The dream of becoming a truck driver at Service One Transportation is achieved through sacrifice, risk-taking, and hard work—three traits synonymous with truck driving jobs.
A career as a truck driver can be demanding, but for those looking to make a great living through their own hard work, the reward can be felt on both a personal and financial level.
Start by Finding A Local CDL Class A Course
Before hitting the road, you must first get your CDL Class A, and it may be a good choice to attend a training course if you want to get to work as fast as possible. Nothing in the world of trucking is given, so finding your footing in a credible training program is particularly important toward long-term success.
CDL-A truck driver training can take as few as 3 to 6 weeks to complete. But your CDL program may take up to 3 months depending on your school and its scheduling options.
Fortunately, many CDL schools will work with you if you do have a current job or other obligations. Your training will be longer than 3-6 weeks, but if you continue to push yourself, you can still obtain your license in 3 months or less.
Regulations to Drive Intrastate in Wisconsin
To drive intrastate in Wisconsin, you must be at least 18 years old and have held a driver’s license for a minimum of two years. If you are 21 or older, you are permitted to drive interstate, or across state lines. When applying for your CDL, you must prove Wisconsin residency, and have a valid social security number with the physical card. You also will need to show you carry insurance, and you may need to have a medical exam and a TSA background check.
Once you have obtained your CDL-A, you are ready to start your new Wisconsin Truck Driving career.
Your new Career is Vital
Truck driving is a job that is vital to the success of the nation. As an OTR driver, you will be rewarded with higher pay, potential signing bonuses, and a wonderful way to see America!
As you gain more experience behind the wheel with Service One Transportation and develop an on-time, incident-free record, you will open more doors toward future opportunities with our family first philosophy.
Benefits of Becoming A Professional Driver at Service One Transportation
Regardless of your route preference, a career in trucking comes with several benefits. Drivers are in increasingly high demand, and Service One Transportation are compensating them with recent model trucks, health benefits, paid time off, retirement plans, and so much more because of it.
At Service One Transportation not only do we have great pay per mile, but we make sure your compensation covers all the work you do. That means our company drivers get paid for stops, wait time, lay overs, unloading assistance if required.
Bonus-As a company driver with Service One Transportation, you can earn additional compensation each quarter based on your individual performance in the areas of safety, professionalism and miles driven.
If you are looking for your dream career as a CDL Driver in Wisconsin, look no further than Service One Transportation. For more information contact us at https://www.serviceonetransportation.com/truck-driving-jobs/