victory [vik-tuh-ree, vik-tree] - noun

  • the overcoming of an opponent or antagonist

  • achievement of mastery or success in a struggle or endeavor against odds or difficulties

At Victory Driveaway, it makes no difference if you are a customer, a driver, or an employee. When you partner with us, we want to help you win and achieve success. Check us out and see how you can achieve victory by joining the Victory Driveaway team today.

At Victory Driveaway, VICTORY depends on YOU!

Mission Statement

To provide an efficient and reliable network for delivering vehicles while valuing the significant contribution of customers, drivers and employees.

Core Values

  • We are committed to serve. Most people have the will to live; fewer people have the will to succeed; still fewer people have the will to serve. We live to succeed and we succeed when we serve.

  • We will keep our eyes on the horizon. We believe that the future can be better than the present and that we have the power to make it so. It may not be easy but it will be worth it.

  • We will be kind and respectful to each other. Our words will not be used to wound each other but to offer encouragement and to raise each other up. We will not underestimate the power of our words to bring about change in people’s lives.

  • We will be humble and credible. We recognize that success is shared and not the result of one person’s efforts. We recognize that we must be consistent, authentic and faithful to each other, to earn trust and build into our relationships with one another.

Contractor Application

  • Click here to begin the process of driving with Victory Driveaway

Guidelines

  • Must have valid driver license with the proper endorsements

  • Must meet minimum physical qualifications as required by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations part 391.41

  • Must be between 25 and 75 years of age

  • Must have at least 18 months verifiable driving experience for CDL

  • Must have at least 8 months verifiable driving experience for non CDL

  • Must have no DOT drug or alcohol testing violations (positive test or refusal to test) as defined in title 49 CFR parts 40 and 382 within the previous 3 years

  • Must have no excessive traffic convictions on driving record

  • Must have no more than 1 preventable accident in the previous 3 years

  • Must have no drug or alcohol related offense within the previous 5 years

  • Must have none of the following traffic convictions in the previous 3 years:

  • Leaving the scene of an accident

  • Reckless driving

  • Fleeing or eluding a law enforcement officer

  • Speed contest or exhibition