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Welcome to  Gray Transportation

Over The Road Trucking with Dry Van Services

Gray Transportation operates a Regional division, an Over the Road division and dry van services which is centrally located in Waterloo, Iowa. Gray is equipped with Qualcomm Satellite units to provide superior service to our customers and we have been utilizing Electronic Logging Devices since 2014.

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  • Become a Driver

    At Gray Transportation, we're all about family. We treat our drivers like one of our own and even ensure local drivers get home to their families after every workday! See the benefits of each division and apply online today.

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  • Great equipment and even greater bonuses!

    When you drive for Gray Transportation you not only get access to top-of-the-line equipment, but are eligible for regular bonus opportunities. Read about all of the Gray career benefits today!

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  • We Want You to Join Our Family

    At Gray Transportation, you're more than a number, we know every driver by name! Apply online today to take advantage of this lucrative career opportunity at a company that treats you like family.

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Gray Transportation's Tip of the Day

  Rear-end collisions are a major problem. They represent one-quarter of all accidents. You can minimize the likelihood of being involved in a rear-end collision by maintaining a space-cushion that is appropriate for the driving conditions. A proper space-cushion must provide you time to see and recognize a hazard and make a decision regarding what should be done. Then, there must be adequate space to bring your vehicle to a stop. For normal driving on dry roads, a car or van needs a two-second space-cushion, a bus or truck requires three seconds, and a tractor-trailer must have four seconds. If driving over 40 mph, you need to add one second to the above rule, and if driving on wet or slippery roads, another second must be added

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