All Mapletree drivers are independent contractors.
Not all loads require a CDL, but having a CDL-A gives a driver more delivery options
Mapletree does not have forced dispatch, but limiting areas you will deliver can affect how busy you stay.
Yes, you are considered a commercial vehicle.
Mapletree pays a 50% advance up front and the remaining within 24 hours once you turn in all required paperwork. The money is then deposited onto your EFS card.
Mapletree makes deliveries in the continental 48 states and all of Canada (provided you have a passport)
The rate varies depending on the commodity you are transporting. Call recruiting at 574-825-8266 for more details.
You pay the fuel, but by using your EFS card at our fuel stop partners, drivers can receive fuel discounts that vary from station to station.
Safety is always Mapletree’s top priority so only drive when roads and weather is safe.
Yes, as a commercial motor vehicle, you must stop at all weigh stations and freight check points.