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Dump Truck Hours Worked Invoice Template

A dump truck hours worked invoice is for any side-worker or driver that works as an employee or independent contractor. The document lists the number of hours dedicated to driving between work sites and delivery points, and contains detailed information on how to pay the invoice, where to make payments to, and any additional information the driver wants the hiring company or client to know.

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DescriptionPriceQtyAmountTax
Subtotal
Discount
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Tax
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%
Shipping
Total
Account/unlimited
Account/unlimited

Types of Dump Trucks

Whether an individual is looking to start a trucking company or is looking to purchase a single truck to work as an independent contractor, having an understanding of the different truck types is paramount for ensuring the correct truck is purchased for the driver’s needs.

Dump Truck TypeLoadAvg. Price (new)
Standard Dump Truck (4 axle) Payload: 10 - 16 tons Capacity: 9 - 14 cubic yards $80,000 to $180,000
Transfer Trailer Dump Truck Payload: 26 - 27 tons Capacity: 12 - 25 cubic yards $180,000 to $200,000
Superdump Truck Payload: 19 - 26 tons Capacity: 16.5 - 26 cubic yards $200,00 to $250,000
Semi-trailer Dump Truck Payload: 19 - 26 tons Capacity: 20 - 65 cubic yards $100,000 to $250,000 (for truck only) $30,000 to $150,000 (for trailer only)

Cost of Common Loads

Depending on the type of load the trucker wishes to deliver, different hourly rates can be charged depending on the difficulting and/or liability of the haul. The following are the average prices for delivering one (1) cubic yard substance.

Sand

  • Material cost – $15 to $40
  • With Delivery – $30 to $100+

Gravel

  • Material cost – $10 to $35
  • With Delivery – $20 to $50+

Mulch

  • Material cost – $15 to $65
  • With Delivery – $30 to $100+

Dump Truck Driver Salary & Hourly Rate

The salary and hourly rate earned by truck drivers is heavily dependent on whether the driver is an employee through a company or works on their own as an independent driver. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the average heavy and tractor-trailer truck driver earns the following in the United States:

Salary – $45,570/yr

Hourly rate – $21.91/hr

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