Experienced Lease Purchase CDL-A Truck Driver

Lease purchase truck driving opportunities with NEW PAY!
Limited tractors are available call or apply today.
Celadon Trucking Services has lease purchase driving positions with newly increased pay available for qualified drivers! Own your own truck for only ONE payment per week and choose between two exceptional program options that come with strong percentage pay and a guaranteed floor rate per mile.
Plus, Celadon doesn t nickel and dime you to death with fees. Enjoy:
No trailer fees
Paid fuel tax
No QualComm fees
No cargo insurance
Full Service Maintenance Program
Celadon's new full-service maintenance program offers new lease drivers all of the rewards of being an independent contractor without the hassle! This program makes it easier than ever for CDL-A truck drivers to run their own trucks. There are limited spots available, so don't wait, apply or call today to get started!
What You'll Get with One Low Weekly Payment:
Reliable, Late-Model 2012-2014 Trucks
Truck, Trailer and Cargo Insurance
Included Full-Service, No Hassle Maintenance
Exclusive Fuel Discounts
No fuel tax
Competitive Percentage Pay Packages
Mostly Drop & Hook, No-Touch Freight
Free Loaner Truck within 48 Hours if Needed
No Carrier Deductions!
Lease Purchase Program
Increased pay earn 67% of BOL
2015 to 2017 trucks
No money down, no credit check required
No fuel tax
Fuel discounts
One simple deduction of $941 - $1017 per week NO confusing settlement!
Once you experience less hassle and enhanced earning power, you ll wonder why you didn t apply for Celadon s lease program before!
Lease purchase opportunities are limited, so call today.
Hiring requirements:
Must be at least 21.5 years of age
Must have Class A CDL
Must have 3 months verifiable experience in last 3 years
No more than 18 months unverifiable experience in last 3 years
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