Melton Truck Lines, Inc.

New to Trucking

new to trucking & recent grads

Limited Time Only:

The transition to a new career and lifestyle doesn’t have to be a financial strain. Receive $5,000 Supplemental Pay regardless of your experience!

Truck drivers in this field enjoy being able to see the country, being their own boss, and earning good money! Average first year earnings for a flatbed driver with Melton Truck Lines is $65,000 to $70,000. When drivers reach their second year with Melton, they can earn $85k to $100k. Unlike many other positions, flatbed driving jobs cannot be given to self-driving trucks or shipped overseas.

Don’t Have A CDL Yet?

Melton now offers the opportunity to earn your Class A CDL free of debt with our Sponsorship Program. This program is currently only open to residents of Oklahoma or Texas who in search of a truck driving job with no experience. If you live outside of these states, we encourage those seeking their Class A CDL license to visit the CVTA or NAPFTDS websites for accredited schools. Once you obtain your license, we can make your transition to a driver much easier with our Pre-Hire and Tuition Reimbursement Programs.

If you are interested in driving for Melton and do not have a CDL yet, call us today at 866-715-8563. Our Recruiters can provide details on our Sponsorship program if you’re a resident of Oklahoma or Texas, or assist with options for schooling outside of these states.

Melton welcomes recent CDL school graduates and drivers that have not had any over-the-road (OTR) driving experience. We know that you are the future of our company so we insist on providing quality training.

Tuition Reimbursement Program

Melton has recently doubled our tuition reimbursement up to $10,000 and doubled our tarp pay to $100 per load, we also offer $5,000 driver supplemental pay.

Pre-Hire Letters

If your CDL school or company financing your CDL program requires a pre-hire letter before you can attend their course, contact a Melton recruiter at 866-715-8563 and they can send this letter directly to them. If you graduate on a Friday, you can be in Melton’s on-the-job training program as soon as Monday with our convenient pre-hire process.


No driving experience?

Customized On-the-Job Training Program

Most entry-level drivers will be a part of our 14-day on-the-job truck driver training, where we will cover our culture, safety standards, load securement, and tarping best practices. If you need any additional help during the class, we can provide additional one-on-one training. We want to give you the tools you need to be successful.

Nationally-Recognized Apprenticeship Program

Melton Truck Lines has had a nationally-recognized, Department of Labor and Veterans Affairs approved apprenticeship program since 2017. This program includes 8-14 days of on-the-job training with instructors who have immense background in transportation, including a former Melton driver with 2.5 Million Miles. During this training, you will have the opportunity to secure 20-30 different types of loads, which is more than you would see in 2 months of OTR driving. Furthermore, we provide extensive backing training so you will feel confident in backing our 53’ flatbed trailers.

Road Trainers

All entry-level drivers will go out for approximately three weeks with a Road Trainer that is matched based on their personality. You will be paid a per-diem during this time, and once you are ready to get on your own truck, you will start receiving pay by mile.

After Training

Quality training doesn’t end after your initial on the job training. The trucking industry is constantly changing, so we focus on communicating important information in a timely manner by print, email, online training, and social media to help make our drivers the best on the road. We are also available day and night to support and assist our drivers in any situation.

Need to practice for your Class A Driver’s License test?

If you are getting ready to graduate from CDL school and need to practice for your final test, there are several great resources available to make sure you understand all the essential concepts of trucking.



Tuition Reimbursement


Tarp Pay


Driver Supplemental Pay