Trucking Companies That Train Inexperienced Drivers - PAM Transport

If you've thought about becoming a truck driver, you may be wondering how you will go about obtaining a CDL license so you'll be qualified to drive professionally.  You might be asking yourself, are there any companies out there that provide CDL training?  If so, how do I find them and will there be truck driver job opportunities?

If you're an inexperienced driver looking to enter the trucking industry, Driver Solutions can help answer these questions and get you started with company sponsored CDL training

PAM Transport is just one company that provides CDL training and job opportunities to inexperienced drivers through the Driver Solutions training program.  Let's take a closer look...

Who Is PAM Transport?

PAM Transport is an irregular route, common carrier, which means they haul just about anything anyone wants to ship on a truck - except refrigerated products. While they are authorized in 48 states and Canada, their primary routes are within the Midwest, Southeast and East Coast. Their customers include several Fortune 500 companies. About 85% of the loads are "drop and hook" and don't require drivers to assist in the loading/unloading of the trailer.

As an entry level truck driver with PAM Transport, you can make up to $50,000 in your first year and enjoy other benefits such as:

  • Safety Bonuses
  • Health Insurance
  • Additional Life Insurance Options
  • Retirement Plans
  • Vacation Time

PAM Transport & Company Sponsored CDL Training

PAM Transport has formed a partnership with Driver Solutions to provide the training needed for inexperienced truck drivers to being a truck driving job with the company.  In just 3-4 weeks, you can begin a new career with the company making good money and traveling the United States.  

Apply Now

Get your new career started by completing our secure online application.  Completing the application will allow you to schedule a time to speak with a Driver Agent about the training and job opportunities with PAM Transport.    

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