Skip to the main content.
Apply Get Pre-Qualified
Averitt Benefits

From great pay and benefits to our late-model equipment to our state-of-the art facilities, you'll find the best benefits on the road here at Averitt.

Life on the Road Blog

Averitt's blog about Life on the Road, with tips and experiences from real team members.

Resource Library

A library of documents and downloads that can help you as you research your future career.

Driver Podcast

Hear from Averitt associates about what's happening now at Averitt

Online Reviews

Click below to read real reviews from Averitt drivers and associates

Call Us Now

Our staff of recruiters is available to call Monday-Saturday. Give us a call now!

Live Chat Now

Chat now with our recruiter team to get the answers to your questions.

Get Pre-Qualified

Answer a few quick questions to determine where you best fit at Averitt.

Frequent Questions

Get the answers to our most frequent questions - or ask your own!

Opportunities to Grow Your Career in Transportation

thumbnail_word cloud copy

With so many options, a career in transportation is a smart step for you no matter what stage you are in. At Averitt, we have multiple opportunities to help you fine-tune your skills!

Early Career Opportunities in Transportation

DAL_Omar_Moreno_dock_to_driver_video_picture choosing-freight-transportation-provider Admin Header Large

Dock-to-Driver Program

Leadership Development

Part-Time Internships

Get paid to work on the dock while learning the skills to earn your CDL. 

3-6 month training program designed to prepare trainees for an entry-level leadership opportunity with Averitt.  

Learn about the diverse services we provide while exploring various aspects of the supply chain management cycle.  


2 min read

Averitt's Driver Advisory Council - We Hear You!

Averitt's Driver Advisory Council - We Hear You!

When Averitt says we listen to our drivers, we mean it. In fact, we ask our Driver Advisory Council for input on pretty much everything.
Averitt DAC MTG-6

“When there is a proposal to change something at Averitt, before we do anything that would affect the driver, we want to be able to run it by a group of them,” Director of Driver Services David Broyles said. “We want the driver’s perspective.”  

So, around seven years ago, a rotating council of 16 drivers was created to give representation to Averitt’s diverse and growing fleet. The Driver Advisory Council meets every couple of months to discuss the experiences and sentiments of Averitt’s CDL-A over-the-road truck drivers.

The group is decidedly diverse and includes drivers based all over Averitt’s network: – North, South, East and West. Some of the drivers on the council are new to driving, while others have driven a lot longer – one council member has been on the Averitt team for 22 years. The only requirement, Broyles said, is that members are willing to share their opinion.

“It helps us get a reality check for what the fleet looks like,” Broyles said. “I think it's important that you get different opinions and perspectives, and the only way you can do that is to have different members that represent all different drivers.”

The council has helped steer us through the big stuff (like compensation changes and new programs) and the small stuff (like amenities in the trucks and uniforms). One time, drivers reported that a bush planted outside of a service center was making it harder to see and causing a safety issue, so we had it moved. In another instance, the council successfully advocated for new uniform shirts that don’t need to be tucked in. Recently, Averitt asked the council to test a new system for pre-trip inspections. After a short trial run, drivers on the council decided the system wasn’t good for the driver. So, we decided not to implement it.

“Anything and everything that could touch a driver’s life, we discuss it with the council,” Broyles said. “I think it’s important that drivers know they have a voice, and that people aren’t just making changes without thinking of the driver perspective.”

And company leaders have come to rely on the council’s input.

“I can’t imagine not having the advisory council,” Broyles said. “It’s second nature for us to say, ‘we’re going to run this by the council.’”

More importantly, drivers at Averitt know they can ask questions or express their concerns with council members. They serve as ambassadors to the fleet. And the fleet can look to them as a representative – kind of like the U.S. House of Representatives, Broyles said.

“They have a representative that goes in and talks to us on a regular basis,” he said.
“They’re getting a voice in the things that are going on that are affect their lives.”

Looking to join a team that listens to drivers? Take a look at openings in your area and apply below!


From the Driver's Seat - Regional Truckload Pay Increase

From the Driver's Seat - Regional Truckload Pay Increase

In this episode of our podcast, From the Driver's Seat, Director of Driver Services, David Broyles, and guest Danny Crooks discuss key updates and...

Read More
Inside Averitt's City Driving: Michael and Ruben's Journey

Inside Averitt's City Driving: Michael and Ruben's Journey

City driving presents a unique set of challenges and rewards for professional drivers. Unlike long-haul routes, city driving involves navigating...

Read More
A Journey into Intermodal Driving with Averitt

A Journey into Intermodal Driving with Averitt

Intermodal driving, which involves picking up and delivering containers to and from ports and rail yards on Averitt-owned chassis, presents a...

Read More