Why Hire Entry-Level CDL Drivers?

When it comes to entry-level CDL drivers, it’s all about adaptability, loyalty and safety. Employers find new drivers to be more trainable than their experienced peers, while also displaying a higher degree of loyalty to their first employer. Based on our research, we can also conclude that entry-level drivers are just as safe as their more experienced counterparts – especially when a finishing program is in place during their first 30-60 days on the job.

An Entry-Level CDL Driver Program That Works



The first step in onboarding your entry-level driver is addressing insurance rates. We utilize a proprietary finishing school blueprint process for new hires, which helps carriers maintain low rates for new drivers, similar to what you would expect for a more seasoned trucker.



We match your driver requirements with our new driver profiles, providing you with a shortlist of candidates, including civilians and  U.S. military veterans, who will be a good fit for your business.



After reviewing the candidates, we set up interviews so you can get to know your future driver(s). You have the final say in your driver selection, but candidates are free to choose their employment path.



If you do not already have a finishing program in place, we offer our trainers and finishing school methodology during the first 30-60 days of employment to ensure you and your new drivers’ success.


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Fill out the form to gain access to our entry-level CDL driver finishing program and speak with a TransForce Group representative about your opportunity.

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