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Trucking Jobs in Virginia Beach

Prospective truck drivers in the Virginia Beach area have plenty of options when it comes to truck driver training and employment opportunities after CDL completion or diesel mechanic training. There are many companies that offer drivers competitive pay, guaranteed home time, 401K, medical benefits, and other incentives for joining their team. Plus, there are many types of positions available, whether you want to work OTR, team driver, local, regional, or national jobs.

Virginia Beach has a diverse economy that needs CDL trained drivers with clean records to keep things moving for local and national businesses. Agribusiness, tourism, military, and private businesses are the core drivers that fuel trucking positions in the area.

If you live in the Virginia Beach area and want to know more about trucking jobs in your area, use the listings below to start applying today!

Featured Virginia Trucking Jobs
Weekly Direct Deposit - No Hold Pay, Practical Miles Paid On All Miles, Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance, 100% No Touch Freight – 85% Drop and Hook (solo) Teams 90-95% Drop/Hook
Weekly Pay, Flexible Home Time, Paid Vacation, Health Benefits, Bonus Incentives
Industry Leading Pay, Frequent Home Time; daily, weekly or biweekly with most jobs, Affordable Benefit Options, Variety of Driving Jobs Available; local, regional and over-the-road
Industry Leading Pay, Company Matched 401K, Affordable Benefit Packages, Local, Regional and Over-the-road Driving Jobs Available
$5000 Orientation Completion Bonus!, Life Insurance, Disability and 401k - Plus Company Match , Paid Vacation, Family Owned, Driver Focused , Heath, Dental, and Vision Insurance, In Cab Internet Access
Sign-on Bonus, Top Pay, Orientation & Training Pay, Driver & Family Focused, Late Model, CSA Friendly Equipment, 401K & Full Health Coverage, Tarp/OD/Hazmat Additional Pay
Weekly Pay, 401K Plan, Drivers Average 2500-2750 miles per week

Driving in Virginia Beach

Truck drivers in the Virginia Beach area are well-traveled on the I-64 and I-264 highways, which are connected. Those who drive in the area will also use the Hampton Roads Beltway and US Route 58 and 60 to make their runs.

Another driving attraction is the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, the longest of its kind in the world and a world famous feat of engineering. The city has plenty of public transportation, which can cut down on residential traffic, making it easier for commercial truckers to move about. However, bridges and tunnels are known to be congested parts of driving in the Virginia Beach area. Truckers may find that traffic can differ greatly between seasonal and off-season times for vacationers.

Living and Working in Virginia Beach

Transportation workers in the Virginia Beach area earned an average of $22.71 an hour in 2014, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Even though this is a little lower than the national average, drivers can earn more than the average salary depending on the company they choose to work for and the type of position they pursue. This number includes all driving positions. Even those that do not require a CDL. That's why it's important to contact employers listed on this page to learn what kinds of competitive wages and benefits they offer.

If you are ready to apply your CDL A or B qualifications to your next career in trucking, reach out to the employers below to learn more about the positions they need to fill.

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