WHY BECOME A TRUCKER?
Truck driving salaries have never been higher. The average truck driver starts at $50,000 per year. After a few short weeks of paid training, you will be on your way to seeing America and experiencing every type of scenery imaginable. Once in the driver’s seat, you will have the opportunity to choose the routes you drive. You can make your own schedule and set earning potential based on driving time. This allows you to be home on the weekends with your family if you choose. Many companies even allow you to take your spouse on the road with you or drive as a team. Best of all, drivers receive retirement and 401k benefits. Drivers are the backbone of America and demand is very high due to America’s growing economy. A career in truck driving is stable, benefited and a successful fast track. It only takes desire and dedication to achieve success in this career. For those who have the entrepreneurial fire, there are many opportunities to become an owner/operator. Now is the time to change your life.
TRUCK DRIVING BENEFITS
MAKE YOUR OWN HOURS
As your own boss, you decide what hours you are on the road and when you are able to be home. Driving takes focus and dedication and you can take satisfaction in knowing that people depend on you. The one thing you will never face in truck driving is a manager who will tell you not to work more.
No degree or previous experience is required. The employer provides all the training and experience to have a successful career when you sign up. Best of all, most companies will pay you as you are preparing to receive certification.
TRAVEL IN THE USA
How many states have you visited? The continental US offers every type of climate and scenery. From rolling hills to forest mountaintops. As a driver, you will visit more places than most will achieve in a lifetime.
In a very short time, you will achieve a higher standard of living and never have to fret about job stability. Being a truck driver involves a high level of autonomy and is unique, because in most cases you are your direct supervisor.