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Oklahoma is known as the “Sooner State”, the “Land of the Red Man”, and also “Native America.” Oklahoma City is its capital, and Oklahoma City-Shawnee is its largest metropolitan area, while it is home to almost 3.9 million people in an area that is almost 70,000 square miles. If you're thinking about finding truck driving jobs here to work as a trucker, you'll find this state is centrally located with convenient access to several surrounding states, interstates and access routes that can take you all over the country. There are also a lot of good truck driving jobs in Oklahoma and nearby states so it is best to Apply before they are filled. The schools are very good and real estate is reasonably priced, as well. Below are a few facts on Oklahoma to better help you learn about this area if you work here. We've also included a few oklahoma truck driving jobs in the area to give you an idea of who is hiring. When you're ready to make the move to work in Oklahoma or to see more truck driving jobs here, check with EveryTruckJob.com.

Reasons To Work In Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma is home to the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Oklahoma city Dodgers, the Tulsa Drillers, the Tulsa Oilers, and other top teams that have come to Oklahoma to play at their Ford Center and other locations. Oklahoma is also big on college sports and you'll find that you might be driving equipment for the University of Oklahoma or Oklahoma State University and when you have weekends off, you can enjoy attending games with your family.
  • Oklahoma is also home to a lot of good schools and rural areas where not only can you find great schools for your kids, but you will be able to enjoy a larger home, less stress and your family will be safe.
  • Oklahoma is 82% Caucasian, 8% Black, 4% Hispanic and the balance a mix of Black, Indian and Asian people.
  • Oklahoma is also conveniently situated by several surrounding states including Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Texas and New Mexico.
  • Because the weather can be a bit of an issue with hurricanes and tornadoes, ensure your family has an evacuation plan, is in an area that isn't low lying and that will help to ensure they have everything they need while you are on the road. Some families have storm bunkers, generators, or other self sustaining items that can help if there's a sudden storm. You can also speak to other drivers about how to deal with weather conditions.

Interstate and Route Access

Oklahoma has access to the following means of travel:

  • Interstates: I-35, I-44, I-40, and Route 66, are all areas that can take drivers across Oklahoma which has over 12,000 miles of roads.
  • Oklahoma also has access to the Heartland Flyer, a train service offered on Amtrak that takes drivers from Oklahoma City to Fort Worth. There are also water ports through the Tulsa Port of Catoosa and the Port of Muskogee. There is also convenient bus access and commercial flights that run through Tulsa International Airport and Will Rogers World Airport.

Trucking Jobs: Oklahoma

A lot of good trucking companies are hiring in the Oklahoma area for Oklahoma truck driving jobs. Some of these companies are looking for team drivers, solo company drivers, and owner operators. Below are sample job openings from a few companies in Oklahoma:

  • Melton Truck Lines, Inc. is based out of Tulsa, OK and they are looking for solo company drivers to work in most states. They are offering top pay and new equipment for their drivers. They also offer a good benefits plan that includes vision, medical, dental and retirement benefits. With this company you don't need flatbed experience and they have a paid orientation plan. With several incentives and benefit pay, you may want to check out this great company.
  • Hurricane Express, Inc. is based out of Colcord, OK and they are looking for solo company drivers in AR, MO and OK. They frequently have a sign-on bonus and pay averages about $1,400 per week. Drivers work 5 days and are off 2 days. They also offer recent model Peterbilt trucks with 80 inch sleepers. They want drivers who are over the age of 30 and have 2 years of OTR experience.
  • Satnam Enterprises, Inc. is based out of Norman, OK and they are looking for company solo drivers and company team drivers with flatbed, reefer and van driving experience. They offer weekly pay and have direct deposit.

Tips on Local Trucking Jobs

When working in Oklahoma, check in surrounding states for job opportunities. Also look for companies with hiring bonuses to help with moving expenses. Check with other drivers who can help with weather related conditions and storm alerts.

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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. Oklahoma 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 Oklahoma. If you need assistance in Oklahoma locating a job, sending your resume to a company, or need to report a company that had a job listed in Oklahoma please contact us and provide feedback on your situation.

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