Road warriors wanted.

Use your military experience to get a head start in one of the nation’s leading industries with the support of company that values your dedication and service.


We’re honored to hire drivers from the nation’s finest talent pool: veterans

We’re an old company with old values. Family-owned and operated since 1953, we’re driven by respect, integrity and an abiding commitment to the safety and wellness of our people. All of our transportation companies offer full benefits, paid vacation, guaranteed home time and great earning potential.

Special Benefits for Veterans

Whether you’re new to driving a truck or a seasoned pro, we’ll help you transition into your new career. Take a look at some of the special benefits we offer to military and veteran applicants.

Yes, you can skip driving school.

Good news! Your military service allows you to skip the road test requirement of your CDL application. Just complete the General Knowledge portion of the written exam to fast track your way to rewarding career.

Additional Requirements:

  • Honorable discharge
  • Discharged within the last 36 months OR a current member of the Armed Forces Reserve or National Guard
  • Class A CDL and the necessary endorsements
  • Equivalent skills , determined by a company-administered road test

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Already have your Class A CDL?

In honor of your service, you’ll receive a $6000 bonus if discharged within the last 36 months over your first 25 months of employment.

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Save your GI Bill.

If you don’t qualify for a CDL waiver, you can still take advantage of our tuition sponsorship program. With a 1-year commitment, Comcar will pay your full tuition for an accredited training program.

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Meet Your Next Team:

Move your career forward with Florida’s largest intrastate carrier.

CCC is Florida’s premiere dry bulk carrier with additional opportunities for dry van and intermodal. Local, Regional and OTR available.

Get to know CCC

Is no-touch freight your thing? You’ll like MCT.

MCT is a 48-state carrier that primarily hauls refrigerated commodities with some dry van as well. Local, Regional and OTR available.

Get to know MCT

Have a few miles under your belt? Get $1,000 just for joining our team.

CTL is a liquid bulk chemical carrier that primarily serves the Southeast. Local, Regional and OTR available.

Get to know CTL

Get trained and start earning in no time flat.

CT is a flatbed carrier specializing in construction materials. Local and Regional routes available.

Get to know CT

Is this job right for you?

All of our carriers offer competitive pay packages that reward hard work and experience with great earning potential. First year drivers can expect to earn an average of $36,000 – $44,000. Please see individual carrier pages for more details.

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  • Health, dental and vision insurance
  • Short- and long-term disability
  • Company-paid life insurance
  • Flexible spending account for medical expense and dependent child care vacation
  • 6 paid holidays
  • 401k retirement plan
  • Direct deposit

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  • At least 21 years old
  • Class A CDL
  • Read, write and speak English
  • Pass DOT physical and drug screen
  • Verifiable work history
  • Criminal background check
  • Acceptable MVR

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Great opportunities are on your horizon.

Embark on the next phase of your career with a solid company offering solid benefits. Give our recruitment team a call or submit an online application today.

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“They have always treated me right. I talk to a lot of drivers out on the road and not many of them can say that about their company.”

R. Hearne

“I love the company and what they stand for. I would recommend them to anyone.”

T. Pope

“Thank you for giving me the opportunity to provide for my family and love what I do. I plan on retiring and ending my career right here.”

J. Kirkpatrick