Based on 180 responses, the job of OTR Truck Driver has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.79 out of 5. On average, OTR Truck Drivers are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as an OTR Truck Driver?
OTR Truck Driver:
Excelent insurance package, low pay, steady work, junk equipment. Descent co workers and dispatch. Overall a good work place. Flexable hours at this terminal. Dont know about other terminals. Good amount of paid holidays, vacation, and sick time. Hopefully everyone will get a good raise. Usually works not too hard, but sometimes you have to work harder for your money. Equipment could be better in my opinion , but im the lowest on the totem pole. Ive worked at worse companies before without healthcare, and for me and my family that means alot. Get to go home daily and not living at truckstops. Usualy ot and steady work. If you stay there long enough you can get a bid route.
OTR Truck Driver in Springfield:
Pros: Good people.
Cons: Lower than Average pay.
OTR Truck Driver in Enfield:
Pros: Close to home
OTR Truck Driver in Columbia:
Pros: Nothing much
Cons: Low southern wages
OTR Truck Driver in Smyrna:
I like driving for Paschall Truck Lines. I’ve been driving since January and I get mostly drop and hook loads and I stay on the road. They don’t mess with me I’m pretty much on my on. They pay me regularly for all the miles and any extra pay I earn. I get home when I request it and on a regular basis too.
OTR Truck Driver in Grand Rapids:
Pros: Less of a headache than most comparable companies.
Cons: It’s typical gain for the company with little for the drivers.
OTR Truck Driver in Dallas:
Pros: The days off