Why Drive with Ross Neely?

You don’t live to drive.  You drive to live.  At Ross Neely, we understand the commitment and sacrifice it takes to leave your family each week.  We also understand the importance of family time or just simply time at home.  From little league games, to graduations, to 3-day weekends with the kids, we offer the flexibility to work around your schedule.  Our drivers are home EVERY weekend.  Our outbound lanes originate from Alabama and give our drivers the potential to take rest breaks at home during the week as well.  Our drivers don’t zig zag across the country.  We load you out and your return load brings you back to Alabama … each trip. 


Our compensation package features competitive mileage pay and daily per diem.  Loaded and empty miles are paid equally.  We offer health, dental and vision insurance as part of our benefits package and the majority of the health insurance premium is covered by Ross Neely.  We are proud to offer performance and safety bonuses on a monthly basis as well as short haul, stop off, breakdown and detention pay.

Visit our Apply Now page for more details and links to fill out your application securely and conveniently online.

Relationships Matter

“We have trusted Ross Neely with our freight for over 8 years. They are our go-to service provider, and they always do the right thing for our business as well as our customer’s business.”

Keith Miller
Director of Account Management
Self Industries, Inc.

“We have been working with Ross Neely Systems on a daily basis for over 20 years. They are dependable, honest and always willing to go the extra mile to get the job done. We depend on their partnership every day.”

Joe Watts

I truly appreciate the honest and straight forward customer service that is always given when dealing with any of the quality employees at Ross Neely…..

Brandon Harp
Smith Co.
Transportation Manager

Miles Driven Yearly

Years in Business

Trucks in Our Fleet

News & Views

Got your ears on, good buddy?  You’ll find our serious (and not so serious) observations about the transportation industry here.

On the Passing of the CB Radio

On the Passing of the CB Radio

Break 1-9 meant “Can I break in here or is someone already in a conversation?” … some other CB enthusiast might reply “go ahead, break.”  That meant it was your turn to speak.

Twenty Years in Trucking isn’t a lot … compared to sixty.

Twenty Years in Trucking isn’t a lot … compared to sixty.

As we celebrate our 60th year in business I find myself reflecting on my relatively short tenure here at Ross Neely.  I started out washing trucks and trailers during my teenage years in the early 90's.  As a teenager, not being sure of what I wanted to do when I...