Earn More Right Away — Up to 4 Pay Raises Your First Year
Earn more right away by joining our team of elite professional drivers and get experienced driver
- 4 pay raises in the first year
- Up to $7,000 in tuition reimbursement
- Paid orientation
- Drive the best equipment, averaging
just 18 months
STUDENT DRIVING JOBS
- Must be 21 years or older
GREAT BENEFITS FOR
STUDENT TRUCK DRIVERS
Join U.S. Xpress Today to Earn Top Pay and
Get Home Daily or Weekly!
- Up to 4 Pay Raises in the 1st Year
- Flexible Home Time
- Dedicated Opportunities Available
- Great Benefits—Medical, Dental, Vision & 401k Match
- Up to $7,000 in Tuition Reimbursement
- 98% No-Touch Freight
- Newer Trucks — average 18 months old!
- Paid Orientation
- Pet Policy
- Military Veterans: GI Bill® Apprenticeship Program or Advanced Rate of Pay Program
Are you ready to join our U.S. Xpress family? Orientation is your first step. It’s a great chance for us to get to know each other, face-to-face, before you hit the road. Join us and you’ll see, first-hand, just how welcoming and friendly a successful
company can be.
LEARN MORE ABOUT ORIENTATION
Are you ready to join our US Xpress family? Orientation is your first step. It’s a great chance for us to get to know each other, face-to-face, before you hit the road. Join us and you’ll see, first-hand, just how welcoming and friendly a successful company can be.
We hold orientation sessions weekly in multiple locations across the country. The process consists of a road-driving test, DOT physical, physical standards test and a drug screening. And, yes, that’s all on our dime. You will also become familiar with our safety protocol and operation procedures, and complete some paperwork.
Orientation lasts three full days, and you’ll be paid between $58 and $66 a day depending on your location for those days if you’re hired, with $50 automatically advanced on your fuel card. We’ll provide lodging and one meal each day and may also provide transportation to the orientation site. Please let us know if you need help getting to class. We’ll see you soon!
Tunnel Hill, GA
Olive Branch, MS
THINGS TO BRING AND REMINDERS
Identification: Class A CDL and Social Security card – Your name on your social security card must read the same as your driver’s license. No metal cards, no copies, and your social security card cannot be laminated. If your SS card is laminated, you have to have a letter from the social security office showing you have a new card on order plus a certified copy of your birth certificate and/or passport. Laminated social security cards will not be accepted.
Employment Verifications: If you have any type of self-employment, military experience, or jobs that are out of business, you need to fax documents for those time frames to your recruiter before orientation. Bring the originals to orientation. We have to verify every job you have held for the last 3 years. Please be sure your recruiter has a working number to all of your jobs in the last 3 years. Please bring truck driving school transcripts and a certificate if you are a student driver.
Personal Items: 1-2 weeks of clothing, bedding, personal hygiene items, bath towels, and alarm clock. Greyhound allows 1 carry-on (25lb or less) and 1 checked bag (50lbs or less) free of charge. All other bags are at your expense.
The company provides a Greyhound bus ticket to orientation. If you elect to drive, U.S. Xpress will reimburse fuel expense up to the price of the Greyhound bus ticket. Keep fuel receipts and turn them in at orientation.
Money for personal use: Cash for breakfast and dinner for the 3 days of orientation and emergencies.
Direct Deposit: Void check for direct deposit.
You must complete a call to be scheduled for orientation after your recruiter approves you.
You must be in the hotel lobby by 6:00 a.m. the day of class, so your recruiter can take you to orientation.
STUDENT DRIVER WITH
U.S. XPRESS TODAY
Join U.S. Xpress today and get up to 4 pay raises your first year – Plus up to $7,000 in
EVERY DRIVER HAS A STORY. LET U.S.
HELP WRITE YOURS
Watch the Real Story of Kennedy, a Student Driver with U.S. Xpress
Originally from Ghana in western Africa, Kennedy was laid off his job as a machinist. Fortunately, a friend suggested trucking as a career, and U.S. Xpress as an ideal place for recent grads.
Watch Kennedy’s story to see how we can help you shape the story of your life.