Dot Foods is ranked #92 on Forbes Magazine’s list of America’s Largest Private Companies. As its transportation subsidiary, Dot Transportation has grown right along with Dot Foods. Dot Transportation employs many of the best drivers on the road – and has one of the lowest turnover rates in the industry.
Dot Transportation reimburses Truck Driver Institute graduates for truck driver training tuition, if the schooling has been completed within the last 3 years. Maximum out-of-pocket reimbursement is $4,600.
Once employed, you will find that DTI has one of the best finishing programs in the industry. Student drivers are compensated $500 per week of orientation and training. Drivers with over 200,000 miles of confirmed experience are compensated $1,000 per week of orientation and training. All drivers take at least one week of DTI training classes. Students receive up to 8 weeks of training on the road with one of our hand-picked, professional trainers.
Dot Transportation drivers have assigned equipment – and it is among the finest on the road: late-model conventionals with stand-up sleepers, 430 hp. engines, autoshift transmission, cruise, and engine brakes.
We know a big part of our job is to make sure you have the training and confidence to become a commercial truck driver. And, a very big part of our job is to help you find a carrier where you can put those new skills to work. At Truck Driver Institute, we have the resources and experience to do just that — we have been putting America to work since 1973. Contact us today.