At United Truck Driving School, we partner with some of the top professional companies in the industry. We do this to help our students with job placement upon graduation and the earning of their CDLs. We’re proud to work with these truck driving companies, whom our students are happy to be employed by once they pass our 18-day course. Below, we’re going to talk about a couple of the truck driving companies we partner with: TMC Transportation and Maverick Transportation LLC.
TMC Transportation has a number of opportunities for people who have recently earned their CDLs and are ready to transition into a life on the road as a truck driver. TMC Transportation can boast that they have 40 years of experience in the industry and that they are the largest employee-owned flatbed company in the United States. They have a great reputation and high standards for all of their drivers.
TMC Transportation offers their drivers benefits, advancement opportunities, and two different payment plans to choose from. You can get a job with TMC in a number of locations across the United States.
Maverick has a number of amazing career opportunities as well as starting salaries that are sure to please anyone just entering the truck driving industry. The hiring map on their website allows you to see the area where you’ll be driving and how much you’ll make per mile there. Maverick Transportation has a flatbed, temperature controlled, and glass transportation divisions, so you have options when it comes to what you’ll be carrying. Maverick is the largest glass carrier in the industry.
Maverick offers a paid student program for those who have just earned their Class A CDL. You’ll get a chance to work with great instructors and solidify your skills on the road even more as a way to kick off your career.
United Truck Driving School provides the right introduction into the industry. With CDL training courses, job placement assistance, and a number of scholarships to make classes financially feasible, United Truck Driving School is dedicated to the transportation industry and those seeking to become drivers.