Looking to drive one of the most stable and in-demand commodities transported by truck? Trade UP to CDL-A Petroleum Truck Driver Jobs with Florida Rock & Tank Lines!

Florida Rock & Tank Lines, a leading Southeast carrier is growing rapidly, offering you opportunities to trade UP to a better driving career!

Drive as a CDL-A Truck Driver, loading petroleum products from bulk petroleum terminals, using technology-based loading systems. Loads are delivered to retail convenience stores and commercial/industrial customers within 75 miles of the loading origin. Products consist of gasoline, diesel, aviation jet, and ethanol. Drivers deliver 3-4 loads per shift and are home daily.

We have CDL-A Company Truck Driver positions available!

CDL-A Company Truck Driver:

  • Guaranteed pay
  • Daily home time
  • FULL benefits (health, dental, vision, life, STD, AD&D, business travel & more)
  • Local customers
  • Weekend & night incentive  pay
  • 401(k) with 50% company match
  • Paid Time Off & holidays 
  • Seniority pay raise
  • Quarterly & annual safety bonuses equaling 6% of line haul pay
  • Annual safety awards
  • HazMat security fee reimbursement
  • Hazmat not required if obtained during training

Are you ready to trade UP to a better driving career? Get started as a CDL-A truck driver with Florida Rock & Tank Lines today!

Terminals:

  • Montgomery, AL
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • Panama City, FL
  • Pensacola, FL
  • Port Everglades, FL
  • Orlando, FL
  • Tampa, FL
  • Albany, GA
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Augusta, GA
  • Bainbridge, GA
  • Columbus, GA
  • Macon, GA
  • Savannah, GA
  • Charlotte, NC
  • Chattanooga, TN
  • Knoxville, TN
  • Nashville, TN

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