Regional truck driving jobs are the middle ground between OTR and local jobs. As a regional truck driver, you’ll haul dedicated or dry van freight for longer distances than local drivers but shorter distances than OTR drivers. Regional drivers travel within one area and return home more frequently.
Make great money in the driver’s seat. How much do regional truck drivers earn? You may average 2,000 to 2,500 miles a week. While you earn pay per mile, you have plenty of chances to beef up your wallet.
Get a longevity bonus in five years, or refer friends to make more. Your potential salary helps you pay for the things that matter.
Not all regional trucking jobs are suitable for teams. For larger areas and longer routes, you may want a co-driver by your side. Regional teams haul freight in double time, earning more each week. Run more miles with another driver and know that someone’s always looking out for you.
Operate a truck with enhanced safety features, double bunks, and a built-in fridge. You’ll feel comfortable and proud in an updated Freightliner, Peterbilt, or Volvo. After all, your truck is your home on the road. Get access to new and updated equipment when you drive with Wilson Logistics.
It’s never too late to learn something new. Earn your Class A CDL and practice driving a tractor-trailer. Our CDL training program pairs you with a professional driver. You’ll study for your CDL exam and team drive after obtaining your license. Get $900 of guaranteed weekly pay during CDL team driving. Who could say no to that? If you’re excited to drive as soon as possible, our accelerated training program helps you get in a truck faster—ask us about it!
– Alex Younk