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CDL Driver

Job Description:
Brothers Auto Transport is currently seeking energetic, highly motivated Class-A CDL drivers to drive through the Northeast, Central Atlantic and Upper Midwest states.
You will be responsible for operating a company owned car hauler and handling the loading and unloading of new automobiles.
Our driver's average $80k, and can make as much as $120k!We are a family oriented regional carrier operating a fleet of 102 company owned automotive transporters.
Join our successful auto transport company and start making great money today!Compensation /
Benefits:$1.
10 - $1.
50 per mile$7.
50 - $14.
50 per car loaded / unloadedMost drivers are home on the weekendsPaid orientationBonus service pay 0.
5% per year (up to 10 years)Medical, Dental, Vision InsuranceShort term / long term disability401k (after the first year)Responsibilities:Deliver vehicles between production and delivery operationsPerform tasks independently with minimal supervisionCommunicate with team members regularly on assignmentsMust meet delivery deadlinesPhysical Requirements:Requires frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 60 poundsMust be able to bend, kneel, twist, squat, stand and climb to secure loadMust be able to walk and climb a ladderJob Requirements / Qualifications:Must be 23 years of age (if 22, we can make an exception)2 years Class-A CDL experienceMaintain a clean driving record and Class-A CDLDOT drug screen / physicalTWIC card (we can help you get it)No DUIs in the last 3-5 years Benefits $1.
10-$1.
50 CPM on loaded miles $7.
50-$14.
50 paid per car loaded Most drivers are home on the weekends Paid orientation Bonus service pay of .
5% per year Medical/Dental/Vision insurance Short term/ long term disability insurance 401K retirement (after the first year) Job requirements Valid Class-A CDL Must be 23 years of age 2 years Class-A CDL experience Must pass DOT physical/ drug screen TWIC card (we can help you obtain) No DUIs in the last 5 years

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