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Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q) What is Jason’s Hauling?
A) Jason’s Hauling is a contract commercial construction hauler. We haul all types of construction materials with tandem, tri-axle and tractor trailer equipment. We carry fill dirt, lime rock, shell, asphalt to gravel and everything in between. Jason’s Hauling specializes in asphalt transport. All of our trucks are equipped to carry asphalt.

Q) How can I get a job working for Jason’s Hauling?
A) Call or stop by our Tampa Office located at 1306 East 4th Avenue. You can fill out an application while here or take it with you to fill out at home and return it. We will schedule an interview with our human resources department as well as a road test upon receipt and verification of your application.

Q) I am an owner operator looking for work, what will I need to bring to an interview?
A) Bring your valid CDL license, social security card, vehicle registration, proof of insurance and your corporation documents or occupational license.

Q) I am a truck driver looking for work, what will I need to bring to an interview?
A) Bring your valid CDL license, social security card and vehicle registration.

Q) I have a job that requires dump trucks, how will I know how many I need?

A) Call Jason’s Hauling and one of our experienced dispatchers will help you with truck orders.

Q) I need to have dirt hauled to my job but I am unfamiliar with the area, what do I do?
A) Call Jason’s Hauling we will provide the materials for your job and the trucks to haul it. You can rely on Jason’s Hauling to handle all of your trucking and material needs.

Q) My contractor told me I need 500 tons of material, how do I know how many truck loads that will be?
A) Jason’s Hauling will provide the adequate number of trucks to transport the amount of material required. Having such a large fleet, Jason’s Hauling can also provide as many or as few trucks to transport the desired amount of materials within a given time.

 

CALL TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION: (813) 872-8440

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