Driver Independent Contractor Agreement

(3) a full Australian driver`s licence that has been detained for at least twelve months in the past two years. 5.3 No claim: As an independent contractor, you are only paid for the work you have done and you are not entitled to annual leave, sick leave or any other form of leave. You are also not entitled to a fee when applying for a job such as meals, telephone use, tolls or fuel, or traffic tickets. This is the whole agreement between the parties with respect to its purpose, and replaces all prior written or oral negotiations, promises and prior agreements. 5.1 Independent Contractor: Our relationship with you under this contract is that of the principal and independent contractor. This agreement does not make any of the parties a joint venture, partner, collaborator or representative of the other party. No act or omission of one party is with respect to the other party, unless expressly stated in this agreement. 4.2 In the event of a labour dispute, both parties agree to obtain an independent arbitrator/arbitrator to make a decision on the dispute and each of us agrees to bear our own costs. There is an independent delivery driver contract between a company that wants to hire an individual to deliver goods to customers.

The most common types are short- and medium-range operators for the supply of goods to companies such as Amazon or for food companies. Depending on the agreement between the company and the driver, a vehicle may or may not be made available. 7.9 You are responsible for all fines or driving offences committed during your operation, toll and fuel consumption. They are also responsible for all costs of not returning the vehicle in a clean and neat manner. I recognize that this notice of vacancy and this agreement are related to the service agreement. All references to the standards, expectations and responsibilities of the service agreement apply to this jobrequest agreement. “Agreement,” this contract, calendar A and all requested documents sent to you. Based on years of experience in the truck industry, developing independent contracts and defending heavy-duty companies in driving processes, our law firm can offer valuable editorial and legal advice to promote driver liaison and protect your business from future lawsuits. Whether your company has been using owner-operators for years or their company is planning to launch an owner-operator program for the first time, our experienced trucking lawyers can develop an agreement tailored to your business that can promote driver connectivity while limiting your exposure.

Please contact us if you have any questions. Owner-operator agreements, also known as lease agreements, must comply with rules established by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) in 49 C.F.R. The rules provide the basic elements of an owner-operator contract or lease. An experienced lawyer can help you provide the legal assistance and legal documents necessary to ensure compliance with federal rules and protect you from driver complaints about compensation and re-routing.