Experienced CDL-A Truck Driver

Job Description:
We're hiring experienced Class A CDL drivers for a dedicated customer position that runs from Salt Lake City to various locations in Colorado.
Accepting recent grads who have earned their CDL with 140 credit hour certificate OR 4-6 months tractor trailer experience in the last 3 years.
Apply online or give us a call at 866-269-0312.
Home 1-2 times per week Earn up to $0.
45 CPM Drive new automatic equipment with bumper-to-bumper coverage Great company benefits with low cost health insurance We have a rider program and a pet policy, so bring your loved ones! 99% no-touch freight If this position sounds like something you are interested in but don't have doubles experience - don't worry, we train! We also accept recent grads who have no experience but have their 140 credit hour certificate from an accredited CDL college! Requirements to Apply Class A CDL 1 year verifiable experience in the last 3 years Doubles Endorsement for the last 6 months Good MVR and driving record - no more than 4 preventable accidents in the last 3 years No D.
O.
T reportable incidents in the last 12 months Any DUI/DWUI must be over 5 years old; any controlled substance charge must be over 10 years old.
Call us today and find out how you can earn more driving for Navajo Express: 866-269-0312 Important message from Navajo Express to all CDL holders: As of 10/2017 all commercial vehicles must be equipped with electronic on board recording devices.
This change will have an impact on your career as a professional Driver and we want to protect all Drivers in this industry by providing knowledge and education about this drastic change in our field - call us for details: 866-901-6105

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