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Why become a WattEV driver?


New electric trucks without "smell" of diesel.



Easy to use Driver app with centralized information hub to avoid the hassles of clicking in and out of apps to complete daily trips.

Driving on picturesque roads in CA and across the US via pre-defined routes.

At WattEV we put drivers first, you are the center of our cargo delivery eco system and we provide all employees with:

At WattEV, we know that Truck driving is not just a job, it is a way of life. If you are a forward-thinker, you might want to drive in a cutting-edge with no "diesel-smell" experience truck, which will think about you - have a look at WattEV.

Who we are looking for?

To join the WattEV freight network, you must meet the following minimum requirements:

  • An active DOT number with interstate authority and a valid MC number

  • A “Carrier” entity type that is Authorized for Property and Hire

  • A Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Safety Rating of “Satisfactory,” “None,” or “Not Rated”

  • All required insurance policies, including Commercial General Liability not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 in the aggregate Auto Liability not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence, including a trailer replacement coverage of $50,000 Cargo coverage of at least $100,000 Workers’ compensation insurance in all jurisdictions where your company operates Employer liability not less than $100,000 per occurrence.


Frequently Asked Questions

Starting pay is $30 per hour and the company pays drivers on a weekly basis.

What is the starting pay and how often does the company pay me?

Day and Night Shift.

What shift schedules are available?

Every family is different and with that, WattEV offers different coverage for Medical, Dental, and vision.

What kind of medical benefits does the company offer?

Class 8, tandem axle, battery electric daycab. 

What kind of equipment will I be driving?

You will never be left stranded. Planning and dispatch is executed so that if the truck route exceeds the charge capacity, there is a truck switch that enables a return to base.

What happens if my truck runs out of charge?

Become a driver!

Join our best-in-class CDL truck drivers! 

Drive with us!

Drive the future of trucking!

Driver experience you will never want to leave:


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