THE NEWEST TRUCKS.
The average age of our trucks is less than 2 years.
US Xpress, the second-largest privately held trucking company, is proud to announce an increase in the base mileage pay for Over-the-Road (OTR) solo truck drivers by an average of 13% and the elimination of the sliding pay scale. US Xpress team pay is already in the top 5% in the industry. With this increase, all US Xpress drivers will earn a base pay rate that is in the top 5-10% in the industry. This increase was implemented along with other compensation changes to ensure the company continues to recruit and retain the industry’s elite and most qualified drivers. “The trucking industry has and will always remain the lifeblood of the U.S. economy. More importantly, our industry needs to celebrate professional, career drivers and better reward them for the hard work they do day in and day out to safely deliver freight on time and without incident,” said Max Fuller, Chief Executive Officer. “Our goal is to become the carrier of choice for safe, career-minded professional truck drivers,” he continued.
US Xpress can offer you a career in trucking in virtually every type of professional driving job or route you can imagine. Whether you're interested in driving solo or as a team, OTR vs. dedicated or regional route, you're a company driver or an independent contractor, we have the pay and the freight to get you on the road with the stability to keep you rolling. Plus, as your career evolves with us, so too can your truck driving opportunities, ensuring your job is always a good fit for your lifestyle. So if you are looking for a high-paying career in the trucking industry – no one delivers like US Xpress.
- No Sliding Pay Scale for Solo OTR Truck Drivers
- Significant Pay Increase
- Flat Rate Plus Mileage Bonus
- New Pay Increase for CDL grads/student truck drivers
- No Sliding Pay Scale – 4 raises in the first year
for THE Team Company
- Earn 44-48 CPM - Plus 22 CPM Monthly Mileage Bonus
Click to hear US Xpress COO Max Fuller discuss new pay raise.