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*These positions require a Class A CDL license
Dedicated Truck Driving Jobs
Nearly 94 percent of Ruan's driving jobs are for dedicated customers. Having a truck driving job with a dedicated account holds many benefits compared to non-dedicated, including:
- More home time - Drivers who drive for dedicated accounts usually have a set schedule that allows them to get home regularly.
- Consistency - Dedicated routes give a driver more consistency and predictability in their routes. Miles driven, the freight, the people, and the pay are all consistent factors that come into play when you choose to drive dedicated.
- One customer - A dedicated route means that a driver will be serving one customer. This allows drivers to build relationships with their customers and guarantees a familiar face at your stops. You will also be part of the customer's success.
- Familiar routes - Being on a dedicated account will allow drivers to plan their day efficiently due to previous experiences. Drivers will know when the heavy traffic times are and how to navigate the route in a timely manner, making the job easier.
Team up with a partner for more miles. Team driving can also earn you more money. For your safety, Ruan prefers that you choose a team driving partner that you are familiar with and know their driving abilities.
Food Grade Tanker Trucks
Food grade tanker trucks are specifically designed to transport liquid food. The most common food item carried by tanker trucks is milk, but there are a variety of other products that fill these hollow metal tubes. Food grade drivers must obtain a tanker endorsement as well as a Class A CDL license.
Dry Van Drivers
Dry van drivers will transport dry goods in a single trailer, including non-perishable items. These jobs are often no-touch freight and will require a Class A CDL license.
For those drivers that like more of a challenge, Ruan has a variety of flatbed truck driving positions available. Our flatbed drivers typically haul steel, pipe, and building materials. Choose from home daily and regional driving positions.
Hazmat drivers transport hazardous materials with an utmost focus on safety. Drivers must obtain a hazmat endorsement in addition to a Class A CDL license.
A home daily driver typically runs five days per week with two consecutive days off. Local truck drivers haul freight within a day’s drive of home. It’s a great opportunity to maximize home time.
A regional truck driver hauls freight for three to five days before returning home. This driving job fits those truck drivers who like to spend some time on the road but still get home on a weekly basis.