CDL-A Flatbed Drivers Needed! $5,000 Sign on Bonus

Job Description:
FTI Does Flatbed Like No One Else Company Drivers Earn $.
52 CPM! Dedicated flatbed company drivers earn big with big miles.
Our company drivers earn $.
52 CPM, and with freight at an all time high, get up to 3,000 miles per week.
Our support team will get you home every other weekend (Fri-Sun) so that you can enjoy that much needed home time in full.
All freight is no touch, and there is an an additional $25 each time your tarp.
With up to 4-6 tarps per week, that adds up fast! Call 866-779-7958 now to speak with a member of our recruiting team! Incentives for Company Drivers with 1 year of Flatbed
Earn $.
52 CPM $5,000 total Sign On Bonus! Estimated 2500-3000 miles per week Benefits include medical/dental/vision insurance Drivers are home every other weekend We use either flatbed or stepdeck equipment Paid Vacation Extra pay for tarping loads Extra pay for over dimension loads No Touch Freight Up to $85k - $95k per year Plenty of freight Good Equipment Culture where Drivers are the priority! Detention and Layover pay Drive confident, live well.
A wide span of routes means you're guaranteed to find one fits your lifestyle - whether that's travelling the country or being home for dinner more.
FTI is 100% owner-operator and, with 80 years in the business, we've gotten pretty good at getting our drivers what they need to drive and live better.
You just focus on maintaining your truck, being safe, arriving on time and getting paid.
Our programs are unrivalled and built around helping you run a smooth and profitable business.
Requirements: 23 Years of Age 1 Year Verifiable Experience Valid Class A CDL Clean Criminal Record Truck must Pass DOT Inspection Get a New Lease on Driving Today.
Join FTI.
Call 866-779-7958 now to speak with a member of our recruiting team!

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