CDL-A Lease Truck Driving job

Job Description:
Lease Target Account Drivers on this account will be dedicated to our customer, Target.
Drivers in this fleet should expect to primarily deliver loads in and around Chicago, and areas in IN and MI.
Drivers on this account can expect to be home weekly.
Company drivers in this fleet are eligible for an availability incentive which brings their weekly pay to $1,150/week (gross) if available for 6 days for dispatch.
Details Drop & Hook Freight Passenger & pet policy Direct Deposit E-Logs Pre-Planned Dispatch Trucks Equipped with Best Pass and PrePass Trucks Governed at 68mph Hirschbach App-scan paperwork, get payroll information, receive mobile comm messages and much more from your phone Detention Pay Breakdown Pay Layover Pay Full-Service Maintenance Plan - covers all mechanical parts for one low per mile cost EQUIPMENT 2016 - 2019 Trucks Inverter - Built-in Refrigerator 24' Tv with Free DirecTv Free Sirius XM Radio BONUS PAY Quarterly incentive - Up to $3,500 per quarter ( based on safety, on-time delivery, and fuel efficiency) $2,000 Driver Referral Incentive ORIENTATION Paid Transportation, Meals, & Hotel.
$1,000 Orientation Completion Incentive.
Orientation Locations East Dubuque, IL Denton, TX Atlanta, GA PAY INFORMATION Lease operators pay only $.
99 per gallon of fuel regardless of the pump price.
Additional charges may be incurred if operators: Exceed 5% miles out of route (national average/mpg roughly $.
65 per excess mile at current fuel prices) Exceed idle fuel consumption of 10 gallons per week (excess gallons consumed idling to be charged at the national average price for that week) Exceed 50 gallons of fuel purchased at unauthorized locations during the week will receive a $.
25 per gallon charge for each excess gallon (Pilot/Flying J network represent 95% of the current recommended authorized gallons) Rate of Pay Length of Haul CPM LDD & MT LOH Practical 1 20 2.
51 21 75 1.
66 76 150 1.
51 151 275 1.
36 276 425 1.
11 426 600 1.
01 601 800 1.
01 801 1000 0.

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