CDL Class A Lease Purchase Truck Driver

Average over $260K with Lease Purchase flatbed truck driving opportunities!
Your flatbed business can average $260,000+ in yearly gross revenue when you partner with Carrier One!
Carrier One Lease Purchase truck driving opportunities offer:
80% gross revenue
Predictable home time
2500 weekly mile average
Longevity, safety & referral bonus
UTBA insurance options
Paid Cargo and liability insurance
24 hr. on call driver support
No forced dispatch
Assigned dispatchers
Pre Pass Elite Pass in all trucks
2015-2017 trucks available
Qualified applicants:
Minimum 23 years of age with current Class A CDL
18 months‚€™ OTR experience
6 months‚€™ flatbed experience or willingness to train
Maximum age of tractor at time of contract ‚€“ 10 years
No flatbed experience? No worries!
Carrier One offers full flatbed training for Class A drivers with 2 years‚€™ OTR experience.
Lease Purchase flatbed opportunities now available in:
Lease Purchase drivers: Earn MORE PAY the longer you stay with Carrier One
Carrier One flatbed truck driving opportunities increase contractor pay year after year!
Stay with Carrier One‚€
(increase applied to revenue generated in last 12 months)
One year
to earn .5% of revenue.
Two years
to earn 1% of revenue.
Three years
to earn 1.5% of revenue.
Four years
to earn 2% of revenue.
For every year after four, contractor receives 2% of revenue generated in last 12 months.
Example: $200,000 revenue generated with a 2% bonus = $4,000 yearly longevity bonus
Let‚€™s talk more about flatbed truck driving opportunities at Carrier One today!
Thank you for visiting Carrier One! We‚€™re currently hiring experienced flatbedders for lease purchase opportunities across the country.
We‚€™ve got the routes to keep you busy and your income steady!
If you‚€™re looking for reliable flatbed work, take a look at the exciting positions we have available and then give us a call or APPLY RIGHT AWAY.

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