Driver FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Will I be paid by the hour or by the mile?
Your pay may vary from mileage to hourly depending on the assignment. The pay method will be discussed with you prior to your acceptance of an assignment.

How much will I be paid?
Wages also vary depending on the length and difficulty of the assignment. This will be discussed with you prior to your acceptance of an assignment.

When is payday?
Payday is the Friday following the week you work. You can choose to be paid by Paycard, check or direct deposit.

Do you have benefits?
We have GREAT benefits. ProDrivers offers a comprehensive benefit package including:

  • Health and Welfare Plans
  • Retirement Plans
  • Cash & Bonus Opportunities
  • And several other additional Benefits Opportunities

How soon after I fill out my application I can begin working?
ProDrivers is fully DOT compliant and must complete the necessary steps prior to hiring a driver. This process may take 72 hours or longer.

What kind of work will I be doing, in terms of the vehicles I drive and unloading requirements?
We offer a variety of assignments with varying work and vehicle types. Work can range from local pick-up and delivery, which may require the driver to unload, to drop-and-hook service. Details and expectations of assignments are discussed with you prior to your acceptance of any assignment.

Is this local or over-the-road (OTR) driving?
The choice is yours. We offer a variety of assignments from local to OTR and line-haul.

Exactly what kind of company is ProDrivers?
We are a full-time driver company that provides qualified and professional CDL and non-CDL drivers for companies with transportation needs throughout the country.

Can I expect permanent work?
The choice is yours. We offer full time and part time. If you are looking for permanent work, we match our customer’s needs to your compatibility.  We send drivers on various assignments.  Many of our long term positions begin by being placed with a company for just one day.  We ask that you be open minded about going to one day or short term assignments as this will increase the hours that you work each week, and could lead to a permanent long-term dedicated placement.

Can I work 40 hours per week?
Depending on the assignment it is possible to work 40 hours or more per week.

What companies will I be working work for?
We serve a large variety of customers from national to local. Details of these companies will be discussed prior to assignment.