PAC Freight Inc.

Trucks and Trailers

    - Must meet all Federal Motor Carrier guidelines
    - Must have a valid Commercial Driver License (Class A) with proper endorsements in state of residence 
    - Cannot have any serious or disqualifying traffic violations within the last 3 years as follows:
            1. Excessive speeding, involving any single offense for any speed of 15 mph or more above posted
                speed limit
            2. Reckless driving, as defined by state or local law or regulation, including but not limited to the
                offense of driving a motor vehicle in willful or wanton disregard for the safety.
            3. Improper or erratic lane changes
            4. Following the vehicle ahead too closely
            5. Driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs
            6. Hit and run, leaving the scene of an accident, or failure to report an accident
    -  No more than 4 moving violations in the past 36 months, and no more than 2 moving violations in the 
       previous 12 months
    -  No preventable accidents involving a fatality, bodily injuries treated away from the scene, or disabling
       damage to a motor vehicle within 3 years
    -  Must be 23 years old (Drivers 25 years old and older are encouraged)
    -  A minimum of 1 year experience in the operation of tractor/trailer equipment
How to Apply
    -  Go to
            Validation Code: T03054
    -  For additional information call 618-465-5845 and ask for Dave
Pay and Benefits
    -  Base starting pay is 40- 42 cents per mile
    -  Additional stop and tarp pay
    -  Vision and dental insurance available
    -  Sign on bonus
    -  100% paid Health Insurance after 3 months (for employee, family insurance available at employee's 
    -  Raise after 6 months
    -  1 week paid vacation after 1 year
    -  Driver referral bonus
    -  Paid PrePass and Tolls

Frequently Asked Questions:
    Q: How much tarping is involved and do I get paid for it?
            A: Yes, most loads require tarping and drivers do get paid for it.
    Q: Is there a sign on bonus?    
            A: Yes  
    Q: What kind of truck will I start out in?
            A: Late model Freightliner (2013)
    Q: Is there electronic logging?
            A: Not at this time
    Q: Can I have a pet in the truck?
            A: No
    Q: Can I have a passenger in the truck?
            A: No
    Q: Can I bring the truck/trailer home with me on weekends?
            A: All equipment is inspected weekly so we prefer to have all trucks/trailers paked at the shop, but
                many times arrangements can be made to allow a driver to take the truck/trailer home.
    Q: How often will I get paid?
            A: Weekly
    Q: How much hometime will I get?
            A: Drivers get home almost every weekend, but are usually expected to leave Sundays to be to their
                destination by Monday.
    Q: Are the trucks governed?
            A: Yes, they are governed at 70 mph
    Q: Is there layover pay?
            A: Yes
    Q: How long will I be out on the road?
            A: Drivers get home almost every weekend.

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