Regional Truck Driving Jobs
If you're a professional truck driver who enjoys life on the road but also values home time, a regional truck driving job is the right fit for you. With weekly or bi-weekly home time, regional driving jobs offer a nice balance of driving duties and time at home. Regional truck driving opportunities are available in multiple locations across the country within the DCS, Intermodal and Truck operating groups, and are a great way to advance your truck driving career at J.B. Hunt.
J.B. Hunt's offers a range of regional truck driving opportunities across multiple equipment types including bulk, tanker, flatbed, boom truck, reefer and traditional dry van. Team drivers may also find regional driving opportunities within DCS. Home time varies according to the DCS customer serviced, but regional truck drivers are usually home weekly or biweekly.
Regional drivers within J.B. Hunt's group are generally home each week. Like local jobs, regional truck driving positions offer a consistent customer base and more than 75% drop and hook deliveries. Intermodal drivers generally perform more traditional driving duties, delivering containers at rail yards and to customer locations.
J.B. Hunt is an industry pay leader when it comes to driving routes across the country. Our Truckload routes primarily operate east of I-35 and maximize your weekly miles, thanks to heavy freight volume and tightly controlled operating areas. J.B. Hunt also offers pre-planned loads, no-touch freight, and yearly raises. If you want consistent miles, strong annual earnings and home time you can count on, J.B. Hunt's regional driving plans make it worth the move.
Regional truck driving jobs are currently available in locations nationwide. Search regional truck driving opportunities in your area or call 1-877-791-9458 to speak with a career placement specialist regarding a regional driving job with J.B. Hunt.
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