Drivers are the unsung heroes of our daily lives. Without drivers, essential goods wouldn't make it into our homes. We take for granted the hard work they do for us every day, so that we can have access to gas, food, medicine and everything else we need. At Centerline, we honor the amazing work these road heroes do each day. Thank you and Respect the Drive™
Our second annual State of Trucking survey hoped to gather how the pandemic has impacted drivers and what c...
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Centerline is your one-stop-shop to limitless truck driving opportunities. Our job is to connect you with safe, rewarding truck driving jobs at top companies while maintaining your flexibility.
It’s been one year since we’ve launched our driver appreciation program—Respect the Drive. To honor the one-year anniversary of the program, we wanted to share some of the highlights from this year.
Assembly Bill 5 or AB5 makes it harder for companies to label workers as independent contractors. This new law drastically impacts the way the trucking industry in California operates.
As much as we’d hoped the pandemic would be in the rearview mirror by now, it has continued to take its toll on the world and on trucking this year. The trucking industry seems to be at a critical cro
Can’t find the time to manage your end-to-end compliance process? Cleared2Drive has your back. Your driver compliance process can be complex, time consuming and expensive. It doesn’t have to be th
At Centerline, our drivers' safety is always our #1 priority, this month and every month. Learn ways to avoid distracted driving and make the road a safer place for everyone.
With the Centerline mobile app, you can stay engaged and connect with by viewing your paycheck, entering and submitting time schedules, referring truck drivers to earn money, and access training.
Centerline Drivers has launched an amazing new app to keep truck drivers like you updated and connected. Our mobile app will ensure you are in the loop on everything you need on the road and off.
So much has changed since last year’s State of Trucking survey. Watch this video to learn how businesses are feeling with the pandemic, with topics on recruiting, driver safety and more.
Our second annual State of Trucking survey hoped to gather how the pandemic has impacted drivers and what challenges they face outside of it.
We’re excited to announce our new program built just for our drivers called Respect the Drive™. This exciting initiative is to celebrate our amazing drivers and honoring the work they do.
We’re excited to announce our new program built just for our drivers called Respect the Drive™. Our employees wanted to honor our great drivers and the hard work they do in this tribute video.
Because trucking is such a vital part of business, Centerline conducted our first annual State of Trucking survey to gather insights of truck drivers and those that employ drivers.
At Centerline, our business would not be possible without our drivers. As we look back on this past year, the “new norm” has become an environment of constant change. Yet, what hasn’t changed is the t
If trucks stopped moving even for a day, the impact would be felt by every single American. But sometimes you need a little help finding the perfect driver for local routes. That’s where Centerline Dr
Outsourced driver management operates on a driver-centric model and allows the customer to maintain control. Maintaining control allows the company to have an active role in its driver workforce witho
Centerline driver Shaun N. talks about why he joined Centerline over 6 years ago. For him, it was all about flexibility.
Centerline has been delivering superior staffing service to fleet operators and good jobs to qualified drivers since its founding in 1975. We specialize in one thing: transportation. We have deep, foc
Accidents happen. When they do, make sure you're prepared by taking these three steps to ensure your safety.
At Centerline your safety is our number one priority. In this video, learn how to operate safely, even when pedestrians and other non-motorists may be unaware of what it takes to operate a big rig.