Earn up to $50,000 first year!

PAM Transport offers a great pay package for new truck drivers completing the Driver Solutions company-paid CDL training program and starting an entry-level truck driver job. Shown below are some highlighted details of the driver pay package.

Mileage Pay Options

Truck drivers are typically paid on the miles driven. PAM Transport offers both solo and team driving opportunities. All positions are OTR. Starting mileage pay rate with PAM Transport depends upon the Driver’s Choice scholarship program chosen. That's because the Driver’s Choice program offers several options to pay for training with different levels of paid CDL training. The amount PAM Transport pays toward the truck driving school tuition determines the starting mileage rate. Automatic pay increases are built in to the pay scale at specific employment  intervals. Depending on the scholarship program you choose, you could earn up to $50,000 your first year.

After completing the online application, a recruiter will review the options and help determine the best choice for you.

Additional Truck Driver Pay

Additional pay will be provided to PAM Transport truck drivers in a number of situations, and the amount paid depends upon factors determined by the company. These include:

  • Company safety bonus
  • Loading or unloading freight
  • Extra drop off or pick up
  • Layover
  • Canadian border crossing

Over the Road Training Pay

After completing the CDL training at a truck driving school, new PAM Transport truck drivers will report to PAM Transport for company orientation and over-the-road (OTR) training. This is paid on-the-job training as they continue to “learn the ropes” of becoming a truck driver. During this time, student drivers are paid a salary of $300 per week until training is completed and the student driver is upgraded to a "first seat" driver.

$1,200 Sign-On Bonus

For a limited time, PAM Transport is providing a sign-on bonus for all new drivers that complete the company-sponsored CDL training program. To take advantage of the $1,200 sign-on bonus, you must begin the truck driving school during the eligible training period.  Consult with your driver agent after you apply for details.