With Hogan, Experienced Class A CDL truck drivers will get the personal attention that makes a truck driving job easier and more pleasurable. Sometimes, it’s as simple as a fleet manager who picks up the phone instead of ignoring a truck driver’s call. Maybe, it’s someone who knows what routes truck drivers prefer and gives you the loads you want. In addition to excellent pay and unmatched hometime, we do everything we can to support our Class A CDL truck drivers.
“With a lot of Dedicated and Regional accounts, you’re home daily. It makes it easier knowing you’ll be home for dinner.”
Everyone makes money when there are lots of miles to go around. At Hogan, even when times are tough for other carriers, we keep our drivers busy.
Our truck drivers tend to stay with us for a long time. One of the reasons they do so, apart from their strong relationships with fleet managers, is our benefits package. It proves that we view truck drivers as long-term partners.
With us, you can expect:
“The pay is great. A good account manager keeps you on the road and keeps you earning. They’re our daily frontline. It’s a good sign that Hogan’s drivers and driver managers have been around for so long. Longevity in this industry is harder and harder to find.”
“If you find a dispatcher that gets you, you’re going to stay. And with Hogan, the hometime is so good that a family man like me can’t dream of leaving.”
One of our greatest strengths is our range of driver options. If you want the miles, then our out-and-back runs will give you as many as you can legally run. If you want to stay close to home, our Dedicated and Regional runs are perfect for you. If you’re part of a team or looking to join one, our fleet managers have plenty of options for you.
If you ask our Class A CDL truck drivers what Hogan does better than any other trucking carrier they’ve worked with, they’ll say ‘Hometime.’ As a family owned network of trucking carriers, we understand that truck drivers need to get home often. Too many trucking carriers act like they own their truck drivers’ lives. We are not like that.