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Buffalo, NY
Up to $1,825 a week
CDL A Regional Dedicated Truck Driver - $500 New Hire Transition Bonus - Earn up to $95,000 Annually Pay/Home Time: • Drivers... Read More
Wilmington, DE
$250 a day
CDL A Regional Dedicated Truck Driver - Home Every Other Day!! Pay/Home Time: Drivers average $85,000 annually Earn $0.63 CPM... Read More
Gastonia, NC
$1,300 a week
CDL-A Truck Driver - $1,300 Guaranteed Weekly Pay - New Hire Transition Bonus Runs NC, SC, TN, KY and VA Guaranteed weekly pay:... Read More
Swedesboro, NJ
Up to $87,000 a year
CDL A Dedicated OTR Truck Driver - Home Weekends!! Pay: Earn up to $0.66 CPM Drivers average up to $87,000 annually Paid... Read More
Madison, OH
Up to $1,825 a week
CDL A Regional Dedicated Truck Driver - $500 New Hire Transition Bonus - Earn up to $95,000 Annually Pay/Home Time: • Drivers... Read More
Erie, PA
Up to $1,825 a week
CDL A Regional Dedicated Truck Driver - $500 New Hire Transition Bonus - Earn up to $95,000 Annually Pay/Home Time: • Drivers... Read More
Miamisburg, OH
Up to $250 a day
CDL-A Truck Driver - Home Weekly - New Hire Transition Bonus! Runs OH, IL, IN and other areas as needed Starting at $0.55 CPM... Read More
Salina, KS
From $1,350 a week
CDL A Truck Driver - Guaranteed $1,350 per week plus New Hire Transition Bonus! Regional lanes in NE, KS, MO, CO, OK and IA... Read More
Davenport, IA
$80,600 a year
CDL-A Truck Driver - Home Weekly - New Hire Transition Bonus Solo drivers guaranteed $1,350 minimum weekly Team drivers... Read More
Fremont, OH
Up to $1,825 a week
CDL A Regional Dedicated Truck Driver - $500 New Hire Transition Bonus - Earn up to $95,000 Annually Pay/Home Time: • Drivers... Read More
Cleveland, OH
Up to $1,825 a week
CDL A Regional Dedicated Truck Driver - $500 New Hire Transition Bonus - Earn up to $95,000 Annually Pay/Home Time: • Drivers... Read More
Medina, OH
Up to $1,825 a week
CDL A Regional Dedicated Truck Driver - $500 New Hire Transition Bonus - Earn up to $95,000 Annually Pay/Home Time: • Drivers... Read More
Batavia, IL
Up to $1,516 a week
Regional CDL A Dedicated Truck Driver - Home Weekly - New Hire Transition Bonus! Pay: Earn up to $0.72 CPM Drivers average up to... Read More
Dunkirk, NY
Up to $1,825 a week
CDL A Regional Dedicated Truck Driver - $500 New Hire Transition Bonus - Earn up to $95,000 Annually Pay/Home Time: • Drivers... Read More
South Bend, IN
Up to $1,825 a week
CDL A Regional Dedicated Truck Driver - $500 New Hire Transition Bonus - Earn up to $95,000 Annually Pay/Home Time: • Drivers... Read More
Columbiana, OH
Up to $2,115 a week
CDL A OTR Dedicated Truck Driver - $500 New Hire Transitional Bonus - Earn up to $105,000 Annually Pay/Home Time: • Drivers... Read More
Alpharetta, GA
From $1,350 a week
CDL-A Truck Drivers - Home Weekly!! Up to $80,600 Annually Pay: Solo drivers guaranteed $1,350 minimum weekly Team drivers... Read More
Valdosta, GA
From $1,350 a week
CDL-A Flex Truck Driver Needed - Home Daily!! Earn up to $80,600 Annually Pay: Guaranteed Minimum Weekly Earnings - $1,350 Solo... Read More
Dayton, OH
Up to $250 a day
CDL-A Truck Driver - Home Weekly - New Hire Transition Bonus! Runs OH, IL, IN and other areas as needed Starting at $0.55 CPM... Read More
Pueblo, CO
From $1,350 a week
CDL-A Solo Truck Driver - Home Daily - Guaranteed $1,350 per week - Average up to $74,854 Annually Pay: Average Annual Earnings... Read More

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A commercial driver license (CDL) is a license required to operate large, heavy, or hazardous material vehicles in the US. The class of CDL a truck driver depends on the type of commercial motor vehicle operated. A truck driver may hold a CDL in one of three classes: Class A, Class B, and Class C.

Driver Type refers to the employment arrangement a driver operates. The most common truck driver arrangements include:

  • Company Driver: Drivers employed by a specific carrier with its own fleet of trucks. Companies can be carriers that contract to transport freight, or companies that carry their own freight.
  • Lease-Purchase: Drivers hired by carriers where the truck is leased to the individual driver.
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Hauling Type (or trailer type, or equipment type) refers to the type of cargo being hauled. Different types of cargo materials require different types of trailers, and each type of trailer requires unique driver experience.

Endorsements are required certifications for CDL holders hauling various types of equipment and freight. The most common endorsements for long haul truck drivers include:

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Finding the right diesel mechanic job requires careful consideration of various factors. Research potential employers’ reputation and culture, evaluate compensation packages, and confirm that long-term growth and advancement opportunities fit with your career goals. Other factors to consider include: your own level of experience, skill and industry specialization vs the job requirements; CDL license requirements; tool requirements; location; training and professional development opportunity; work schedule, flexibility and work-life balance. For key considerations for finding a job as a heavy-duty truck diesel mechanic or technician, visit our Diesel Mechanic Job Resources.

Diesel mechanic certifications represent an industry recognized level of knowledge and expertise in a particular area of diesel engine diagnosis, repair or maintenance. These advanced certifications are offered by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and enhance a mechanic’s skill set and positively impact their qualifications and salary. Certifications may be obtained in specific areas such as gasoline and diesel engines, drive trains, brakes, suspension and steering, electronics, HVAC and preventative maintenance. For a listing of ASE certifications available specifically for heavy-duty truck mechanics, visit our Diesel Mechanic Job Resources.