Questions About Orientation?

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Here’s to a
New Beginning. USA Truck Welcomes You
to Orientation.

Congratulations! We look forward to welcoming you into the USA Truck family.

Orientation will be your introduction to this proud company. You’ll have a chance to speak with mentors, mingle with fellow drivers, and get a feel for the culture of USA Truck.



What you need to know:

The Basics:

Orientation lasts 2.5 days. During this time, we’ll handle the details so you can focus on your training. Your recruiter will arrange for your transportation to the site. Please arrive early at the bus station.

Upon arrival, call the hotel or taxi service that’s listed on the directions we provide you. Hotel accommodations are double occupancy; upgrades are available. The following morning, meet in the hotel lobby at 6:30 a.m. to catch the shuttle to class. A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.

What We’ll Cover:

Orientation will cover benefits, pay, safety, and operational procedures. Topics for discussion will include:

  • Hours of Service
  • Hazardous Materials
  • Injury Prevention
  • Cargo Securement
  • Truck Permits
  • Fuel Economy
  • Maintenance Procedures

Come to class rested, alert, and ready to learn. If you’d like to reschedule your road
test because of travel-related fatigue, speak to your orientation instructor.

Orientation Schedule

A quick look at the days ahead:

Fuel Economy
Sexual Harassment
Medical Self Certification
US Legal Plan
Workplace Safety
Road Test
Drug Screen
Cargo Securement
Smith System
Mirror Station
Insurance and 401K Enrollment
Per Diem
Operations Policy
Maintenance Policy

The Essentials

A quick reminder of what you need for Orientation:

Please Remember to Bring:

  • Valid Class A CDL License
  • Social Security Card
  • Two forms of identification as required by the I-9 form

For a full list of necessary items please take a look at these lists:

Important Information:

Cash Advances – After hire, advances are available via Comdata Cards.

English Language – You must be able to read, write, and understand English to comply with Dept. of Transportation standards.

"When you’re on the road, you’ve got to remember that the people in the terminals are looking out for you. Orientation is your chance to get to know them." –Brad, Driver

Choose Your Destination

You can choose from any of our three Orientation locations: