In 1958, Thurman Averitt founded Livingston Merchant's Co-op, a small trucking company that hauled dry goods mostly between Nashville, TN and Livingston, TN. In 1969, Thurman incorporated his small company and called it Averitt Express.
While making regular deliveries in Nashville, Thurman became acquainted with a young dockworker who helped him unload his trailer. This young man's name was Gary Sasser. Gary happened to ask Thurman one day if he would be interested in selling his company. After some thought, Thurman said yes.
In October of 1971, Gary Sasser, at the age of 20, purchased Averitt Express, which at the time consisted of two associates, three tractors and five trailers. Today, Averitt Express is one of the nation's leading freight transportation and supply chain management providers.
All convictions reviewed case-by-case.
No convictions for DUI or DWI within the past 5 years.
Averitt has 95 terminals. Here is a partial listing:
Averitt has the following home time options available:
If you're a truckload, flatbed or supply chain driver, you can bring your spouse on the road whenever you want.
$1,500 tuition assistance bonus - $500 at 90 days and $1,000 at 6 months.
If you are or were employed within the past year (12 months) in a military position requiring the operation of a military motor vehicle equivalent to a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV), you are eligible for a waiver to apply for a CDL without skills testing.
Averitt is recognized as a “Patriotic Employer” by the U.S. Department of Defense’s Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve program, or ESGR.
The training at Averitt will last approximately 6 weeks.
You will average approximately 600 per week during your training.
You are dispatched as a solo driver during training with Averitt
At Averitt you will run solo after training.
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