CDL Driver Leasing


We outsource long-term and temp-to-perm experienced, qualified CDL drivers (Class A, B & C), dispatchers, clerical, safety and training specialists, warehouse employees, mechanics and other personnel. We assure personnel meet respective DOT and OSHA certification, administer necessary physicals and drug testing, MVRs, thorough security, criminal and extensive background checks. All personnel recruited, tested and trained to your specific requirements. All personnel regularly evaluated for continued exceptional performance. Promote vehicle care, fuel savings, customer satisfaction.

We offer multiple levels of service:

  • Dedicated contract:  Under this arrangement, Pro Source is the employer of record and is responsible for all employees. We cover everything from recruiting, discipline, wages, benefits etc. in partnership with our customers. The employees remain Pro Source employees.   Our mark-up is based on the pay rate, which you provide, times our mark-up that includes wages, advertising & recruiting, all taxes including FICA, FUTA, SUTA, workers’ compensation insurance, our accounting, overhead and possible ACA fees.  Your lowest possible cost.
  • Temp to Hire:
    • We offer a variety of pricing structures based on the length of service that you select. The mark-up is based on the pay rate, which you provide, times our mark-up. The shorter the liquidation period, the higher the mark-up, due to a shorter period to recoup our expenses and the profit margin we require to operate. The mark-up includes wages, recruiting, all taxes including FICA, FUTA, SUTA, workers’ compensation insurance, our accounting, overhead and possible ACA fees. There is not a cookie cutter formula, the mark-up also considers the difficulty in recruiting for the type of driver in the area of operation for our customer.  There is no additional cost when you transfer the employee to your payroll, provided his or her elected term has been met.
      • Liquidation at 90 days, (normally a mark-up of between 55 – 60%)
      • Liquidation at 180 days, (normally between 48 – 55%)
      • Liquidation at 1 year. (normally between 40 – 45%)