As a small fleet in Oklahoma, we could not be more honored to have been named one of the Best Fleets to Drive For in North America for the 10th consecutive year, and to be among the first inductees into the Best Fleets to Drive For Hall of Fame!

On February 1, 2022 CarriersEdge in conjunction with the Truckload Carriers Association announced their list of the 2022 Best Fleets to Drive For.  Their list is comprised of twenty-eight carriers in North America, and is based on nominations and surveys from our OTR Safety Professionals.  This year’s nomination came for Jeff Scott, FTCT Team Member since 2017:

“FTC Transportation continues a history and tradition of treating people fairly while providing above average compensation.  Being a small fleet, we don’t always get everything we want, but they go above and beyond to ensure that we have everything we need.  If one has to work, it’s best if it is a pleasure.  This is that place.”

Alexandria, Virginia and Newmarket, Ontario – The Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) and CarriersEdge are pleased to announce the 2022 Best Fleets to Drive For. The Top 20 winners are comprised of for-hire trucking companies from across North America who are being recognized for providing exemplary work environments for their professional truck drivers and employees.

New this year, TCA and CarriersEdge have expanded the program by adding a Hall of Fame category. This recognition level is above the regular Top 20 and honors fleets demonstrating Top 20 performance for extended periods of time. To be eligible for the Hall of Fame, Fleets must be named as a Best Fleet for 10 consecutive years, or 7 years with at least one overall award. The Hall of Fame is sponsored by EpicVue.

“What an exciting time for this coveted contest as we launch the Hall of Fame category,” shared TCA President John Lyboldt. “During Truckload 2022: Las Vegas, we’re eager to recognize 28 fleets who are dedicated to providing the best possible workplace experience to their essential workers – professional truck drivers. Be sure to attend this year’s revamped awards presentation in March.”

“This year we saw more than 200 fleets nominated by their drivers for this program, and all participants were clearly stepping up their game,” said CarriersEdge Chief Executive Officer Jane Jazrawy. “This year’s Top 20 and Hall of Fame fleets rose to the top with a range of innovative and effective programs that continue to improve the work experience for their drivers.”