Presently, students are required to run their first 120,000 miles as a team making .42/mile split. At that time, they can solo at .33/mile or continue driving as a team driver at .50/mile split with the ability to make up to .60/mile split.
After the 120,000 miles, typically about 6-8 months, $.01/Mile Increase — Every 120,000 Miles Driven - NO CAP.
No, but a safety bonus of $.005/mile is offered.
Celadon offers health insurance with all major standard benefits and options including life insurance and 401k retirement plans, vacation time, and 2 high-deductible health plans.
Medical base plan = $51.07/week.
Benefits are effective the first day of the month following a 60 day waiting period.
1 year = 1 week earned (paid out at $500)
Celadon's starting pay is average, with their team pay being on the higher end after 120,000 miles. The interesting part about Celadon's pay structure is that they offer $.01 cpm raises every 120,000 miles driven, with no cap on salary.
They also offer many financial incentives for teams, as well as the WageLock program, which guarantees a minimum weekly salary during slower periods, for qualified drivers.
No, new drivers are strictly OTR until 120,000 miles are completed.
Company drivers are forced dispatch.
48 hours every 2 weeks.
Pets are allowed.
One immediate family member may ride for a maximum of 3 months with authorization.
Yes. However, new students will not have the leasing option until the 120,000 miles are completed
Celadon runs all freight and routes except for tanker.
Celadon's offerings are typical for large carriers, but they do place an emphasis on team driving, by offering various salary incentives for teams.
International, Peterbilt, and Kenworth
All trucks come with APU units
As with most larger companies, their trucks are generally newer and well maintained. Their other equipment specifics are average for the industry.
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