Whether you’re a company driver or an owner-operator, Classic can find part-time truck driver opportunities that fit your schedule. Just let us know when you’re available and we will find work for you! 

While we love having great drivers join us long-term, we also understand that trucking 24/7 doesn’t appeal to everyone. Sometimes you just need to pay a few bills and move on. And we can help.

What is a Part-Time OTR Driver?

A part-time OTR (over-the-road) truck driver with Classic picks up driving work on the days and times that work best with their schedule. While part-time drivers aren’t eligible for Classic company benefits, they enjoy total flexibility and freedom in determining their own work schedules. Drive one day a week or one week a month, regularly, seasonally, or whenever the mood strikes you.

Benefits of Being a Part-Time OTR Driver

Our part-time driver opportunities are a great way for seasonal workers or retirees with a CDL license to earn some cash. Pick up a few loads ahead of the holidays or over the summer. We’re flexible!  

  • Give us 24-hour notice of your availability and we’ll schedule work for you
  • Limitless opportunities for those who want maximum flexibility 
  • Drive for us for a day, a week, or a month – whatever you prefer – and get cash in hand!

If you have a CDL and you’re a safe driver – we can find a route for you… and put money in your pocket!

semi truck owned by Classic Carriers, Versailles, Ohio

If you have a CDL and you’re a safe driver – we can find a route for you… and put money in your pocket!

Part-Time OTR Driver Qualifications

At Classic Carriers, we place importance on keeping our trucks and technology up-to-date to better serve real-time information to our customers. You can expect:

  • Must possess a Class A Commercial Driver License (CDL)
  • Must possess two years of recent verifiable experience, which can include military experience
  • Must possess acceptable motor vehicle record (MVR) based on hiring standards
  • Must be at least 23 years old
  • Must meet all Department of Transportation (DOT) regulatory requirements under section 391 of the Federal Motor Carriers (FMC) regulations
  • Need training? Learn more about our paid training program.

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