New Team Lease Program—Be Your Own Boss and Drive a NEW 2015 Freightliner

There’s never been a better time to start your own truck-driving business as a lease driver. It’s easy with the new US Xpress team lease program—and you’ll be driving a 2015 Freightliner Evolution!

Start today with a $3,500 Sign on Bonus. Your team will earn $0.92/Mile (non-hazmat miles) to $1.00/Mile (hazmat miles), plus a fuel surcharge on an average of 5,000+ miles per week! Plus, your new 2015 Freightliner will be backed by a 5-year, 550,000-mile warranty and the unmatched support that comes with driving for US Xpress—The Team Company.

Click to calculate how much you will earn as an Independent Contractor.

So don't wait! Call a US Xpress recruiter today! 866-809-4350.



2015 Freightliner Evolution features:

  • Detroit DD 15 Engine with 455 HP
  • Manuel 10 Speed with Overdrive
  • 3.31 Ratio
  • 6 Aluminum Wheels
  • Air Slide 5th Wheel
  • 72” Double Bunk Condo Sleeper
  • Clean Idle Certified Engine
  • 4 year, 550,000 miles – Starter, Alternator, HVAC

Team Lease Purchase Benefits:

  • Earn $0.92/Mile (non-hazmat miles) to $1.00/Mile (hazmat miles) plus a fuel surcharge on ALL dispatched miles
  • $3,500 SIGN-ON BONUS
  • Average 5,000+ Miles Per Week
  • 2015 Freightliner Evolution: Detroit DD 15 Engine w/455 HP
  • 5-Year, 550,000 Mile Warranty
  • First Two Weekly Payments are Deferred
  • 24/7 Breakdown Service
  • Maintenance Advisor Program – No Charge
  • Paid base plates and permits
  • Weekly Settlements
  • EZ Pass and Pre-Pass
  • ATBS Business Services – tax and accounting guidance
  • And More!

Why Lease-to-Own with US Xpress:

  • Be your OWN BOSS with a 2015 Freightliner
  • Support of the 6th largest trucking company in the industry
  • Confidence and financial security
  • Consistent freight to keep you on the road
  • Higher income
  • Great tax benefits


  • CDL A and 1 year experience
  • Bonus and pay based on team split

Talk to a recruiter now! Call 866-809-4350.

North Carolina Residents only—additional fees could be added based on state requirements