Driving Jobs are Available


Customer service and Quality Drive-Away are synonymous with each other. As a "service based company" we must provide the best possible customer service available if we want to stay in business. A big part of our success is due to the drivers we hire. We are big enough to get the job done but small enough to still know our drivers by name. We are looking for people that have a good attitude, are professional in how they look and act, have the qualifications for the job and the right equipment to perform their job duties. As an Independent Contractor with Quality Drive-Away, Inc. you will enjoy being paid a competitive rate, have tolls, permits and washes reimbursed when applicable, have access to your pay advances and settlement payments in a timely fashion (usually the same day and often within hours of being dispatched or settled), and the freedom to set your own schedule because as an independent contractor.

You are your own boss. You will be managing your own time and make all the business decisions for yourself. You have the freedom to decide when and where you would like to travel—you just call in when you want to work because we have no 'forced' dispatch.  You get paid daily and you have the opportunity to see the country and meet lots of interesting people along the way! If you want to stop and see the sights or visit family after a delivery, you just do it without consulting anyone—remember, you are your own boss!

With strategically located offices acroos the country to work out of, we offer more variety to our drivers than most of our competitors. Each year we seek more customers and we in turn will need more drivers to service these customers. As an example of this, our contract with Blue Bird School Bus went from moving 4,000 buses in 2006 to over 6,500 buses in 2007. In 2008 we also began a new contract with Volvo, which will bring more work to CDL drivers on the East coast. In 2009 we added Navistar to our customer list and 2010 brought more commercial truck and bus contracts. What does the future hold? Come join us and see.