Team Drivers

Drive as a Team to Earn More Miles

The truck never stops with our team units. Our team drivers are paid all miles—whatever you and your partner drive is what you earn. As a dedicated team driver, you’re never alone on the road. You’ll always have a working partner with you. In fact, some of our drivers even choose to team with a family member or friend.

Team drivers have the benefits of driving more miles than solo drivers. Team drivers are always more in demand than solo drivers because of how quickly the load can be delivered.

Keep reading to learn more about team driving and life at TSI, or apply for a dedicated team driving job below.

TSI Semi Truck with Trailer

How Does Team Truck Driving Work?

As the name suggests, team truck driving means that two drivers are responsible for handling shipments. The major goal is to keep the truck on the road for as long as possible, thus delivering freight faster than a solo driver ever could. One driver will be on-duty (meaning they’re driving) while the other is keeping up with the 10 required off-duty hours. They will then switch off for the duration of the trip.

Truck driver standing by a semi truck


We are looking for drivers with a minimum of 6 months over the road verifiable tractor-trailer experience that has been completed within 3 years. All drivers must be at least 22 years of age and hold a CDL-A.


  • Travel the U.S.
  • Consistent Pay
  • Advance Your Career


  • Paid Orientation
  • Paid Vacations
  • Multiple Bonuses
  • $10,000 Sign-On Bonus


  • Full Health, Dental, Vision
  • Life Insurance
  • 401k


  • Be Home Weekly
  • Non-Force Dispatch
  • Make Your Schedule

Advantages of Working Team Driver Jobs

  • Competitive Pay: Because team truck driving is more efficient, many companies will pay more per mile.
  • High Availability: Due to existing supply chain issues, there is an increased demand for team truck driving. And, this demand is the reason why there are so many team driver jobs available.
  • Consistent Work: Team drivers are consistently called on to handle priority loads. This consistent work also means consistent pay.
  • You’re On a Team: This is perhaps the most important (and obvious) advantage. While there are definite advantages to being a solo driver, dedicated team driving jobs are better suited for individuals who enjoy being around other people. You’re never alone on the road and you get to take breaks when you’re feeling tired.
Semi Trucks in a parking lot

Questions to Ask Yourself Before Team Driving

Of course, team driving isn’t necessarily for everyone. There are a few important questions to ask yourself before you take a position, include:

  1. Are you willing to compromise? Remember that both drivers have equal say in the decisions being made and sometimes you won’t be 100% satisfied with the results.
  2. Do you want to be alone? Likewise, you need to consider whether you’re willing to share your space – something you’ve never had to do if your career has primarily been that of a solo driver. Some people value their alone time, and if you’re one of those people, a dedicated team driving job may not be the best fit for you.
  3. Do you want to be on the road all the time? Team drivers rarely stop for any appreciable length of time until the job is done—that’s largely the point of team driving in the first place.
TSI Semi Truck

Working at TSI

“I love working at TSI because it is an honest company that values ​​you as a driver, gives you the freedom of expression, and offers you incentives to improve yourself and challenge yourself to comply with them and for me in particular it gives me freedom every time they send me on a trip because it helps me work on myself and my inner self. For this and more is why I am happy to be a part of TSI. I want to thank them very much for the opportunity to work with them.”

– Evelia Pozas, been with TSI since 2021

Truck driver brings delivery to construction site with worker
TSI Truck Driver connecting air compressor line

Get Behind the Wheel of a TSI Truck

Apply today to join a fast-paced, growing team where you can work your way and earn a promising career and commission.