Super Service is a regional and dedicated carrier operating throughout the eastern half of the United States and is headquartered out of Grand Rapids, Michigan. The company operates more than 1,200 tractors and 2,500 trailers. While Super Service operates throughout the 25 eastern most continental states, the majority of freight is in the Northeast states. The company actively hires both experienced drivers as well as recent truck driving school graduates, with a paid truck driver training program.
Terminals are located in the following areas:
The minimum hiring qualifications at Super Service includes but is not limited to the following:
An applicant may not have any of the following convictions:
NOTE: All other felonies and misdemeanors will be evaluated for substantial relationship to the job.
The Recruiting Department will review and evaluate the following points of your work history:
NOTE: An applicant with a dishonorable discharge or discharge for bad conduct from the the military will not be considered for employment.
Super Service hires from all states east of the Mississippi River.
The majority of freight will remain east of the Mississippi and most freight will originate or deliver in the Northeast United States, but at times, freight will cross West of the Mississippi.
All recent CDL grads will spend a minimum of 5 weeks with a certified trainer.
No, if drivers choose to drive a team truck, Super Service will help match drivers together. Otherwise, a solo truck will be issued.
Super Service is exclusively a dry freight carrier.
During training, student drivers will earn a flat salary of $75 per day for each day they are on the truck. After training, drivers will start at 31cpm with a 1cpm raise every year up to a maximum of 42cpm.
While Super Service pays about average for the industry, it's important to always compare them side-by-side with other similar companies.
After 60 days, drivers become eligible for health, dental, and vision insurance as well as company provided life insurance, 401k, and direct deposit.
Tuition reimbursement is not offered.
Drivers normally spend 14 days out with 2 days home. Drivers may choose to stay out an extra week to earn an extra day off. Since Super Service runs regionally, many drivers are able to pass by their home weekly and usually on a weekend.
Drivers are allowed to have an approved rider with an insurance deposit. Drivers are allowed to have 1 dog weighing less than 35lbs and a $750 deposit is required. The dog must also be up to date with vaccinations, be housebroken, and not display aggressive behavior.
Team freight is abundant and those who wish to drive a team truck will have many opportunities to do so.
Super Service does not operate outside of the United States.
Drivers are not forced dispatched to NYC but will earn an additional $100 for taking a load picking up or delivering in NYC.
A hazardous materials endorsement is encouraged but not required. Drivers who possess a hazmat endorsement are eligible to receive a 1cpm increase in pay for all miles driven.
Approximately 60% of freight at is drop and hook with 99% no-touch freight.
Drivers are forced dispatched except for NYC or loads containing hazardous materials.
Super Service is a 100% regional and dedicated carrier. Some local opportunities are also available but is highly dependent upon a drivers home location.
About 50% of the fleet is less than 1 year old.
Most trucks are equipped with 10 speed manual transmissions.
Trucks are limited to 65mph.
While APU's are not used, drivers are allowed to idle their trucks.
The entire fleet is currently switching over to electronic logbooks.