Regional/Dedicated Van Company Driver

Consistent freight, consistent pay, consistent home time.

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The Routine You’re Looking for in a Truck Driving Career

One of the toughest parts of a truck driving job is the inconsistency that comes with it. From how much freight you’ll find this week — and, therefore, how much you’ll get paid — to figuring out the next time you’ll be able to go home, it can be a lot.

With a regional or dedicated route with Anderson Trucking Service (ATS), you’ll know what to expect this week, next week and every week — including weekly home time. Build quality relationships with your customers as you consistently move their freight.

Other Regional/Dedicated Van Company Driver Benefits

  • Average company driver pay is 75 CPM
  • Company van drivers start at 50-52 CPM based on experience
  • $1,000 orientation completion bonus
  • PET POLICY: One cat or dog is allowed in the truck (ask driver consultant for details)
  • Get home weekly
  • Per diem at no cost to the driver
  • Consistent miles
  • Newer equipment
  • 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

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Earn $1,300-$1,800 WEEKLY

Based on REAL weekly averages for ATS van regional/dedicated company drivers

Midwest Regional Hiring Area

Anderson Trucking Service Midwest Regional Hiring Areas_Updated 1-2024

Get the Consistency You've Been Looking for in a Truck Driving Career
You’ll know what to expect every week — including weekly home time. Plus, you can build quality relationships with your customers as you consistently move their freight.
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