CDL-A Truck Driver Jobs:
Guaranteed $70,000/yr minimum pay
Top Drivers $100,000
Guaranteed minimum weekly paycheck on every route!
$750 Hiring Bonus!
No carrier pays you better than Marten. With our weekly guaranteed pay, drivers are taking home a minimum of $70,000 yearly. Our top drivers are earning up to $100,000 or more every year. For a limited time, we're offering a $750 hiring bonus on your first paycheck. Marten even pays when you're stopped. You'll get bad weather, detention, and layover pay with our amazing benefits. Call or apply today to get started right away!
Let Marten take care of you like no other carrier.
Call or apply today to get started right away!
- Fleet Safety Award Winner - Wisconsin Motor Carrier Association
- $70,000 Guaranteed Yearly Salary
- Top Drivers Earn $100,000 Yearly
- $1,350 Guaranteed Weekly Pay
- More Home Time
- $750 Hiring Bonus on 1st paycheck
- Detention Pay = Up to $195 per day
- Inclement Weather Pay = Up to $250 per day
- Layover Pay = Up to $250 per day
- Weekend Layover Pay = Up to $300 per day
- DriveWyze Carrier
- Late-model equipment with APUs - average 2 years or newer
- Health, Dental, Vision & 401k
- Paid Vacation
- LATE MODEL FLEET under two years average age
- Automatic TRANSMISSION trucks improve fuel economy and are driver friendly
- GRILLE GUARDS protect drivers and equipment from unnecessary down-time associated with animal collisions
- Top Speed - 68 mph passing feature - governed at 65mph jump to 68mph to allow passing
- Pet Policy
- Current CDL-A
- At least 22 years of age
- Minimum 6 months recent qualified CDL-A driving experience
- Home time and pay may vary by hiring area and specific route details ask a recruiter for details
- Marten does not provide CDL training
Ready to Expect The Best? Apply Now!
Complete the form below and advance to Marten's quick and easy one page driver application or call to speak to a recruiter
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