Regional flatbed drivers travel America's highways throughout the South, Midwest and a few Mid-Atlantic lanes while also getting to be home every single week.
Our professional flatbed service has set a new standard for shippers. Come be a part of the most service-oriented, professional flatbed team in the nation.
84% of our Regional Flatbed drivers are home by noon on Saturdays.
Home every week! 34 - 48 hours at home (options to stay out longer if you like).
15-state flatbed area: AL, GA, IL, IN, KY, MD, MS, NC, NJ, OH, PA, SC, TN, VA, WV. (With minor coverage for specific customers in Southern MI, TX and LA.)
No NYC or Canada!
Primarily hauling steel, lumber, and building materials, but never logs, hay, crushed cars, cowhides or trash.
Freight hauled customer-to-customer.
When it comes to needing a good night’s rest on the road, you can safely park at many of our 100+ facilities, and even grab a shower and some time in the exercise room before you head back out.
And when you're enjoying home time, you’ll have peace of mind knowing your tractor and its contents are securely parked back at the service center.
Beginning Jan. 1, 2019, Averitt is offering a company-sponsored per diem program. This is a great benefit to our driving force, allowing our drivers to take advantage of tax savings and putting more money into their pockets every week!
We know how the old saying goes - “My dispatcher knows nothing about driving a truck." Well, we’re breaking that mindset - our regional driver managers join drivers on the road regularly.
Our team wants to experience everything you experience out on the open road. Plus, it’s a great time to get to know one another and create a healthy working relationship.
Our team is available by phone at 1-888-AVERITT (1-888-283-7488) Monday-Friday 7am to 7pm central and Saturdays from 8am - noon central. Give us a call now!
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