Who's truck do I drive as a driver on the Relay Network?
As a driver on the Network, you will be hired by carriers to drive their trucks or vehicles. After accepting a run, you will drive to the carrier's yard, park your car there, and use their truck & trailer for the run. The types of carriers and trucks can range from individuals needing someone to drive a u-haul to a trucking company needing a driver for a semi. You can always choose what type of runs you accept.
Do you need your own truck?
You do not need your own truck. As a driver on the Network, you will drive the trucks of the carriers that place the orders. After accepting a run, you will drive to the carrier's yard, park your car there, and use their truck & trailer for the run.
How do I apply to be a driver on the Relay Network?
To begin your application process, download the Relay On Demand app from the App Store or Google Play store and you will be able to see your checklist after logging into your driver account.
Where is Relay located? Does Relay have runs available near me?
Relay is currently located in several cities and states across the country. To see if Relay has rolled out to your area, please download the Relay On Demand app to your smartphone and create a driver account.
Do you have to have a CDL to drive on the Relay Network?
Yes, you have to have at least 2 years of experience with a CDL A in order to qualify as a driver on the Relay Network.
Is Relay 1099 or W2?
You can do either on Relay, although it all depends on what the carriers in the area are looking for. There are carriers who post 1099 and W2 runs. Since it's the carrier who's hiring you to drive, they will determine if you are 1099 or W2. You can ...