Stevens transport is a great training company that let's you get started if your looking to work for a more experienced driving career. You may also stay with them and become a family oriented life style within their company. The staff has always been there to help you with anything you need to succeed.
Over the Road driver (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – January 26, 2015
I started with this company as a truck driver and it has a great training program. The equipment are maintain well and offer late models. The pay really was poor. Could use better benefits and work loads. The best way to go is to purchase a truck through the company and become an owner operator. They also offer O/O to become trainers which is how they provide better pay. This may be a good way to start a career to become a trucker but pay your dues and take advantage of the opportunities that come your way. Good luck!
Sponsorship and equipment
Company drivers pay/ work load/ out for a month at the least
Stable work and all the miles you can run if you are proactive.
Professional Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – January 12, 2015
The first 6 months are terrible but after that you get more freedom and people start to treat you slightly better. You will change DM's about 4-5 times till you settle on the one that works best with you. Pay is all in how proactive you are going to be. Getting reimbursements is up to you and don't expect anyone to do anything for you without hassling them first. Home time is guaranteed but just don't be picky about what day you get home. Over all its a great company.
Over the Road Driver (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – November 8, 2013
Drove an 18 wheeler daily and learned many driving techniques to make driving safer for me and others around me. Work with great co-workers. The hard is part of this job was not seeing my family as much but I loved seeing the country and the changes in season.
Receptionist and Human Resources Assistant (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – October 30, 2013
Good place to work at, learned details in management and adaptability to combine two positions and maintain a positive attitude. Learned to have the highest respect for co-workers and their jobs. The learning experience was the best part of the job. The hardest part of the job was to leave my position to take care of my elderly, indigent mother.