Knight Driving Benefits
Whether you’re an experienced driver or in training, we provide
resources and personal help to set you up for a successful career.
Our driver turnover is much lower than industry standards because of our culture of respect, trust, and open communication. We provide our Driving Associates the strength, capacity, and power of a large corporation, with the personal connection and convenience of a hometown carrier.
Pay and Bonuses
With weekly pay available (in most markets), driving for Knight Transportation means you can get the money you earned, faster. There’s no delay, no service charge, and no worries about the paycheck coming through thanks to our rock-solid financials. Knight drivers also have the opportunity for quarterly bonuses based on performance. These bonuses are very achievable — just ask our Driving Associates.
Others tout their “open-door policy.” At Knight, we don’t even know what that means. With us, you are a part of the team, a part of the family. You can have face-to-face conversations with anyone in the company.
Preferred Lanes and Hometime
We offer more choices to our Driving Associates than any other carrier in America. Whatever your preference, we do our best to keep you in the region that you want while still ensuring you receive your ideal hometime.
Average Truck Age of Less than 2 Years
No Forced Dispatch
Pet and Rider Programs
Service Centers Across the U.S.
The average length of haul for a Dry Van is about 475 miles. Dry van drivers get to stay more regional and are offered flexible hometime options.
The average length of haul for Refrigerated truckloads is 750 miles. Reefer drivers get more OTR time, and still, have flexibility in creating schedules.
Port & Rail Driving Associates are generally no more than a day or two away from home allowing for more frequent and consistent hometime.
Running local, over-the-road refrigerated, or hauling flatbeds, receive the miles you want, the pay you need, and the hometime you deserve.