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What is life like as a driver on Schneider's National Dedicated Fleet?
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March 7, 2017

Looking for a trucking career that’s stable without getting stale? Being a driver on Schneider’s National Dedicated Fleet may be the right career move for you.

National Dedicated drivers don’t focus on just one customer, but instead get placed on accounts that are in temporary need of assistance. Drivers often assist with new business start-ups and seasonal spikes, as well as provide vacation coverage for other drivers.

With Schneider’s National Dedicated Fleet, you’ll have a reliable schedule, while still being able to travel the country.

“This job has afforded me opportunities I would not have otherwise had, like traveling. I’ve been to all 48 contiguous states and five provinces of Canada.” –
Stephanie Banic, National Dedicated driver
“I’m a modern-day gypsy. Driving gives me all the bells and whistles and comforts of home, but I get to see the country and meet new people every day. It’s truly my calling, and I can’t believe I get paid to do this!” –
Timothy Clark, National Dedicated driver

Consistent work also means consistent paychecks. National Dedicated drivers receive reliable base pay that regularly increases with the possibility of additional account-specific pay.

“Schneider is a good company to drive for, with great leadership, training and benefits. Yes, truck driving takes work and dedication from you and your family, but when you make it work, it’s a good life.” –
“I would be placed on Dedicated accounts from time to time, and I really enjoyed it, but I couldn’t get anything permanent. I’ve been fulltime on the National Dedicated Fleet for the past six years, and it’s the best.” –

Is Dedicated driving for you?

Learn more about the ins and outs of being a National Dedicated driver – from consistency to specialty to belonging, Dedicated truck driving has a lot to offer.
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Schneider Guy loves the "Big Orange." He's passionate about the trucking industry and connecting people to rewarding careers within it. He's been the eyes and ears of our company since our founding in 1935, and he's excited to interact with prospective and current Schneider associates through "A Slice of Orange."