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10 reasons why you should work for Mack

Pay-Team Drivers make up to $4,800 weekly - split,  after all expenses. Solo Drivers make up to $1,750 a week after all expense.

Owner Operator Pay-Team Drivers Gross up to $10,00 weekly, Solo Drivers Gross up to $5,000 weekly.

Equipment-All Trucks are 2015-2019 models. (Freightliner Cascadia & Volvo).

Home Time-You’ll get the breaks you need and the time with your family that you deserve.

Service-24/7 Road side Service in all 48 states. 

Fuel discounts-Wholesale pricing up to 50 cent off per gallon.

Driver Managers-Best in the business 24/7 available. They will go above and beyond to make sure their driver/owners are successful.

Weekly Statements- Direct deposit into bank accounts.

Successful Lease Purchase Program- Drivers that want to become truck owners we make it easy. zero down, no credit checks.

Family orientated company- Become a partner with us, allow us make you successul.


Trucking Jobs California


Trucking jobs California is very competitive, supply and demand is real important when it comes to working for a local or over the road trucking company. Understanding how a company operates is real important factor when deciding on joining a company. At Mack Trucking we concentrate on the spot market and we are able to understand which markets are in high demand and which markets are fluctuating. In order for any driver to capitalize on earning they must be to be willing to travel all over the nation.  If you limit yourself then unfortunately you are also limiting your potential earnings. This is one reason why we don’t recommend local trucking jobs California. Trucking jobs California is one of the most competitive jobs in the market place. Not only does everyone want to live in California but drivers that work locally as a truck driver in California want to be home every night. This defiantly affects the supply and demand factor and drives down the price of local freight. 

Why are homes and rent so expensive in California?  Because of the supply and demand, if everyone wants to live in California that factor will drive up the prices of homes. Now let’s convert the home example to trucking. Why does local freight pay so little in California? Because drivers rather do local work and be home with their families all the time then to do over the road work.  By doing local work this limits your potential earning and affects the supply of freight which drives down the prices.

We want to see you succeed so if you choose to do trucking jobs California then Mack Trucking is ready to take your career to the next level and set you up on a market based dispatch program.  This program allows us to help you achieve you goals while giving you the freedom that you deserve.