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Dedicated Team Truck Driver: $10,000 Sign On Bonus - $1000 Holiday Cash After 1st Load - $5k in 6 Mo

U.S. Xpress is offering great Dedicated Openings for Class A CDL Team Drivers. Earn great pay - up to $1100 a week per driver, receive newer equipment and excellent benefits - including Medical that starts on your first day. Receive up to a $10,000 SIGN ON BONUS/split that pays out $5,000 in first 6 months and $1,000 Holiday Cash After the First Load!
U.S. Xpress Company Drivers and Their Families Can Earn a Bachelor's or Master's degree - 100% paid for by U.S. Xpress! Call or Apply for Details! BENEFITS: Up to $10,000 Sign-On Bonus/split, $1,000 Holiday Cash After First Load, Newer Trucks, 100% No-Touch Freight, New Top Speed: 68 MPH, Great Benefits including Medical that starts on your first day!, Dental, Vision & 401K Match, Fleet Manager to Driver Ratio 25:1, 1,250 watt inverter in every US Xpress Truck, Paid Orientation, Pet Policy, NEED A DRIVING PARTNER? Check out our Team MAX Match Program. All you have to do is fill out a quick profile at www.teammaxmatch.com. Then, we'll be happy to help you find a suitable teammate. , New GI Bill?? Apprenticeship Program. Military Veterans can earn up to $82,000/yr. Don't qualify for the GI Bill??? Ask about our Advanced Rate of Pay Program for Veterans. QUALIFICATIONS: Must live within 50 miles of Knoxville, Tennessee or New Orleans, Louisiana, 21 Years or Older & CDL A, Bonus based on team split, Ask About Our Team Lease Program - Call Now For Details!, Paid orientation - upon completion and hired., U.S. Xpress Full Ride Program - must be a first seat driver for U.S. Xpress while you and/or a family member is enrolled in college. Ask a recruiter for details.

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