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With this over the road contract opportunity, independent contractors operate mostly east of Interstate 35 and at times, east of the Rocky Mountains.


  • 65% gross revenue on all loaded miles
  • Avg revenue per load is around $905
  • Avg $3,500 weekly (contractors making these earnings are 14+ days out)
    • Top 25% avg $5000/week, top 50% avg $4,300/week (contractors making these earnings are 21+ days out)
  • Load visibility allowing you to plan your own loads
    • Allowed one dispatched load and one preplanned load
  • 100% pass thru of shipper’s fuel surcharge
  • Accessorial and short haul rates
  • Orientation pay- $187.50 per day, paid on first settlement
  • CPM will be paid by to drive truck to orientation. Amount will be the weekly fuel surcharge rates.


  • Plates, permits, and tolls are not paid by JB Hunt. (Plates are deducted at $32.50 a week, permits are deducted at $50 per year for a onetime fee and tolls can be deducted for $80 a week)
  • Fuel deducted based on fuel purchased the previous week
  • $$20.00 deducted weekly for Peoplenet Tablet unit, which is installed by J.B. Hunt at orientation. No trucks older than 1997.
  • $50 deducted weekly to a max of $1,850 for escrow account


  • Position is Over The Road. Contractor needs to understand loads will NOT be local/regional. Contractor should expect to be out 14+ days
  • Flexible home time, the longer you stay out the more money you will make.  Recommended that contractor stays out for 14-21+ days to maximize earnings
  • East of I-35, no forced dispatch
  • No California, no NYC, and no Canada


  • Load board visibility giving drivers the flexibility to plan for themselves
  • Servicing hundreds of customers and open visibility to all loads
  • Fuel at our discounted price deducted from weekly settlement so no out of pocket expense
  • 24-hour road service
  • Discounted insurance, parts, tires, and maintenance through our nationwide network of vendors.
  • Pets and passengers are permitted

To qualify, tractors must pass initial and bi-yearly DOT inspections.  Tractor will receive a DOT inspection at orientation.  Tractor must weigh less than 20,000 lbs, fueled and occupied. Fifth-wheel height cannot exceed 47-1/2 inches. No trucks older than 1997

Please remind the driver that they must have a bill of sale, title, and a current 2290 with them when they report for orientation.

Effective immediately we will no longer require an OTR Independent Contract to have a Power of Attorney, where the driver does not own the truck. The owner of the truck will have to understand that we will only deal with the driver when it comes to operational issues. The driver of the truck will still be the name listed on the lease agreement. The 1099 will go to the driver, but the revenue can go into any account that is set up.

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