Make the Switch & Drive for Dot Transportation
We’re not here to sugar-coat things—you know as well as we do that being a professional truck driver is hard work. And, honestly, switching jobs can be a hassle. But driving for Dot Transportation, Inc. (DTI) is a job change that’s worth the effort. Drive with us and you’ll reap the short– and long-term benefits of joining our team.
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Switch to DTI & You’ll Find
We know the most important parts of your life happen outside of work. Since we are a private, family-owned and -operated carrier and we haul our own freight, we can provide you with the consistent home time you deserve.
This job is hard work. That’s why we ensure our truck drivers get paid for every part of the job. Mileage; stop, pickup, and delivery pay; bonuses, paid time off, holidays, and more—that’s what you can expect when you drive for DTI.
DTI has been around for 30 years and has never laid off a single employee. Not once. We understand the importance of job stability. You rely on us so your family can rely on you—so our priority is to keep your jobs secure.
401(k) Match & Profit Sharing
With our 401(k) match, profit-sharing bonuses, and other financial planning resources, you’ll be on your way to a financially secure retirement.
At DTI, we keep our equipment up-to-date and innovative. Our late-model, automatic Volvo® and Peterbilt trucks are maintained in DTI’s garages by our in-house mechanics.
“I started on the 4×4 schedule. I have a family and knowing when I’d be home and when I’d be out was really enticing to me with my first driving job. It’s good money, but for me, it’s more about getting home as often as possible. Anything I’ve needed, management and dispatch have bent over backwards to help me out.”
Jason, Maryland Driver
An Elite Fleet of Professional Drivers
If you’re hired at DTI, then you know you’re one of the best drivers in the industry. Your customer service skills are impeccable. Your safety-first mindset keeps you, your customers, and other drivers safe when you’re out on the road. You take pride in your profession and are looking for a team who respects the essential products you’re hauling to all corners of the country.
Driving for DTI is Worth It
Lori’s world revolves around her family. And DTI gives her the ability to stay family-focused. When she isn’t training other drivers, she is at home supporting her parents.
“DTI has worked with me to give me the position I need to take care of my parents. I can’t ask for anything better.”
Nate moved from the California DC to our Chicago DC to be closer to his brother. Between DTI’s family-oriented values and their consistent schedules, Nate was able to reconnect with his brother and establish new roots in Chicago.
“DTI was very accommodating.”
Nate moved from our California distribution center to our Chicago distribution center to be closer to his brother. Between DTI’s family-oriented values and their consistent schedules, Nate was able to reconnect with his brother and establish new roots in Chicago.
“DTI was very accommodating.”
“With DTI, I feel like I’m well taken care of. When I saw that they had a four [days] on, four [days] off option, I was like, ‘I’m going to start with that’ because you can still make decent money and then still do what you like to do. It’s kind of like the best of both worlds.”
Driven: the Drive for DTI Blog
In 2022, driver Dick Kramberg etched his name in the DTI record books by officially joining Dot Transportation’s 5 Million Mile Club where he joined the ranks of such legendary DTI drivers as… **checks notes** ...nobody. When Kramberg and his wife, Marilyn, rolled...
Jose Castellano’s hard work and culinary talents opened doors he never thought possible. But the pandemic forced him to make a difficult choice: take a step back or begin a new professional challenge. Opting for the latter, he took the wheel with Dot Transportation....
Harry Graham got his first taste of commercial driving while working for a Chicago-based utilities company. But jumping from Chicago suburb to Chicago suburb wasn’t quite the adventure he was hoping for. A 15-year veteran of the Armed Services, Harry Graham sought a...