CDL A Truck Driver – Elite Fleet - $83,000-$93,000 Annually - Hogan

    2 Full Days Home every 2 weeks
    Hogan
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    Hogan is one of the largest, fastest growing, and most respected transportation service providers in the US.
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    Now Hiring CDL-A Drivers for Dedicated Runs

    Call Today: 866-507-9521

    This position is for an Elite Utility Driver for our Dedicated Division.

     

    Hogan offers our Dedicated CDL-A Truck Drivers:

      • Average Annual Pay of $83,000-$93,000
      • 2 Full Days Home every 2 weeks
      • Newer Equipment
      • Vacation and Holiday Pay
      • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, 401(k)

     

    Hogan Requires:

      • Valid Class A CDL
      • Hazmat Endorsement (Hogan will reimburse you!)
      • 1 year of recent tractor-trailer experience

     

    Hogan is one of the most trusted names in full-sized trucking with over 100 years of experience on the road. We are adding more Dedicated routes for Class A CDL truck drivers seeking more balance between home time and time on the road. We also have Owner Operator and recent CDL-A Graduate opportunities. Whatever your route choice, we’ve got you covered because when you succeed, we succeed.

    To find the route that fits you best, call now and speak with a recruiter 866-507-9521. Know where your next mile is coming from.

     

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