Does Werner Enterprises pay for training?
While none of Werner trucking schools offer tuition-free training up front, as long as you attend one of their 800 approved CDL schools, they offer tuition reimbursement, up to $15,000 paid out at $250 per month, as long as you are employed by Werner trucking company.
How much does Werner Enterprises pay per mile?
The average pay per mile for OTR drivers is $0.44 – $0.55 which means you could take home between $865 and $1,081 per week or more in just your first year of driving ($44,999- $56,212 per year).
Is Werner Enterprises a good company to work for?
On average, employees at Werner Enterprises give their company a 3.4 rating out of 5.0 – which is 14% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Werner Enterprises employees are Drivers submitting an average rating of 3.2 and Commercial Drivers with a rating of 0.0.
What type of business is Werner Enterprises?
Today, nearly 65 years since CL’s journey began, Werner Enterprises, Inc. is an asset-based logistics provider and one of the five largest truckload carriers in the United States. The company offers a diversified portfolio of transportation and logistics services to companies around the globe, including: Dedicated.
Does Werner have a rider policy?
Rider And Pet Policy Werner does have a rider program for those over 12 years of age as long as an insurance form and small insurance fee are submitted. A small pet is also allowed but you will not be able to have the pet with you during training.
Can Truck drivers bring their girlfriend?
Yes they can. Yes Werner has a ride along program for spouses, pets and kids. They even encourage to help your spouse if able to, to get their CDL helping you to drive together as a team and make more money. Drivers are allowed to have their spouse with them while working.
Do Werner trucks have power inverters?
The only thing that can be “hardwired” into the truck is the CB. power inverters are not allowed in Werner trucks.
Can truckers have guns?
Contrary to what many drivers believe, there is no federal law that prohibits truck drivers from carrying guns in their trucks as long as they adhere to local and state laws. However, many carriers prohibit company drivers from carrying weapons.
How long are truck drivers gone?
How long do drivers usually stay out on the road? Over-the-road drivers typically stay out for 4-6 weeks at a time before coming home. There are, however, many drivers who prefer to stay out longer, or take “home time” somewhere other than their actual home.