Vermont Truck Driving Companies
As the trucking industry changes, Vermont legislators hope to protect truckers by allowing the state to take on more of the increased fuel tax Land Line Magazine, 2016). This gives truck drivers the freedom to keep putting in the miles without an added expense.
Lush, colorful trees dot the landscape, surrounded by some of the most impressive mountains in the Northeast. Vermont trucking companies are perfect for anyone who wants to drive in one of the most scenic and beautiful states in the country, and offer a wealth of opportunity to the right person.
Vermont trucking companies are hiring safe and experienced truck drivers and owner operators right now. Click on the name of a carrier below to learn more. These trucking jobs require a Class A CDL License.
Common Requirements and Career Outlook for Truckers in Vermont
• Apply for commercial learner permit prior to getting full CDL (<a href=“http://dmv.vermont.gov/licenses/commercial” target=“_blank”>Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles</A>)
• Endorsements: Hazardous materials, tanker, passenger, doubles/triples, and air brakes
• Average heavy/tractor-trailer driving salary: $39,000 O*Net, 2016)
• Average light/delivery driving salary: $29,200 O*Net, 2016)
• Anticipated job growth for heavy truck drivers through 2022: 5% (O*Net, 2016)
• Anticipated job growth for light truck drivers through 2022: 2% (O*Net, 2016)