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Due to the developing crisis, salaries are changing rapidly. Here is the average salary for Truck Drivers in New Hampshire since March 2020.

Latest average base salary
$83,789
per year

Truck Driver salary in New Hampshire

How much does a Truck Driver make in New Hampshire?

748 salaries reported, updated at November 24, 2021
$71,205
per year

The average salary for a truck driver is $71,205 per year in New Hampshire.

same
as national average

Most common benefits

  • Employee stock ownership plan
  • Referral program
  • Fuel discount
  • 401(k)
  • Paid time off
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Getting paid as a Truck Driver by operating mode

Solo drivers must take time to stop and sleep between shifts. In a team driving situation, two truck drivers make runs together. Owner operators generally earn a higher gross salary but take home pay is reduced by expenses.

Company Team Driver
$0.53 - $0.74

per mile

Up to 5,585 miles per week
Estimated average of $3,468 per week
Company Solo Driver
$0.47 - $0.64

per mile

Up to 3,000 miles per week
Estimated average of $1,095 per week
Owner Operator Driver
$0.94 - $1.75

per mile

Up to 2,400 miles per week
Estimated average of $3,624 per week

Salaries by years of experience in New Hampshire

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Getting paid as a Truck Driver by route type

OTR drivers spend weeks on the road but will command the highest salary. Regional drivers will stay within one area, which will generally mean they can come home on the weekends. Local drivers stay in-state and can generally come home each night, but are paid the least.

OTR Driver
$0.46 - $0.57

per mile

Up to 3,000 miles per week
0% of the OTR drivers get weekly home-time.
Regional Driver
$0.41 - $0.48

per mile

Up to 2,110 miles per week
26.4% of the regional drivers get weekly home-time.
Local Driver
$0.42 - $0.71

per mile

Up to 2,500 miles per week
52.3% of the local drivers get daily home-time.

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Best-paid skills and qualifications for truck drivers

Most recommended certification

TWIC Card

The jobs requiring this certification have increase by 16.37% since 2018. Truck Drivers with this certification earn +10.73% more than the average base salary, which is $71,205 per year.

Job Trend
YearNumber of job openings on Indeed requiring this certificationChange from previous year
20114increase by 4
201218756increase by 468800.00%
201373390increase by 291.29%
2014204899increase by 179.19%
2015204054decrease by 0.41%
2016224268increase by 9.91%
2017101197decrease by 54.88%
2018140715increase by 39.05%
2019163748increase by 16.37%

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More critical skills and qualifications that pay well

Information tooltip for top skills.Top skillsOwner-Operator+47.83%salary
Top skill
Salary
Job openings
Companies
Owner-Operator
+47.83%
20,714Company icon
OTR Driver
+24.01%
101,900Company icon
No Touch Freight
+15.15%
44,474Company icon
Home Weekly
+13.35%
65,150Company icon
Automatic Transmissions
+14.82%
2,405Company icon
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Public Health Degree
+13.87%
6 jobs
22Company icon
Medical Degree
+4.08%
130 jobs
387Company icon
Information tooltip for top licenses.Top licensesDoubles/Triples Endorsement+7.59%salary
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Doubles/Triples Endorsement
+7.59%
732 jobs
3,318Company icon
Hazmat Endorsement
+6.26%
3,499 jobs
24,322Company icon
Tanker Endorsement
+4.47%
2,993 jobs
16,860Company icon
X Endorsement
+8.43%
88 jobs
340Company icon

The most common pay model for truck drivers in New Hampshire

Pay Period
Salary
Per mile
$0.51
Per week
$1,095
Per month
$4,379
Per year
$43,791

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Most common benefits for Truck Drivers

  • Employee stock ownership plan
  • Referral program
  • Fuel discount
  • 401(k)
  • Paid time off
  • Life insurance
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid toll fees
  • Disability insurance
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Salary satisfaction

Based on 44,325 ratings

51% of Truck drivers in the United States think their salaries are enough for the cost of living in their area.

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Frequently asked questions

Common questions about salaries for a Truck Driver

What is the highest paying truck driving job?

Tanker drivers are some of the highest paid truck drivers.

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According to Indeed user ratings, 51% of truck drivers believe their salary is enough for cost of living in their area.

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