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Ready to enjoy relaxing sports and fun-filled weekends? Be sure to check out Ohio. Ohio is known as the “Buckeye State” and “The Mother of Presidents” and is the 34th state and home to about 12 million people in an area that's about 45,000 square miles. Ohio has great trucking jobs because it's considered a major hub with a lot of rest areas and weigh stations. Truckers can easily Apply & quickly access interstates to take jobs further south, west, or they can stay local. Local drivers can enjoy an easy commute and don't have to deal with tons of traffic or delays until the winter months where they can plan ahead and take OTR jobs further south. With local Ohio trucking jobs from EveryTruckJob.com, you can have weekends off, giving you plenty of time for family events and fun activities. Below is more information on Ohio and trucking jobs in the area.

Truck drivers love Ohio because it borders with Indiana, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Kentucky. That means you have fast access to OTR jobs if you want to get on the road in the winter months and head to North and South Carolina or Florida. You can also take work that will bring you into New York and New Jersey for bigger jobs. With lots of great trucking jobs in Ohio and surrounding states, you'll find quick access to the routes you need to help you meet quotas and deadlines.

Trucking Jobs: Ohio Availability

Ohio is a big hub for truck drivers looking for work as team drivers, solo drivers, owner operators or new drivers. Here are a few samples of available jobs from companies that are hiring in Ohio include:

  • DS Express Carriers Inc of Huron, OH, is looking for solo company drivers. They work in almost every state and are looking for OTR drivers who can run 3,000 to 3,200 miles each week with a valid Class A CDL license. They offer safety bonuses, life insurance, weekly home time, direct deposit, 99% no touch freight, a comprehensive benefits plan, assigned equipment and other great incentives.
  • Another great company to check out is Falcon Transport, based out of Youngstown, OH. They are looking for solo company drivers and students who are recent grads are also welcome to apply. They have been in business for over 100 years and are looking for OTR Class A CDL drivers. They guarantee no touch freight for van drivers, dedicated round trip runs, assigned tractors and other great incentives. Applicants should also know that they have a $2,000 signing bonus and offer a yearly anniversary bonus. They even have a $750 referral bonus.
  • Bolt Express is based out of Toledo, OH and is looking for small fleet drivers. They work in almost every state and are looking for Class A company drivers. They offer fuel discounts, have a fuel advance program, a 100% fuel surcharge that's paid, and they offer vacation pay, orientation pay, a retirement plan, 401(k) plan and full benefits package.

Benefits to Ohio Trucking Jobs

Because Ohio is located in the north, you can easily access several surrounding states, making this a central hub and great area to work in for Ohio truck driving jobs. There are also plenty of OTR jobs in nearby states, so be sure to check with them, as well.

What Ohio Has to Offer

  • Ohio is home to great sports teams including the Cincinnati Reds, the Ohio Machine, the Cleveland Indians, the Cincinnati Bengals, the Cleveland Browns, the Cavaliers, the Crew, and the Blue Jackets.
  • Centrally located, Ohio near Lake Erie and Lake Michigan, as well as the Ohio River. That means pristine views year round and plenty of activities to keep the kids entertained.
  • Ohio is about 87% Caucasian, 10% African American, and the rest a mix of Indians, Spanish people and other races.

Highway and Travel Information

Ohio has the following means of transportation:

  • US route 30, US Route 40, I-76, I-70, Route 32, I-75, I-71, I-77, I-75, and other convenient interstates and routes connecting Ohio with nearby states.
  • Ohio also has convenient access to train routes via Amtrak, bus access through local commuter services, along with buses that come in from out of state including Greyhound, Trailways, Megabus and other services. Flights are routed through Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Port Columbus International Airport and Dayton International Airport. There are smaller airports that handle cargo and you may find that if you work locally, you may have pick-ups from these areas.


With the largest online selection of available trucking jobs throughout the United States, EveryTruckJob is the best source for all trucking jobs across the nation and information on trucking companies. To search for trucking jobs, go to EveryTruckJob.com and you can search by job type or state. You can also reach Every Truck Job at (866) 383-7956.

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Local trucking jobs in your state

If you are looking for a local driving job such as hot shot, expediting or something similar it is often better to try the local unemployment office. Many of the companies listed here have local and OTR driving positions, but the requirements and openings vary from terminal to terminal. Ohio driving jobs are available, and we encourage you to apply and check back often as we add additional better trucking companies and post better trucking jobs in Ohio. If you need assistance in Ohio locating a job, sending your resume to a company, or need to report a company that had a job listed in Ohio please contact us and provide feedback on your situation.

Remember, in the future when you're looking for a truck driving jobs or any type of trucking job, whether it's local or otr driving, EveryOwnerOperatorJob.com has the options, the companies, and the security for you!


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