OTR Flatbed Driver

  • Company Driver
  • Flatbed

The Flatbed CDL Truck Driver - Over the Road (OTR) is responsible for safely and efficiently transporting freight using a flatbed truck over long distances. This position requires a commercial driver's license (CDL) and extensive experience in flatbed trucking. The driver must adhere to all transportation regulations, maintain accurate logs, and ensure timely delivery of goods.

  • Company Driver
    • Flatbed drivers average $1,600/week. 
    • Average 2,300-2,500 miles/week. 

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Safe Operation: Operate a flatbed truck in compliance with all traffic laws and regulations, ensuring safety for oneself and other road users. Adhere to company and industry safety standards.

  • Load Securement: Safely and securely load and unload cargo onto the flatbed truck using appropriate equipment and techniques. Ensure all cargo is properly secured and balanced to prevent shifting during transit.

  • Route Planning: Plan and execute efficient routes for the timely delivery of goods. Utilize GPS navigation systems and maps to determine the best routes, considering traffic, weather, and road conditions.

  • Cargo Handling: You must handle various types of cargo, including oversized, bulky, and irregularly shaped items. Exercise caution and precision when loading and unloading to prevent damage to the cargo and equipment.

  • Maintenance and Inspection: Conduct pre-trip and post-trip inspections of the flatbed truck and trailer to ensure roadworthiness. Perform routine maintenance tasks and promptly report any mechanical issues or malfunctions.

  • Documentation: Maintain accurate records and documentation, including driver logs, mileage records, delivery receipts, and other paperwork required by regulatory agencies and company policies.

  • Customer Service: Interact professionally with customers, shippers, and receivers during pick-up and delivery operations. Provide exceptional customer service by addressing inquiries, resolving issues, and ensuring customer satisfaction.

  • Communication: Maintain open communication with dispatchers, fleet managers, and other team members to provide updates on delivery status, delays, and other relevant information. Report any incidents, accidents, or emergencies promptly and accurately.

  • Compliance: Comply with all applicable federal, state, and local regulations governing the transportation industry, including hours of service regulations, weight limits, and hazardous materials handling.



  • Competitive pay, up to 64 CPM to start.

  • Additional 5 1/2 cents per mile merit pay (if you qualify).

  • Paid picks, drops, tarping.

  • Home time weekly

  • Up to 2 weeks paid PTO and six paid holidays per year to start.

  • Health and vision insurance, as well as dental reimbursement.

  • 401K plan with company match.

  • Longevity pay.

  • Bonuses for qualified referrals.

  • A family-owned company where you're genuinely valued.

  • Drive state-of-the-art equipment: The average age of power units is under 1.5 years.

  • Trucks have power inverters, APUs, fridges, solar panels, and Sirius XM All Access subscriptions in every tractor.

  • Driver mentor program.

  • Assigned equipment. 

Experience & Qualifications:  

  • Valid CDL Class A and Med Card.

  • Minimum of 1-year experience driving and six months of hauling flatbed. 

  • Worked for two or fewer companies in the past year.

  • There have been less than two moving violations in the last two years.


Minimum of 5 nights out per week.

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