Hot Shot Owner Operator Jobs:
Easy Loads and Good Money
Hot shot transportation is great for time-sensitive loads. Usually, hot shot deliveries are hauled by medium duty or one-ton trucks. Hot shot owner operators can have great loads if they work with a good partner. Allow us to choose one for you!
Hot Shot Owner Operator Companies Are Waiting You to Join Them
Every owner operator is interested in mutually beneficial and long-lasting relationships with a good partner. Owner Operator Land specializes in owner operators employment. We cooperate with logistics companies that are always ready to hire qualified owner operators. Our goal is to pick the company that will best fit you and your skills. We can provide you with high-paying hot shot truck driving jobs.
We give you the opportunity to start your business in logistics with lower start-up costs (compared to big vehicles), get great pay, growth, and development.
Salary for Hot Shot Owner Operators
Hotshots usually specialize in time-sensitive delivery, and that means that the paycheck will be pleasing. Besides, hotshots haul loads are mostly neglected by big freight trucks. This also adds some value to hot shot transportation. The companies we work with offer up to 85% of load gross for hot shot owner operators. You can earn about $127,000 per year. If you also work with the company we don’t work with – you get the pre-agreed rates.
Benefits for Owner Operators
95% of the load gross profit goes right back into your pocket
24/7 dispatch support
Flexible schedule and more free time at home
Repair Shops nationwide where you can get discounted vehicle maintenance
Vetted network companies will offer you an amazing partnership
Limitless opportunities to grow your owner operator business
Owner Operator Requirements
We are looking for skilled and qualified owner operators who intend to earn more and extend their experience in logistics. Also, we hire new drivers who want to start a new career as an owner operator. Here are a few things we expect from applicants:
- Class A CDL
- One full year (no less than 12 months) of recent CDL experience with the equipment
- 22 years of age or older
- Able to pass Federal DOT Physical and Drug Screen
- Be reliable, punctual, and self-motivated
- Have a great attitude and strong work ethic