CDL-A Regional & OTR Owner Operator Truck Driver

Want more? Try deBoer! deBoer owner operator truck driving opportunities offer STEADY MILES & GREAT PAY Owner operators can find steady miles and great pay with deBoer regional and long haul truck driving opportunities! deBoer offers driving professionals the best of both worlds with a small- company feel and BIG-company miles. Team up with us to increase your earnings and enjoy flexible home time! What does deBoer offer owner operators? The advantages you really want! Excellent earning potential‚€”our top O/Os have averaged $175,000-$182,500 Outstanding weekly miles‚€”drive 2,500-3,000 on average (Little to NO Northeast Freight) Flexible home time‚€”be out 10-14 days; earn 1 day home for every 7 out Unbeatable support ‚€“ you want to be heard, we're ready to listen What else can deBoer owner operators expect? Fuel surcharge on loaded miles Expert fuel program at NO COST Lumpers with receipts & certified scale tickets Toll reimbursements (with receipts) does not include Illinois & Texas tolls Insurance options‚€”Bobtail, plates & permits, worker's comp, occupational accident, physical damage Detention, stop, drop & pick-up pay National account discounts through Maintenance Fund No force dispatch Free use of company car at Blenker, WI, and Cedar Hill terminals Free lodging at Blenker, WI, terminal deBoer Transportation, Inc., opened its doors in 1967 as a small, family-run cattle hauler out of Blenker, Wisconsin. Since then, we've grown into a full service Smartway Carrier with nationwide customers. We want to share our success! Call deBoer recruiters now to learn more about our long haul and regional truck driving opportunities. O/O truck requirements: Must be able to handle loaded weight of 44,500 minimum (see Josh for exceptions) Truck weight must be 19,500 empty 10 years old or newer model Must be able to pass Level 1 DOT inspection Clean truck with good body ‚€“ driver must submit truck photos (front, back, both sides) We welcome fleet owners with multiple trucks!

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