Company Driver Pay Work?

Company flatbed drivers and company van drivers earn percentage pay with a cents per mile (CPM) minimum. What does that mean?

As a company truck driver, you'll earn 26 percent of the transportation revenue, unless it's less than your CPM pay — which starts at 50 CPM for van drivers and 55 CPM for flatbed drivers. 

The best part is you don’t have to choose! You’ll automatically get paid whatever earns you the most money on each and every load.

Other Company Driver Benefits

  • Average company driver pay is 77 CPM
  • PET POLICY: One cat or dog is allowed in the truck (ask driver consultant for details)
  • Per diem at no cost to the driver
  • Increased tarping pay
  • 50 percent over-dimensional pay
  • $1,000 orientation completion bonus
  • Guaranteed home time every two weeks when requested
  • Consistent miles
  • Newer equipment
  • Options to grow your career by hauling bigger freight
  • Vacation pay
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Disability insurance
  • 401(k)/profit-sharing plan
  • Flexible spending accounts
  • Employee assistance program
  • ELDs in EVERY TRUCK since 2009
  • APUs and inverters in EVERY company driver truck
  • Refrigerators can be added upon request
  • Flights, car rentals, single rooms and all meals at orientation covered (spouses are welcome!)

Company Driver Requirements:

  • Must be at least 21 years old
  • Valid Class A CDL driver’s license
  • Must have at least six months verifiable OTR experience
  • Must meet DOT requirements
  • Must have a stable, verifiable work history and acceptable driving record
Work With a Reliable Trucking Company
Drive quality equipment while pulling consistent, well-paying freight when you join ATS — and get the paycheck you earned every week.

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