Choose Your Pay (60 or 70 CPM) Depending On Your Hometime Needs!
K&B Transportation has two pay options depending on your hometime needs. We let drivers choose to start at 60 CPM or 70 CPM depending on how often you want to go home. Drivers on both options are guaranteed 2500 miles a week minimum!
Option One: Traditional OTR
Start at 60 CPM with raises to 64 CPM for senior drivers. Drivers are guaranteed $1500 per week minimum but can earn $1800 plus on top weeks! Our senior drivers are guaranteed $1600 per week minimum! With our top miles and accessory pay drivers can earn $80,000 plus yearly! Drivers can be home as often as every two weeks in many locations.
Option Two: Road Warrior
Start at 70 CPM with a $1750 minimum guarantee! Drivers on this option can earn $2000 plus on top weeks! Road Warrior drives must be willing to stay out 2 months at a time and then go home for ten days. Road Warrior drivers living outside our hiring area get a free round trip flight back and forth to home for their hometime allowing us to hire nationwide! Road Warrior drivers can earn $90,000 plus yearly! Top drivers earn $100,000 yearly!
Drivers on Both Options Enjoy:
- Midwest Regional or National Lanes (No Forced Northeast)
- 2020 and Newer Freightliner Cascadias (APU’s, Refrigerators and more), 100% Automatic!
- Excellent Health, Life, Vision and Dental Insurance! Choice of Plans!
- Safety, Clean Inspection and Referral Bonuses
- Flight to Orientation
Have a Class A CDL and 6 months OTR experience? If so get the top paying job you want!
CALL 877-330-1185 or APPLY TODAY!
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K&B Transportation company Information
K&B Transportation is a leader in both driver pay and driver satisfaction. Started by a driver we still hold the same core beliefs of a small carrier several hundred trucks later. K&B Transportation understand every driver is different, some want a big check, some want home more, some want both. That is why we have a menu of options for drivers from longhaul to local. Secondly we understand that nothing is more frustrating for a driver than being concerned about a paycheck and that is why the majorities of our fleets either have a mileage guarantee or are salaried