Work With Amware As An

Owner Operator

What Is An Owner Operator?

An Owner Operator is an individual who operates their own commercial vehicle, typically a truck. Owner operators are independent contractors, not employees of a specific company, and they run their own transportation business. They play a crucial role in the freight and transportation industry.

What To Expect As An Amware Owner Operator Partner

At Amware, we prioritize the success and satisfaction of our owner operators. Joining our team means experiencing a seamless and supportive environment. Enjoy the perks of our fuel program, reliable weekly pay, and more, as we strive to make your journey with us as rewarding and stress-free as possible.

Guaranteed Freight

Weekly Pay

Fuel Program

Trailer Use Program

Transparent Communication

amware driver in uniform posed in front of his truck


Hear From One Of Our Valued Owner Operators

"I've been an Owner Operator Class A truck driver for over 23 years and found it to be a lucrative, marketable field of work. Living in the United States, you should be able to find a job anywhere with a Class A license. I've been driving for Amware since April 2022 and will say this is a good place to work for. Just like any other trucking company or any other field of work there are ups and downs, but overall this is a great place to work with good communication and understand from the dispatchers."
Tim Troy
Owner Operator

Getting Started

After completing the CDL Application you will be contacted by Amware for further assistance on the requirements below:

Complete the CDL Application Below

Pass Drug & Alcohol Testing

Submit your Motor Vehicle Report (MVR)

Move onto onboarding process
- Standard DOT Onboarding
- Amware ELD Training
- Vehicle Inspection


Commercial Drivers License (CDL) Class A

2+ years of Driving Experience

Insurance Coverage

Compliant Medical Card & Driver's License

Scheduled Maintenance Reports On Tractor

Tractor that is 10 years old or newer (preferred)

Don't Have Your Own Tractor?