Super Service has long been known for its focus on safety, consistent and timely freight assignments and offering drivers some of the best when it comes to pay and benefits. With some recent changes to its compensation packages, Super Service drivers can now expect even more pay and more opportunities than ever before.
“It’s not all about the numbers here at Super Service,” said Ronnie Presley, Director of Recruiting for Super Service. “It’s about the people. We’re in the business of giving drivers what they need to succeed while prioritizing their family and personal lives.”
Earn more at Super Service
Earlier this year, Super Service upped its pay across the board for company drivers, students and teams. OTR company drivers and teams now earn 4 cents per mile more than ever before while student and regional driver pay increased by 2 cents per mile. The pay increase, combined with the company’s P3 program, gives drivers the ability to earn an unprecedented 10 cents per mile pay increase. Super Service also offers a $5,000 sign-on bonus to drivers.
Benefits that matter most
In addition to top pay, Super Service brings drivers the extras that really matter. These benefits include everything from life insurance to a flex spending account to a variety of flexible home time options. Super Service drivers especially love to take advantage of the company’s pet policy. There’s nothing better than having your four-legged friend right beside you when you’re on the road.
Get paid for how hard you work
Super Service’s P3 program (Performance Plus Pay) enables drivers to increase their pay through performance by as much as 6 cents per mile. With P3, drivers can improve their per-mile earnings based on these incentives: HazMat endorsement (1¢/mile; endorsement reimbursed by Super Service); safety bonus (2¢/mile); availability (1¢/mile); miles per gallon (1¢/mile); and service performance (1¢/mile). Super Service evaluates its drivers on each of the incentive areas every month.
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