Temporary Drivers

Find Qualified Temporary Drivers in a Snap with OpenStaff
OpenStaff harnesses the power of AI and advanced matching techniques to connect you with the best temporary drivers for your needs. Our platform goes beyond traditional staffing approaches, ensuring you find drivers who have:

  • Verified DOT and FMCSA credentials: Rest assured that every driver on OpenStaff meets essential safety and regulation standards.
  • Specialized skills and experience: Our smart matching algorithms consider job requirements to provide you with the most suitable candidates.
  • Availability that aligns with your projects: OpenStaff prioritizes drivers who are ready to work your specific shifts or schedules.

Experience the Ease of OpenStaff

OpenStaff isn’t just about finding drivers – it simplifies the entire process:

  • Intuitive mobile app: Manage your staffing needs, communicate with drivers, and handle updates right from your phone.
  • Real-time connection: Quickly contact suitable candidates and maintain seamless communication throughout the engagement.
  • Automated scheduling and payments: Reduce administrative headaches and let OpenStaff handle the scheduling and payment logistics.
  • Ratings and reviews: Make informed decisions based on drivers’ proven track records and feedback from other businesses.

What’s in it for you?

  • Immediate access to qualified drivers: Stop wasting time on unsuitable candidates – OpenStaff delivers the right match.
  • Hassle-free staffing: No more paperwork or manual coordination. OpenStaff simplifies the temporary staffing process.
  • Cost savings: Our streamlined platform and efficient matching can lead to lower staffing costs for your business.
Ready to streamline your temporary driver staffing? Download the OpenStaff app today!

Some of the classifications that we handle in the platform:

Basic Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)
There are three classes of CDL:

  • Class A: Required to operate any combination of vehicles with a Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCWR) of 26,001 pounds or more, provided the towed vehicle is heavier than 10,000 pounds.
  • Class B: Required to operate a single vehicle with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of 26,001 pounds or more, or any such vehicle towing a vehicle of less than 10,000 pounds GVWR.
  • Class C: Required to operate a vehicle designed to transport 16 or more passengers (including the driver), or for vehicles transporting hazardous materials.

Endorsements (Added to a CDL)
H – Hazardous Materials: Required for transporting hazardous materials as defined by federal regulations.
N – Tank Vehicles: Required for transporting liquids or gases in bulk.
P – Passenger Vehicles: Required for operating a bus or other passenger-carrying vehicles.
S – School Bus: Required for operating a school bus.
T – Double/Triple Trailers: Required for pulling more than one trailer.
X – Combination of Tank and Hazardous Materials: Necessary for transporting hazardous materials in tanks.

Additional Considerations

  • State-specific requirements: Some states may have additional endorsements or requirements beyond the federal ones.
  • Specialized Skills: Drivers might obtain certifications in other specific skills as needed, such as forklift operations or specialized cargo loading procedures.