What Is It Like To Be A Box Truck Owner Operator
Box Truck Owner Operator Salary
Working as a box truck owner operator gives you total control over your salary. By partnering with Owner Operator Land and gaining access to our network of companies, you can choose what cargo you carry—as well as your schedule. Carrier companies we partner with allow their owner operators to decide if and when they work, meaning the profit margins are entirely up to drivers.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that box truck drivers earn from 24,500 to 46,200 annually, amounting to $16 per hour on average. Owner operators typically make even more than this average, as they can choose when they work and what cargo they carry—meaning total control over their profit margins.
Benefits for Owner Operators
Owner Operator Requirements
Owner Operator Land is hiring skilled and qualified box truck owner operators that desire to grow their profit margins and gain experience in transportation. We are an equal opportunity employer, so new drivers are encouraged to apply and begin their trucking careers.
Here’s what we expect from applicants:
- Class A or Class B CDL
- Must be 22 years old or older
- Pass the Federal DOT. Physical and Drug Screen tests
- Operate exclusively under our authority
- Be reliable, punctual, and self-motivated
- Possess a strong work ethic
- Display a positive attitude daily