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Now Hiring Dedicated CDL-A Drivers!

Dedicated Route - Earn  $58,500+/Yr - Excellent Benefits - Drop & Hook Freight 

Our growth and commitment to our drivers continues in 2021, with big plans on the horizon. This year Navajo celebrates 40 years as a leading refrigerated carrier servicing nationwide customers from coast-to-coast. It is thanks to our professional driving fleet that Navajo has been recognized as a Top Company for Women to Work 3 years in a row by Women in Trucking, a Top 100 Carrier, Top Innovator and Safety Award winner multiple times over.

Navajo drivers can grow their careers with us while enjoying great health benefits, bonuses, new and expertly maintained equipment and home time when they need it. There has never been a better time. Find Your Lane at Navajo Express!

Do you know Navajo? Apply Today or Call (855) 398-9046!

Navajo Dedicated Drivers Enjoy:

  • GUARANTEED $58,500+ Annual Salary! 
  • Earn $225 per Day = $1,125+ per Week 
  • Home Every Other Day PLUS 1-2 Days Off Each Week 
  • Out & Back Runs
  • Expertly-Maintained Equipment  
  • Drop & Hook w/ Some Live Loads - Reefer Freight! 
  • 401(k) with Company Match 
  • Family Owned & Operated – Always With Respect! 

Requirements to Apply:

  • Class A and 21 years old
  • Good MVR – will review. Be honest up front & improve your hiring status
  • No DWI/DUI in last 3 years; No more than 3 at-fault accidents in 12 months
  • No texting/distracted driving in last 12 months

Do you know Navajo? Apply Today or Call (855) 398-9046!

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