Make Up to $1700 / week – Regional Route – CDL A Heavy Haul Drivers – $5K Sign-on Bonus

Off most weekends for 34-hour re



You spoke. We listened. Right now, earn MORE with our NEW Industry-Leading Pay Packages for regional routes or over-the-road routes when you drive for TWT Refrigerated Service as a CDL-A Truck Driver hauling vital goods like beef, frozen fries, beverages, paper and paint. PLUS – for a limited time, you can earn a $5k Sign-On Bonus! Don’t wait – Apply Now!


  • Driver Type: Experienced CDL-A Heavy Haul Truck Drivers
  • Equipment Type: Heavy Haul
  • Route Type: Regional Routes
  • Division: Division 310
  • Terminal: Spokane, WA
  • Home Time: Off most weekends for 34-hour reset


  • Weekly Pay: Average Weekly Pay is $1,500.00 / per week. (Average Annual Pay $78,000.00 / per year.)
  • Top Earners: Top Earners Make Up to $1,700.00 / per week. (Top Earners Annual Pay $88,400.00 / per year.)
  • Transition Pay: We offer a $1,600 transition package
  • Bonus: Earn a $5k Sign-On Bonus, when you Apply Now!


  • Home Time: Off most weekends for 34-hour reset
  • Home time varies by division. This opportunity is for Division 310.
  • TWT Refrigerated offers many different route options for truck drivers.
  • Which route is right for you? Speak with a recruiter, and we can find out together!


    Benefits are available to enroll in after the eligibility waiting period has been met.

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Health savings account
  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Life insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Transition Pay
  • Orientation Pay
  • Vacation time, and more!
  • For more information on benefits,


  • Must have a valid Class A CDL
  • Must be 21 years of age or older
  • 4+ months of driving experience required
  • Ideally 1 year truck driving experience preferred, but not necessary
  • A safe driving record on the road

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  • Required: Background Check required
  • Required: Clean Drug Test required
  • Required: Clean Clearinghouse result required

    Do you have a CDL-A? If you are looking for big company resources with a small company feel, you have found the right place to call home. Drive for TWT Refrigerated Service, and receive great pay packages and excellent benefits like; transition and orientation pay, vacation time, good home time, medical and dental, 401K, and so much more. TWT Refrigerated Service has been hauling what builds & feeds America since 1972! Today, we are still keeping the country running with great drivers like you behind the wheel. You belong here, come drive with us!

    Your safety is always paramount to us. When you drive for TWT Refrigerated Service, you will drive the newest refrigerated van and heavy haul trucks equipped with cutting edge technologies for your comfort and safety.

  • Our fleet of refrigerated and heavy haul dry vans have cutting-edge technologies, driver amenities, & best-in-class equipment
  • The average age of tractors is just 2.5 years
  • Every tractor has a lane departure & forward-collision warning system, hard brake monitoring, and a satellite communication device installed.
  • 24/7/365 road service staff & shops
  • If a truck needs repairs, it’s not going out until it is 100% ready to hit the road again safely with you at the wheel. You can count on that!
  • COVID-19 Compliant
  • Award-winning app made for drivers by drivers.
  • Receive real-time updates and alerts, access your pay, current trip data, messages/notifications, available PTO, contact information, and so much more!

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