CDL A Owner Operator Dedicated Freight $2.20 Avg. Plus FSC WEST Memphis AR
BCB Transport rates are blowing up! Are you getting your share? Our freight is crazy good, averaging over $2.20 net revenue per mile to the truck plus FSC in this region. Get your piece of the action and apply today.
BIG AWESOME REVENUE OPPORTUNITIES FOR WEST MEMPHIS AREA TEAMS!
Big Revenue with Quarterly Safety Incentive
Consistent Work and Miles
100% No Touch Freight
Above Average Drop and Hook
Base Plate Program
Safety Focused Company
Take Advantage Of Our Low Insurance Rates, With Perks That Put More Money In Your Pocket
Physical Damage – $1000 Deductible with an annual of 5.5% per $1000 of truck value.
Other Physical Damage Benefits Include – Gap Ins up to $20,000, Towing up to $20,000, Downtime Rental Reimbursement up to $100.00 per day, Extended Repair Time Endorsement of $3000 per month up to 180 days with a $1000 deductible in the first month, Personal Belongings up to $5000 with a $250 deductible, Special Equipment up to $500 with a $100 deductible, Glass / Windshield replacement with no deductible and Diminishing deductible of 25% per year for each year the insured does not have a loss. (This special reduction will continue until the deductible reaches $0.00.)
Non- Trucking Liability – $8.30 Per Week with a $1,000,000 Combined Single Limit with $0.00 Deductible.
Work Injury Coverage – $28.15 per week with a combined single limit of $1,000,000. Disability benefit is $200 minimum up to $700. This policy covers both occupational and non- occupational benefits. Drivers over age 70 must provide a long form DOT Physical and MVR yearly to be approved for Occupational Accident Coverage.
Rider Policy – Only $1.85 per week; after 30 days contracted to the company. This policy comes with a $0.00deductible and a combined single limit of $200,000. The passenger must be 11 years or older to ride in the vehicle.
Owner Operator Who Wish To Use Their Own Phys Dam, Non- Trucking And Occupational Accident Coverage – If the Owner Operator wishes not to elect available Carrier coverages and wants to use another Insurance vendor for coverage; It will be necessary for the owner operator to provide a certificate of insurance, meeting the Carriers Requirements and described in Paragraph (4) of the ICOA. All certificates shall include Progressive LLC, Suntecktts, BCB and its affiliates as an additional insured. These certificates should be submitted to the Vice President of Carrier Capacity.
Note: The above information is only an overview of benefits provided and the information should only be used a guide. Please refer to the actual policy for details on coverage or exclusions of coverage that may exist.
Owner Operator- Health Insurance Options:
Affordable / Portable Owner Operator Group Major Medical Insurance is available through IHA. To find out more about coverages the Owner Operator may call (888)-376-9811 or go online here.
Driving Experience – Must possess at least two (2) years of verifiable tractor-trailer driving experience within the past five (5) years. Specialized Operations: Require at least 2 years verified Reefer &/or Flatbed operating experience within that past 5 years. Military Veteran Exception: Minimum 1 year of verifiable tractor-trailer driving experience with a motor carrier within the past 2 years. Must have valid DD-214 & honorable discharge. Must be approved by BCB Transport Safety Management.
Note:Flatbed / Hotshot drivers must have a CLASS A CDL with (2) years of actual flatbed experience in the last 5 years
Physical Qualification – Driver must meet federal DOT medical requirements
Driving Record: Accidents – No more than three (3) minor preventable accidents within the preceding three (3) years. No involvement in a preventable DOT recordable accident in the past 12 months. Note: Any accident may disqualify an applicant based on the circumstances and severity.
Driving Record: Citations – Driver may not have more than two (2) moving violations in the past three (3) years.
Driving Under The Influence – Individuals convicted of DW I, DUI, (driving under the influence of alcohol and/or a controlled substance), while operating a commercial or private motor vehicle, will be disqualified if occurrence was within the last ten (10) years. In addition, refusal to submit to an alcohol or controlled substance test, will be disqualified if occurrence was within the last ten (10) years.
Drivers having any of the following violations are disqualified:
Felony involving a motor vehicle
Leaving the scene of an accident
Manslaughter or negligent homicide involving a motor vehicle
Any offense that would disqualify an applicant from obtaining Hazmat endorsement or TWIC card as issued by Transportation Security Administration
Equipment 10 years or newer is preferred, in good appearance and must be DOT ready.
Owner Operator must present evidence of the truck being DOT ready by presenting a passed DOT inspection completed within the last 60 days prior to entering into an agreement.
If the last DOT inspection is over 60 days, the owner operator may go to an approved company inspection facility complete a passed DOT inspection.
Equipment over 10-years:
If the equipment is over 10 – years and is in excellent condition the truck may be considered by the Vice President of Carrier Capacity if the owner operator has a good PSP score, the truck is in good appearance and must be DOT ready, evidenced by photos of the front sides and back of the vehicle.
Copy of Texas Title or Copy of Texas Title Application Receipt if the truck was recently purchased
Copy of Cab Card if you have your own Base plate
Copy of 2290
Copy of Recent Passed Truck Inspection within the past 30 days
Trucks over Ten years, must submit photos of truck for review prior to orientation (All 4-sides)
Attention: Out of State Titles and Registration – See RPO Requirements Below:
Registration Purposes Only: Trucks that have never been titled or registered in the state of Texas. (Original or Copy of Out of State Title or last vehicle registration, Power of Attorney or Bill of Sale, Current Texas Vehicle Inspection and Texas Empty CAT scale ticket.
At BCB orientation is divided up into (2) segments. Segment 1 is our online orientation; which is completed prior to Segment 2 our classroom orientation. Below is a brief description of each segment.
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Segment 1- Online Orientation:
Prior to attending Orientation at our Mansfield TX or Carlisle PA facility, it will be necessary to complete our online safety orientation. This online instruction consists of (20) short videos.
At the end of each video your will be asked to pass a short quiz consisting of a few questions that may be either multiple choice or true and false. While the online safety orientation does take approximately 3.5 hours to complete; it is not necessary to complete all 20 videos at once. Instead, you may choose to complete your video assignments in segments that are convenient to your schedule; prior to attending orientation.
The online orientation videos are provided by Vertical Alliance, a third party online training and safety platform for the Transportation Industry. All new drivers who join BCB must complete the online orientation and pass a drug screen prior to attending orientation in either Mansfield TX or Carlisle PA.
Segment 2- Classroom Orientation:
Our classroom orientation is at a terminal facility and consists of live instruction lasting approximately (2) days. The orientation will consist of the following: