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CDL Driver in Leavitts Flatbed

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Leavitt’s CDL Drivers Run Dedicated West Coast Traffic Lanes

Predictable Weekly Wages, Paid Benefits and Industry Leading Home Time

At Leavitt’s, you’ll find exceptional training, industry-leading pay, and a job that’s built on honesty, integrity, and family since 1958. We are always looking for experienced CDL Drivers who are considering an opportunity in the flatbed trucking industry. If you’re interested in a CDL driving opportunity with Leavitt’s, applying is online and easy!  Leavitt’s Freight Service has some of the best paying CDL Flatbed trucking jobs available for West Coast Dedicated Routes. Our CDL drivers make topline pay between $1,325 & $1,750 per week.

Inexperienced CDL Drivers Welcome

Leavitt’s Freight Service hires CDL A drivers with three+ months experience.  We take special care to ensure these drivers have a safe and comfortable experience with our Driver Finishing Program.  At the same time these inexperienced CDL drivers receive the same great pay, benefits and flexibility as the rest of the team. All our drivers achieve a great work/life balance and a generous amount of time home with their family.

Leavitts CDL Driver on the Road
Leavitts CDL Driver on the Road

Additional CDL Driver Benefits

  • Paid travel to orientation – lodging, 1-meal per day provided through solo release
  • Paid training following completion of orientation, road test, and formal job offer
  • Signing Bonus Paid on Solo Release
  • Accessorial wages include Oversize Incentives, Layover, Detention and Breakdown Pay
  • No fee Per Diem option available at employee discretion
  • Drivers permitted to take trucks home
  • Our CDL Drivers receive great paid benefits:
  • Loyalty pay on day 1. Up to .06 cents per mile!
  • Medical fully paid
  • Dental fully paid
  • Vision fully paid
  • 401K with matching 4% no vesting period
  • You will be driving a company supplied late model Kenworth / Freightliner power unit – 12 Speed Auto Shift Transmissions.  Very well-maintained equipment.
  • No Flatbed Experience Necessary, Training paid at $200/day for all logged days

Contact Us

Contact us to learn more about getting started with Flatbed truck driving careers that are fully rewarding. We are hiring truck drivers for Dedicated or Regional West Coast Routes. Give us a Call (541) 215-8317 today.

CDL A Drivers for Dedicated Routes on Maxi Vehicles

If your looking for Maxi/Quad driving positions and have CDL (A) Flatbed experience we have positions available that pay over $100,000 a year depending on miles driven.  With our substantial benefits package its a substantial CDL driver job opportunity.  Providing more top paying CDL jobs.  If you are looking for with competitive pay structures and generous sign-on bonuses this could be the position for you.

If you are a CDL (A) truck driver looking for a rewarding career with a great company, you have come to the right place. Our company focuses on balancing earnings and improved quality of life. We will work with you to design a program that can meet your home time and wage expectations.

Leavitts CDL Driver on the Road

What Does CDL Stand For?

Professional truck drivers are required to obtain a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). To qualify for a CDL, all applicants must pass a written test on rules and regulations. They must also demonstrate that they can operate a commercial vehicle safely. Leavitt’s does not provide CDL training.

What are the Different Types of CDLs?

Class A CDL Driver

Class A CDL License – Any combination of vehicles weighing 26,001 or more pounds provided the vehicle(s) being towed is over 10,000 pounds. You also need this license to drive across state lines. We have vacancies for CDL (A) qualified drivers.

Class B CDL Driver

Class B CDL License – Any single vehicle weighing 26,001 or more pounds towing a vehicle, under 10,000 pounds while driving only in the state in which it was issued. Leavitt’s does not hire Class B Drivers at this time.

Benefits of Becoming a Leavitt’s CDL Driver

There is no denying that the American economy relies on the trucking industry. And we’re proud of the reputation our CDL drivers have up and down the West Coast.  Leavitt’s drivers are responsible for bringing goods on time to and from locations spread long the I 5 corridor in California, Oregon and Washington.

CDL Driver in Flatbed Hauling Commodities

It’s a Huge Industry

It’s true; the economy needs CDL drivers – so you know you will always have a job in the industry. Trucking freight volume grows every day, and the demand for new CDL drivers gets higher and higher. Companies are continually looking for dependable, trustworthy, and qualified drivers to transport their goods and products. Whether you’re looking for long haul trucking or regional trucking routes, as a driver, you will always be able to find work.

Lots of Freedom

A lot of freedom and flexibility come with being a Leavitt’s truck driver. A lot of people assume that truck drivers are never home, but most drivers can achieve the perfect work/life balance because they have the freedom to set their own schedules. For example, a Leavitt’s regional truck driver will stay in a specific region of the country, providing them with a generous amount of time spent at home with family.

CDL Driver entering Leavitts Truck
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Great Income and Benefits Package

There is a ton of income potential as a CDL driver. At Leavitt’s, you can typically earn between $1,325 – $1,750 per week with a full benefits package. 

At Leavitt’s, our CDL drivers are among the highest paid on the West Coast. Leavitt’s pay is based on Cents Per Mile (CPM). Our Flatbed qualified CDL drivers earn more based on their work and production. We also provide a comprehensive benefits package with health insurance and vision fully paid.

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