New Hampshire Owner Operator Jobs

You're looking for a way to drive a truck and see the world while still being your own boss. If this sounds like you, becoming an owner-operator may be the next step in your career. Owner-operators in New Hampshire may drive trucks all over New England to deliver goods. If you wish, you can even take cross-country routes. There are certain training and licensing requirements you must meet if you decide to become an owner-operator.

If you become an owner-operator, you may eventually enjoy a higher salary potential than those that become company drivers. This is due to the fact that you can set your own rates, take on as many clients as you're comfortable with, and draw your own salary from the company's profits. However, as you initially build your business and learn to manage your business expenses, your income may be lower. Per O*Net, the average salary for a truck driver in New Hampshire is $37,000 per year.

As a self-employed truck driver, you may take on clients from many different sectors. Common clients include wholesalers, shipping companies, manufacturers, and retail stores. Cast a wide net to build your reputation.

Featured New Hampshire Trucking Jobs
$2,000 Sign-On Bonus Available!, $1,450 Average Weekly Pay!, Consistent, Dependable Hometime , Same Rate of Pay for Empty and Loaded Miles, Top Earners Make Up To $86K Annually!, 100% Paid Medical Premium
$4,000 Sign-On Bonus for 1 Year Flatbed Experience! , $2,000 Sign-On Bonus for All Other Experience!, Paid Weekly, Consistent Miles Each Week, No flatbed experience? No problem! Flatbed training is available at orientation!
Sign On Bonuses vary by job and range from $2,000-$5,000!, Life Insurance, Disability and 401k - Plus Company Match , Paid Vacation, Family Owned, Driver Focused , Heath, Dental, and Vision Insurance, In Cab Internet Access
Averaging 2,500 - 3,000 miles per week., Company-matched 401(k), Medical, dental and vision health benefits, No flatbed experience required!, $5,000 Sign-on/Retention Bonus
Top Pay, Orientation & Training Pay, Driver & Family Focused, Late Model, CSA Friendly Equipment, 401K & Full Health Coverage, Tarp/OD/Hazmat Additional Pay

There are many places that you can begin looking for truck driving training courses. You may find programs at community colleges or truck driving schools. Your options depend on whether you want to earn a Class A or Class B driver's license. In addition, if you're looking into getting a passenger or Hazmat endorsement, you'll want to choose a school that offers specialized training.

While Class B programs in New Hampshire tend to last about one to two weeks, you may find a six-to-eight week Class A program may give you a greater range of clients. With a Class A license, you can drive large and small trucks.

Throughout the course of your training, you'll learn about driving laws and safe driving techniques. You can put your new skills to use when you get behind the wheel of a truck and develop your driving skills. Once you've completed this part of your training, you can go to the New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles. They will provide you with a commercial driver's license when you pass the required tests.

You must also obtain a business license before working as an owner-operator. In New Hampshire, business licensure goes through the New Hampshire government.