Many OTR flatbed truck drivers want to grow their careers by hauling bigger and heavier freight, but they tell us their current carrier doesn’t provide a path to get there.
You work too hard to get stuck in a rut of hauling freight that doesn’t excite you. Let Anderson Trucking Service (ATS) help you reach your goals. Want to haul over-dimensional and heavy haul freight? Learn how to tie down the loads properly, how to work with pilot car and police escorts and all the other things it takes to become a heavy haul truck driver.
Whether or not you want to haul over-dimensional freight (and it’s perfectly fine if you don’t), you deserve the option to haul a variety of things — not just sticks and bricks.
Get the variety you’re looking for with ATS. From freight options that range from construction equipment to jet engines to a variety of trailers to pull, no two days have to be the same — unless you want them to be. You make the choice.
Based on REAL weekly averages for ATS flatbed company drivers
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