Q: What type of tractors does Southwestern Nevada run?

A: We run 2020 automatic Freightliner Cascadia’s equipped with optimized idle and Omnitracs ELDs. They are governed at 70 MPH.


Q: How long are Southwestern Nevada drivers out?

A: Drivers normally earn one day home for every seven days out. Southwestern Nevada runs 48 states, our drivers may be out two weeks at a time.


Q: How often do Southwestern Nevada drivers get paid?

A: Our pay period runs Saturday to Friday. We pay our drivers for every mile (loaded & empty) ran during the pay period on the following Friday.


Q: Does Southwestern Nevada have a pet policy?

A: Due to customer restrictions at the majority of our pick-up and delivery locations, we have a “no pet” policy at Southwestern Nevada.


Q: Does Southwestern Nevada have a rider program?

A: No, our insurance carrier does not allow for non-cdl holder passengers.


Q: How much do Southwestern Nevada drivers make?

A: Our pay scale ranges from 40 cpm to 55 cpm, depending on your experience and background. On average our drivers make $1200 weekly.


Q: Does Southwestern Nevada train for load securement?

A: Southwestern Nevada offers a mentor program that pairs the driver with a senior driver mentor who can assist the driver with load securement issues as well as any other issues the driver may run in to.


Q: Does Southwestern Nevada offer paid orientation?

A: Yes.


Q: What does orientation consist of?

A: Orientation takes place in Mansfield, Texas

Lasts 1 day.

New hire paperwork

Establish driver level and issue assigned truck & trailer

Complete thorough inventory/condition check of assigned truck & trailer


Q: Does Southwestern Nevada offer a lease-purchase program?

A: At this time, Southwestern Nevada does not offer a lease-purchase program.