Recent CDL Grads
Earn $900/wk average
And That's Just to Start

New drivers need miles, lots of them, and not just to learn the ropes but to get on the earnings track.

  • $600 to $1,200 Per week average for most drivers.
  • 32% Pay increase after 6 months of safe driving.

New drivers love us, and you can see why.

Theres always a job out there for a truck driver and the best place to begin is at CRST. In addition to tuition reimbursement, we have a short 28-day training for new drivers, and you can become an experienced driver after just 3 months of safe driving. You can receive specific lanes and a pay increase that will grow with your career and experience level.

  • Introducing 360 Pay:
    Well pay you even between jobs, during vacation and drop off! Thats 360 pay!
  • 28 Days & Youre Driving: We hire drivers with less than a year experience (because our trainers are seasoned pros). With 3 months of safe driving, we consider you experienced and your earnings really jump.

  • Benefits Start Day 1!:
    Affordable, top-carrier medical, dental, life, tuition reimbursement, & company matched 401(k) from day 1.

CRST Counts Every Year in the Military Towards Getting Experienced Driver Pay & Bonuses.
We value our service men and women and want you to come work for us!
If you were a driver in the military you can earn even more.
Military Apprenticeship Program Approved

Let's Put Some Miles Behind You!
With CRST, you get the tools you need to succeed.

  1. Affordable top-carrier medical, dental, and life insurance.
  2. Matched 401(k) plan.

  3. Guaranteed home time:
    one day off for every week out.
  4. 99% no-touch and 80% drop-and-hook freight.
  5. The longest average trucking miles in the industry.
  6. Average fleet age of just 1 1/4 years.
  7. Hundreds of new trucks with late-model equipment.
  8. Industry-leading truck driving safety program.
  9. Hazmat Mileage Bonus
  10. Tuition Reimbursement

Put yourself on the right career track with CRST.

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