Straight Truck

What is Straight Truck driving?

Straight truck drivers deliver goods in a smaller delivery truck or box truck, meaning the cargo is on the same chassis as the cab — as opposed to a tractor-trailer, which has a power unit connected to a pivoting trailing unit. Straight trucks are not regulated in the same way, which is why drivers only need a Class B CDL or standard motor vehicle license to operate. Get started with Straight Truck today.

Why choose Straight Truck?

  • No CDL required
    No CDL required

    Many driving jobs require a Class A CDL, but not these! Some require a Class B; some a motor vehicle license. In any case, don’t feel limited without a Class A. A grade-A job is available without it.

  • Daily home time
    Daily home time

    You want to be a truck driver, but you also want to sleep in your own bed ... but you don’t want to “do the time” in the long-haul lifestyle first. You don’t have to. Get home daily from day one.

  • Bright future
    Bright future

    Many of these jobs involve hauling over-dimensional products like furniture and appliances. As more people buy more types of products online, this business is expected to grow. Jump in now!


Schneider Solo Straight Truck Driving Jobs

Solo

Your day your way

All Straight Truck driving jobs are Solo driving jobs because Teams stick to hauling freight long distances in tractor-trailers. Some Straight Truck jobs involve delivery of over-dimensional products, and some of those deliveries may involve a partner who joins you for delivery of a specific large item at a specific customer. Whatever the situation, you’ll earn your pay independent of anyone else.

Schneider Local Straight Driving Jobs

Local

Special delivery

All Straight Truck driving jobs are Local driving jobs within a few hundred miles of home, whether you’re delivering to stores or homes. Anything needing to be hauled farther will be done by a Regional or Over-the-Road driver.

Most Straight Truck jobs pay hourly with overtime beyond 40 hours, so your pay will cover the driving as well as any potential unloading, un-packaging and installing at the delivery site. While requirements will vary by load and customer order, you’ll typically drive a 26-foot box truck and be provided with a handheld device to provide a seamless customer interaction.

Schneider Warehouse Assocaites II Jobs

Warehouse Associate II

Wheels + Warehouse

Some Straight Truck delivery drivers have a few warehouse/terminal responsibilities as well (example: 90 percent driving, 10 percent warehouse). At the other end of the spectrum, we have some warehouse/terminal associates called Warehouse Associates II with some driving and delivery assistance responsibilities (example: 90 percent warehouse, 10 percent driving).

You’d be hired as a Schneider Warehouse associate, but it’s one way to get your driving fix in without being a full-time driver. You’d get paid hourly.

Schneider Solo Straight Truck Driving Jobs

Solo

Your day your way

All Straight Truck driving jobs are Solo driving jobs because Teams stick to hauling freight long distances in tractor-trailers. Some Straight Truck jobs involve delivery of over-dimensional products, and some of those deliveries may involve a partner who joins you for delivery of a specific large item at a specific customer. Whatever the situation, you’ll earn your pay independent of anyone else.

Schneider Local Straight Driving Jobs

Local

Special delivery

All Straight Truck driving jobs are Local driving jobs within a few hundred miles of home, whether you’re delivering to stores or homes. Anything needing to be hauled farther will be done by a Regional or Over-the-Road driver.

Most Straight Truck jobs pay hourly with overtime beyond 40 hours, so your pay will cover the driving as well as any potential unloading, un-packaging and installing at the delivery site. While requirements will vary by load and customer order, you’ll typically drive a 26-foot box truck and be provided with a handheld device to provide a seamless customer interaction.

Schneider Warehouse Assocaites II Jobs

Warehouse Associate II

Wheels + Warehouse

Some Straight Truck delivery drivers have a few warehouse/terminal responsibilities as well (example: 90 percent driving, 10 percent warehouse). At the other end of the spectrum, we have some warehouse/terminal associates called Warehouse Associates II with some driving and delivery assistance responsibilities (example: 90 percent warehouse, 10 percent driving).

You’d be hired as a Schneider Warehouse associate, but it’s one way to get your driving fix in without being a full-time driver. You’d get paid hourly.

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