Looking for a better opportunity? Working as an Independent Contractor (Owner Operator) for FCC, you will have the freedom of running your own business, making it the perfect way to build a great career for the long haul. Additionally, we offer a variety of driver-friendly resources to help support you in managing your business and profitability.

As an experienced Independent Contractor, you are in great demand in a fast growing, highly competitive industry. More miles, more money, more opportunities – that’s exactly what you’ll get at FCC!

Location: 48 State Flatbed Division
Phone: 866-946-4322


  • Excellent pay package
  • Great group benefits package available
  • Average 2,500 to 3,000 miles per week
  • Quarterly safety bonus package
  • Fuel discount program
  • Toll road fees covered by the Pre-Pass Plus Network are paid by FCC
  • Permit and plate package
  • FCC provides in-house preventative maintenance to trucks
  • Trucking accounting program available
  • Respected as a business owner
  • Be a name, not a number
  • Valued, family-oriented company atmosphere


  • Minimum 2 years over the road (OTR) verifiable experience in the last 3 years
  • Must meet all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
  • Must have a Commercial Drivers License with proper endorsements in state of residence
  • No serious traffic violations in the past 3 years
  • Must be able to scale 46,000 lbs

Serious violations are defined as:

  • Reckless/careless driving
  • Hit & run, or leaving the scene of an accident
  • Speeding (15 mph above speed limit)
  • Improper lane change
  • Following too closely
  • Driver with a suspended or revoked license, unless as a result of a failure to pay a fine
  • No Felony conviction with a motor vehicle
  • No DWI, DUI convictions in last 5 years
  • No DWI, DUI ever in a commercial motor vehicle
  • No more than 3 non-serious moving violations in the last 3 years, with no more than 1 of those in the preceding twelve months
  • No preventable accidents involving a fatality, bodily injuries treated away from the scene, or disabling damage to a motor vehicle within the last 3 years. (Disabling means damage that requires vehicle to be towed)
  • No more than 1 DOT recordable accident in the last 3 years