All You Need to Know
Yes, you must have your own truck and it should be a diesel.
To most of the lower 48 states and all 10 Canadian provinces.
No. We have plenty for the U.S.
No, we do not force dispatch. But drivers who are the most flexible will get the most loads.
Pay is based on a per mile rate and is processed when delivery is complete.
You can run as much or as little as you like, but, again, drivers who accept the most loads are offered the most.
You will speak to or email with a dispatcher for each load.
No. Our approach is to have drivers come back and get another load rather than wait for back hauls.
You must keep logs. Most drivers use an app on their phones rather than paper logs.
Drivers are allowed 11-hours of driving within a 14-hour work day.
Yes. You are considered a commercial vehicle.
Yes. You must follow all FMCSA regulations regarding Commercial Motor Vehicles.
No. The lease agreement you sign with us expressly prohibits you from running elsewhere.
Riders are discouraged but allowed if over the age of 18 and approved by our company.
Orientations are at our corporate office in Middlebury, Indiana and lasts for about half a day.
We deliver primarily fifth wheels and travel trailers but we also get a few motor homes, cargo and horse trailers.
We require our drivers to have at least 2 years’ commercial trailer pulling experience.
Our drivers must abide by the DOT rules and regulations. All drivers must have a valid DOT physical and CDL drivers are subject to drug testing.
All of Team RV Express drivers are independent contractors
Pay because it depends on how much you run, can you do your own maintenance, where you buy fuel, food and other road expenses.
As much as you want! We are a non-forced dispatch, so you choose when to run and when to be home.
There is no wait time, because you will call for your next load prior to coming in. Your load will be ready when you arrive.