Details for Truck Driver, Class A CDL, Regional

McFarland Truck Lines, Inc.


Truck Driver, Class A CDL, Regional - DRIVER FRIENDLY!




We will assign you a newer truck, get you home often, and give you the personal attention you deserve. We’re a small sized company with a family environment that treats you fair.


ü  Average 2200 – 2500 miles per week

ü  Home Weekly or stay out longer if you want

ü  Your first check will include orientation pay, part of your sign-on bonus, pay for your first week’s work, and mileage pay from your home to our office in Austin, MN and we’ll provide the ride.

ü  Newer truck with an APU and inverter for your comfort. Most of our trucks are 2016 – 2019.

ü  Many drop and hook locations

ü  Safety Bonus

ü  DOT Inspection Bonus $200 for any level inspection

ü  Mileage bonus

ü  Detention Pay after 2 hrs.

ü  Additional Stop Pay

ü  Sign-On $1250

ü  Referral Bonus of $2000

ü  Daily Per Diem, not used as part of your mileage pay, tax free

ü  Cell Phone Reimbursement, tax free

ü  Rider and pet allowed

ü  Matching 401(k)

ü  Weekly Direct Deposit

ü  An Annual Awards Banquet

ü  Medical, Dental, and Vision plan

ü  Paid Holidays, Vacation, Sick Days, and Bereavement Pay

ü  Company paid Life Insurance.


We operate mainly in North Central US and occasionally in GA, KY, MI, ND, NC, OK, SD, TN, and TX.



  • Class A CDL
  • Good driving record
  • Tractor/trailer experience
  • Must be at least 23 years old


We’re a Veteran Friendly, Family Business operating since 1940!


Contact Scott today! Direct 507-437-9905 / 800-533-0564 X205

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