Since 1981, Navajo Express has been transporting both dry goods and perishable commodities across the lower 48 United States. With their headquarters based out of Denver, CO., the company operates more than 1,100 trucks with over 2,000 trailers running OTR, regional, and dedicated operations. While Navajo Express is mostly an OTR carrier, there are also some regional and dedicated positions available. Navajo Express actively hires both experienced drivers as well as drivers with no experience who recently completed truck driving school.
In addition to the company headquarters in Denver, Colorado, Navajo Express also operates terminals in the following locations:
Navajo Express hires from the following states:
Navajo Express operates throughout all of the lower 48 United States.
Minimum of 3 to 6 weeks team driving with a company appointed trainer.
No, after training is complete drivers may move directly into the solo driver division.
While Navajo Express pulls some temperature controlled freight, the majority of their freight consists of dry goods.
During company training drivers will earn a flat salary of $400 per week. After training drivers will receive a starting pay of $0.25 per mile with a $0.01 per mile raise each year up to a maximum of $0.40 per mile.
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Tuition reimbursement is currently not being offered.
OTR drivers receive 1 day of hometime for each week spent on the road with a maximum of 3 days off at a time. Hometime on regional and dedicated accounts vary but weekly hometime opportunities exist in certain areas.
Navajo Express does have a rider program for those over 12 years of age. In order to have a rider on board, a $25 insurance fee must be paid each month. Pets are not allowed on any company equipment.
Both team and solo operations are available. Approximately 5% of Navajo Express drivers are team drivers.
No border crossing including into or out of Canada will be required.
NYC freight is available but drivers are allowed to decline any freight picking up or delivering in NYC.
Approximately 50% of all freight is drop and hook.
Drivers may refuse freight containing placarded hazardous materials. A Hazmat endorsement is strongly encouraged but not required.
No, Navajo Express normally send 3 load assignments which the driver is able to choose from. Drivers are allowed to accept or decline load assignments.
Various dedicated and regional positions are available for drivers with at least 6 months of OTR driving experience. Regional and dedicated positions depend entirely on position availability and geographical location.
Trucks are on average 2.5 years old.
Mostly 10 speed Eaton Fuller manual transmissions.
Truck speeds are limited to 63mph using the accelerator and 65mph using the cruise control.
Some trucks are equipped with APU's but the majority of trucks are not equipped. For trucks without an APU, automatic engine start / shut off features are used to maintain a comfortable temperature and charged batteries.
Navajo Express uses electronic logs.