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‘Wylie Tough’ — Elite flatbed drivers can now earn more than $90K after pay increase


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Drivers who go the extra mile now earn even more after a North Dakota carrier announced a pay increase for OTR flatbed drivers.

Top Pay For The Industry’s Best Drivers

Fargo, North Dakota-based trucking company E.W. Wylie recently announced a major pay bump for OTR flatbed company drivers.

Under the new and improved pay package, top flatbed drivers earn average weekly pay of $1,730 and can easily make more than $90,000 per year thanks to driver-friendly financial perks like $75 tarp pay, a $1500 sign-on bonus, $1,000 “first dispatch at the end of orientation” pay, and a safety incentive program worth up to 4 CPM. Company drivers average 2,500 to 3,000 miles each week, with plenty of available miles for those who are motivated to earn more.

The company says that the pay increase is their way to show appreciation for some of the toughest and most dedicated professional drivers out on the road today.

Big Time Driver Benefits

In addition to top pay, E.W. Wylie drivers are also provided with top equipment to operate. The company provides late model Peterbilt 579s equipped with diesel powered APUs, inverters, and refrigerators as well as specialized step deck trailers.

Other major benefits for E.W. Wylie drivers include 100% paid medical premiums, a free rider policy, a pet policy, 24/7 on-call support from experienced dispatchers, and earn 1.5 days at home for every seven days out on the road.

If you aren’t an experienced flatbed driver, you can still join the E.W. Wylie team — flatbed training is available at driver orientation.

Founded in 1938, E.W. Wylie provides a variety of transportation and logistics services for clients in all 48 states and all Canadian provinces. If you’re ready to join the ranks of the company’s top-earning flatbed drivers, please click here to get started.

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