CDL-A Regional Great Lakes Truck Driver Job – Marten

    Marten Transport, Ltd
    Expect the Best!
    Marten Transport, Ltd strives to be the premier supplier of time and temperature-sensitive and dry transportation and distribution services to customers in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

    CDL-A Regional Truck Driver Job
    $1,150+ Guaranteed Every Week

    Average 62 cpm with our Exclusive Pay Boosters*


    Earn a guaranteed $1,150+ every week with this regional route. Average 62 cpm and get home every week or every other weekend, depending on where you live!

    With Marten’s Exclusive Pay Boosters, drivers average 62 cpm – including detention pay, inclement weather pay, stop pay, breakdown pay, and more – all starting the second you stop!


    Truck Driver Benefits:

      • Dedicated and Regional available
      • Guaranteed Pay:  $1,150+ weekly
      • Average 62 cpm
      • Home weekly or every other weekend**
      • Exclusive Pay Boosters
      • Premium Pay – Extra 3 cpm for staying out a full work week
      • Immediate Detention
      • Inclement Weather Pay
      • Mileage, safety, and referral bonuses
      • Breakdown and Extra Stop Pay
      • Multiple Bonus Opportunities
      • Paid Orientation
      • Late-model equipment with APUs – average 2 years or newer
      • Marten is a TOP PAY Certified Carrier


    Truck Driver Qualifications:

      • Current Class A CDL
      • At least 22 years of age
      • Minimum 6 months recent OTR experience


    * 62 cpm represents the total you can earn after all of the Marten extras are added (detention pay, breakdown pay, safety bonus, mileage bonus etc.)

    ** Home time and pay may vary by hiring area and specific route details – ask a recruiter for details


    REF:  Marten Great Lakes Regional

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