Hoosier Transit Is Hiring RV Drivers… NOW!



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hoosier-transit-logo.gifJim was in Indiana last week transporting RVs from Indiana to Canada and back for an RV dealer.

While there, he talked to the folks at Hoosier Transit about RV transport jobs.

They are located in Nappanee, IN and they’re currently hiring RV drivers!

Here’s the scoop...

Hoosier Transit is a drive-away and towable service delivery company supporting a “turn key” vehicle service to the RV and commercial transportation industry.

They offer a wide variety of Independent Contractor opportunities.

Here is the official form to get started delivering RVs for Hoosier Transit.

The form is pretty straightforward. And it’s available for you to download in .pdf or .doc format. Then, you’ll just need to print it out, complete it, and fax or email it to:

Email: [email protected]
Fax: (574) 773-5740.

Or mail to:
Hoosier Transit, Inc.
505 South Oakland Ave.
Nappanee, IN 46550

P.S. Jim spoke with Shawn at Hoosier Transit about this, so if you have any questions, you might want to ask to speak to Shawn or Dixie. You can phone Hoosier Transit at (574) 773-5030 or toll-free: (866) 784-3800.

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Over the past several years, I've been involved with transporting RVs, renting RVs, and fulltime RVing (months at a time). I'm fortunate to have had a number of different RVs available to me to try out -- which has enabled me to experience the nuances of RVing firsthand. When I'm not RVing, you can find me at the corner of Good News & Fun Times as publisher of The Fun Times Guide (32 fun & helpful websites).

7 thoughts on “Hoosier Transit Is Hiring RV Drivers… NOW!

  1. I have Doge 2500 V10 fifth well and trailer attachments , like to find some move, in US or Canada .I am in Deltona,Florida.I am from Quebec,Canada. Class 1 driver license ,Lot’s of experience on the road,speak French and English,like to no more about it.

    1. Keith, Contact a company that’s hiring and find out what their requirements are.  Not all companies are the same on what you need.

  2. Is this something that i can do and make a decent living for my family? I have class a cdls but i also have three beautiful kids and a wife. By no means do i want to spend all my time away from them in a big rig but if i could make 3 or 4 trips a month and still see them grow up it deffinently sounds like something i could seriously look into. i talked to a guy in a birmingham al bus station that said he makes good money with a company out o f somewhere up north doing this exzact same thing and is still home and he did not even have cdls but unfortunatly i lost the piece of paper i wrote the company name on. he said he scrolls through listings and picks the one s that accomodate him best then he books a flight or gets a bus ticket and still comes home with a good weeks pay. im interested in anyone directions on this comment as i am so tired of killing myself and still only making the bill … Also ive seen the world a time or two traviling with the railroad as well as a steel outfit …lmk if u have any advice that could help..

  3. matt r, In my opinion (I did it for a year) I would say no. It’s a good second income for someone retired but not for someone with a family trying to pay a mortgage.

  4. Worked with Hoosier Transit from 2002(at age 53) when I retired until early 2008 when the bottom dropped out of the RV business, thanks to high gas/fuel prices….it was a blast, but not for a family man{women} looking to support a family. But if single or looking for a retirement or part time income….it doesn’t get much better. Dixie and Shawn{I was hired by Dixie’s late husband Ross} are good people and treat you right…..if you are looking for adventure and a income that the tax man gives you a break on….this is one you will like.

  5. My name is greg and I have a 2013 F250 supercrew 2wd with gooseneck & 5th wheel hookups and I am interested in towing rvs on a regular basis would like information on how to get started. thankyou

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